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Shirley Yeung Sze-ki, born 7 August 1978, is a Hong Kong actress under contract to the TVB television channel.
She was the winner of the 2001 Miss Hong Kong contest. She had been the favourite among audiences since the very beginning of the competition. She won 6 awards and she currently holds the record for the most awards won by Miss HK. Shirley Yeung participated in Miss Chinese International 2002, where she made the top 5.
Shirley Yeung at the Internet Movie Database
Sammi Cheng Sau-Man is a Hong Kong Cantopop singer and actress who has been successful in the Hong Kong music industry. Sammi has been called a diva and has been one of the most prominent female singers in Hong Kong since the 1990s. Her albums have sold more than 25 million copies through Asia-pacific. Most notably in the 1990s, she was dubbed by the media as the " Cantopop Queen".
Sammi Cheng breaks the record of having the most best sales albums and The Best Sales Local Female Vocalist awards in the Hong Kong Cantonpop industry since her debut. From 1993 to 2010, Sammi Cheng won a total of 12 Top Female Vocalist awards, 14 The Best Sales Local Female Vocalist Awards and has 7 albums that are The Best Sales Cantonese Release of year.
She had produced over 80 studio albums, 9 live concert albums, 97 singles (songs) with 27 cover songs, had received around 200 total awards from acting to singing, performed in over 20 films which many received box-office hit, starred in 7 TV dramas in early years, had held over 100 concerts up to date with over 12 concert tours. She is also being recognized as the leading Asian female singer brought in unique fashion to singing performance especially
Joyce Mina Godenzi (simplified Chinese: 高丽虹; traditional Chinese: 高麗虹; Mandarin Pinyin: Gāo Lìhóng; Jyutping: Gou1 Lai6 Hung4; born 1962) was the winner of Miss Hong Kong 1984 and is a former Hong Kong film actress.
Godenzi was encouraged to join the Miss Hong Kong pageant by her modeling agency, which had groomed one of its models, Maggie Cheung, to compete the year before. Heavily favored, she won the title, in addition to the Miss Photogenic award. After her unsurprising victory, many expected her to do well in Miss Universe 1984 in Miami, given her strong Caucasian features (her father is Australian and her mother is Chinese) and good height. She was unplaced eventually, but did win third prize in the national costume competition.
After her reign, Godenzi started a film career and was in several action films. She appeared in several films alongside kung fu film actor Sammo Hung before marrying him in 1995. She was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the 1988 Hong Kong Film Awards for her role in Eastern Condors. Godenzi has since retired from her acting.
Aarif Rahman (born on 26 February 1987), also known as Aarif Lee, is an actor and Cantopop singer from Hong Kong. After singing "普通朋友" (lit. "Only Friends") at a gathering, he was signed by Alvin Wang and Leon Lai of East Asia Record Production and became one of the new artists in 2009. Rahman also won "Best New Performer" at the 29th Hong Kong Film Awards in 2010, for his performance in Echoes of the Rainbow.
Rahman was born in Hong Kong, the youngest of three siblings. His father is of Malay-Arab-Cantonese ancestry, while his mom is a Hongkonger. His father owns a cleaning company, and they reside in Sai Kung. He grew up in Hong Kong and attended King George V School, of which he was the Head Boy from 2004-2005. He was also the classmate of Leslie Tam 譚焌釗 from Asian Millionstar 3. After graduating from KGV, he attended Imperial College London to study Physics for three years. Before entering University, he had already signed a contract with Amusic; however, he completed his education before returning to Hong Kong to become an artist of Amusic.
He first gained the interest of the Hong Kong music scene when he was exposed as the writer who penned all the lyrics in Janice Vidal's
Ron Ng Cheuk-hei (born in 2 September 1979) is a Hong Kong TVB actor, singer, professional dancer,and model.
Ron Ng was born on 2 September 1979. He was highly influenced by his sister’s love for dancing. Hence, he decided to take a risk and turn his hobbies into his career. In 1999, he enrolled into TVB’s 7th Entry Dancers Class.
Ron Ng graduated from TVB's "7th Entry" Dance Training Class in 1999 and "1st Entry" Artist Training Class in 2000. Officially becoming a TVB artist after signing a contract with the company in 2000, Ron has worked with TVB ever since.
