Karen Mok

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Karen Mok
莫文蔚
Karen Mok (莫文蔚) at the TV show "The Singing Battle (天籁之战)" on 31 Oct 2016.jpg
Karen Mok at the TV show "The Next (天籁之战)", Oct 2016
Born
Karen Joy Morris

(1970-06-02) 2 June 1970 (age 50)
Hong Kong
Occupation
  • Singer
  • actress
  • designer
Years active1993–present
Spouse(s)
Johannes Natterer
(m. 2011)
AwardsHong Kong Film Awards
Best Supporting Actress (1996)

Golden Bauhinia Awards
Best Supporting Actress (1996)

Golden Melody Awards
Best Female Mandarin Artist (2003)
Best Mandarin Album (2008)
Best Female Mandarin Artist (2011)

Mnet Asian Music AwardsBest Asian Artist:Mandarin Artist (2017)

Guinness World RecordHighest Altitude Mass- Attended Music Concert (2019)

Musical career
Genres
Instruments
LabelsStar Records (1993–1995)
Rock Records (1996–2001)
Sony BMG (2002–2008)
Universal Music (2009–2017)
Sony Music (2018–present)
Mok-A-Bye Baby Records (2018–present)
Chinese name
Chinese莫文蔚
Websitekarenmok.com

Karen Mok (born Karen Joy Morris (Chinese: 莫文蔚); 2 June 1970) is one of the leading Asian pop singers and actresses with a career spanning three decades.[1] She is the first female Hong Kong singer to win the Golden Melody Award and has won it a total of three times. She has released 17 solo studio albums, starred in over 40 movies, has over 15 million followers on leading Chinese social media site Weibo and holds the Guinness World Record for the Highest Altitude Music Concert. [2]

Early Life[edit]

Karen Mok was born on 2 June 1970 as Karen Joy Morris in Hong Kong. She is of mixed ancestry: her father is half-Chinese and half-Welsh, while her mother is half-Chinese, quarter-Persian, and quarter-German.[3][4]. Her grandfather was Alfred Morris, the first principal of King's College, Hong Kong. She speaks English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Italian, German and French.[5]

Mok attended Diocesan Girls' School from primary to secondary grade in Hong Kong. When she was a F.4 student, she received the 1st Hong Kong Outstanding Students Awards. In 1987 she won a scholarship for the United World College of the Adriatic in Duino (Trieste, Italy) from which she graduated in 1989 with the International Baccalaureate.[6] She subsequently studied Italian Literature at Royal Holloway, University of London.[7].

Career[edit]

Albums[edit]

While studying in London, Mok auditioned for the West End Musical Miss Saigon. At the same time, she recorded music demo tapes together with fellow students which landed her first recording contract with Star Records. She decided to put her theatre aspirations on hold, headed back to Hong Kong and released in 1993 her first Cantonese album Karen.[2] She achieved her musical breakthrough with the launch of her first Mandarin album To Be in 1997. To date, she has released 17 studio albums, the most successful ones being 做自己 To Be (1997), 全身莫文蔚 Karen Mok in Totality (1995), [i] (2004), Without you (2006), 拉活...莫文蔚 L!VE is... KAREN MOK (2007) and HALF TIME (2018) containing numerous number 1 hits such as Ta Bu Ai Wo, 他不愛我,He does not love me, Yin Tian, 陰天 , Overcast[8] and Man Man Xihuan Ni, 慢慢喜歡你, Growing fond of you [9]. In 2013, she launched her first English album Somewhere I belong, [10] an East-meets-West reinterpretation of jazz classics. She showcased this album at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, London, on 30 May 2013. [11] Additionally, she has released numerous EPs and compilations and her music has been featured in more than 324 CD compilations.[12] In 2018 she launched her own music label Mok-a-by-baby records in partnership with Sony Music.[13]

Concerts[edit]

Karen Mok interview
Karen Mok concert on 23 June 2018 in Shanghai
Karen Mok concert on 10 Nov 2018 in Suzhou
Karen Mok concert on 27 Apr 2019 in Haikou
Announcement for 2019 concert in London
Poster of “Ultimate Tour” on bus in Hong Kong, June 2018

