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胡冠珍
Nancy Hu Guan-Zhen  ♀
Aliases:  Woo Goon-Jan,  Nancy Wu,  Hwu Guan-Jen,  Hu Jing-Ying,  Hu Chin-Ying,  Wu King-Ying,  Hu Ching-Ying
Born: 1959





 
Filmography (1980-2006)
 
  Actor (20 films)
    Love Me, Love Me Not (1980)    
    Going Up Anybody (1980)    
    Joyful Group (1980)    
    The Buddha Assassinator (1980)    
    If I Were for Real (1981)    
    Asking the Sunset (1981)    
    A Centennial of Railways of ROC (1981)    
    The Professional Killer (1981)    
    Portrait of a Fanatic (1982)    
    A Lily in the Valley (1982)    
    The Graduation Trip (1982)    
    Graduating Class (1982)    
    All the Corl One's Men (1982)    
    Big Surprise of 1938 (1983)    
    Cycle of Mystery (1983)    
    Genius, Dictator, Guards (1983)    
    Beloved Daddy (1984)    
    Secret Service of the Imperial Court (1984) ... Xueliang (Zhao Bufa's wife)
    Lust from Love of a Chinese Courtesan (1984) ... Ai Nu
    A Fire in Winter (1987)    
  Presenter (1 film)
    My Sassy Teacher (2006)    
 
 
Biography
 
  Born in 1959 and originally named Hu Jing-Ying, Nancy Hu graduated from the faculty of foreign languages at University of Taiwan. In her third year she already appeared in movies, the first one being ''The Buddha Assassinator''. In 1980 Nancy signed a 2-year contract with Young Sun Films Co., and co-starred with Alan Tam in ''Going Up Anybody'', ''Love Me Love Me Not'' and ''If I Were for Real''. Nancy came to Hong Kong in 1984 and starred in ''Secret Service of the Imperial Court'' and ''Lust for Love of a Chinese Courtesan'' for Shaw Brothers. She married soon after and went to the United States to study computing and business administration, and acquired a master's degree. She also acquired accreditation as a qualified accountant in the States and Hong Kong, and established an accountancy firm in Hong Kong. In 2000 Nancy set up Etking Media Technology Ltd. in Taiwan as Executive Director and General Manager of the company. The company ran an entertainment web site while at the same time produced TV dramas and web-animations. From the Celestial DVD release of ''Lust for Love of a Chinese Courtesan''.