Michelle Yeoh Net Worth

Michelle Yeoh Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Yeoh Chu-Kheng net worth is
$40 Million

Yeoh Chu-Kheng Wiki Biography

Born as Yang Zi Qiong on 6th August 1962, in Ipoh, Malaysia, she is an accomplished actress, famous in markets across the world as one of the most well-known female action stars, known for appearing in such action flicks as “Tomorrow Never Dies” (1997), “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” (2000), and “Sunshine” (2007).

Have you ever wondered how much Michelle Yeoh is worth? According to authoritative sources, Yeoh’s net worth is estimated to be over $40 million, earned through her long career as an action star now spanning more than 30 years.

Michelle Yeoh Net Worth $40 Million

Yeoh was raised in Ipoh, but at age 15 her family moved to the United Kingdom where she was educated at a boarding school. Later, she attended the Royal Academy of Dancing intending on majoring in ballet, but unfortunately suffered a spinal injury and was forced to give up her dreams of being a dancer, and instead graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Creative Arts.

In 1983, Yeoh was crowned Miss Malaysia, and the same year went on to represent Malaysia at the Queen of the Pacific pageant, and also won the crown there, then represented Malaysia at the Miss World pageant. Being a beauty queen quickly led to television, when she starred alongside Jackie Chan in a string of commercials. From these, she was given a multi-film contract by D&B Productions, which would prove to be the beginning of her considerable net worth.

She starred in a few films during the 80s, most notably “Yes, Madam” (1985), mostly action and martial-arts films, and Yeoh made a name for herself by getting in peak shape and performing her own stunts. She retired from acting briefly, before returning in 1992 in the Jackie Chan film “Police Story III: Supercop” (1992), which cemented her place as a top Asian action star, and she continued starring in various action films throughout the 90s. This culminated with the release of the James Bond film “Tomorrow Never Dies” (1997), starring opposite Pierce Brosnan.

In 2000, Yeoh gained her most famous role to date, in the martial arts movie “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000); she received much critical acclaim from the film, and it is still her most successful role. The movie greatly contributed to her wealth, and led to her receiving a role in the film “Memoirs of a Geisha” (2005). This also gained her praise from critics, and added to her net worth.

Yeoh continued to make action movies into the late 2000s, starring alongside Brendan Fraser and Jet Li in “The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor” (2008). She has also recently started to branch out into television, getting her first role in the show “Strike Back” (2015). She is also set to play Federation Captain Georgiou of the Shenzhou in the new series, “Star Trek Discovery” (2017).

Regarding her personal life, Michelle was married to Dickson Poon from 1988 to 1992; Poon was the CEO of D&B Productions, the same company that gave Yeoh her first acting roles. She has been partnered with Jean Todt since 2002. She is also a Buddhist.