In 2000, Ron’s actor career commenced as Louis Koo recommended him to enlist in the acting classes. After graduating from acting classes, he began his career in minor roles.
In his early years in entertainment industry, Ron's brilliant career as an actor and singer overshadowed by the mass numbers of newcomers that is common in the H.K celebrity industry.
After his transition from dancer to television actor in 2000, Ron was featured in minor roles until later. His breakout role was that of Issac in the 2003 TVB drama series "Triumph in the Skies", which gained him his popularity with the audience. Ron then won TVB's Most
Zhou Xun (born October 18, 1974) is a Chinese actress and singer. She is regarded as one of the "Four Young Dan actresses" in China (四小花旦) in the early 2000s, along with Zhang Ziyi, Xu Jinglei and Zhao Wei.
Zhou was born to a middle-class family. Her father, Zhou Tianning (Chinese: 周天宁; pinyin: Zhōu Tiānníng) was a local film projectionist and her mother, Chen Yiqin (Chinese: 陈以琴; pinyin: Chén Yǐqín) was a salesperson at a department store. Zhou later enrolled at the Zhejiang Arts Institute to further her interest in dramatic arts, against the wishes of her parents, who wanted her to graduate from a university. She was handpicked for a role in the film Strange Tales Amongst Old and Desolate Tombs during her teenage years in school.
Zhou gained international recognition for her roles in Lou Ye's Suzhou River (2000) and Dai Sijie's Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress (2002), winning the Best Actress Award for the former at the 15th Paris Film Festival. In 2002, she starred as Huang Rong, reuniting her with Kaixin Jiuhao television co-star Li Yapeng, who played Guo Jing, in the 2003 television series The Legend of the Condor Heroes. The series was one of the most watched ones in
Yoyo Chen (born 27 August 1981) is a Hong Kong actress.
Chen was given her first TVB role in 2004 in the Sunshine Heartbeat. After several minor roles, Yoyo began to receive bigger roles such as Tong Chi Man in The Brink of Law and Kawaii in Best Selling Secrets.
She finished secondary 7 and graduated from Po Kok Girls' Middle School, Happy Valley, Hong Kong.
She married Hong Kong actor Vincent Wong at 11:00 AM on 11 November 2011.
Wallace Chung Hon-leung (born 30 November 1974) is a Hong Kong actor and recording artist. Chung's first debut was in the 1993 Hong Kong TVB biographical television drama The Chord to Victory, portraying Kenny Bee, a member of The Wynners. In 1995, Chung moved to Taiwan to pursue a singing career under the guidance of record producer Samuel Tai, subsequently signing a contract with Music Impact.
Chung's successful debut with his 1995 dance album OREA dubbed him as Taiwan's "Little Sun." The eponymous title song quickly raced to #1, topping the charts for many weeks. In December 1995, Chung released his second album By Your Side (在你身邊), which earned him a title as Taiwan's Best Idol for two years in the row. Chung achieved further fame in Mainland China through his performances in popular television dramas and films.
Halina Tam, also known as May (Traditional Chinese: 譚小環 (Tam Siu Wan / Tan Xiao Huan), born 6 September 1972) is a model, singer and television actress. She is also best known for her role in Legend of the Demigods and The Gentle Crackdown with co-star Wayne Lai.
Tam was the winner of the Miss Hong Kong Pageant 1994. She went on to represent Hong Kong at the Miss Chinese International 1995 pageant where she placed in the top 5, resulting in a berth at Miss Universe 1995 where she placed 45th. She had a singing career with BMG (Hongkong) in 1997 and is now an actress with TVB in Hong Kong. She hosts Leisure and Pleasure and co-hosts Destiny and Beyond for the network.
Halina married her boyfriend Eric Choi in September, 2007.
Daniel Yin-Cho Wu (simplified Chinese: 吴彦祖; traditional Chinese: 吳彥祖; pinyin: Wú Yànzǔ; jyutping: Ng Yin Jou) (born 30 September 1974) is a Hong Kong actor, director and producer. Since his film debut in 1998, he has been featured in over 40 films. Wu has been called "the young Andy Lau," and is known as a "flexible and distinctive" leading actor in the Chinese-language film industry.
