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Fung Bo Bo

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Chinese name  馮寶寶 (traditional)
Name  Fung Bo
Chinese name  冯宝宝 (simplified)
Role  Actress
Origin  Zhongshan, Guangdong
Parents  Chan Wai Yu, Feng Feng
Years active  1959 – present

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Born  30 October 1954 (age 63) Sandakan, North Borneo (1954-10-30)
Spouse  Yung Yi Chuen (m. 1999), Chiu Joi Keung (m. 1977–1986)
Children  Chiu Kai-Ching, Roydon Chiu
Siblings  Alice Fung, Hark-On Fung, Feng Ji-Long
Movies  92 Legendary La Rose, Endless Love, The Eighth Happiness, Girls Without Tomorro, Girls Without Tomorrow
Similar People  Clifton Ko, Feng Feng, Alice Fung, Hark‑On Fung, David Chiang

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Petrina Fung Bo Bo (born 30 October 1954) is a Hong Kong actress.

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Career

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The daughter of Hong Kong actor Feng Feng, and the sister of actor Fung Hak-On, Fung Bo Bo started her career as a child actress. By the time she was 14, she had made more than 300 films, and was a noted stage performer across most of South East Asia.

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She then went to study in the United Kingdom, during which she met her future first husband, Chiu Joi Keung, who worked in finance.

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After a break of 15 years raising her family, and an impending divorce, in the late 1970s her friend Clifton Ko offered the leading role in television drama Wonder Mama. During the 1980s she starred in a series of historical television period drama's, including playing China's lone female emperor, Wu Zetian. She made her film comeback in 1986 in the comedy My Family, also written by and associated produced by Clifton Ko.

Personal life

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She has two sons from her first marriage to Chiu Joi Keung. She then married Malaysian businessman Yoong Siew Chuen in 1999, and moved to Penang Island. After divorcing her second husband in 2012, she returned to live in Hong Kong.

References

Fung Bo Bo Wikipedia