|Chinese name||陳慧珊 (traditional)|
|Chinese name||陈慧珊 (simplified)|
|Pinyin||chen2 hui4 shan1 (Mandarin)|
|Jyutping||can4 wai3 saan1 (Cantonese)|
30 May 1970|
Wai-ming Chung (m. 1994–2001)|
Mike Chung (m. 2006–present)
Flora Chan Wai-shan (born 30 May 1970 in Hong Kong), is an American actress active primarily in Hong Kong television and film. Along with Maggie Cheung Ho-yee, Kenix Kwok, Jessica Hsuan, and Ada Choi, she is known as one of the Top 5 "Fa Dans" (term used for actresses with high popularity) of TVB from the mid-1990s to mid-2000s.
Chan was born in Hong Kong and emigrated to Boston, Massachusetts at a young age. As a child, she had hoped to become a dancer, but because of an injury when she was a teenager, she was forced to abandon her dreams as a professional dancer. She attended Boston College and earned a degree in communications before returning to Hong Kong in the early 1990s with her then-husband, Chung Wai Ming. She and her first husband divorced in 2000. Chan married her manager Mike Chung Ka-hung (鐘家鴻).[when?] The couple have one child.
Rather than getting her start from modelling or a beauty pageant, the Miss Hong Kong Pageant, (香港小姐競選) which provides actresses for HK's television station, TVB, Chan was a reporter for the TVB English Channel, TVB Pearl. In the mid-1990s, television director Teng Dak-Hei asked her to participate in his upcoming series, the fifth installment to the popular TVB drama series, File of Justice.
Chan's performance in this series about young, yuppie lawyers caught the attention of the HK audience, and TVB. She joined as a TVB actress and has since made other series, most notably Untraceable Evidence, playing the calm and collected forensics doctor, "Pauline Lip"; and in Healing Hands, a TVB series known for its cutting edge medical topics. In 2002, Chan won the coveted "Most Favourite TV Actress" award presented annually by TVB. Having already starred in various TVB dramas, she is no longer signed on with TVB as a full-time actress. In November 2006, Chan announced she would be returning to film a TVB serial in February 2007.
|1997||File of Justice V||Catherine Au Tze Keung|
|Untraceable Evidence||Pauline Nip Bo Yin|
|1998||Healing Hands||Annie Kong Sun Yuet|
|1999||Untraceable Evidence II||Pauline Nip Bo Yin|
|Feminine Masculinity||Christine Fong Sze Ching||TVB Award for My Favourite On-Screen Partners||a.k.a. Mr. Diana|
|Sidebeat||Sunnie Kong Bik Ching|
|At the Threshold of an Era||Helen Fok Hei Yin|
|2000||At the Threshold of an Era II||Helen Fok Hei Yin|
|Healing Hands II||Annie Kong Sun Yuet|
|2001||A Taste of Love||Joyce Kiu Fa Chi|
|2002||A Case of Misadventure||Joey Tai Foon|
|Burning Flame II||Michelle Ho Bo Lam|
|Family Man||Tracy Ko Pui Yi||TVB Award for My Favourite Actress in a Leading Role
TVB Award for My Favourite Television Character
|2003||Triumph in the Skies||Isabelle Lok Yi San||TVB Award for My Favourite Television Character|
|2004||Hard Fate||Tiffany Mok Hei Yee|
|To Get Unstuck In Time||Nicole Ko San|
|2010||Suspects in Love||Cheng Siu-Yan|
|2014||Never Dance Alone||Diana Yung Daan Daan|
|2018||Watch Out, Boss||Hazel Lo Choy Lam|
|2001||Love Au Zen||Siu Jing|
|2002||Dry Wood Fierce Fire||Michelle|
|2006||Undying Heart||a.k.a. Min Mie|
|2007||Mad Detective||May Cheung (in Bun's eyes)|
- Flora Chan (2000)
- 自在 (2001)
- 愛得起 (2002)
- Profile, classmates.com; accessed July 25, 2015.
- "Flora Chan to Film for TVB in 2007! Ada Choi Responds to Award Loss". 2006-11-12. Retrieved 2010-01-20.
|Awards and achievements|
|TVB Anniversary Awards|
for The Awakening Story
| Best Actress
for Family Man
Maggie Cheung Ho Yee
for The King of Yesterday and Tomorrow