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劉雪華  ♀
Leanne Lau Suet-Wah
Liu Hsieh-Hua,  Liu Hsueh-Hua ,  Leanne Liu,  Liu Hsuen-Hua,  Liu Xue-Hua
Born: November 12th, 1959 (Beijing, China)

Filmography (1978-2021)
  Actor (20 films)
    Young and Lovable (1978)    
    Affairs (1979)    
    The Almighty Extra (1979) ... Ah Zhen
    White Hair Devil Lady (1980)    
    Innocence (1980) ... Betty Han Shui Bing
    Hell Has No Boundary (1982) ... May Wong Lai-Fun
    The Lady Assassin (1983) ... Lui Si Niang
    Usurpers of Emperor's Power (1983) ... Xiang Ling
    Holy Flame of the Martial World (1983) ... Chief Tsing Yin of O Mei
    Hong Kong Playboys (1983) ... Rachel Yu
    Bastard Swordsman (1983) ... Lun Wan Er
    Little Dragon Maiden (1983) ... Mrs. Guo / Huang Rong
    The 8 Diagram Pole Fighter (1984) ... The Queen
    Return of the Bastard Swordsman (1984) ... Lun Wan Er
    The Hidden Power of the Dragon Sabre (1984) ... Chou Chi Yeuk
    Opium and the Kung-Fu Master (1984) ... Xiao Cui
    The Little Cute Fellow (1984)    
    My Mind, Your Body (1985) ... Nun
    New Shaolin Temple (2000) ... Jing Yi
    Memory Dissection (2021) ... Liu Mei
  Actor currently resides in Taiwan and is married to Deng Yu Kun.

With origins in Shantung, Liu Hsueh-Hua was born in Beijing on November 12, 1959. In 1978 she joined the Great Wall Film Production Limited. She simultaneously trained and appeared in movies. She caught the public's eye with "Affairs", and in the thriller "Innocence", her detailed delineation of a complex character earned her wide acclaims.

At Great Wall, Liu established a fresh and unconventional image for herself. She was one of the company's 4 starlets. After her contract ended, she joined Shaw Brothers, and appeared mostly in martial arts movies such as "Holy Flame of the Martial World", "Bastard Swordsman", etc. She is endowed with great acting skills, and her versatile adaptation to different roles made her a prominent star.

In 1984 Liu developed her career in TV. She starred in the "Young Empress Dowager" of ATV where she played the role of the Empress Dowager from young adult to middle-aged. Next year, Taiwan novelist Qiong Yao invited her to star opposite Chin Han in the screen adaptation of "Many Enchanting Nights" and was very popular with a wide range of audiences. She has subsequently starred in a number of TV dramas adapted from Qiong Yao's novels, and the trio of Liu, Chin and Qiong quickly became the hottest sensation across the Greater China and Southeast Asia.

Adapted from the Celestial DVD release of "Return of the Bastard Swordsman".