Teresa Cheung (actress)
|Other name(s)||Teresa Cheung Siu-wai
|Spouse(s)||Kenny Bee (1987–1997)|
She moved to Los Angeles in 2006.
Despite having no prior experience as a professional actor, Cheung was given a leading role in the 2004 film Colour Blossoms. Writer/director Yonfan stated that she was his inspiration for the film. Cheung received a number of awards and nominations for her role, only narrowly missing out on a Best Actress Award to Zhang Ziyi from the Hong Kong Film Critics Society.
|2008||W.||Asian journalist||Cameo; also credited as executive producer.|
Awards and nominations
|Year||Awards group||Award category—Film||Result||Ref.|
|2005||Cinemanila International Film Festival||Rising Star Award—Colour Blossoms||Won|||
|Chennai International Film Festival Awards||Most Promising Actress—Colour Blossoms||Won|||
|Hong Kong Film Awards||Best New Performer—Colour Blossoms||Nominated|||
|Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards||Best Actress—Colour Blossoms||Nominated|
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