Full NameMichelle Yeoh
Net Worth$40 Million
Date Of BirthAugust 6, 1962
Place Of BirthIpoh, Perak, Malaysia
Height5' 4" (1.63 m)
EducationRoyal Academy of Dance, Royal Academy of Arts
SpouseDickson Poon (m. 1988–1992)
ParentsYeoh Kian Teik, Janet Yeoh
SiblingsRobert Yeoh, Lam Hoe Yeoh
PartnerJean Todt, Jean Todt
AwardsAsian Film Award for Excellence in Asian Cinema
NominationsHong Kong Film Award for Best Actress, MTV Movie Award for Best Fight, Hong Kong Film Award for Best Supporting Actress, Hong Kong Film Award for Best New Performer, Asian Film Award for Best Actress, BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, Satellite Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture...
MoviesCrouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny, Mechanic: Resurrection, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Tomorrow Never Dies, The Lady, Reign of Assassins, The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, Police Story 3: Super Cop, Final Recipe, Memoirs of a Geisha, Yes, Madam, Babylon A.D., Morgan, Sunshine...
TV ShowsStar Trek: Discovery
1I gathered as much reading material about Aung San Suu Kyi and about Burma as I could. And I read every article and every book she had written. I also had 200 hours of footage of her to watch. I tried to discover who were her heroes and where he desire and strength to pursue democracy in a non-violent fashion came from.
2As an actor, you can't just imitate someone. You have to get under her skin.
3It's all choreographed; it's a routine. So I told everyone I really wanted to try fighting in action films. I had no stunt experience, but I had the dance background, and I was very agile and coordinated. And the best thing about being a newcomer to acting is you can afford to try new things.
4It was like baptism by fire. There was no school for studying acting. You just have to take it upon yourself to learn from your peers. It's about opening your eyes, listening, and watching.
5It's our responsibility as filmmakers to tell a story that's a human drama.
6I had an amazing teacher, who was Burmese, and she was living in Paris at the time, and she is one of very few who doesn't actually receive a credit in the film because she still has family over there.
7I've taken this year to concentrate fully on the promotion of 'The Lady.' This movie has been so meaningful; until we have premiered in every part of the world and encouraged as many people as possible to shine the spotlight on the Burmese people and Daw Suu, I will not have a next project.
8I want to be there for all those who are left behind in this world, whether it's because they are born poor, born a woman, or born in an area affected by devastation.
9'The Lady' is an incredible love story about how a family was cut off from each other, about sacrifice, about the ability to put the needs of million of people before your own.
10I think that learning Burmese has to have been one of the most challenging things that I have had to do for a movie.
11It's very important that I'm approaching a character that I've either not played before, or I can give it a different take.
12If you were ever a ballerina, you know the pain: just to be able to look like it's all so light, but when they take off their shoes, it's all bloody.
13We have to make movies where we do not think this is for the American market or this is for the Chinese market. We have to make a good movie that anyone would just want to sit down and watch because love, language, culture transcend everything.
14With an award like the Asian Film Awards, we've sent a message saying that 'Asian Cinema is here, it matters, and more importantly, we are all part of the same fraternity!' The AFA is truly, then, an award for Asia, by Asia.
15I have very supportive parents who said, 'Go and do what you want to do. Home is always here for you, and if you don't like it out there, come back. You can always do something different.' So when you have an option like that, you are able to choose roles or choose the things you want to be in.
16When you face up to bad things in the past, the most important thing is not to allow them to happen today or in the future, and as storytellers, we must play our part in that.
17In Europe and America, you never see a director pick up a camera. They all sit behind monitors.
18Raising awareness for Nepal was and still is an important role for me.
19When it is real person, especially who means so much to millions of people, you have an obligation, you cannot take liberties, you cannot pretend to know. But we are telling the love story of Michael Aris and his wife, the story of a beautiful, lush country, and the emotions of a mother.
20Playing a sinner is very liberating!
21When I made my first film, it was just an adventure. But after my first movie, I guess I got more of a feeling of what was happening around me.
22Every time I choose to do a movie, I make the decision because of what I think I can learn from it.
23Unfortunately, many parents reject helmets for their kids out of a mistaken perception that helmets are unsafe for children.
24The first one I did was an action film with Sammo Hung and George Lam, but I had the usual female role for that time: you know, damsel in distress, rescued by the hero.
25Today, tomorrow and every day, we will see at least 2,000 young children killed or seriously injured on the world's roads. This is unacceptable, preventable, and we have to stop it. We have the vaccines for this disease: helmets, seat belts, speed enforcement, safe road design. We just need to use them.
26Sometimes when I'm on the phone, someone will say, 'Yes, Mr. Yeoh.' And I'm thinking, 'I'm not Mr. Yeoh, man.'
27When someone acknowledges you for something that they think about you, it's a huge compliment.
28I gravitate towards roles where women find strength in very difficult, uncompromising situations but maintain clarity in mind, discipline at heart, and a certain strength in spirit.
29Jackie Chan is like a big bro to me.
