Charlie Young (actress)
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|Chinese name||楊采妮 (traditional)|
|Chinese name||杨采妮 (simplified)|
|Pinyin||Yáng Cài Nī (Mandarin)|
|Jyutping||Jeong4 Coi2 Nei4 (Cantonese)|
23 May 1974 |
Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China
|Other name(s)||Charlie Yeung|
Charlie Young, sometimes spelled Charlie Yeung, is a film actress and singer. She was first noticed after appearing in a jewellery commercial with Aaron Kwok. Since then she has participated in the music videos of artists such as Hacken Lee, Takeshi Kaneshiro and Jacky Cheung and made a number of films, most famously with Tsui Hark (The Lovers, Love in the Time of Twilight, Seven Swords) and Wong Kar-wai (Ashes of Time, Fallen Angels).
She retired at the height of her career in 1997, but has since returned in 2004 in New Police Story.
In 1992, she was signed on to be a singer with EMI (Hong Kong). After releasing a couple of albums with some success (she won the TVB Jade Solid Gold (1993)'s Gold Award of "The Best New Female Singer"), she made her feature-film debut in Wong Kar-wai's arthouse martial arts film Ashes of Time alongside superstars such as Leslie Cheung, Tony Leung Chiu-Wai and Brigitte Lin.
In 1994, she made her first collaboration with director Tsui Hark in the film The Lovers (梁祝), a Chinese classical tale about the Butterfly Lovers. Yeung was cast as the female lead, Zhu Yingtai opposite Nicky Wu's Liang Shanbo. Her performance received widespread critical acclaim, rising Yeung to stardom. The film today has been hailed as Yeung's most representative work to date.
Between 1994 to 1997, she was arguably the most popular artist in Hong Kong, with her charming face appearing everywhere from magazines and posters to advertisements and movies.
In 2004, after a failed relationship and business, she made her comeback as the lead actress in Jackie Chan's New Police Story. Following that, she collaborated once again with Tsui Hark in the martial arts movie Seven Swords and starred alongside Andy Lau in the love movie All About Love. She later co-starred in the film After This Our Exile opposite Aaron Kwok. She has made plans to appear in a sequel to Seven Swords. She also played the deaf love interest to Nicolas Cage in Bangkok Dangerous.
It was a glittery occasion when Charlie Yeung tied the knot with her long-time Singaporean boyfriend Khoo Shao Tze on 2 November 2013. She was the charming star of the silver screen in the mid-1990s, with films such as The Lovers (1994) and the high-profile celebrity guest list at the wedding included bridesmaid and singer Valen Hsu, actress Anita Yuen and director Tsui Hark. This meant that the regional media was out in force as well. Access to the ballroom area was controlled with W Singapore wrist-tags and the contingent of 40-plus media was allowed to stake out the area outside the ballroom. The couple had met in 1993 but split up for a period of time. They reportedly got back together in 2011. The bride and groom obligingly stopped for photographs and to answer a few quick questions on their way in. Yeung said she was very happy and added that she and her husband felt very blessed. Dressed in a white off-shoulder Romona Keveza gown and carrying a bouquet of purple flowers, she looked radiant and elegant while he looked debonair in a black suit.
- Kung Fu Jungle (2014)
- Christmas Rose (2013 - director debut)
- Catching Monkey (2012)
- Cold War (2012)
- Floating City (2012)
- Sleepwalker (2011)
- Wind Blast (2010)
- 37 (2010)
- Bangkok Dangerous (2008)
- After This Our Exile (父子) (2006)
- All About Love (再説一次我愛你) (2005)
- Seven Swords (七劍) (2005)
- New Police Story (新警察故事) (2004)
- Tarzan (1999) [voice, Cantonese dub]
- Task Force (熱血最強) (1997)
- The Intimates (自梳女) (1997)
- Downtown Torpedoes (神偷諜影) (1997)
- A Chinese Ghost Story: The Tsui Hark Animation (小倩) (1997) [voice]
- The Wedding Days (完全結婚手冊) (1997)
- Dr. Wai in "The Scripture with No Words" (冒險王) (1996)
- Young Policemen In Love (逃學戰警) (1995)
- Fallen Angels (墮落天使) (1995)
- High Risk aka Meltdown (鼠膽龍威) (1995)
- Love in the Time of Twilight (花月佳期) (1995)
- How Deep Is Your Love (獨臂刀之情) (1994)
- Ashes of Time (東邪西毒) (1994)
- The Lovers (梁祝) (1994)
- What Price Survival (1994)
- Future Cops (超級學校霸王) (1993)
- Feeling of Love (1993)
- First Love (1994)
- Forget Me Not (1994)
- Smiling with Tears (1995)
- Mythology (1995)
- Do Whatever you Want (1996)
- Charlie Yeung at IMDB
- Charlie Yeung at Stareastasia
- Charlie yeung fans club at  昨日今日永恆的采妮
- Hope Foundation