Ng Ka Leung joined the HKRep in 2014. Early in his career, he was a child actor in the HKRep’s Six Characters in Search of an Author. Recent productions include A Dream Like a Dream, An Unjust Good Fellow,Three Impaired Monkeys, The Diary of Song, In Times of Turmoil and Field of Dreams 2017 LIVE+. He also served as Assistant Director for A Dream Like a Dream, Le Père (Re-run) and Pride.
A former company member of the Chung Ying Theatre (2008–2012), he has also collaborated with many other groups, specialising in playing multiple roles (male, female, old and young) within a production, such as Dying Young (Spring-Time Theatre) and La Luna (co-production of the Chung Ying Theatre and Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra). Ng’s performances in Chung Ying Theatre’s Freshly Frozen School and Cinematic Theatre’s Oh My Goddess! were nominated for the Hong Kong Drama Award’s Best Supporting Actor (Tragedy/Drama) and Best Supporting Actor (Comedy/Farce) respectively. In 2017, he was nominated as Outstanding Actor at the 9th Hong Kong Theatre Libre, for his performance in An Unjust Good Fellow. In 2019, he was awarded Best Actor (tragedy / Drama) and Best Supporting Actor (tragedy / Drama)for his performance in Three Impaired Monkeys and An Unjust Good Fellow (Re-run) respectively.
Ng has ventured into other performance arts, including physical theatre, and mask and puppet plays. He starred as Gregor Samsa in Theatre du pif’s Metamorphosis and joined Ming Ri Theatre Company, in collaboration with Taiwan’s Song Song Song Children’s & Puppet Theatre and Guangdong Puppet Troupe, as director and leading cast in a series of cultural exchanges among mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. In addition to appearing on stage, Ng has also been involved in scriptwriting, directing and theatre education. He is the teacher for HKRep’s Solo Performance Masterclass and Open University Hong Kong x HKRep’s Professional Certificate in Stage Performance. He designed and organised “Stepping on Stage”, the first theatre educational programme of Spring-Time Theatre. As director, his recent works included multiple productions for Theatre Farmer’s “Teatro Forum” and Think Big Theatre’s Colour. He also participated in All Fools, a work written, performed and directed by Chung Ying Theatre’s company members.
Ng graduated with a BFA degree from the School of Drama, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in acting.