30I love my martial arts and action movies. They give another dimension to the acting world: the emotional plus the physical.
31I love action films, and to be able to put together 'Silver Hawk' was so exciting.
32I don't plan to go out and do action or not do action.
33I did ballet, piano and all that - my brother did martial arts, my passion.
34I believe all of us want to do good for our country.
35When you're a teenager, you could do a lot more crazy things, and your body recovers faster.
36I went to the Gobi Desert, even though I had no scenes there. This is the greatness of China, the landscape, even for us.
37Movies cater to what the audiences want.
38Action shouldn't just be seeing all those crashes. You can blow up a cathedral; next time you blow up the Great Wall of China, and then what? But when you're in love with your characters, the smallest action becomes an important action.
39Why do we have 'Transformers 5 or 6?' Because young kids will go and see it four or five times.
40In one take, I had to do 24 combat sequences, which is hard. It makes you think, 'I'd better get on my toes again.'
41Acting is not just impersonating your character.
42There might never be another 'Crouching Tiger.' There might be something that's even better than 'Crouching Tiger.'
43I was struck by Suu Kyi's warmth and generosity. No matter how petite she looks, she exudes amazing strength. More than anything else, I felt like I already knew her, like she was an old friend, because I'd been watching her so intently, and she was exactly what I had figured she would be.
44Playing Aung San Suu Kyi was a journey in itself. She represents many things for many people and for many reasons. Although I have played many important roles in my life, I can say that this role has been a journey of self-realization.
45They won't take you seriously because you are a girl. These guys had to understand that you are just as tough as them, and you have to take them on.
46Some of the martial arts films, the motivation is about martial arts. That's where it's coming from. It is a visual, commercial film, to showcase the next stunt, the biggest thing. And character development becomes a side thing.
47Martial arts is something you can learn or pick up and think you could do really well.
48On 'Far North,' we were always aware of being at the whim of mother nature. She's the biggest star in the film.
49We all learn every day, and that's the magic about film making.
50It's very important for us all to understand that we are interconnected and we need to hold hands together, especially when the going gets tough.
51Before you get into the mind, you have to inhabit the physicality. Body language is a great way of speaking.
52San Suu's story will always involve politics, but the essence is the love story.
53It's so important for me to do my own stunts. The sense of achievement is so immense. But the studios don't want to take the risk.
54It can only be true love when you enable your other half to be better, to be the person they're destined to be.
55Body language is more fascinating to me than actual language.
56I'm terrible on the phone. I just text my friends and family and say, 'Hey, I'm in town.'
57The beauty about being a producer is you sit there, and you explore ideas which become a passion, which slowly becomes a reality.
58In a movie, that's the only time when you're allowed these kind of fantasies to be lived. Being able to look so cool and be able to fight five bad guys and take them down. When can you do that?
59Sometimes, being a girl away from home - it gets to you.
60As an actress, you know there are limitations on what you can do creatively.
61'Crouching Tiger,' of course, was a very dramatic role for me, and the fighting was very serious.
62As producers, we can influence where the budget goes, but only the director really controls what tone, what type of movie you are trying to make.
63You never know whether the subject matter will click with the audience at that particular time. I wish there was a formula, you know, 'That plus that equals success.'
64For an actress, everything is always fine - you are looked after, you have your trailer, and everything provided. But the crew are the ones out there in the wilds all the time, hours before and after us.
65Every time you do a movie, it's important for your career, your reputation.
66The Asia and the Pacific region is facing an epidemic of road death and injury, but we also have innovative Asian road safety solutions.
67There is so much we can do to save lives on our roads.
68There is no guaranteed formula. And that's one of the interesting things about film making. You could put $115 million in, and it doesn't guarantee success.
69Your timing has to be very accurate. I've done a lot of wire work before. I can see that experience makes a big difference.
70You have to have integrity.
71I thoroughly enjoy a good hot bath. That is my ultimate luxury.
72As a producer, what you want to do is make the next hit. But you also want to lead the audience into wanting to watch different movies. You have to vary your content.
73I always thought of myself as James Bond.
74When a movie becomes very successful, it's automatic that people will start thinking a sequel, a prequel, a quel-quel.
75I kick and punch quite hard, and it surprises people.
76Let's empower men and help them take a stand to stop acts of violence against women.
77When men have a smile on their faces, that does a lot for me.
78This world belongs to all of us, and all sexes should be able to live in respect and harmony.
79I stretch and do my squats when I brush my teeth.
80My grandmother had flawless skin just from using basic skincare - an old herbal remedy in the form of a white powder and cream. I don't actually know what was in it because when you're young, you're not interested in skincare, and I didn't want to walk around the house with a white face.
81My mother is a very big cinema buff, so as a kid, we watched a lot of Indian and Malay films.
