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Lucilla Yu Ming  ♀
Aliases:  You Min,  Yau Mun,  Yau Man,  Yew Ming,  Bi Yu-Yi
Born: August 19th, 1936 - Died: December 29th, 1996





 
Filmography (1952-1968)
 
  Actor (40 films)
    Anything Can Happen (1952)    
    Tomorrow (1952) ... Fang Feng-Wen
    Black Gloves (1953) ... Zhang Mei-Xia
    The Third Life (1953)    
    Beyond the Grave (1954) ... Lian Suo
    Temptation (1954) ... Luo Jiahe
    Girls in Transformation (1954)    
    The Feud (1955)    
    Heart Break Well (1955)    
    Our Good Daughter (1956) ... Li Yunfen
    Autumn Affair (1956)    
    A Lovely Heart (1956) ... Li Yanming
    The Error (1956)    
    A Marriage for Love (1957)    
    The Frosty Night (1957)    
    The Greatest Circus on Earth (1957) ... Xiaoniu
    Dan Fung Street (1958)    
    An Appointment After Dark (1958)    
    Love with an Alien (1958) ... Fang Yin
    All in the Family (1959) ... Tu Hui-Fang
    Love and War (1959)    
    Her Tender Heart (1959) ... Li Pei-Ying
    Tragic Melody (1960) ... Jin Xiaotao
    Happily Ever After (1960) ... Mei Wan-Ping
    Eve of the Wedding (1960) ... Hua Xiaoqing
    Sun, Moon and Star (Part 2) (1961) ... Zhu Lan
    A Night in Hong Kong (1961) ... Wu Lihong
    Sun, Moon and Star (Part 1) (1961) ... Chu Lan
    Song Without Words (1961) ... Xu Qiuling
    Her Pearly Tears (1962) ... Jiaonu / Tao Wanzhu
    Lily of the Valley (1962) ... Chen Yulian
    Three Gentlemen Return from Hong Kong (1962) ... Liu Xiu-Min
    Tokyo, Hong Kong, Hawaii (1963) ... Wu Ailing
    Father Takes a Bride (1963) ... Wang Ching-Hui
    Three Gentlemen from Tokyo (1963) ... Liu Xiumin
    Star of Hong Kong (1963) ... Wang Xing-Lian
    Liang San Poh and Chu Ing Tai (1964) ... Chu Ying-Tai
    Romance of the Forbidden City (1964) ... Dong Xiaowan
    The Magic Lamp (1964) ... Liu Yanchang (young)
    Teenagers' Holiday (1968)    
 
 
Biography
 
  You Min was the eldest daughter of the famous Cantonese opera actor Pak Yuk Tong. She learnt the art of Cantonese opera from his father as a child, and they even sometimes appeared on stage together. In 1952, she joined Shaw & Son and played in “Anything Can Happen”, “Beyond the Grave”, “The Feud” and other films. In 1958 You switched to MP & GI for which she made “Her Tender Heart” and “All in the Family”, which made her Best Actress twice in a row at the Asian Film Festival. In 1961, she became the first ever Best Actress at the Golden Horse Awards with “Sun, Moon and Star”. Her other well known films are “A Night in Hong Kong”, “Songs without Words”, “Romance of the Forbidden City”, “Father Takes a Bride”, “Liang San Pok and Chu Ing Tai” and so on. You married and retired in 1964.
source: HKTB

Biography (gstage.com)