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Chinese name  葛蘭 (traditional)
Origin  Hong Kong
Spouse  Fuquan Gao (m. 1961–2003)
Birth name  張玉芳
Role  Actress

Pinyin  Ge Lan (Mandarin)
Name  Grace Chang
Chinese name  葛兰 (simplified)
Occupation  Singer, Actress
Ancestry  Shanghai
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Born  June 13, 1933 (age 82) Shanghai (1933-06-13)
Albums  Pathe 100: The Series 15 Wo Yao Ni De Ai
Movies  The Wild, Wild Rose, Mambo Girl, Air Hostess
People also search for  Tsin Ting, Wong Tin-lam, Fuquan Gao, Wen Yi

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Grace Chang (born June 13, 1933), aka Gě Lán (葛蘭), is a Chinese actress and singer.


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Born in Shanghai, Chang moved with her family to Hong Kong in 1948.

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She was an actress from the Cathay Organisation with many successes from "It Blossoms Again" to "The Wild, Wild Rose" and "Mambo Girl".

Chang appeared in 33 films during her eleven-year acting career. Her last actual appearance was in 1964 though she has provided vocals for soundtracks.

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Grace was a Haining, Zhejiang native, born in Nanjing and grew up in Shanghai. Her stage name (葛蘭) is directly translated and taken from her English name (Grace). Grace began vocal training during her childhood years. She later moved to Hong Kong with her father in 1949 and began her career with Taishan Picture, where she starred in her debut show, “Seven Sisters” in 1952. Grace married Gao Fuquan in London in the year of 1961 and exited her filming career in 1964.


  • Seven Sisters (1953)
  • Red Bloom in the Snow (1954)
  • Blood-Stained Flowers (1954)
  • It Blossoms Again (1954)
  • Soldier of Fortune (1955)
  • Surprise (1956)
  • The ingenious Seduction (1956)
  • The Long Lane (1956)
  • Over the Rolling Hills (1956)
  • The Story of a Fur Coat (1956)
  • Mambo Girl (1957)
  • Booze, Boobs and Bucks (1957)
  • Love and Crime (1957)
  • Murder in the Night (1957)
  • Torrents of Desire (1958)
  • Golden Phoenix (1958)
  • Crimes of Passion (1959)
  • Spring Song (1959)
  • Air Hostess (1959)
  • Our Dream Car (1959)
  • My Darling Sister (1959)
  • The Girl With a Thousand Faces (1960)
  • The June Bride (1960)
  • Forever Yours (1960)
  • The Loving Couple (1960)
  • Miss Pony-Tail (1960)
  • The Wild, Wild Rose (1960)
  • Sun, Moon and Star (1961)
  • Sun, Moon and Star Part 2 (1961)
  • Because of Her (1963)
  • The Magic Lamp (1964)
  • A Story of Three Loves Part 1 (1964)
  • A Story of Three Loves Part 2 (1964)
  • The Hole (1998) (soundtrack only)
  • The Wayward Cloud (2005) (soundtrack only)
  • References

    Grace Chang Wikipedia

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