In 2000, she gave her debut solo concert The very Karen Mok show in Taipei in front of 20,000 spectators. [14] In 2005, she started her international concert tours with the Extremely Karen Mok Show,[15] followed by The Original Karen Mok Show (2009-2011)[16] and the tour The Age of MOKnificence (2014/2015)[17][18][19], with which she celebrated her 20th anniversary in show business. Starting from 2005, she also assumed the role of creative director and producer in her concert tours. [20]

Mok’s most recent concert tours are:

Regardez (2015/2016).[21][22]. This tour started in Taipei and led Mok to 27 cities in Asia, North America, Europe and Australia/New Zealand. As part of this tour, she was the first Chinese pop artist to give solo concerts in Madrid and Milan.[23]

Ultimate (2018/2019): [24][25] This tour started on 23 June 2018 with the concert in the Hongkou Football Stadium in Shanghai 23 June 2018 in front of more than 20,000 spectators[26] and totalled 45 concerts in 39 cities in Asia, Europe and Australia. The tour was largely conducted in outdoor stadiums, with the maximum attendance of 40,000 in the Beijing Workers' Stadium, Beijing, on 22 September 2019. [27] On 12 Oct 2019, she performed in Lhasa (Tibet) at an altitude of 3650m, setting the Guinness World Record for the Highest Altitude Mass-Attended Music Concert[28] and being the first solo stadium concert in Tibet. Her concerts in the Taipei Arena (Taipei) on 07 and 08 Dec 2019 had the special feature that she performed entirely different song lists on each night.[29]. The European leg of the tour brought her in London to the Palladium and in Paris to the Folies Bergère, making her the first Chinese pop singer to perform in this venue. [30] With the Ultimate tour, Mok celebrated her 25th anniversary in show business.

Prior to the Ultimate tour, Mok announced in May 2019, that this would be her last major concert tour as she wants to focus on other artistic activities going forward.[31]

Films[edit]

Mok gave her film debut in 1993 with a cameo role in the movie The Tigers - The Legend of Canton. [32] Her first starring role was in 1995 together with Stephen Chow in the classic A Chinese Odyssey. In the same year, she acted in Wong Kar Wai’s movie Fallen Angels, for which she received the award for Best Supporting Actress at the Hong Kong Film Award and the Golden Bauhinia Awards. In total, she starred in more than 40 movies.

Her most memorable performances and most successful Chinese movie productions include The God of Cookery, Young and Dangerous, Tempting Heart, Shaolin Soccer and So Close.

Outside Greater China, she acted in the 2004 Hollywood production Around the World in 80 Days with Jackie Chan (credited as Karen Joy Morris, her birth name) and in the Thai horror movie The Coffin. She also played the female lead role in Keanu Reeves’ directorial debut Man of Tai Chi.

Notable Collaborations[edit]

Mok has collaborated on stage and in the studio with numerous leading global artists. Amongst others, she performed together with The Black Eyed Peas, [33] Andrea Bocelli, [34] Far East Movement, [35] Lang Lang, [36] John Legend, [37] Sergio Mendes, [38] Mika, [39] Keanu Reeves and Pharrell Williams. [40]

Beyond Albums and Films[edit]

Theatre and TV[edit]

Throughout her career, Mok has frequently branched into adjacent areas of performances. In 2005/2006, she played the female lead Mimi in the 10th Anniversary Asian Tour of the Broadway musical Rent. In 2001, she supplied the voice of Princess Kida for the Cantonese dub of Walt Disney’s Atlantis: The Lost Empire. In 2020, Mok sang the theme song of the Hong Kong TVB drama Flying Tiger II. The theme song, "呼吸有害, Breathing Is Hazardous", [41] topped all radio, TV and digital platforms in Hong Kong, a first in Cantopop. [42]

In 2016 and 2017, she starred in the two reality TV productions Up Idol (我们来了), of Hunan Television[43] and The Next (天籁之战), season 1 and season 2 (天籁之战 and 天籁之战 (第二季)), of Dragon Television.[44]

Special Events[edit]

She was a torch bearer for the 2008 Summer Olympics held in Beijing [45] and performed at the opening and closing ceremonies. In 2016, she was awarded the title of Cultural Ambassador of the Italian city of Bergamo, being the first Chinese to be awarded this title.[46]

Brands[edit]

In October 2008, she launched her own line of perfume.[47] Starting in 2015, she collaborated with the Italian brand Rucoline, also developing her own designs. [48] In the following year, she initiated a crossover collection with Replay[49], leading up to a launch event and pop-up store at Harvey Nichols in London in 2018.