Wu was born in Berkeley, California, and raised in Orinda, California. His parents were immigrants from Shanghai, China. Wu developed an interest in martial arts when he saw Jet Li in The Shaolin Temple, and consequently began studying the form known as wushu at age 11. His childhood role model was Jackie Chan, a man who now considers Wu "like a son." Wu attended the Head-Royce School in Oakland, California and later majored in architecture at the University of Oregon. While there, he founded the University of Oregon Wushu club in 1994 and served as the team's first coach. During this time, Wu also took film classes and frequented local theaters, and came to enjoy the works of filmmakers like Akira Kurosawa and Luc Besson, who he describes as "men of vision." Following graduation, Wu traveled in 1997
Leo Ku Kui Kei is a famous China and Hong Kong artist, Cantonese and Mandarin pop singer, actor, host, cartoonist, MV Director and Producer, and designer; he is one of the highest visibility and Greater China Pop Male Artist, a major figure in popular music culture. Leo had earned the "Ten Outstanding Young Persons of Hong Kong" in 2005, one of the few artists to receive this award.
In May 2009, Leo joined Emperor Entertainment Group (EEG), during the contracting process EEG made him appeared as an emperor ascended the throne, the implication for the music of your Leo King. The conference also presented eight key accomplishments / achievements of Leo Ku:
Leo joined the Hong Kong entertainment industry in 1991, into the music career since 1994, he has released over 35 albums and estimated that he has won nearly 300 male singer and music awards, major awards such as:
In addition to Leo's career in Hong Kong, he in 2000 to 2003 he played the male lead in 2 very popular TV series in China, namely "Romance in the Rain" and "My Fair Princess Three ‧ heaven on earth. " In his "Romance in the Rain" play as the first actor, "He Shuhuan", popular all over China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore,
Koni Lui (呂慧儀) (born 3 September 1982, Hong Kong) also known as Koni Lui Wai Yee is a model and 2nd runner up at the Miss Hong Kong 2006 pageant. She represented Hong Kong at Miss International 2006 in Tokyo, Japan and Beijing, China. She received 2 awards, Most Beautiful Smile and the Miss Friendship award. She continued the friendly streak as Hong Kong had won four Miss Friendship titles (1981, 2002, 2004, and 2005). With her win, Hong Kong is tied with Japan as the only nations at Miss International to win more than 4 Miss Friendships and at any international pageant.
Prior to Miss Hong Kong 2006, Koni Lui had also competed in the 2001 Elite Look of the Year HK contest, finishing 2nd and winning the Photogenic prize (Miss Hong Kong 2005 Tracy Ip was in the competition too but failed to win anything).
Lui played a pregnant woman who had a miscarriage in the horror film Womb Ghosts that was released on March 18, 2010.
Shawn Yue (born 13 November 1981) is a Hong Kong actor and singer. A former model, he has starred in many films such as Jiang Hu and Infernal Affairs II and has established himself as a recognized face in Hong Kong cinema.
Branded as the next "Nicholas Tse", Yue was born and raised in Hong Kong, with roots in Taishan, Guangdong. He has a dog and a gold fish. Spotted at an early age on the streets of Hong Kong by agents of the famous Hong Kong modelling agency Starz People and began his modelling on a part time basis. Once he graduated from Form 6, he immediately endulged into full-time modeling. He has since modeled for Giordano, Sony, Timberland, Gillette, Meko and is currently a spokesmodel for Shiseido Pureness and Coca-Cola China.
Being a full time model for several years, Yue turned his career and headed for the HK entertainment industry. From there, he starred in several movies and gained fame from his first role in Leaving Sorrowly (2001). 2005 was also a great year for Yue who portrayed Takeshi Nakazato in the film Initial D. According to the latest media release, Yue only appeared for less than half an hour in the film. However, despite the short appearance, his portrayal
Gigi Leung Wing-kei (born March 25, 1976) is a Hong Kong Cantopop singer and actress.
Given the name Leung Bik-Zi (梁碧芝) at birth, at the age of 7 her mother changed her name changed to 'Wing-Kei' for superstitious reasons; as a child, Leung suffered from frequent asthma attacks and it was believed a change of name would bring better health. At 176 cm, Leung earned the nickname of 'Tall Girl'. She has a twin brother named Keith Leung (Leung Wing-Chun, 梁詠俊).
