Irene Wan

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Irene Wan
Born (1966-07-30) 30 July 1966 (age 50)[1]
Tiu Keng Leng, Tseung Kwan O New Town, New Territories, Hong Kong[2]
Nationality Hong Kong
Other names Irene Wan, 小碧玉, One Pizza
Education Catholic Ming Yuen Secondary School
Occupation Actress, singer
  • TVB (1991–2001)
  • Emperor Motion Pictures (Hong Kong) (2012–present)
  • Huayi Brothers (Mainland)
Musical career
  • Homerun(1991-1993)
  • Yiu Wing RECORDS LIMITED (1993)
  • Yong Sheng He Chuang Media (2008)
  • Mele Music
    北京美樂文化 (2012-nay)
Awards Golden Lotus Award at 3rd Macau International Movie Festival in 2011
(Best supporting actress)

Irene Wan Bik-ha (simplified Chinese: 温碧霞; traditional Chinese: 溫碧霞; Cantonese Yale: wan1 bik1 ha4; born 30 July 1966[3]) is a Hong Kong film actress.

She was nominated for the Hong Kong Film Award for Best New Performer at the 2nd Hong Kong Film Awards for her role in Lonely Fifteen.[4]

She gained notice for her beauty and remarkable performance in Everlasting Love (1983), co-starring with Andy Lau and Loletta Lee, when she was only 17 years old. Later, she also gave impressive performances in Stanley Kwan's Love unto Waste (1986) and Rouge (1987).

However, in the 1990s, her film career sputtered and she agreed to star in All of a Sudden (1996), which would be her first, and only, time appearing nude in a movie. However, this move failed to ignite her career and she later went on to star in various TVB dramas.


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