82I'm not a fashion victim, and I don't closely follow trends. I dress the way I feel comfortable because, at the end of the day, you have to be comfortable.
83India is a great talent pool of actors. I see Freida Pinto making it big in Hollywood, and I am sure many others can also make it.
84I don't like cutting my hair. I did that once, and my mum thought I was a boy.
85When you love someone, you don't try to change them.
86I grew up in Malaysia, and Bollywood is really big there. As a result, I've grown up watching a lot of Hindi movies.
87When I watch myself on-screen, I always look for the flaws.
88If I only get to play Malaysian roles, there wouldn't be very many roles for me to play.
89I have done many films across the globe and would love to be a part of Bollywood, but the script must have a strong character for me.
90In many ways, I feel I'm still as physically fit as I was 20 years ago because I've always been athletic.
91As an actor, you hope to find roles that are challenging to you as an artist. Then if you are truly blessed, you will find that it also carries a message that you can impart to your audience.
92To be a geisha, you have to have to an iron-clad layer around you - around your physical body and your heart.
93Martial arts is just practice. Being a geisha requires complete control.
94I have people who love me and people that I love and a man that I love. So in that sense, I feel that I'm pretty well rounded.
95I believe that the director is really the soul. It is a collaborative effort, but the director is the one who needs to have that vision. It could be a great script, but it starts from there. You need to have good material, at least, but if you don't have someone with vision, it's just words.
96Wai Lin is the first Bond Girl who is on a par with Bond, someone who can match up with him mentally and physically. From the moment our characters see each other, there is a wariness and a recognition that this person is not who she or he seems to be.
97I have been presented with roles with demand not just a physical ability but mental disciplines as well. Memoirs of a Geisha (2005) was not so much about physical exertion... it was much more graceful and contained than that.
98If you read a lot of Chinese literature, there has always been very strong women figures - warriors, swordswomen - who defended honor and loyalty with the men. So, it's not new to our culture - it's always been very much a part of it. It's good that now the Western audience would have a different image of the Chinese women.
99My career in the movie business began in Hong Kong, my heart has always been tied to Asia, and it is immensely gratifying to see international recognition for Asian cinema as a whole.
100[on playing Aung San Suu Kyi in The Lady (2011)] If there is one thing I learned from this experience it's you need to believe in people, and their ability to grow and to change. You can never give up hope.
101I prefer to be kicked four or five times well, you know, hard, than twenty or twenty five times not so good...
102In Asia, we constantly play Koreans, Malay, Chinese. We do not question that, as you do not question an Englishman playing an American or a German.
103Learning how to walk in a kimono was an art form in itself - if you didn't learn to do it properly it was like dragging a dead cat across the floor! We had to walk with a piece of paper between your knees and a tea tray balanced on your head.
104The reason why I decided to wait two years after the Bond movie, and to work with Ang Lee in a martial arts movie, is because I really believe that this genre deserves more respect and dignity than it's ever been given. Before, people saw it as a fairy tale; they felt they could take it easy. But it shouldn't be about that. It's so steeped in our culture, it should have more depth to it. It's never easy to find that balance, when it's such a magical type of film, to make you accept our soaring to the skies . . . it was a risk, but when we did this movie, it was for a Western audience.
1Only the second Asian actress to play the major James Bond girl in Tomorrow Never Dies (1997). The first one was Mie Hama in You Only Live Twice (1967), thirty years earlier.
2In October 2007, was named a Chevalier of the French Legion d'Honneur, for her contributions to international culture.
3Was a very close friend to Anita Mui since early 90s. She also hosted a memorial event for Mui in 2007.
4Member of the jury at the Berlin International Film Festival in 1999.
5In 2001, she was given the title of "dato'" by the Sultan of Perak, her native state. "Dato'" is an honorary Malaysian title somewhat like an English knighthood, and it lies below the ranks of "Dato' Seri," "Tan Sri" and "Tun."
6Member of the jury at the Cannes Film Festival in 2002.
7She speaks 3 languages, English, Malay and Cantonese. However, she can't read Chinese and relies on pinyin (a system of phonetic notation) to pronounce words. In Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000), she uses pinyin to recite her lines (with help from Mandarin speaking crew members) in Mandarin as she doesn't speak the language.
8She is currently engaged to Jean Todt, who became the President of Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile in 2009. [2008]
9Surname, "Yeoh" is pronounced "yo".
10Released a single CD in 1993, "Love Quite Like a Comet", from her movie San lau sing woo dip gim (1993).
11Highest paid actress in Asia.
12One of the highest paid Chinese-language actresses in the world.
13Has a Bachelor's Degree in Dance from the Royal Academy of Dance (London, England).
14Fought her way to the top in the male-dominated genre of Hong Kong action films, where she has been known for years as the "queen of martial arts".
15Miss Malaysia [1983]
16A former Miss Malaysia, she got her start in acting in a commercial with Jackie Chan.
17One of the only female stars whom Jackie Chan lets do her own stunts.
18Chosen by "People" magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World. [1997]