Gigi Leung attended Maryknoll Convent School. Later, she went to the Hong Kong Polytechnic University where she gained a diploma from the School of Design. It was during her study at university that she accepted a modelling assignment from the watch company City Chain and caught the attention of film director Lee Chi-Ngai who cast her in her very first movie, Doctor Mack (1995). The success of the movie brought her a further role in Full Throttle (1995), shot while she was finishing her diploma. For her supporting role in the film, Leung received a nomination for Best Newcomer at the 1995 Hong Kong Film Awards.
Her singing career began the following year with the debut album Love Myself (1996). Since then, she has sung both
Carl Ng (吳嘉龍, born March 27, 1976) is a Hong Kong actor and model. He is the son of Richard Ng.
The third of four children, Ng was born in Hong Kong and is of mixed ethnicity. His father is comedy actor Richard Ng, while his mother, a British woman, worked as a hair stylist for Bruce Lee in the 1970s. At the age of 12, he moved with his family to live in England, where he would remain for the next thirteen years. As a child he had no desire to become an actor like his father, but while studying global corporate strategy at the University of Westminster he began attending evening drama classes at the Tony Grecos Acting Studio.
After graduating, Ng took up acting full time, working as a waiter or cook in various restaurants until he started gaining roles in West End and Off West End plays. However, he became dissatisfied with the work he was getting, saying: "I was seen as neither Asian nor Caucasian. Either that or I'm cast in stereotyped roles." In 2002, Ng took a six-month break from acting, working as a scuba diving instructor in Thailand. He then moved back to Hong Kong, where he again waited on tables before landing a number of prominent modelling jobs, featuring in
Ian Iskandar Gouw (traditional Chinese: 吳澋滔; simplified Chinese: 吴澋滔; pinyin: Wú Jĭngtāo; Cantonese Yale: Ng King-to) (born 9 April 1997 in Hong Kong) is a Hong Kong actor and model.
Ian is the son of Togi Gouw (Wu Zhongyi), an ethnic Chinese originally from Indonesia who is now a citizen of Holland, and Hong Kong actress Michelle Szema. He attends middle school at the British School of Beijing, previously attending in Hong Kong International School. He currently studies graphic design, drama, economics, english, mandrin, mathematics, science and PE. He speaks Mandarin, English and Cantonese. He has a younger brother Brian (Wu Jingyao). He is currently single but has been known to have numerous relationships in the past.
Ian won a Golden Horse award at the age of 9. He is the youngest actor ever to win a Golden Horse award at the Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival. He also won a Hong Kong Film Festival award (HK Academy Award) for his debut film, Fu zi.
He is also a model for DKNY Children's Clothing as well as for Disney Clothing. In the fall of 2009, Gouw voiced the Cantonese version of Astro Boy.
He is currently single
Janice Man (born December 29, 1988) is a fashion model and actress from Hong Kong.
She played one of the four main characters in the 2009 film Basic Love along with Elanne Kong, Rex Ho (何浚尉), and Izz Xu (徐正曦); she reportedly became good friends with Kong during the course of the filming.
She was friends with fellow fashion model Angelababy; in October 2008, media reports suggested that they had broken off their friendship due to conflicts and also Angelababy's rising stardom, but Man denied this, and claimed that rumours were being stirred up by management companies in an effort to generate news coverage.
Man began dating her current boyfriend in 2007. In May 2010, she was seen visiting a bridal shop with her boyfriend, leading to rumours that she would soon marry.
Kenny Kwan Chi-Bun (born December 30, 1980) is a Hong Kong singer-songwriter and actor, under the music label Emperor Entertainment Group. He was born in the Philippines, but grew up in Hong Kong.
At age 20, he and his friend, Steven Cheung were created as members of Boy'z, which is now known as Sun Boy'z.
In 2005, Kenny was asked to leave Boy'z so he could pursue his career as a solo artist. He has since released three albums (July 2005, December 2005, and July 2006) called "Oncoming", "Musick", and "Mie Wo Sagashite", respectively. On 13 July 2006, Kenny released his newest album called "Mie Wo Sagashite" with a 160-page photo book.