Mok has been the face of leading global brands such as Cadillac,[50] Canon,[51] Cartier, [52] Chow Tai Fook,[53] Clear,[54] Kappa,[55] Lux,[56] Mandarin Oriental,[57][58] Schwarzkopf,[citation needed] Schweppes,[citation needed] and Solvil et Titus.[59]

Activism and Charity[edit]

Mok is a strong advocate for animals and animal rights and has been involved in numerous campaigns for this purpose. Amongst others, she has joined efforts with Animals Asia to help Asiatic black bears which are exploited for the extraction of bile,[60][61] and has been on an expedition with Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) to demonstrate against the culling of baby seals.[62] She has also been involved with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) (PETA).[63]

In 2007, Mok was involved with MTV EXIT, a campaign against human trafficking in Asia, presenting Traffic: An MTV EXIT Special, a documentary on trafficking.[64]. In 2013 she championed in the campaign Roll Back Malaria (RBM).[65]

Karen currently serves as ambassador for UNICEF, [66] SPCA, [67] Animals Asia Foundation,[68] and Care for Children.[69]

In 2017, she announced the creation of the Morris Charity Initiative, providing support in animal welfare, education and the environment. As a first initiative, the Charity raised money for a scholarship at the United World College Changshu.[70]

Private Life[edit]

Mok married her first boyfriend, German-born Johannes Natterer, at a church near Florence, Italy, on 1 October 2011.[71] Mok has 3 adult step-children and spends her time between London and her international engagements. In 2017, she and her husband celebrated the 30th anniversary of their connection with an elaborate party at Kensington Palace. [72][73]


Filmography[edit]

Year English title Chinese title Role
1993 The Tigers – The Legend of Canton 廣東五虎之鐵拳無敵孫中山 Feminist
1994 Family Affair 清官難審
1995 Fallen Angels 墮落天使 Blondie
1995 Out of the Dark 回魂夜 Kwan
1995 Heaven Can't Wait 救世神棍 Joan
1995 A Chinese Odyssey Part One: Pandora's Box 西遊記之月光寶盒 Pak Jing-jing
1995 A Chinese Odyssey Part Two: Cinderella 西遊記2之仙履奇緣 Pak Jing-jing
1996 The God of Cookery 食神 Twin Dagger Turkey
1996 Viva Erotica 色情男女 May
1996 Black Mask 黑俠 Tracy Lee
1996 Best of the Best 飛虎II之傲氣比天高 Karen Kook
1996 Kitchen 我愛廚房 Jenny
1996 Four Faces of Eve 四面夏娃 Mistress of Chan Giu's husband
1996 Young and Dangerous 3 古惑仔III之隻手遮天 Lam Shuk-fan
1996 Sexy and Dangerous 古惑女 Van Chai / Chan Lai-wan
1996 Those Were the Days 4個32A和一個香蕉少年 Patricia (adult)
1996 wkw/tk/1996@7'55"hk.net
1997 Task Force 熱面最強 Shirley Lau
1997 Lawyer Lawyer 算死草 Wu Man
1997 First Love: The Litter on the Breeze 初纏戀後之二人世界
1997 Young and Dangerous 4 97古惑仔之战无不胜 Wasabi / Lam Shuk-fan
1999 King of Comedy 喜劇之王 Sister Cuckoo
1999 Tempting Heart 心動 Chen Li
2000 Dragon Heat 龍火
2000 The Teacher Without Chalk 流氓師表 Sister Teresa
2000 Roaring Wheels 車神傳說 Suki Fung
2000 Bruce Law Stunts 特技猛龍 (herself)
2001 Goodbye, Mr. Cool 九龍冰室 Helen Poon / Macau Hung
2001 Shaolin Soccer 少林足球 Dragon Twin
2001 La Brassiere 絕世好bra Shirley
2002 Haunted Office Office有鬼 Pat
2002 The Irresistible Piggies 豬扒大聯盟 So Mei
2002 So Close 夕陽天使 Kong Yat-hung
2002 Red Snow 極地營救
2003 The Twins Effect 千機變 Ivy
2003 Love Under the Sun 愛在陽光下
2004 Enter the Phoenix 大佬愛美麗 Julie Lui
2004 Around the World in 80 Days 環遊世界80天 General Fang
2005 DragonBlade: The Legend of Lang 龍刀奇緣 Ying Ying (voice)
2005 Wait 'til You're Older 童夢奇緣 Tsui Man
2006 The Heavenly Kings 四大天王 (herself)
2006 Magic & Me 千變魔手 (herself)
2007 Mr. Cinema 老港正傳 Luk Min
2008 Lost Indulgence 迷果 Su Dan
2008 The Coffin 棺材 Zoe
2010 Go Lala Go! 杜拉拉升职记 Rose
2010 The Road Less Traveled 一路有你 Susan
2011 The Law of Attraction 万有引力 Mei
2011 East Meets West 東成西就2011 Chung Siu-ming / Sammi
2013 Man of Tai Chi 太極俠 Sun Jing Shi
2013 Better and Better 越來越好·村晚
2014 The Great Hypnotist 催眠大師 Ren Xiaoyan
2016 A Chinese Odyssey Part Three 大話西遊 - 叁 Pak Jing-jing

