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李賽鳳
Moon Lee Choi-Fung  ♀
Aliases:  Morna Lee
Born: February 14th, 1965





 
Filmography (1981-2008)
 
  Actor (39 films)
    To Sir with Troubles (1981) ... [intro]
    The Champions (1983) ... Hung
    Zu: The Warriors from the Magic Mountain (1983) ... One of the Ice Queen's guards
    Winners and Sinners (1983) ... CID's girlfriend in park
    Mr. Vampire (1985) ... Yam Ting Ting
    The Protector (1985) ... Soo Ling
    Those Merry Souls (1985) ... Fung
    Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Stars (1985) ... [Cameo at the end]
    The Story of Dr. Sun Yat Sen (1986)    
    Mr. Vampire Part 2 (1986) ... Gigi Lam/Gigi Lin
    Angel (1987) ... Moon
    Angel II (1988) ... Mona
    Midnight Whispers (1988) ... Hong
    Devil Hunters (1989)    
    Killing Angels (1989)    
    Princess Madam (1989)    
    Angel III (1989) ... Moon
    New Kids in Town (1990)    
    Fatal Termination (1990) ... Moon
    The Revenge of Angel (1990) ... Angel Sui
    The Nocturnal Demon (1990) ... Wawa Chai
    Bury Me High (1991) ... Anna Wong
    Angel Force (1991)    
    Dreaming the Reality (1991)    
    Mission of Condor (1991) ... Rose Wang
    To Catch a Thief (1991) ... Woo Shiu Fung/Mosquito Paper
    Inspector Wears Skirts IV (1992) ... Madame Lee
    Secret Police (1992)    
    The Big Deal (1992) ... May
    Mission of Justice (1992) ... Moon
    Kickboxer's Tears (1992) ... Li Feng
    Beauty Investigator (1993) ... Feng
    Angel's Project (1993)    
    A Serious Shock! Yes Madam! (1993) ... May
    Angel Terminators 2 (1993)    
    The Avenging Quartet (1993)    
    Little Heroes Lost in China (1995)    
    Dragon Get Angry (2005)    
    Only the Way (2008)    
 
 
Biography
 
  Currently living in Denver, Colorado, according to her Facebook page.

Emigrated to Taiwan with her family at the age of 7, Li is a fluent Mandarin speaker. Practicing dance, she entered a dance contest held in Hong Kong, and was chanced upon by a producer, who referred her to Chui Siu Ming. They met and clicked, and Li was asked to star in her first TV drama series. Perhaps it was due to her constant public exposure in dance that Li was not camera shy at all. What she couldn't get used to was handling dialogues in Cantonese. She was only 15 then.

After her break in TV, she had her first movie outing in Tsui Hark's "Zu: Warriors from the Magic Mountain" (1983). She was fascinated and amused by what went on in the film. As it was a period sword fighting piece, actors had to be "wired" or "hanged" in midair for flying scenes. Li never seemed to tire of being "wired," she found it a lot of fun.

Li's background in dance has helped her in her agility when doing action flicks. In no time, she became the hot commodity of martial arts films, and her popularity extended to East Asia as well. She starred in a series of "Angel" cop movies, and shared billings with Japanese mega-star Hideki Saijo (Angel 1988).

There was nothing new about being black and bruised when one stars in the action genre. But whilst filming "Devil Hunters" in 1989, an explosion went haywire, and Li, along with her co-stars Ray Lui Leung Wai and Sibelle Hu (Wu Wai-Chung) were injured seriously. Fortunately they had all recuperated from it.

Yet, at that time, Li felt lost. She was afraid that it was the end of her acting career. Though bed-ridden, she never gave up hope. She kept on telling herself that she would get well - and indeed she did. The accident has made her realize that willpower is the driving force for accomplishing anything.

Recently, she has been concentrating her efforts on her dancing school. Being a dance instructor is a completely different ballgame. There's nothing more satisfying than seeing her students making progress.

She's also taking up TV series offers in Taiwan. On location in mainland China, she'll be jetting between there and Taiwan. What's more, with her dancing school in Hong Kong, she's back into the hectic swing of things.

- Taken from the biography section of the HK release of The Protector (1985) - slightly edited for grammar.