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Joey Meng

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Chinese name  萬綺雯 (traditional)
Name  Joey Meng
Ancestry  Chaozhou
Occupation  Actress
Spouse  Sap Sam Chan (m. 2000)
Pinyin  Wan Qiwen (Mandarin)
Height  1.71 m
Chinese name  万绮雯 (simplified)
Role  Actress

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Jyutping  Maan6 Yee 2-man4 (Cantonese)
Born  2 October 1970 (age 52) Hong Kong (1970-10-02)
Other name(s)  蚊蚊 (Man Man), Man Yee Man (萬二蚊), Sap Sam Man (十三萬)
Movies and TV shows  My Date with a Vampire, Inbound Troubles, A Change of Heart, Officer Geomancer, Fist of Fury
Similar People  Sap Sam Chan, Eric Wan, Bobby Au‑yeung, Alice Chan, Johnson Lee

Joey Meng 万绮雯

Joey Meng Yee-man born 2 October 1970 is a Hong Kong actress, model, and beauty spokesperson. She originally worked for ATV, but later moved over to TVB.


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Life and career

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After middle-school, Joey participated in the 1989 Miss Asia Pageant and emerged as first runner-up. She joined Hong Kong television station ATV on a contract that year. Meng is best known for her role as "Ma Siu-ling" in the My Date with a Vampire television series trilogy. In August 2000, she married Chan Sap-sam (the screenwriter of the My Date with a Vampire trilogy) in the United States after dating for about four months.

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By 2012, after over twenty years working with ATV, Joey didn't renew her contract and transferred over to ATV's competitor, TVB. Her first television drama was Inbound Troubles, which is 2013's highest-rated television drama for the first half of the year. By February 2015, Joey completed her contract with TVB and decided not to renew for some personal time away; she recently decided to work with TVB on a per-series basis to give herself the time and freedom to choose between projects and balance personal life.


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