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Ivy Ling Po
Ling Bo,  Siu Guen,  Jun Hai-Tang,  Lvy Ling Po ,  Xiao Juan,  Ling Boh
Born: November 16th, 1939 (China)

Filmography (1951-2004)
  Actor (108 films)
    The Phoenix 's Flirtation with Twin Dragons (1951)    
    Love's Obligation (1955)    
    Meng Jiangnu's Wail Shattered the Great Wall (1955) ... Mei Hsiang
    Liang Shanbo and Zhu Yingtai (1955)    
    Xue Mei Teaches Her Son (1955)    
    Meng Lijun (1955)    
    The Cowboy and the Spinning Girl (1955)    
    Chen Shimei Denies His Wife (1955)    
    Madam Zhou Cheng in Search of Husband (1956)    
    Dream of Red Chamber (1956)    
    An'an Searches for His Mother (1956)    
    The Burning of Hundred Flowers Pavilion (1956)    
    Tiger Wang Snatches the Bride (1956)    
    Lady Red-Broom (1956)    
    The Death of Daiyu (1956)    
    Judge Bao's Night Trial of Guo Huai (1956)    
    Third Madam Teaches Her Son (1957)    
    The Living Buddha (1957)    
    Red Kid and Monkey King (1957)    
    Mulian Saves His Mother (1957)    
    Love Mismatched (1957)    
    Strange Tales of an Empty Chest (1957)    
    The Eight Immortals in Jiangnan (1957)    
    Meeting on the Magpies Bridge (1957)    
    An Orphan Girl (1957)    
    Hot Lady (1958)    
    Shrews from Afar (1958) ... Susu
    Marrying into Your Own Class (1958)    
    Zai Jia Xin Niang (1958)    
    Peng Men Bi Yu (1958) ... Le Bi-Yu
    Discarded Body in a Bathroom (1958)    
    Xue Mei Misses Her Husband (1958)    
    The Eternal Love (1958)    
    Harmony Between the In-Laws (1958)    
    Mr. Wang Marries His Daughter to Hong Kong (1958)    
    Mr. Wang's New Year (1959)    
    Fan Li-Hua (1959)    
    The Story of Red Lotus Temple (Chapter 3) (1959)    
    A Girl in Love (1959)    
    Xiao Hua Mao (1959)    
    A Perfect Match (1959)    
    Mr. Wang Throws a Birthday Party (1959)    
    Cross Street (1959)    
    He Has Taken Her for Another (1959)    
    The Love of a Pedicab Driver (1959) ... Zheng Wanzhen
    The Story of Red Lotus Temple (Chapter 4) (1959)    
    Miss Cui-Cui (1959)    
    Brother Wang and Brother Liu (1959)    
    I Love Young Men (1959)    
    Phony Phoenixes (1959)    
    Lau Hoi and Fairy (1961)    
    Dragon Palace of Pu Island (1961)    
    Grandest of All Families (1962)    
    7 Playful Women (1962)    
    The Love Eterne (1963) ... Liang Shan-Bo
    Flesh and Blood (1963)    
    A Maid from Heaven (1963) ... Tong Yong
    Between Tears and Laughter (1964) ... Kwan Sau Chu
    Lady General Hua Mulan (1964) ... Hua Mu-Lan
    The Crimson Palm (1964) ... Lin Chao-Te [intro]
    The Female Prince (1964) ... Chin Feng-Hsiao
    The Mermaid (1965) ... Zhang Zhen
    The Grand Substitution (1965) ... Chao Wu
    Vermillion Door (1965) ... Wu Mei-Bo
    Temple of the Red Lotus (1965) ... Red Lady Swordswoman
    Inside the Forbidden City (1965) ... Kou Chu
    The West Chamber (1965) ... Zhang Junrui
    The Twin Swords (1965) ... Scarlet Maid/Gui Qiu
    Dawn Will Come (1966) ... Wen Shuzhen
    The Mating Season (1966) ... Guest performer
    The Perfumed Arrow (1966) ... Wen Jun-Qing/Fei-E
    The Joy of Spring (1966) ... Herself [cameo]
    Too Late for Love (1967) ... Chen Su-Fen
    The Sword and the Lute (1967) ... Scarlet Maid
    Song of Tomorrow (1967) ... Su Ling
    The Mirror and the Lichee (1967) ... Chen Bo Qing/Chen San
    Forever and Ever (1968) ... Li Xiao-Wen
    Raw Passions (1969) ... Mrs Lin Man Ying
    The Three Smiles (1969) ... Tang Bo Hu / Hua An
    The Younger Generation (1969) ... Mei Shu Ching
    A Cause to Kill (1970) ... Sin Lei
    The Sword Hand (1970)    
    The Silent Love (1971) ... Ko Xiu-Zhi
    The Crimson Charm (1971) ... Yu Fang-Fang
    Duel for Gold (1971) ... Yu Yen
    The Mighty One (1971) ... Hsiao Chu
    Finger of Doom (1972) ... Clan's long-haired lady
    The 14 Amazons (1972) ... Mu Kuei Ying
    Flight Man (1973) ... Yu San-Mei
    My Father, My Husband, My Son (1974) ... Peng Yin-Fang
    The Chinese Amazons (1975)    
    It's All in the Family (1975) ... Pei Chiung
    The Empress Dowager (1975) ... Empress Chin Feng
    The Last Tempest (1976) ... Empress Jin Feng
    Crossroad (1976) ... Shu Zhen
    The Prominent Eunuch Chen Ho (1977)    
    Dream of the Red Chamber (1978) ... Jia Bao Yu
    Imperious Princess (1980) ... Gao Ai
    Consolidated Dougherty (1981)    
    Rescue from Hades (1982)    
    New Pilgrims to the West (1982)    
    A Fairy to the World (1982)    
    Zhuang Yuan Mei (1982) ... Yun Ching
    One Stripe Two Stars (1982)    
    The Lost Generation (1983) ... Mr Tsun's sister
    Master Hui Neng, Sixth Patriarch of Zen Buddhism (1987)    
    Golden Swallow (1987) ... Old Lady
    Rice Rhapsody (2004) ... Grandmother Toh
  Producer (1 film)
    Dream of the Red Chamber (1978)    
  Presenter (3 films)
    Crossroad (1976)    
    Dream of the Red Chamber (1978)    
    Imperious Princess (1980)    
  Other sources: Year of birth: 1940.

Born in Amoy, and originally known as Jun Hai-Tang, Ivy Ling Po's on screen career started in 1954, when she took part in movies made in the Hokkien dialect. In 1961, she joined Shaw Brothers and became a voice double in "Dream of the Red Chamber". Li Han Hsiang, a famous director, saw her potential and gave her the male lead in "The Love Eterne". The film was a huge success in Hong Kong and Taiwan alike. It was said that when she visited Taipei, the entire city population came out to greet her. According to newspaper reports at that time, Taipei had gone berserk for "Brother Liang" (the character she played in the film) .Even nowadays many of her fans still call her by that nickname. Riding on her success, she went on to make a series of movies of the Huangmei opera genre like "Three Smiles" and "The Mermaid". Ling won many film awards such as the Special Performance Award of the 2nd Golden Horse Awards with "The Love Eterne", the Best Actress Award of the 11th Asia Pacific Film Festival with "Lady General Hua Mu Lan", and the Best Actress Award of the 6th Golden Horse Awards with "Too Late for Love".
- Hong Kong Tourism Board She is married with SB Star Chin Han (1) Son: Kenneth Bi