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Maggie Cheung Man-yuk (simplified Chinese: 张曼玉), born September 20, 1964) is a Hong Kong-born British actress mostly famous for her prolific career in UsefulNotes/HongKong in the 1980s and 1990s, with over 70 films to her credit. She has acted in Cantonese, Mandarin, English and French.

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Maggie Cheung Man-yuk (simplified Chinese: 张曼玉), (Chinese: 張曼玉), born September 20, 1964) is a Hong Kong-born British actress mostly famous for her prolific career in UsefulNotes/HongKong in the 1980s and 1990s, with over 70 films to her credit. She has acted in Cantonese, Mandarin, English and French.


Maggie Cheung Man-yuk (simplified Chinese 张曼玉), born September 20, 1964) is a Hong Kong-born British actress mostly famous for her prolific career in UsefulNotes/HongKong in the 1980s and 1990s, with over 70 films to her credit. She has acted in Cantonese, Mandarin, English and French.

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Maggie Cheung Man-yuk (simplified Chinese Chinese: 张曼玉), born September 20, 1964) is a Hong Kong-born British actress mostly famous for her prolific career in UsefulNotes/HongKong in the 1980s and 1990s, with over 70 films to her credit. She has acted in Cantonese, Mandarin, English and French.


Born in Hong Kong, she moved to Britain when she was 8 and returned to her native city at age 18, when she began working as a model. She had several cameos in movies starting in 1984, but her breakthrough as an actress came in 1988 when she played May (Creator/JackieChan's girlfriend) in the ''Film/PoliceStory'' franchise, and then co-starred in Creator/WongKarWai's film ''As Tears Go By''.

She collaborated again with Wong in several other movies, such as ''Days Of Being Wild'' (1990). She played the legendary Shanghai actress Creator/RuanLingyu in ''Film/{{Center Stage|1991}}'' (1991) and starred in a number of {{Wuxia}} films such as ''New Dragon Gate Inn'', ''Film/HeroicTrio'' and ''Film/GreenSnake''.

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Born in Hong Kong, she moved to Britain when she was 8 and returned to her native city at age 18, when she began working as a model. She had several cameos in movies starting in 1984, but her breakthrough as an actress came in 1988 when she played May (Creator/JackieChan's girlfriend) in the ''Film/PoliceStory'' franchise, and then co-starred in Creator/WongKarWai's film ''As Tears Go By''.''Film/AsTearsGoBy''.

She collaborated again with Wong in several other movies, such as ''Days Of Being Wild'' ''Film/DaysOfBeingWild'' (1990). She played the legendary Shanghai actress Creator/RuanLingyu in ''Film/{{Center Stage|1991}}'' (1991) and starred in a number of {{Wuxia}} films such as ''New Dragon Gate Inn'', ''Film/HeroicTrio'' and ''Film/GreenSnake''.


Maggie Cheung Man-yuk (AKA 張曼&#29577, born 20 September 1964) is a Chinese actress mostly famous for her prolific career in UsefulNotes/HongKong in the 1980s and 1990s, with over 70 films to her credit. She has acted in Cantonese, Mandarin, English and French.

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Maggie Cheung Man-yuk (AKA 張曼&#29577, (simplified Chinese 张曼玉), born 20 September 20, 1964) is a Chinese Hong Kong-born British actress mostly famous for her prolific career in UsefulNotes/HongKong in the 1980s and 1990s, with over 70 films to her credit. She has acted in Cantonese, Mandarin, English and French.


She collaborated again with Wong in several other movies, such as ''Days Of Being Wild'' (1990). She played the legendary Shanghai actress Ruan Lingyu in ''Center Stage'' (1993) and starred in a number of {{Wuxia}} films such as ''New Dragon Gate Inn'', ''Film/HeroicTrio'' and ''Film/GreenSnake''.

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She collaborated again with Wong in several other movies, such as ''Days Of Being Wild'' (1990). She played the legendary Shanghai actress Ruan Lingyu Creator/RuanLingyu in ''Center Stage'' (1993) ''Film/{{Center Stage|1991}}'' (1991) and starred in a number of {{Wuxia}} films such as ''New Dragon Gate Inn'', ''Film/HeroicTrio'' and ''Film/GreenSnake''.