In 2007, Kenny was a guest at the SUCCESS Gala in Vancouver, where he performed and fundraised money for the organization. Kenny was also featured in Sun Boy'z' new song, 3+1=1 in their second album All For 1. This marks their first collaboration since he left the group.
Kenny has just released his fifth solo album called "Kenny's Essentials" and is currently promoting his new album.
Elvis Tsui (born 13 October 1961 in Mudanjiang, Heilongjiang, China), also known as Tsui Kam-kong, is a Hong Kong-based Chinese film and television actor.
Tsui graduated from the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts with a degree in arts. He was also a student of the artist Guan Shanyue. In 1982, Tsui went to Hong Kong to expand his career as an artist, photographer, model and nightclub singer.
In 1987, Tsui met film director Johnny Mak, who invited him to act in Long Arm of the Law II. Tsui was often cast as the antagonist or villain in most of the films and television series he acted in, because of his fierce looks. Tsui has also acted in Hong Kong erotic films (Category III), such as the Sex and Zen series and Viva Erotica (1996), which earned him a Best Support Actor nomination at the 16th Hong Kong Film Awards. Tsui has ventured into the Chinese mainland film industry in recent times and currently works with film director Wong Jing.
Hoyan Mok (莫可欣)，was the winner of the 1993 Miss Hong Kong Pageant and a TVB Hong Kong actress. She beat Kenix Kwok, who was considered a favourite to win, having won two side awards including Media's Favourite and Potential Artist. She is Alex Fong Chung-Sun (方中信)'s wife, and has a daughter named Ka Ching. As Miss Hong Kong, she also competed at the 1994 Miss Universe pageant. She placed 45th at the pageant, same as her successor Halina Tam. Mok also competed at the Miss Chinese International 1994 pageant where she made the top 10 only, becoming the first Miss Hong Kong to not place in the top 3.
Theresa Fu Wing (born 22 September 1984) is a Hong Kong Cantopop singer, film and television actress, and model.
Fu was introduced by Talent Bang model agency in order to become a pop star. She started her career in 2002 as one of the members of Cookies, the group disbanded in 2005.
In 2005 she recorded a duet "自欺欺人" with Alex Fong. In 2006, she published a book with her personal drawings, stories and views on love. She is also good friends with her ex-bandmate, Stephy Tang.
In 2008, Fu performed at the S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Charity Gala at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada with many other artists.
On 30 May 2008, Fu appeared as a special guest for Leo Ku's The Magic Moments Concert in Toronto to a crowd of 10,000 people at Rogers Centre.
Belinda Hamnett (Chinese: 韓君婷; Cantonese: Hon Kwun-Ting) born 28 September 1975 in Hong Kong is an actress, model and ex-beauty queen. Being crowned Miss Asia Pageant 1997 effectively launched her career in the fashion and entertainment industry. The model turned Hong Kong film actress currently lives in Hong Kong.
Belinda Hamnett spent her childhood and teenage years in Singapore where her father was stationed. Home back then was in Changi (the eastern part of Singapore) where she studied at the Changkat Changi Secondary School. On Sundays, Hamnett's mother would drive her to St Hilda's Church, an Anglican church located in Ceylon Road where she used to attend Sunday school.
Hamnett was very well liked in school and in church. In her early teens, she aspired to be a famous model. Nobody expected the then chubby teenager to gather up the courage to participate in the Miss Asia Pageant held in Hong Kong. The Miss Asia Pageant (Traditional Chinese: 亞洲小姐競選) is organized by the Asia Television Limited (ATV, a broadcast company in Hong Kong). Not only did she stand out amongst all the other participants from the Asian countries, she also bagged the coveted title of Miss Asia 1997 that
Duncan Chow (Chinese: 周群達; born Duncan Lai (黎登勤), September 19, 1978) is a Hong Kong-born actor who is popular in Taiwan. Originally he was a professional windsurfer and a fashion show model, but chose acting as a career in 2001. He is the cousin of former Hong Kong olympian Lee Lai Shan.
He began his acting career from a young age as the adolescent version of Bruce Lee in a Bruce Lee tribute film called Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story in 1993, and gained minor recognition from appearances on Taiwanese TV ( He was 14 when he was offered the part). Later, he starred in Formula 17 and Seven Swords.
