Anita Yuen Net Worth

Anita Yuen was born on September 04, 1971, is Actress. Anita Yuen was born on September 4, 1971 in Hong Kong, British Crown Colony as Wing-Yee Yuen. She is an actress, known for San bat liu ching (1993), Moon to (2007) and KIm Chi Ngoc Diep (1994). She has been married to Julian Cheung since 2001. They have one child.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day September 04, 1971
Age 49 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Libra
Chinese name 袁咏仪 (simplified)
Pinyin Yuán Yǒngyí (Mandarin)
Jyutping jyun4 wing6 ji4 (Cantonese)
Other names Leng Leng (靚靚)
Occupation Actress
Years active 1990–present
Spouse(s) Julian Cheung (m. 2001–present)
Children Morton Cheung (b. 2006)
Ancestry Dongguan, Guangdong

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Biography/Timeline

1990

At the age of 18, Yuen entered the Miss Hong Kong 1990 pageant. She was a heavy favorite to win the crown from the semifinal to final. During the semifinals on August 5, 1990, she won the Miss Photogenic award. She had a semifinal score of 485, placing 3rd overall. The finals were held on August 21, 1990. She eventually beat out another big favorite, Helen Yung who was 1st Runner up and the winner of 2 other awards. Yuen later represented Hong Kong at the Miss Chinese International 1991 pageant after degree graduating, held on February 2, 1991. She took 1st Runner up for Hong Kong. She also competed at the Miss Universe 1991 pageant in Las Vegas, Nevada. She failed to make the top 10 and was placed 60th.

1993

Yuen is best known for her role as the female lead in Derek Yee's 1993 tear-jerker C'est la vie, mon chéri (1993). She is also well-remembered in her cross-gender comic role opposite Leslie Cheung in He's a Woman, She's a Man (1994). The two roles won for her the Hong Kong Academy Best Actress awards. She also gave a powerful performance in, for instance, The Chinese Feast, co-starring together with Leslie Cheung. Apart from her role in a great many films, she has also acted in a number of Mainland-Taiwan television serials, such as Hua Mu Lan, opposite Vincent Zhao.

2006

Her husband is Hong Kong actor and singer Julian Cheung. In May 2006, Yuen announced that she was 3 months pregnant with their first child. Their son, Morton Cheung, was born on November 12, 2006. On June 23, 2007, Yuen was a guest on TVB's Be My Guest with host Stephen Chan revealing that she and Julian were secretly married in the United States, San Francisco, back in 2001.