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Cora Miao

Cora Miao
Born (1958-08-21) August 21, 1958
Shanghai, China
Other name(s) Hin-yen Miu
Occupation Actress
Years active 1977 - 1990

Cora Miao (simplified Chinese: 缪骞人; traditional Chinese: 繆騫人; pinyin: Miào Qiānrén; Jyutping: Miu6 Hin1jan4) is a Chinese actress who worked predominantly in Hong Kong films. During her career she was nominated for four Hong Kong Film Awards and four Golden Horse Film Festival awards, winning one. She won Miss Photogenic award in Miss Hong Kong Pageant 1976. She is married to film director Wayne Wang.

Awards and nominations

Golden Horse Film Festival
Year Film Result Award Category
1985 Women Nominated Golden Horse Award Best Actress
1986 The Terrorizers Nominated Best Actress
1986 Passion Won Best Supporting Actress
1988 Love in a Fallen City Nominated Best Actress
Hong Kong Film Awards
Year Film Result Award Category
1983 Boat People Nominated HKFA Best Actress
1986 Women Nominated Best Actress
1989 The Other ½ & the Other ½ Nominated Best Supporting Actress
1989 Keep on Dancing Nominated Best Actress

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