Faye Wong (Chinese: 王菲, pinyin: Wáng Fēi) (born August 8, 1969) is a highly successful and influential Chinese singer-songwriter and actress who is usually referred to as a diva (Chinese: 天后; literally "Heavenly Queen"). Early in her career she briefly used the stage name Shirley Wong (王靖雯). Born in Beijing, she moved to Hong Kong in 1987 and rose to stardom in the early 1990s by singing ballads in Cantonese. Since 1995 she has recorded mostly in her native Mandarin, often combining alternative music with mainstream Chinese pop. In 2000 she was recognized by Guinness World Records as the Best Selling Canto-Pop Female. Following her second marriage in 2005 she withdrew from the limelight, but returned to the stage in 2010 amidst immense interest in the Sinosphere.
Although her music is quite individualized, Faye Wong is famously reserved in public, and has become a cultural icon of "cool". Hugely popular in Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia, she has also gained a large following in Japan and is to date the only C-pop artist to have performed 4 times in Tokyo's Budokan. In the West she is best known for starring in Wong Kar-wai's films Chungking Express (for
Flora Chan Wai-Shan was born in 30 May 1970 in Hong Kong. She is a Hong Kong television and film actress.
Chan was born in Hong Kong and emigrated to Boston, Massachusetts at a young age. As a child, she had hoped to become a dancer, but because of an injury when she was a teenager, she was forced to abandon her dreams as a professional dancer. She attended Boston College and earned a degree in journalism before returning to Hong Kong in the early 1990s with her then-husband, Chung Wai Ming. She and her husband divorced in 2000. Chan married her manager Mike Chung Ka-Hung (鐘家鴻).
Rather than getting her start from modeling or a beauty pageant, the Miss Hong Kong Pageant, (香港小姐競選) which provides actresses for HK's television station, TVB, Chan was a reporter for the TVB English Channel - TVB Pearl. In the mid-1990s, television director Teng Dak-Hei asked her to participate in his upcoming series, the fifth installment to the popular TVB drama series, File of Justice.
Chan's performance in this series about young, yuppie lawyers caught the attention of the HK audience—and TVB. She signed on as a TVB actress and has since made other series, most notably Untraceable Evidence, playing
Suki Chui Suk-Man (traditional Chinese: 徐淑敏) (born 22 September 1984) is an actress in Hong Kong under TVB. She participated in Miss Hong Kong Pageant 2006 and was awarded with the Tourism Ambassador Award. She married Kenny Wee on November 15, 2009.
Gillian Chung (born 21 January 1981) is a Hong Kong singer and actress. She is a member of Cantopop group Twins, along with Charlene Choi.
Chung was born in Hong Kong as Chung Dik-saan (traditional Chinese: 鍾狄珊; simplified Chinese: 钟狄珊; Mandarin Pinyin: Zhōng Díshān; Jyutping: Zung1 Dik6-saan1). It was later changed since the Chinese character Dik (狄) was believed to be too strong. When she was 2, her family renamed her Chung Ka-lai (traditional Chinese: 鍾嘉勵; simplified Chinese: 钟嘉励; Mandarin Pinyin: Zhōng Jiālì; Jyutping: Zung1 Gaa1-lai6). Her father died when she was one year old. She initially grew up in a single parent family until her mother remarried when Chung was in high school. Chung graduated from Kowloon True Light Middle School and briefly attended the William Angliss Institute of TAFE in Melbourne, Australia. She was given the English name "Gillian" while in high school.
In 2000, Chung was contacted by one of the model agencies she worked part-time with when she was in Hong Kong. She was offered a job opportunity by Emperor Entertainment Group (EEG), which she accepted in that year. She became a contracted artist and underwent training before making her debut. She was
Monica Chan Fat-Yung (Chinese: 陳法蓉) (born 28 October 1967) is a Hong Kong actress/model. She won the Miss Hong Kong 1989 pageant.
Before her acting days, Chan graduated from a high school in Canada & attended the University of Hawaii. Before she finished her bachelor degree, she returned to Hong Kong to enter the Miss Hong Kong Pageant.
