|Chinese name 文頌嫻|
Name Annie Man
Chinese name 文頌嫻 (traditional)
|Chinese name 文颂娴 (simplified)|
Spouse Jason Lee (m. 2012)
Years active 1993 - present
Children Jaime Man
|Born 20 July 1976 (age 39)Hong Kong (1976-07-20) |
Label(s) ATV (1993-1999)TVB (2000-2006)
Movies and TV shows Take My Word For It, Hong Kong Bronx, The Gateau Affairs, A Pillow Case of Mystery, Perish In the Name of Love
Similar People Frankie Lam, Noel Leung, Kenix Kwok, Eric Wan, Angela Tong
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Annie Man Chung-Han (Chinese: 文頌嫻), born 20 July 1976, is an actress from Hong Kong.
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- 12 Annie Man beautiful actress photo
- ATV 1993 1999
- TVB 1999 2005
- China Mainland 2008 Present
- Personal life
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She started her career in television series in 1993 at the age of 16 at ATV. After spending 6 years at ATV, Annie transferred to the biggest television broadcasting company in Hong Kong--TVB in 2000. In 2005, Man ended her corporation with TVB where her first-team place was lost, and looked forward to retrieving her career in Mainland China.
She played the role of a girl with a developmental disability in the 1997 film Mad Stylist directed by Stephen Yip.
ATV (1993 - 1999)
Throughout her 6 years at ATV, Man has appeared in a total of 22 series and took on the lead role on numerous occasions. In 1998, she was even voted by fans as one of the top 10 actresses in ATV.
List of ATV series with Annie's appearance:
TVB (1999 - 2005)
Shortly after signing on with TVB, Annie was cast into a major series, The Legendary Four Aces where she played a prominent role. Her major break came in 2001 when she was cast as the lead actress in Colourful Life alongside Frankie Lam (whom she had previously partnered with at ATV). Annie's character in the series, the lovable princess with a heart of gold called Dun Zhu (顿珠), had such a lasting memory on the audience that she became instantly recognised by the name of her character.
Later in the same year, she took on yet another lead role in Whatever It Takes (co-starring Benny Chan). Despite being seen by many as a promising young actress, her talents had not been recognised and she was thereafter reduced to supporting roles.
During her years at TVB, Annie has appeared in 13 TV series as well as making guest appearances at various host shows.
China Mainland (2008 - Present)
On March 2, 2012, Annie married a businessman, Jason Lee.
On August 20, 2012, Annie gave birth to a daughter, Jaime.