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

No. Album title Language Year of release
1st 同名專輯 Karen Cantonese 1993
2nd 全身莫文蔚 Karen Mok in Totality Cantonese 1996
3rd 做自己 To Be Mandarin 1997
4th 我要說 I Say Mandarin 1998
5th 就是莫文蔚 This Is Karen Mok Mandarin 1999
6th 你可以 You Can Mandarin 1999
7th 十二樓的莫文蔚 Karen Mok on the Twelfth Floor Mandarin 2000
8th 一朵金花 Golden Flower Cantonese 2001
9th [i] Mandarin 2002
10th X Mandarin 2003
11th 如果沒有你 Without You Mandarin 2006
12th 拉活...莫文蔚 L!VE is... KAREN MOK Mandarin 2007
13th 回蔚 Relish Mandarin 2009
14th 寶貝 Precious Mandarin 2010
15th Somewhere I Belong English 2013
16th 不散,不見 Departures Mandarin 2014
17th 我們在中場相遇 HALF TIME Mandarin 2018

EPs[edit]

No. Album title Language Year of release
1st 我愛你 I Love You Mandarin 1998
2nd 回家 Back Cantonese 1999
3rd Karen Mok Cantonese 2000
4th 再生 Live Show Cantonese 2000
5th 天籟 The Sound Of Heaven Mandarin / Cantonese / English 2017
6th 呼吸有害 Breathing is Hazardous CD + CASSETTE BOXSET Mandarin / Cantonese 2020

Singles[edit]

