|Name Jacqueline Law|
Role Television actress
|Died June 30, 2012, Singapore|
|Movies Remains of a Woman, Night and Fog, When Beckham Met Owen|
Similar People Clarence Fok, Ann Hui, Wong Jing, Adam Wong
Jacqueline Law (Chinese: 羅慧娟) (October 10, 1966 – June 30, 2012) was a Hong Kong television and film actress.
Law's older brother was an actor for TVB during the 1980s. In 1987, Law launched her own acting career at the age of 17. Despite her lack of professional acting experience at the time, Law was cast in a lead role in the 1987 Hong Kong television series The Legend of the Book and the Sword. She portrayed Fok-ching-tung in the series, a television adaptation of Louis Cha's The Book and the Sword, which marked her first dramatic role.
Law dated Singaporean magnate and businessman Liu Chee Ming for eleven years. The couple married in 2008.
Her diagnosis with pancreatic cancer led to her retirement from acting. Law held a farewell party in February 2012 before moving to Singapore with her husband for treatment. Guests, composed of twenty friends, included actresses Kitty Lai, Sheren Tang, and Monica Chan. Law died at her home in Singapore on June 30, 2012, at the age of 45.