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Teresa Cheung (actress)

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Chinese name  章小蕙
Role  Actress
Children  Chloe Bee, Nicholas Bee
Name  Teresa Cheung
Movies  Colour Blossoms
Education  University of Toronto
Occupation  ActressFilm producer
Spouse  Kenny Bee (m. 1988–1999)

Teresa Cheung smiling and wearing a black sleeveless dress along with large earrings.

Other name(s)  Teresa Cheung Siu-waiZhang XiaohuiTeresa Bee
Nominations  Hong Kong Film Award for Best New Performer
Similar People  Kenny Bee, Yonfan, Oliver Stone, Fruit Chan, Albert Yeung

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Born  10 June 1963 (age 57), Hong Kong

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Teresa Cheung Siu-wai (Chinese: 章小蕙) (June 10, 1963) is a Los Angeles-based actress and producer.


Teresa Cheung smiling at a fan in an event while holding her purse and wearing a black sleeveless dress.

Early life

Teresa Cheung smiling and wearing a sexy light gray sleeveless dress along with a rosary on her neck.

Born in Hong Kong to parents of Shanghainese descent, Cheung appeared in her first advertisement at the age of three.

Teresa Cheung smiling at the cover of a movie poster and wearing a sexy pink sleeveless dress.

After relocating to Canada at age 15 with her family, she studied at the University of Toronto, majoring in Fine Arts History and English literature.

Teresa Cheung smiling closed mouth and carrying her shoulder bag and wearing a white sleeveless dress.

She moved to Los Angeles in 2006.


Teresa Cheung posing with her hair swept to the side and wearing a white floral, sleeveless dress.

Despite having no prior experience as a professional actor, Cheung was given a leading role in the 2004 film Colour Blossoms. Writer/director Yonfan stated that she was his inspiration for the film. Cheung received a number of awards and nominations for her role, only narrowly missing out on a Best Actress Award to Zhang Ziyi from the Hong Kong Film Critics Society.

Teresa Cheung posing with her hand in her waist and wearing a black floral bikini and high heels.

In 2005, Cheung signed with the China Central Television (CCTV), becoming the first female, Hong Kong-based actress to join the network artist management.

Teresa Cheung smiling closed mouth and wearing a white dress along with large earrings.

Diamond Trade Center invited Cheung to the Oscars 2006 Diamond Aquifer Suite Event at the Soho House in Los Angeles, making her the first Asian actress ever invited.

Teresa Cheung smiling and posing with Chen Yaomin and wearing a sleeveless black silk dress.

Cheung is credited as an executive producer on Oliver Stone's film, W., and has a Cameo role as the journalist "Miss China."

Personal life

Teresa Cheung posing with her hand in her waist and holding a golden bag while wearing a pink sleeveless shirt.

In 1988, Cheung married Hong Kong pop star and actor Kenny Bee. The couple divorced in 1997.


No.7 Cherry Lane as
Miaoyu the Nun & the Cat of Mrs May (voice)
Finding Shangri-La
W. as
Miss China
Nowhere (Short)
Color Blossoms as
Mei li
W. (executive producer)
Flipped Switch (TV Series) as
- Asian Excellence Awards: Part 1 (2008) - Self


Teresa Cheung (actress) Wikipedia