Mawas2018pre-productionChen Wen
Blazing Samurai2017announcedYuki (voice)
Star Trek: Discovery2017TV Series pre-productionCaptain Georgiou
Crazy Rich AsiansfilmingEleanor Young
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 22017Aleta Ogord
Morgan2016Dr. Lui Cheng
Mechanic: Resurrection2016Mei
Marco Polo2016TV SeriesLotus
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny2016Yu
Strike Back2015TV SeriesMei Foster / Li-Na
Final Recipe2013Julia
The Lady2011Aung San Suu Kyi
Kung Fu Panda 22011Soothsayer (voice)
Jian yu2010Zeng Jing
Su Qi-er2010Dr. Yu
Purple Mountain2008
Babylon A.D.2008Sister Rebeka
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor2008Zi Yuan
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor2008Video GameZi Juan (voice)
The Children of Huang Shi2008Mrs. Wang
Far North2007Saiva
Fearless2006Miss Yang (uncredited)
Memoirs of a Geisha2005Mameha
Fei Ying2004Silver Hawk / Lulu
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon2003Video GameYu Shu Lien
Tian mai zhuan qi2002Pak Yin Fay
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon2000Yu Shu Lien
Sing yuet tung wa1999Michelle
Tomorrow Never Dies1997Wai Lin
Song jia huang chao1997Soong Ai-ling Madam Kung (as Michelle Khan)
A Jin de gu shi1996Ah Kam
Shao Lin xiao zi II: Xin wu long yuan1994Ah King
7 jin gong1994Ying
Wing Chun1994Yim Wing Chun
Tai-Chi Master1993Siu Lin
Supercop 21993Jessica Yang
Jin doi hou hap cyun1993Ching / San / Carol
Wu xia qi gong zhu1993Mon Ching Sze / To Col Ching (as Chi-King Yeung)
Dong fang san xia1993Ching / Invisible Woman / Number 3 (as Michelle Khan)
San lau sing woo dip gim1993Lady Ko
Supercop1992Insp. Jessica Yang, Director of INTERPOL (as Michelle Khan)
Tong tian da dao1987Michelle Yeung Ling
Zhong hua zhan shi1987Fok Ming-Ming
Wong ga jin si1986Michelle Yip, HK CID (as Michelle Khan)
Huang jia shi jie1985Inspector Ng
Xia ri fu xing1985Judo Instructor
Mao tou ying yu xiao fei xiang1984Miss Yeung


