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陳寶蓮  ♀
Pauline Chan Bo-Lin
Chen Baolian
Born: May 23rd, 1973 (Shanghai, China) - Died: July 31st, 2002





 
Filmography (1991-2001)
 
  Actor (35 films)
    Queen of Underworld (1991) ... Linda
    Rogues from the North (1992)    
    Escape from Brothel (1992) ... Hung
    Erotic Ghost Story III (1992) ... I-Meng
    Behind the Pink Door (1992)    
    Girls Without Tomorrow (1992) ... Eva
    It's Now or Never (1992) ... Chewing Gum
    The Girls From China (1992) ... Fung
    Devil of Rape (1992)    
    Whores from the North (1993)    
    Run for Life - Ladies From China (1993) ... Lin
    He-Born to Kill (1993)    
    All Over the World (1993) ... Publisher
    Angel the Kickboxer (1993) ... Pauline
    Sex for Sale (1993) ... Inspector Pauline Chen
    A Wild Party (1993) ... Susan
    Slave of the Sword (1993) ... Cheung Mu-Leong/Chang Wu Nien
    A Man of Nasty Spirit (1993) ... Female Pope
    Flying Dagger (1993) ... Evil Lady of Yi Ho
    Love Is Over (1993) ... Mrs Chau
    Dream Lovers (1994)    
    Net of Heaven Action (1994)    
    From Beijing with Love (1994) ... Killer with flame-throwing bra
    A Sudden Love (1995) ... Pauline
    The Eighth (1996)    
    Once Upon a Time in Triad Society (1996) ... Nurse
    Hong Kong Showgirls (1996)    
    Boys? (1996) ... Pauline
    A Queer Story (1997)    
    Passionate Nights (1997)    
    02:00 A.M. (1997) ... 1) Eva
    Flowers of Shanghai (1998) ... Crimson [voice]
    Hunting Evil Spirit (1999) ... Pauline
    Paramount Motel (2000) ... Wyman Li
    Millennium Mambo (2001)    
  Planning (1 film)
    All Over the World (1993)    
  Presenter (1 film)
    A Sudden Love (1995)    
 
 
Biography
 
  Her parents divorced when she was 4 years old and she was raised by her grandmother. She immigrated to Hong Kong with her mother at the age of 12 and started work as a part-time model at the age of 15. At the age of 17 she was signed as an artist by a brokerage company after she was unsuccessful in the 1990 Miss Asia contest.

Claiming she was afflicted with postpartum depression, in 2002 she ended her life by jumping from a building in Shanghai.