Lee Heung-kam

Lee Heung-kam
Chinese name 李香琴 (traditional)
Chinese name 李香琴 (simplified)
Pinyin Lǐ Xiāngqín (Mandarin)
Jyutping Lei5 Hoeng1 Kam4 (Cantonese)
Birth name 李瑞琴
Born (1932-01-13) 13 January 1932
Shunde, Guangdong, Republic of China
Occupation Actress
Years active 1948 - the present
Spouse(s) Siu Chung-kwan (1950 - 1957)[1][2]
Ancestry Shunde, Guangdong
Website Website
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Lee.

Lee Heung-kam (born 13 January 1932 in Shunde, Guangdong, China) is a veteran Cantonese opera and TVB actress from Hong Kong. She joined the entertainment industry when she was 16 years old. Lee was briefly married to Cantonese opera star, Siu Chung-kwan (d. 2005), with whom she had a daughter. Divorced in 1957, her ex-husband and daughter left for Canada. From 1990 to 2006, Lee worked for TVB rival ATV, but she has since return to TVB. She has a younger brother, Lee Sue-gai. However, she broke off the relationship with him because he indulged in gambling.[3][4]


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Aliases: Li Hsiang-Chun, Li Xiang-Jun

Filmography (1960-1977)

Actor (23 films) Miss Pony-Tail (1960) Rear Entrance (1960) ... Mandy Hui Shuk Wan The Pistol (1961) ... Lu Xiao-Yin The Witch-Girl, He Yue'er (1961) The Golden Trumpet (1961) Dream of the Red Chamber (1962) ... 1st Master's wife The Mid-Nightmare (1962) Yang Kwei Fei (1962) ... Lady Mei/Jiang Cai Pin When Fortune Smiles (1962) The Love Eterne (1963) ... Student The Adulteress (1963) ... Yang's Wife Return of the Phoenix (1963) ... Cheng Xue-E Mid-Nightmare (Part 2) (1963) Boundan (1963) Comedy of Mismatches (1964) ... Sun Zhuyi (Guest Star) Move Over, Darling (1965) Dawn Will Come (1966) ... Yan Qiurong The Assassin (1967) ... Nie Rong The Land of Many Perfumes (1968) ... Empress The Three Lucky Men (1969) Raw Passions (1969) ... Tao Ai Jun Dark Semester (1969) ... Lin Hui Wo The Lucky Trio Are Here Again (1970)

Planning (1 film) Love Rings a Bell (1977)

TV series

Year Title Role TVB Anniversary Awards Network
1976 Hotel Ching Wong Mei-or (TVB)
1977 A House Is Not a Home Sze Li Mo-yung (TVB)
1978 Conflict (TVB)
Below the Lion Rock (RTHK)
1979 The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Fong Yeung Hing-wan (TVB)
1980 Five Easy Pieces (TVB)
1982 Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils (TVB)
1984 The New Adventures of Chor Lau-heung Kam Tai-kwan (TVB)
1986 New Heavenly Sword and Dragon Sabre (TVB)
The Return of Luk Siu Fung (TVB)
Heir to the Throne Is... Koon Chung-yuen's mother (TVB)
1987 The Grand Canal Empress Dugu (TVB)
1988 The Final Verdict (TVB)
1989 The Justice of Life (TVB)
1991 Days of Glory (ATV)
The Cops Affairs (ATV)
Who is the Winner (ATV)
1992 Shanghai Godfather (ATV)
Who is the Winner II (ATV)
1993 Silver Tycoon (ATV)
Shanghai Godfather II (ATV)
1994 Movie Tycoon (ATV)
Midnight Lovers II (ATV)
1996 The Little Vagrant Lady II (ATV)
The Little Vagrant Lady (ATV)
The Good Old Days (ATV)
1997 The Pride of Chao Zhou (ATV)
2004 Love in a Miracle (ATV)
2005 Happy Family Bak Suet (ATV)
2006 Walled Village Mui Tsui-tsui (ATV)
2008 Moonlight Resonance Sheh Kwan-lai Nominated - Best Supporting Actress (Top 5) (TVB)
2010 When Lanes Merge Lei Suk-jing (TVB)
Can't Buy Me Love Kam Tai Fu Yan Nominated - My Favourite Female Character (Top 15) (TVB)
2012 The Greatness of a Hero On Lau-mui (TVB)


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