Born in Hong Kong, she moved to Britain when she was 8 and returned to her native city at age 18, when she began working as a model. She had several cameos in movies starting in 1984, but her breakthrough as an actress came in 1988 when she played May (Creator/JackieChan's girlfriend) in the ''Police Story'' franchise, and then co-starred in Creator/WongKarWai's film ''As Tears Go By''.

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Born in Hong Kong, she moved to Britain when she was 8 and returned to her native city at age 18, when she began working as a model. She had several cameos in movies starting in 1984, but her breakthrough as an actress came in 1988 when she played May (Creator/JackieChan's girlfriend) in the ''Police Story'' ''Film/PoliceStory'' franchise, and then co-starred in Creator/WongKarWai's film ''As Tears Go By''.


Maggie Cheung (AKA 張曼玉 Jyutping: Zoeng1 Maan6 juk6) is a Chinese actress mostly famous for her prolific career in UsefulNotes/HongKong in the 1980s and 1990s, with over 70 films to her credit. She has acted in Cantonese, Mandarin, English and French.

Born in Hong Kong in 1964, she moved to Britain when she was 8 and returned to her native city at age 18, when she began working as a model. She had several cameos in movies starting in 1984, but her breakthrough as an actress came in 1988 when she played May (Creator/JackieChan's girlfriend) in the ''Police Story'' franchise, and then co-starred in Creator/WongKarWai's film ''As Tears Go By''.

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Maggie Cheung Man-yuk (AKA 張曼玉 Jyutping: Zoeng1 Maan6 juk6) 張曼&#29577, born 20 September 1964) is a Chinese actress mostly famous for her prolific career in UsefulNotes/HongKong in the 1980s and 1990s, with over 70 films to her credit. She has acted in Cantonese, Mandarin, English and French.

Born in Hong Kong in 1964, Kong, she moved to Britain when she was 8 and returned to her native city at age 18, when she began working as a model. She had several cameos in movies starting in 1984, but her breakthrough as an actress came in 1988 when she played May (Creator/JackieChan's girlfriend) in the ''Police Story'' franchise, and then co-starred in Creator/WongKarWai's film ''As Tears Go By''.


Maggie Cheung (AKA 張曼玉 Jyutping: Zoeng1 Maan6 juk6) is a Chinese actress mostly famous for her prolific career in HongKong in the 1980s and 1990s, with over 70 films to her credit. She has acted in Cantonese, Mandarin, English and French.

Born in UsefulNotes/HongKong in 1964, she moved to Britain when she was 8 and returned to her native city at age 18, when she began working as a model. She had several cameos in movies starting in 1984, but her breakthrough as an actress came in 1988 when she played May (Creator/JackieChan's girlfriend) in the ''Police Story'' franchise, and then co-starred in Creator/WongKarWai's film ''As Tears Go By''.

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Maggie Cheung (AKA 張曼玉 Jyutping: Zoeng1 Maan6 juk6) is a Chinese actress mostly famous for her prolific career in HongKong UsefulNotes/HongKong in the 1980s and 1990s, with over 70 films to her credit. She has acted in Cantonese, Mandarin, English and French.

Born in UsefulNotes/HongKong Hong Kong in 1964, she moved to Britain when she was 8 and returned to her native city at age 18, when she began working as a model. She had several cameos in movies starting in 1984, but her breakthrough as an actress came in 1988 when she played May (Creator/JackieChan's girlfriend) in the ''Police Story'' franchise, and then co-starred in Creator/WongKarWai's film ''As Tears Go By''.


In 1996, she played [[AsHimself herself]] in ''Film/IrmaVep'', during which she started a relationship with the director, Olivier Assayas. She also played in another French movie in 1999, ''Augustin Roi Du Kung-Fu'' while continuing her acting career in Hong Kong (''Comrades, Almost A Love Story'' in 1996, ''The Soong Sisters'' and ''Chinese Box'' in 1997, ''Film/InTheMoodForLove'' in 2000). She played in ''Film/{{Hero}}'' in 2002 alongside JetLi, Creator/TonyLeung and ZhangZiyi, and reunited with Assayas on ''Film/{{Clean}}'' in 2004.