Final Recipe2013executive producer
Pad Yatra: A Green Odyssey2012Documentary executive producer
Yao tiao shen shi2009supervising producer
Fei Ying2004executive producer / producer
Tian mai zhuan qi2002producer


Tian mai zhuan qi2002story


Morning Star2014/IVShort special thanks short special thanks
Fearless2006special thanks
Top Fighter 21996Video documentary thanks


Lu Yu You Yue2016TV SeriesHerself
Michelle Yeoh: Secret Ally2016Video shortHerself
Dragon Girls2016DocumentaryHerself
Last Call with Carson Daly2016TV SeriesHerself
61º Festival Internacional de Cine de San Sebastián - Gala de inauguración2013TV SpecialHerself - Presenter
Hari Malaysia2013Video shortHerself
The Hour2012TV SeriesHerself
Janela Indiscreta2012TV SeriesHerself
C à vous2011TV SeriesHerself
Rencontres de cinéma2011TV SeriesHerself
On n'est pas couché2011TV SeriesHerself
Thé ou café2011TV SeriesHerself
Vivement dimanche prochain2011TV SeriesHerself
Fucking Kassovitz2011Video documentaryHerself
Vivement dimanche2010TV SeriesHerself (Interview)
Rose, c'est Paris2010TV MovieHerself
The Movie Loft2009TV SeriesHerself
The Making of 'The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor'2008Video shortHerself
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson2005-2008TV SeriesHerself
HBO First Look2008TV Series documentary shortHerself
Le grand journal de Canal+2006-2008TV Series documentaryHerself
DP/30: Conversations About Movies2007TV SeriesHerself
Shootout2006TV SeriesHerself
GMTV2006TV SeriesHerself
MovieReal: Memoirs of a Geisha2005TV Movie documentaryHerself
Today2005TV SeriesHerself
The View2005TV SeriesHerself
The Daily Show2005TV SeriesHerself
On the Set: Memoirs of a Geisha2005TV Movie documentaryHerself / Mameha
Hong Kong Stories2003Video documentaryHerself
MTV Whatever Things2003TV SeriesHerself (2004)
Je suis venu(e) vous dire2003TV Series shortHerself
Bond Girls Are Forever2002TV Movie documentaryHerself
Rank2002TV Series documentaryHerself
Grit & Polish: Heroines from Hong Kong2001Documentary shortHerself
The 73rd Annual Academy Awards2001TV SpecialHerself - Co-Presenter: Best Visual Effects
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno2001TV SeriesHerself
2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards2000TV Special documentaryHerself
Tomorrow Never Dies: Special FX Reel1998Video documentary shortHerself
Jackie Chan: My Story1998Video documentaryHerself
Howard Stern1998TV SeriesHerself
Highly Classified: The World of 0071998Video documentaryHerself
Countdown to Tomorrow1997DocumentaryHerself / Wailin
Showbuzz1997TV SeriesHerself
The Secrets of 007: The James Bond Files1997TV Movie documentaryHerself
Late Show with David Letterman1997TV SeriesHerself
The Rosie O'Donnell Show1996-1997TV SeriesHerself
James Bond: Shaken and Stirred1997TV Movie documentaryHerself
Top Fighter 21996Video documentaryHerself

Archive Footage

Edición Especial Coleccionista2011TV SeriesInsp. Jessica Yang
Ban the Sadist Videos! Part 22006Video documentaryHerself
101 Sexiest Celebrity Bodies2005TV MovieHerself - Place #70
Best Ever Bond2002TV Movie documentaryHerself (uncredited)
Ultimate Fights from the Movies2002Video documentaryYu Sau Lien (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon)
Masters of the Martial Arts Presented by Wesley Snipes1998TV Movie documentaryHerself

Won Awards

2015Cinema Legend AwardSingapore International Film Festival
2013Lifetime Achievement AwardASEAN International Film Festival and Awards
2013Outstanding Contribution to Asian CinemaAsian Film Awards
2012BTVA Feature Film Voice Acting AwardBehind the Voice Actors AwardsBest Vocal Ensemble in a Feature FilmKung Fu Panda 2 (2011)
2001ShoWest AwardShoWest Convention, USAInternational Star of the Year
1998Asian Media AwardAsian American International Film Festival

Nominated Awards

2011Asian Film AwardAsian Film AwardsBest ActressJian yu (2010)
2011People's Choice AwardAsian Film AwardsFavorite ActressJian yu (2010)
2011Huabiao Film AwardHuabiao Film AwardsOutstanding Abroad ActressJian yu (2010)
2011Huading AwardHuading AwardBest Actress in a Motion PictureSu Qi-er (2010)
2011Satellite AwardSatellite AwardsBest Actress in a Motion PictureThe Lady (2011)
2001BAFTA Film AwardBAFTA AwardsBest Performance by an Actress in a Leading RoleWo hu cang long (2000)
2001Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest ActressWo hu cang long (2000)
2001Blockbuster Entertainment AwardBlockbuster Entertainment AwardsFavorite Action Team (Internet Only)Wo hu cang long (2000)
2001Chlotrudis AwardChlotrudis AwardsBest ActressWo hu cang long (2000)
2001Hong Kong Film AwardHong Kong Film AwardsBest ActressWo hu cang long (2000)
2001OFTA Film AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest ActressWo hu cang long (2000)
2001VFCC AwardVancouver Film Critics CircleBest ActressWo hu cang long (2000)
2000ACCAAwards Circuit Community AwardsBest Actress in a Leading RoleWo hu cang long (2000)
2000Golden Horse AwardGolden Horse Film FestivalBest Leading ActressWo hu cang long (2000)
1998Hong Kong Film AwardHong Kong Film AwardsBest Supporting ActressSong jia huang chao (1997)
1998MTV Movie AwardMTV Movie AwardsBest FightTomorrow Never Dies (1997)
1986Hong Kong Film AwardHong Kong Film AwardsBest New PerformerHuang jia shi jie (1985)

2nd Place Awards

2000TFCA AwardToronto Film Critics Association AwardsBest Performance, FemaleWo hu cang long (2000)

Known for movies

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