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趙心妍  ♀
Chiu Sam-Yin
Chao Hsin-Yen,  Chiao Hsin-Yen,  Chao Sin-Yen
Born: February 2nd, 1947 (China)

Filmography (1965-1970)
  Actor (31 films)
    The Grand Substitution (1965) ... [Extra]
    Hong Kong, Manila, Singapore (1965) ... Fung Hsiu-Lan
    Squadron 77 (1965) ... Photo shop worker [Uncredited]
    The Monkey Goes West (1966) ... Goddess Guan Yin
    Come Drink with Me (1966) ... Woman escort soldier
    The Golden Buddha (1966) ... Air hostess
    The Blue and the Black (Part 2) (1966) ... Mei-Zhuang's schoolmate
    Princess Iron Fan (1966)    
    The Joy of Spring (1966)    
    Angel with the Iron Fists (1967) ... Dark Angel member
    Hong Kong Nocturne (1967) ... HK Troupe dancer
    Operation Lipstick (1967) ... Lee Jing
    Sing High, Sing Low (1967)    
    That Tender Age (1967) ... Liu Mei-Fang
    Blue Skies (1967) ... Member of musical troupe
    Song of Tomorrow (1967) ... Nightclub dancer
    King Cat (1967) ... Lead dancer
    The Assassin (1967) ... Concubine Zhao
    The Silver Fox (1968) ... Pui Yu
    Golden Swallow (1968) ... Mei Niang
    The Bells of Death (1968) ... Chang Wei Yun
    That Fiery Girl (1968) ... Xue Jiang
    The Enchanted Chamber (1968) ... Chou Su-Chuan
    Dragon Swamp (1969) ... Chun Hua
    Temptress of a Thousand Faces (1969) ... Model
    Dark Semester (1969) ... Performs 'Ave Maria'
    The Singing Escort (1969) ... Li Ping
    The Swordmates (1969) ... Zhang Hsin-ying
    Torrent of Desire (1969) ... Model
    Hellgate (1970)    
    The Iron Buddha (1970) ... Mute girl
  Chao Hsin-yen was born in 1947 and grew up in Hong Kong, though she was a native of Shantung. After graduating from secondary school, she joined the 4th Southern Experimental Theatre Training Troupe. When the Troupe wound up in 1964, Chao signed a four-year acting contract with Shaw Brothers. Her first movie was the romantic comedy Hong Kong, Manila, Singapore.

In 1968, Chao appeared in two martial arts movies, namely The Silver Fox and Golden Swallow directed by Chang Cheh. In 1969, she also appeared in The Swordmate, Dragon Swamp and The Singing Escort. Chao retired from the motion picture industry after completion of her contract with Shaw Brothers.