| ||Born in 1940, she entered the movie world in 1957 after winning a beauty pageant, but after three years hadn't made much progress. In 1959 she entered Shaw Brothers' Cantonese film division and, under the name Wan Li-Hong, starred in "Behind the Hidden Scene". But her career didn't really take off until she entered Sahw Brothers' Mandarin film division and with a new name, Fanny Fan, became a star with "The Pink Murder" (1959). Her voluptuous figure and naughty roles led to the nickname "Oriental Brigitte Bardot", and her sexy performance in "The Golden Buddha" (1966) created a minor sensation. She retired from the screen upon her marriage in the late 1960's.
From the Celestial DVD release of "Les Belles".
As Maan Lee-Hung
Crime of Passion in the Hotel (1958)
A Pretty Girl's Love Affair (1958)
A Virtuous Girl From a Humble House (1958)
Behind the Hidden Scene (1959)
Oriole, the Heroine (1960)