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Miriam Yeung (born 3 February 1974) is a Hong Kong actress and singer. Before entering the entertainment business, she was a registered nurse at the Princess Margaret Hospital in Hong Kong. She studied at the Holy Family Canossian College Kowloon. She began her career as a singer and actress after coming third in the TVB 14th annual New Talent Singing Awards competition in 1995.[2] In 2012, Yeung won the Best Actress Award at the 32nd Hong Kong Film Awards for Love in the Buff.[3] In 2005, she was elected one of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons of Hong Kong.[4]

Miriam Yeung
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Miriam Yeung in 2007
Background information
Chinese name 楊千嬅 (traditional)
Chinese name 杨千嬅 (simplified)
Born (1974-02-03) 3 February 1974 (age 44)
British Hong Kong
Other names Yeung Chin-wah
Occupation Singer, actress
Years active 1995–present
Genre(s) Cantopop, Mandopop
Instrument(s) Singing, piano, guitar
Voice type(s) Alto
Label(s) Capital Artists (1996-2001, 2010-2012)
Cinepoly Records (2001-2003)
Gold Label (2003-2006)
Amusic (2007-2010)
Media Asia Music (2012-present)
Spouse(s)
Real Ting (m. 2009)
[1]
Children 1
Ancestry Chaozhou, Guangdong, China
Website www.miriamyeung.com.hk
Awards
Hong Kong Film Awards
Best Actress
2012 Love in the Buff
Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards
Best Actress
2010 Perfect Wedding
New Talent Singing Awards
1995 First Runner-up
Other awards
Full list

Contents

CareerEdit

MusicEdit

Yeung has released more than 40 albums in Cantonese and Mandarin. Many of her songs have been mainstream hits and award winners, such as "Maiden's Prayer"(少女的祈禱), "Sisters"(姊妹), "Unfortunately I'm an Aquarius"(可惜我是水瓶座) and "Small City, Big Things" (小城大事).

She also performed a Cantonese version of It's A Small World, at the opening of It's A Small World at the Hong Kong Disneyland theme park in 2008.

ActingEdit

As an actress, Yeung has appeared in over 30 films with a total box office of around US$50 million worldwide, and had voice roles in three Korean and Thai movies. She won the Most Popular Artiste Award at Italy's Udine Far East Film Festival in 2002.

Her notable works include Sound of Colors , Drink, Drank, Drunk , Hooked on You , Perfect Wedding , Love in a Puff and Love in the Buff.[5][6]

In 2011, Yeung won her first Best Actress award for Perfect Wedding at the 17th Hong Kong Film Critics Society Award. In 2013 she won another Best Actress award for Love in the Buff at the 32nd Hong Kong Film Awards.[7]

Yeung is set to appear in TVB series Wonder Women, slated to air in 2018. It will be her first small screen appearance in 8 years.

Other workEdit

Yeung is also involved in literature and drawing. She published “Miriam experience of school entry” in 1998, which encompasses short passages about her reflections on life, travel journals, and sharing with friends. In 1997, she made her first attempt to write her own lyrics to a song named “The Writing is on the Wall” ("字跡").


Personal lifeEdit

In 2007, Yeung began dating ex-VRF member Real Ting Chi-ko. The couple married on 11 August 2009 in Las Vegas. After returning to Hong Kong, the couple held two wedding banquets in the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Wan Chai on 20 December 2010 and in L'hotel Island South in Aberdeen on 24 December 2010, inviting over 500 guests. She gave birth to their first child, a son named Torres "RMB" Ting, on 5 June 2012.[8]

In early 2013, Yeung was admitted to hospital for emergency surgery after an asthma attack.[9]