Monica was signed to TVB after she won the Miss HK beauty pageant. She went on to compete in the Miss Chinese International 1989 where she finished as 1st runner up. She also took part in the international beauty pageant, Miss Universe 1990 where she finished 23rd. After nearly ten years with TVB, she left TVB and joined ATV. She has worked with some popular actors and actresses like Dicky Cheung, Ruby Lin and Anthony Wong. Her last role was in 2005 in Tian Xia Di Yi (aka Number One in the World / World's Finest). In the recent years, Monica is less involved with the entertainment industry. While occasionally spotted in award shows and promoting various products as a spokesperson, she hasn't been featured in any HK dramas or movies for several years.
Eddie Li (, b. March 30 1979) is a Hong Kong model and actor.
He made his first appearance in Hearts Of Fencing on TVB in 2003, in which he played a rich kid who thought he was all that because he had so much money, a character that resembles (or probably based on) Tsukasa Domyoji (Dao Ming Si) in Hana Yori Dango (Meteor Garden). In Hearts Of Fencing, his character had a crush on Race Wong, but throughout the series his character changes and he ends up in a couple with Natalie Tong.
Name: Eddie Li Yu Yeung
Birthdate: March 30, 1979
Birth place: Hong Kong
Blood type: O
Weight: 155 lbs
Spoken Languages: Cantonese, Mandarin, Taiwanese, English
Job before entering showbiz, banker, model
Simon Yam Tat-Wah, born 19 March 1955, is a Hong Kong actor and film producer.
The son of a former police officer of Shangdong heritage, his father was a Hong Kong Royal Police ship captain who was murdered by his colleague.
Yam's career began as a male supermodel, before he turned to acting in the mid 1970s. He then signed with TVB, starring and co-starring in a number of TV series prior to "apply his trades" in the movies in 1987. His elder brother is retired Deputy Commissioner of Hong Kong Police Yam Tak-Wing.
In 1989, he starred in the Japanese-Hong Kong co-production of Bloodfight. This was the first of its kind in which English was spoken throughout the entire film. In 1992, Yam gained critical acclaim for his role as the maniacal Judge in Full Contact, where he faced off in a bloody battle against Chow Yun-fat. In 1993, he starred as "Dhalsim" in Future Cops, Wong Jing's Hong Kong parody of Street Fighter. In 1996, Simon began his role as Chiang Tin-Sung, the leader of the Hung Hing triads in the first 3 installments of Young and Dangerous.
In 2000, Yam starred as the king of vampires in ATV's television series My Date with a Vampire 2. In 2003, Yam made his American film
Stephen Fung Tak-Lun (Chinese: 馮德倫, Pinyin: Féng Dé Lún, Cantonese: Fung Tak Lun) (born August 9, 1974) is a Hong Kong based actor, singer, model, writer and film director.
Fung's mother, Julie Sek Yin, was a famous Shaw Brothers actress. Partially raised in the United States, Fung made his acting debut in the 1990 film Forbidden Nights, playing the childhood version of the male lead (Robin Shou). Fung attended the University of Michigan where he earned his degree in graphic design. In the mid 1990s, he returned to Hong Kong where he would form the band Dry with Mark Lui. He would continue his acting career in Hong Kong, with successful films like Gen-X Cops and its sequel Gen-Y Cops. In 1999 Fung released his solo album, Not Enough Love. In 2004 Fung made his directorial debut with Enter the Phoenix and later directed a second film, House of Fury, in 2005.
Ai Bu Gou/Love Not Enough (Album) (1999)
Gen-X Cops (Soundtrack) (1999)
4 Green Hopes (EP) (2000)
Athena Chu (born 25 October 1971) is a Hong Kong actress and singer.
Chu attended The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts from 1990 to 1992, during which time she hosted children's shows on the television station TVB. After graduating in 1992, she started working on films. Her roles with Chow kick-started her film career, and she is considered one of the Sing girls. Later, she moved on to work on television dramas produced by TVB.
After leaving TVB, Chu worked as a model and continued acting in films during the 1990s. In 2000, she started working on Mainland Chinese and Taiwanese television series.
Cecilia Cissy Wang (Chinese: 汪詩詩 born 1981)
- was the winner of the Miss Chinese Toronto in 2000 as well as Miss Perfect Figure and Miss Vitality.
