Shermon Tang

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Not to be confused with Sheren Tang.

Shermon Tang
Chinese name 鄧上文 (traditional)
Chinese name 邓上文 (simplified)
Ancestry Huiyang, Guangdong
Origin Hong Kong
Born (1983-09-27) 27 September 1983 (age 30)
Hong Kong
Occupation Actress
Spouse(s) Andrew Joy (m. 2011)

Shermon Tang Sheung Man (Chinese: 鄧上文) is a Hong Kong television actress. Shermon was awarded the "Miss Photogenic" award at the 2005 Miss Hong Kong pageant, launching her career in showbiz. Shermon attended King George V School, an International School before studying in Australia. Actually, Shermon's childhood ambition was to become a lawyer or a nurse. But as a child, she took part in Kelly Chen's debut movie "Whatever Will Be, Will Be" (also starring Aaron Kwok). "At the time, there was a big group of kids and we were all happily singing and dancing without a care. Acting gives me a huge sense of satisfaction!" she recalls. In 2006, Shermon finds herself on the smaller screen as she plays Lawrence Cheng's younger sister Ko Yau Ching in Welcome to the House (2006).[1]

Tang is daughter of TVB actor Tang Ying Mun (English Tang) and married Andrew Joy on March 6, 2011.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Television Series[edit]

Year Title Role TVB Anniversary Awards Notes
2006 Welcome to the House
高朋滿座
Ko Yau Ching
高有情
2008 A Journey Called Life
金石良缘
Stephy Guest Star (eps 14 & 20)
Forensic Heroes II
法證先鋒II
Mui Chin
梅芊 (Mabel)
2009 The Threshold of a Persona
ID精英
Lee Hiu Man
李曉雯
The Stew of Life
有營煮婦
Frankie
A Watchdog's Tale
老友狗狗
Wong Ka Man
黃雅文 (Jessie)
2010 Cupid Stupid
戀愛星求人
Wong Man Kuen
黃美娟
warehoused series
Off Pedder Lam Siu-man cameo
2011 Only You
Only You 只有您
Post-production

Television Shows[edit]

Year Title
2006 E-Buzz
2008 Dolce Vita

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
2009 A Very Short Life
短暫的生命
Ivy
2010 Womb Ghosts
惡胎

Awards[edit]

Miss Photogenic 2005[3]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TVB Space" (Press release). TVB Space. 2006-05-30. 
  2. ^ http://ubchksa.wordpress.com/2011/07/03/high-school-sweethearts/
  3. ^ "Miss HK" (Press release). TVB. 2005.