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Chinese name
何超儀 (traditional)

Years active
1994 - present

Chinese name
何超仪 (simplified)

Josie Ho

He Chaoyi (Mandarin)


Birth name
Josephine Ho Chiu-yi

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26 December 1974 (age 49) (

actress, singer (contralto)

Conroy Chan Chi-Chung (m. 2003)

Pansy Ho, Florinda Ho, Sabrina Ho Chiu Ying

Lucina Laam King Ying, Stanley Ho

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Josephine "Josie" Ho Chiu-yi (Chinese: 何超儀), born 26 December 1974) is a singer and actress from Hong Kong. She is the daughter of Macao casino magnate Stanley Ho.


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Acting career

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She has played many roles, including a few as prostitutes, which contrasted strongly with her own wealthy upbringing as a billionaire's daughter. For the film Exiled, Ho did not work with a script. Recalling the experience in a recent interview, she said of director Johnnie To, "[He] basically tells actors what to do ... Johnnie wants us to come to the set with our mind completely clean, like a white piece of paper. That way, he can draw whatever he wishes on us." Ho starred alongside Eason Chan in the Pang Ho-cheung directed slasher film, Dream Home.

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In 2009, Ho along with husband Conroy Chan, and Andrew Ooi, co-founded 852 Films, a film production company.

Personal life

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Ho is the youngest daughter of businessman Stanley Ho and Ho's second wife Lucina Laam. She has 3 elder sister and 1 younger brother Pansy, Daisy, Maisy and Lawrence.

In November 2003, Ho married musician-actor Conroy Chan Chi-chung in Australia.

She credits her eldest sister Pansy with supporting her early efforts to establish a singing career over the objections of their father.


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