- Resides in Hong Kong.
- Married martial arts International Action Star Donnie Yen in 2003. They have a daughter (Jasmine) and son (James).
- Her family is in the Jewelry/Diamonds business.
- She can speak 6 languages: English, Shanghainese, Mandarin, Cantonese, French and Spanish.
- She is a level 10 pianist.
- She loves dancing, red wine, fashion, cooking, jewelry, being a mother, wife and doing charity.
- 2009 went to Sichuan for earthquake charity
- 2009 designed a set of jewelry, part profits went to Sichuan charity.
- She is a socialite in Asia
- She attends many charities, fashion shows, events
- Her younger sister is Irene Wang (汪圓圓), who had previously acted in Donnie Yen's Flash Point.
Connie Chiu (born 1969) was the world's first albinistic fashion model.
Chiu was born in Hong Kong to a Chinese family. Like many people with albinism, she has to protect her photosensitive eyes and skin from the sunlight. As a result, her family moved to Sweden when she was seven.
Connie Chiu was first introduced to modeling when her sister asked her to become a model at one of her final shows. At age 25, Chiu began modeling for fashion photographers such as Terry Richardson, Paul Burley, Heidi Niemala, and Morten Smidt. Chiu later studied journalism.
Chiu starred in the music video for the single "Stalker" by Recoil, the solo project of Depeche Mode member Alan Wilder.
Rosemary, real name Rosemary Vandenbroucke, Chinese name 虹萱 hóng xuān, (b. 1982) is a French-born Hong Kong singer. At 14 she won the second Elite Model Look contest, and in 1998 became model for the Yves Saint Laurent brand. Her debut album in 2006 is in English, but includes Mandarin versions of two singles, "In my dreams" and "I didn't know", and a Cantonese version of a third, "Tonight."
In 2011, Rosemary has starred in a Singaporean TV musical drama called The Kitchen Musical. The series premiered on 21 October 2011 and has been broadcasted in 19 countries across Southeast Asia and Europe.
Rosemary was arrested on felony drug charges after crashing a motor home into Reno's "biggest little city" sign.
Michele Monique Reis (Chinese: 李嘉欣; born 20 June 1970) was a Hong Kong actress.
Reis was born in Macau which was then a Portuguese colony. Reis is of mixed ancestry as her father is Portuguese and her mother is Cantonese. So, she can be considered as a macanese. Reis attended Maryknoll Convent School, and matriculated from St. Paul's Secondary School.
Reis started modelling at the age of 14. She first came to fame when she won the 1988 Miss Hong Kong Pageant at the age of 18. Reis was also the first Miss Chinese International in the same year. Following her Miss Chinese International crowning, she went on to participate in the Miss World 1988 pageant, where she promoted the image of Hong Kong. She was then supposed to compete in the Miss Universe 1989 pageant but withdrew due to health problems.
Reis started to build a career within the entertainment industry in the 1990s. She starred in commercials eventually leading to movies. She has also appeared in music videos and TVB television episodes.
Previously Reis had a well-known and long-term relationship with tycoon Joseph Lau,and it's said that she led to Lau's divorce. Reis married business tycoon Julian Hui on 23 November 2008,
Roy Cheung Yiu-Yeung (Chinese: 張耀揚; pinyin: Zhāng Yàoyáng; born 20 July 1963 in Hong Kong) is a Hong Kong-based actor, best known on-screen for his roles as Triad gangsters in a number of films.
As a child, Cheung idolized kung-fu legend Bruce Lee but never seriously considered a career in acting.
Starting out as a model, Cheung turned to acting when director Yeung Fan cast him in his 1986 film Lost Romance and the first of his many roles portraying a villain followed in the acclaimed director Ringo Lam's 1987 City on Fire.
In 1996, Cheung appeared in the 3rd, 4th and 6th installments of the Young and Dangerous series. Roles that heralded the beginning of a long working relationship with director/cinematographer Andrew Lau.
Recently, Cheung has appeared in a number of Andrew Lau's films, most notably in the second installment of the internationally acclaimed Infernal Affairs trilogy, and in the 1998 The Storm Riders, in which Cheung broke free of his standard villainous self altogether and portrayed a Shaolin monk.