Christopher Lee is now a two-time Best Actor winner at the Golden Bell Awards, which is often referred to as Taiwan's answer to the Emmys.
The 50-year-old bagged the Best Actor in a Mini-series or Television Film award at the ceremony on Saturday (Oct 2) for his role in the HBO Asia drama Workers.
Chris' first Golden Bell win came in 2014, when he won the Best Actor In A Drama Series award for his role in the family drama, A Good Wife.
Unlike his first win, Chris couldn't be at the ceremony in person.
Instead, he attended the event virtually from a suite in the Marina Bay Sands hotel here in Singapore.