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Carrie Ng

Carrie Ng
Chinese name 吳家麗 (traditional)
Chinese name 吴家丽 (simplified)
Pinyin Wú Jiālǐ (Mandarin)
Jyutping Ng4 Gaa1lai6 (Cantonese)
Born (1963-11-30) 30 November 1963
Kowloon, Hong Kong
Other name(s) Ka-Lai Ng
Occupation Actress
Years active 1986 - present

Carrie Ng (born 1963) is a Hong Kong actress well known for both Category-III cult and mainstream films. She won Best Actress at the 1993 Golden Horse Film Festival awards for her performance in Remains of a Woman and Best Supporting Actress at the 2000 Hong Kong Film Awards for The Kid. Other notable film credits include Edward Yang's Mahjong (1996) and cult classics Naked Killer (1992) and Sex and Zen (1991).

Ng made her directorial debut with the revenge-thriller Angel Whispers (2015), which she co-directed, produced and scripted with film executive Shirley Yung.

Contents

  • Selected Filmography 1
  • Awards and nominations 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Selected Filmography

[1] [2]

Awards and nominations

Golden Horse Film Festival
Year Film Result Award Category
1993 Remains of a Woman Won Golden Horse Award Best Actress
Hong Kong Film Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1988 City on Fire Nominated HKFA Best Supporting Actress
1990 The First Time is the Last Time Nominated Best Actress
1992 Till We Meet Again Nominated Best Supporting Actress
1994 Remains of a Woman Nominated Best Actress
C'est la vie, mon chéri Nominated Best Supporting Actress
1995 The Lovers Nominated Best Supporting Actress
2000 The Kid Won Best Supporting Actress

References

  1. ^ Carrie Ng at hkmdb.com
  2. ^ Carrie Ng at chinesemov.com

External links

  • Essential Guide to Hong Kong Movies (1994) Personalities Directory p. 314
  • Lethal Lolita Carrie Ng
  • Carrie Ng at the Internet Movie Database
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