Ruco Chan shocked about Steven Ma -- and reveals his own health problems

24 March 2014 / 2 years 7 months ago

Ruco Chan (陳展鵬) is currently actively promoting his TVB drama Ruse of Engagement <叛逃>, an action crime drama series that also stars Ron Ng (吳卓羲), Aimee Chan (陳茵媺), and Yoyo Mung (蒙嘉慧), who left TVB earlier this year.

As the filming of Ruse of Engagement was already completed by September 2011, rumors claimed that Yoyo’s leave from TVB was the reason for why the drama stayed in the warehouse for three years, reports Jayne Stars.

In a radio interview, Ruco clarified, “I don’t think it was because of Yoyo. There are many actors in the series, and the company uses a lot of resources to produce on drama. They would not warehouse it for that reason. I don’t think [Yoyo’s leave] would have such a huge impact. There are many actors who have left and their dramas still get broadcast.”

Mentioning that Ruco’s Ghost Writer <蒲松龄> costar, Steven Ma (馬浚偉), was recently hospitalized for high blood pressure, Ruco looked and shocked and said, “What? I didn’t know! He’s so skinny and still has super high blood pressure? We really need to look out for our health. Hemorrhage strokes can get really messy and serious.”

Confirming that Steven has been discharged from the hospital, Ruco sighed with relief. “It’s good to know that he’s okay now. I will send him a message.”

Ruco confessed that he has also been experiencing some health problems himself.

He said he would always go for body checkups every year, and revealed, “In the past two to three years, I filmed dramas nonstop. There were often times in which I’d be scared that I wouldn’t be able to handle it.

"I went for my checkup and it was discovered that my liver enzyme levels were elevated. It’s pretty dangerous and I was at a high risk for hepatitis, but I’ve taken medication to control it.”

The gallery shows photos of Ruco and Linda Chung, who he has been linked to.

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