According to Hong Kong media, Liao Qizhi unfortunately suffered from gastric cancer and currently needs to suspend work and be admitted to the hospital for treatment. He was once critically ill, and his friends in the circle shot videos to cheer him up. Fortunately, he survived the catastrophe and improved. During the interview, Liao Qizhi admitted that he was in poor health and was actively treating his illness, and he was confident that he could recover. It is reported that Liao Qizhi was diagnosed with stomach cancer last year, but in order not to disturb the people around him, he has been dealing with news of the illness in a low-key manner.
Liao Qizhi, an actor, is the most standard green leaf in the movie. Unlike Wu Mengda, Liao Qizhi has performed well. At the same time, he will never compete with the male lead, but at the same time he will not let the audience remember his role. Liao Qizhi’s performances generally don’t give a strong personality to the character. If you don’t talk about the works, the average audience basically can’t remember the movies he has acted in. Even “Slaying the Wolf”, which was followed by countless young people at the time, wouldn’t even think of him, if he didn’t say it. He always plays the role perfectly and serves the entire movie, but the audience just can’t remember him. From the 1980s to the present, Liao Qizhi has starred in countless movies and TVB dramas, which left the audience with a gold medal and green leaf image, but there is no obvious memory. The audience is really ruthless and has no personality to ignore. He has never experienced Wu Mengda’s supporting role explosion. Wu Mengda can be so busy that he can start three plays at the same time as Chow Yunfa, Andy Lau, and Stephen Chow in a day. Stomach cancer is sometimes found to be at an advanced stage. I hope this good actor, the good actor who runs through the childhood video room, will continue to persevere. If Hong Kong can’t cure it, come to the mainland to see that Hong Kong’s anti-cancer treatment is still incomparable with Beijing.