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In 1996, she played [[AsHimself herself]] in ''Film/IrmaVep'', during which she started a relationship with the director, Olivier Assayas. She also played in another French movie in 1999, ''Augustin Roi Du Kung-Fu'' while continuing her acting career in Hong Kong (''Comrades, Almost A Love Story'' in 1996, ''The Soong Sisters'' and ''Chinese Box'' ''Film/ChineseBox'' in 1997, ''Film/InTheMoodForLove'' in 2000). She played in ''Film/{{Hero}}'' in 2002 alongside JetLi, Creator/JetLi, Creator/TonyLeung and ZhangZiyi, Creator/ZhangZiyi, and reunited with Assayas on ''Film/{{Clean}}'' in 2004.


Born in UsefulNotes/HongKong in 1964, she moved to Britain when she was 8 and returned to her native city at age 18, when she began working as a model. She had several cameos in movies starting in 1984, but her breakthrough as an actress came in 1988 when she played May (Creator/JackieChan's girlfriend) in the ''Police Story'' franchise, and then co-starred in WongKarWai's film ''As Tears Go By''.

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Born in UsefulNotes/HongKong in 1964, she moved to Britain when she was 8 and returned to her native city at age 18, when she began working as a model. She had several cameos in movies starting in 1984, but her breakthrough as an actress came in 1988 when she played May (Creator/JackieChan's girlfriend) in the ''Police Story'' franchise, and then co-starred in WongKarWai's Creator/WongKarWai's film ''As Tears Go By''.


Born in UsefulNotes/HongKong in 1964, she moved to Britain when she was 8 and returned to her native city at age 18, when she began working as a model. She had several cameos in movies starting in 1984, but her breakthrough as an actress came in 1988 when she played May (JackieChan's girlfriend) in the ''Police Story'' franchise, and then co-starred in WongKarWai's film ''As Tears Go By''.

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Born in UsefulNotes/HongKong in 1964, she moved to Britain when she was 8 and returned to her native city at age 18, when she began working as a model. She had several cameos in movies starting in 1984, but her breakthrough as an actress came in 1988 when she played May (JackieChan's (Creator/JackieChan's girlfriend) in the ''Police Story'' franchise, and then co-starred in WongKarWai's film ''As Tears Go By''.

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Maggie Cheung (AKA 張曼玉 Jyutping: Zoeng1 Maan6 juk6) is a Chinese actress mostly famous for her prolific career in HongKong in the 1980s and 1990s, with over 70 films to her credit. She has acted in Cantonese, Mandarin, English and French.

Born in UsefulNotes/HongKong in 1964, she moved to Britain when she was 8 and returned to her native city at age 18, when she began working as a model. She had several cameos in movies starting in 1984, but her breakthrough as an actress came in 1988 when she played May (JackieChan's girlfriend) in the ''Police Story'' franchise, and then co-starred in WongKarWai's film ''As Tears Go By''.

She collaborated again with Wong in several other movies, such as ''Days Of Being Wild'' (1990). She played the legendary Shanghai actress Ruan Lingyu in ''Center Stage'' (1993) and starred in a number of {{Wuxia}} films such as ''New Dragon Gate Inn'', ''Film/HeroicTrio'' and ''Film/GreenSnake''.

In 1996, she played [[AsHimself herself]] in ''Film/IrmaVep'', during which she started a relationship with the director, Olivier Assayas. She also played in another French movie in 1999, ''Augustin Roi Du Kung-Fu'' while continuing her acting career in Hong Kong (''Comrades, Almost A Love Story'' in 1996, ''The Soong Sisters'' and ''Chinese Box'' in 1997, ''Film/InTheMoodForLove'' in 2000). She played in ''Film/{{Hero}}'' in 2002 alongside JetLi, Creator/TonyLeung and ZhangZiyi, and reunited with Assayas on ''Film/{{Clean}}'' in 2004.

She has allowed her career to slow down since 2004, though she has played in a few more movies since then, and had a cameo (deleted in the final cut) in ''Film/InglouriousBasterds''.
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