Sandra Ng

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Sandra Ng
Sandra Ng.jpg
Chinese name 吳君如
Chinese name 吳君如 (traditional)
Chinese name 吴君如 (simplified)
Pinyin wu2 jun1 ru2 (Mandarin)
Jyutping ng4 gwan1 jyu4 (Cantonese)
Ancestry Panyu, Guangdong
Origin Hong Kong
Born (1965-08-02) 2 August 1965 (age 48)
Hong Kong
Occupation Actress
Years active 1983 – present
Partner(s) Alex To (1980s)
Peter Chan (1990s-)
Children Jillian Chan, born on (2006-04-15) 15 April 2006 (age 8)
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Ng.

Sandra Ng Kwan-yu (born 2 August 1965) is a Hong Kong film and television actress.

Biography[edit]

The daughter of Ng Kam-chuen, Ng was born in Hong Kong, where she attended St. Stephen's Girls' College. Encouraged by her parents, she began her entertainment career at the age of 16. She is most known through her comic roles, where she often pokes fun at her plain looks. She has frequently collaborated with Stephen Chow, notably in All for the Winner, Magnificent Scoundrels and Royal Tramp, among others. In a career spanning over 20 years, she has filmed over 100 films and TV shows. She co-hosted Club Sparkle (星星同學會), a celebrity talk show, during the first half of 2009 and is also a radio personality for CRHK. Her radio program, He She Hit (她他她打到嚟!), aired from 12am to 2am on Monday to Friday.

She received the 2003 Best Actress Award at the Golden Horse Film Festival in Taiwan for her role as a prostitute in Golden Chicken. She has a daughter (born in 2006) with film director Peter Chan.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role
2015 Monster Hunt
2014 Accidental Hero
Naked Ambition 2
Golden Chicken 3
Hello Babies
2013 Princess and the Seven Kung Fu Masters
Hotel Deluxe
2012 Ripples of Desire
McDull – Pork of Music
Marrying Mr. Perfect
All's Well, Ends Well 2012
2011 Mr. and Mrs. Incredible
I Love Hong Kong Ng Shun's wife and the three Ng children's mother
2010 All About Love
Beauty on Duty
Just Another Pandora's Box Wu's Chef
All's Well, Ends Well 2010
2009 Echoes of the Rainbow Mrs. Law
On His Majesty's Secret Service
McDull, Kung Fu Kindergarten
All's Well, Ends Well 2009
2007 The Matchmaker Song Shuangshuang
Simply Actors
2006 Men Suddenly in Black 2
McDull, the Alumni
2005 Perhaps Love Lin's Manager
DragonBlade Bali-ba
2004 Kung Fu Soccer Big Sun
McDull, prince de la bun Mrs. Mc
Super Model
2003 Golden Chicken 2 Kam
Men Suddenly in Black
Good Times, Bed Times
2002 Golden Chicken Kam
2001 Dance of a Dream Kam
My Life as McDull Mrs. McDull
City of Desire
Martial Angels Monkey
2000 Jiang hu: The Triad Zone Sophie
Young and Dangerous 6 Sister 13
Those Were the Days Sister 13
Juliet in Love Judy Chu
My Loving Trouble 7
1999 Tarzan Terk
Gorgeous Conwoman at the airport
Metade Fumaca Third Sister
The Tricky Master Wasabi
1998 Young and Dangerous 5 Sister 13
The Lucky Guy
Young and Dangerous: The Prequel Sister 13 (cameo)
Portland Street Blues Sister 13
1997 Young and Dangerous 4 Sister 13
Black Rose II Sandra Suen May-tong
Killing Me Tenderly Siu
Hold You Tight Video Dealer
1996 Mahjong Dragon Hooker dressed as a policewoman
4 Faces of Eve
1994 Her Fatal Ways 4
The Returning Julia
Fiery Romance Tang Lyn-yu
Modern Romance Frankie Chan Bo-chu
I Will Wait for You Mei-lan
Winner Takes All
The Eight Hilarious Gods Buddy Wall
1993 Holy Weapon Yam Kin-fai
All's Well, Ends Well Too Gut
1993 Year's Love of Vampires Chap-Lay Vamp
Boys Are Easy Chi Sum Chan
1992 True Love
She Starts the Fire
Game Kids Veronica
Cash on Delivery
The Inspector Wears Skirts 4 Amy
Casino Tycoon II Chu Lin-lin
Hero of the Beggars Yue
Forced Nightmare
All's Well, Ends Well Ching
My Americanized Wife Cameo appearance
Royal Tramp Sister Bond
Royal Tramp II Sister Bond
Miracle 90 Days Woman who has supernatural powers
Chinese Vampire Story Birdie
Changing Partner Yue
1991 The Family Squad
Money Maker
Top Bet Ping
God of Gamblers III: Back to Shanghai Spring
Party of a Wealthy Family Waitress
Vampire Kids
Magnificent Scoundrels Jenny
1990 All for the Winner Ping
The Spooky Family Customer
The Inspector Wears Skirts III Amy
She Shoots Straight Huang Chia-ju
Here Comes a Vampire Sister Nine
Ghostly Vixen Lumy
Love Is Love
When Fortune Smiles Rubbish Feng / Chao Fei-fei
Vampires Settle on the Police Camp Madam Lee
1989 In Between Loves
Ghost Fever
They Came to Rob Hong Kong Comrade Monroe
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World III
Lucky Guys
Ghost Busting
Crocodile Hunter Bitchy Yuen Ying
Thunder Cops II Fong Ngoi-nam
Return of the Evil Fox Yu
Funny Ghost
The Inspector Wears Skirts 2
Vampire Vs. Vampire General's Cousin
The Crazy Companies II Doriana
1988 The Inspector Wears Skirts Amy
Soldier of Love Candy Ho
The Greatest Lover Miss Hong Kong wannabe
Three Wishes
In the Line of Duty 3 Cop
Love Hungry Suicide Squad Mei You-kong
The Crazy Companies Doriana
Two Most Honorable Knights Third Lady
1987 The Happy Bigamist
Trouble Couples Oi-Chee
Thunder Cops Fat Cop's Wife
1986 Operation Pink Squad Ng Siu-mui
Peking Opera Blues
The Return of Luk Siu Fung Kei Kei
1985 Twinkle, Twinkle Lucky Stars Tour Girl
1984 The Duke of Mount Deer Tsang Yau

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Achievements[edit]

Year Award Category Film Result
1989 Hong Kong Film Awards Best New Performer The Inspector Wears Skirts Nominated
1995 Hong Kong Film Awards Best Supporting Actress The Returning Nominated
1997 Hong Kong Film Awards Best Actress Four Faces of Eve Nominated
1999 Hong Kong Film Awards Best Actress Portland Street Blues Won
Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards Best Actress Won
2003 Hong Kong Film Awards Best Actress Golden Chicken Nominated
Golden Horse Awards Best Actress Won
2004 Hong Kong Film Awards Best Actress Golden Chicken 2 Nominated
2010 Hong Kong Film Awards Best Actress Echoes of the Rainbow

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Maggie Cheung
for The Soong Sisters
Hong Kong Film Awards for Best Actress
1999
for Portland Street Blues
Succeeded by
Helena Law
for Bullets Over Summer