DiscographyEdit

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year English title Original title Role Notes
1998 Rumble Ages 烈火青春1998 Wing
1998 The Group 全職大盜 Coco
2001 Dummy Mommy, Without a Baby 玉女添丁 LK Fong
2001 Feel 100% II 百分百感覺2 Hui Fun
2002 Love Undercover 新紮師妹 LK Fong
2002 Frugal Game 慳錢家族 Wai Chin-wah
2002 Dry Wood Fierce Fire 乾柴烈火 Alice Tsui
2003 Dragon Loaded 2003 龍咁威2003 Yip Coo-hung Cameo
2003 Love Undercover 2: Love Mission 新紮師妹2 / 新紮師妹2美麗任務 LK Fong
2003 My Lucky Star 行運超人 Yip Ku-hung / Scholar Yip Ku-shing
2003 Anna in Kung-Fu Land 安娜與武林 Anna Shek alternative title: Anna & Wulin
2003 Sound of Colors 地下鐵 Cheung Hoi-yeuk
2004 A Disguised Superstar 冒牌天皇 Reporter
2004 Three... Extremes 三更2 Li Qing Segment: "Dumplings"
2004 Dumplings 餃子 Li Qing
2004 Three of a Kind 煎釀三寶 Sophia
2004 My Sweetie 甜絲絲 Ms Daughter Cameo
2004 Elixir of Love 花好月圓 Heung / Princess
2005 Drink, Drank, Drunk 千杯不醉 Fung Siu-min
2006 2 Become 1 天生一對 Bingo Leung
2006 The Heavenly Kings 四大天王 Herself Cameo
2007 Hooked on You 每當變幻時 Miu
2010 Here Comes Fortune 財緣萬歲 Office lady alternative title: Fortune King Is Coming to Town!
2010 Love in a Puff 志明與春嬌 Cherie Yu
2010 Perfect Wedding 抱抱俏佳人 Yan
2011 The Sorcerer and the White Snake 白蛇傳說 Rabbit Devil Cameo
2011 Summer Love Love 戀夏戀夏戀戀下 / 夏日戀神馬 Cameo
2011 The Founding of a Party 建黨偉業 Young Hong Kong woman
  • alternative title: Beginning of the Great Revival
  • Cameo
2012 Love in the Buff 春嬌與志明 Cherie alternative title: Love in a Puff 2
2012 Vulgaria 低俗喜劇 Miss Leung Cameo
2014 Aberdeen 香港仔 Cheng Wai-ching
2014 Don't Go Breaking My Heart 2 單身男女2 Yang Yang Yang
2014 Hello Babies 六福喜事 Cherry Cameo
2014 Break Up 100 分手100次 Cameo
2015 Little Big Master 五個小孩的校長 Lui Wai-hung
2015 She Remembers, He Forgets 哪一天我們會飛 Yu Fung-chi (adult)
2016 Girl of the Big House 寶貝當家 / 小鬼當家 Nina
2017 Love Off the Cuff 春嬌救志明 Cherie Yu
2017 Agent Mr. Chan 棟篤特工 LK Fong Cameo

Television seriesEdit

Year English title Original title Role Notes
1997 The Disappearance 隱形怪傑 Saan Saan
1998 A Recipe for the Heart 美味天王 Yao Ka-ka
1998 Moments of Endearment 外父唔怕做 Chung Lok-yee
1999 Man's Best Friend 寵物情緣 Dau Dau Voice
2001 A Taste Of Love 美味情緣 Chou Bo-time
2003 Hearts of Fencing 當四葉草碰上劍尖時 Cameo
2006 Stephen's Diary 老馮日記 Cameo
2006 Twist Love 讓愛自由 A-chun
2007 Love At First Fight 武十郎 Wu Shi-lang
2007 Colours of Love 森之愛情 Nicole
2009 ICAC Investigators 2009 廉政行動2009 ICAC investigator Yeung Mei-kei
2009 The Bronze Teeth IV 鐵齒銅牙紀曉嵐4 Qianqian

Awards and nominationsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Miriam Yeung and Real Ting secretly married; Real admits, Miriam avoids
  2. ^ Xinhua News. Interview with Miriam Yeung. 18 April 2005. Retrieved 23 July 2007.
  3. ^ "List of Nominees and Awardees of The 32nd Hong Kong Film Awards". Hong Kong Film Awards. Retrieved 9 March 2018.
  4. ^ Junior Chamber International Hong Kong. "Past HK TOYP Awardees". Retrieved 9 March 2018.
  5. ^ "Miriam Yeung". imdb.com. Retrieved 5 April 2010.
  6. ^ "Miriam Yeung". chinesemov.com. Retrieved 5 April 2010.
  7. ^ "32nd Hong Kong Film Awards 2013". HK Neo Reviews. Retrieved 2013-04-14.
  8. ^ "Miriam Yeung's dragon baby Torres is born". Yahoo! HK News (in Chinese). 2012-06-07. Retrieved 2012-06-10.
  9. ^ http://sg.entertainment.yahoo.com/news/miriam-yeung-undergoes-surgery-063100834.html;_ylt=AlVOdOOU6SLY2OE4FqkXhG7t4Ot_;_ylu=X3oDMTNkdHRpa2diBG1pdAMEcGtnAzE3ODZlMDRhLTg2OGUtM2E4ZS1hZjZjLTNiZGJiYjk3M2EwYwRwb3MDNARzZWMDbG5fQXNpYW5fZ2FsBHZlcgMyNmYzOWExMi1hMWNlLTExZTItODhiMy0wM2Q4MjYzNzVmMDk-;_ylg=X3oDMTBhMnJuamU1BGxhbmcDZW4tU0c-;_ylv=3

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