No. Album title Language Year of release
1st 愛自己 Love Yourself English / Mandarin / Cantonese 1997
2nd Silently English 1998
3rd 實況轉播 Live Show Mandarin 1999
4th 密流 Mi Liu Mandarin 2009
5th 我杯茶 My Cup of Tea - Eason Chan featuring Karen Mok Cantonese 2010
6th 偷情 Love By Stealth Cantonese 2012
7th 娘娘駕到 Niang Niang Jia Dao Mandarin 2013
8th 傾國傾城 The Face That Launched A Thousand Ships Mandarin 2013
9th Killing Me Softly With His Song - Sergio Mendes & Karen Mok English 2013
10th 選擇題 Multiple Choice Mandarin 2014
11th 看看 Regardez Mandarin 2014
12th 瑕疵 Defect - Juno Mak & Karen Mok Cantonese 2015
13th 一念之間 Yi Nian Zhi Jian - Jason Zhang & Karen Mok (Digital single) Mandarin 2015
14th 當你老了 When You Are Old (Digital single) Mandarin 2015
15th Cheek to Cheek - Andrea Bocelli & Karen Mok English 2015
16th 世間始終你好 You're the Best - Adam Cheng & Karen Mok (Digital single) Cantonese 2016
17th Stardust - MIKA & Karen Mok (Digital single) English 2016
18th 扶搖 Legend of Fuyao (Digital single) Mandarin 2016
19th I Do (Digital single) Mandarin 2017
20th 如初之光 Let There Be Light (Digital single) Mandarin 2018
21st 慢慢喜歡你 Growing Fond of You (Digital single) Mandarin 2018
22nd 半生緣(我們在這裡相遇) Half a Lifelong Romance: Here Is Where We Meet (Digital single) Mandarin 2018
23rd 可惜了 Ke Xi Le - Chyi Chin & Karen Mok (Digital single) Mandarin 2018
24th 只是不夠愛 Not Enough Love (Digital single) Mandarin 2019
25th 呼吸有害 Breathing is Hazardous (Digital single) Cantonese 2020
26th Let The Future In - Far East Movement & Karen Mok (Digital single) Mandarin & English 2020

Compilations[edit]

No. Album title Language Year of release
1st 莫文蔚NO.1新曲+精選 Karen More Mandarin 2000
2nd 戀上莫文蔚 Love Karen Cantonese 2000
3rd 莫文蔚 & Friends Karen Mok & Friends Mandarin & Cantonese 2001
4th 含情莫莫 全精選 Greatest Hits Mandarin 2002
5th 就i Karen 莫文蔚精選 I Love Karen Mok Best Collection Mandarin 2008
6th 超級金曲精選 The Ultimate Collection Mandarin 2011
7th 我的.莫文蔚五光十色最精彩選輯 My.Way Best Collection Mandarin 2011
8th 最愛回味 影音典藏精選 Ultimate Karen Mok Mandarin 2012
9th 莫后年代 莫文蔚20週年世紀典藏 The Age Of Moknificence 20th Anniversary Compilation Mandarin & Cantonese 2013

Soundtracks[edit]

No. Album title Year of release
1st 喜劇之王 電影原聲大碟 King of Comedy 1999
2nd 夕陽天使 電影原聲大碟 So Close 2002
3rd 扶摇 原聲大碟 Fuyao 2018

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Nominated work Category Result
1996 Hong Kong Film Award Fallen Angels Best Supporting Actress Won
Golden Bauhinia Awards Won
1997 Hong Kong Film Award Viva Erotica Best Song "Sik Ching Nam Nui" performed with Jordan Chan Nominated
God of Cookery Best Actress Nominated
Best Original Film Song Nominated
Golden Horse Award Best Actress Nominated
2000 Golden Bauhinia Awards Tempting Heart Best Supporting Actress Nominated
2003 Golden Melody Awards Best Female Mandarin Artist Won
2006 Hong Kong Film Award Wait 'Til You're Older Best Actress Nominated
Hong Kong Film Critics Society Award Nominated
2007 Golden Rooster Awards Mr.Cinema Best Supporting Actress Nominated
2008 Hong Kong Film Award Mr.Cinema Best Supporting Actress Nominated
Golden Melody Awards Best Mandarin Album Won
Best Female Mandarin Artist Nominated
MTV Asia Awards Inspiration Awards Won
2011 Golden Melody Awards Best Female Mandarin Artist Won
Best Composer Nominated
Best Mandarin Album Nominated
2012 31st Hundred Flowers Awards Go Lala Go! Best Supporting Actress Nominated
2015 China Music Media Awards Best Album "Departures", Won
Best Female Mandarin Singer, Won
Chinese Media Most Popular Singer Won
Best Cantonese Song Won
China Music Awards Asia Most Popular Singer Won
V All-round Singer Won
2016 Huading Awards Best Chinese Female Singer Won
China Music Awards Best Female Singer Won
2017 Mnet Asian Music Awards Best Asian Artist:Mandarin Artist Won

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