|Birth Date||:||03 November 1954|
|Birth Place||:||Taipei, Taiwan|
Brigitte Lin Ching-hsia is a Taiwanese actress. She is regarded as an icon of Chinese language cinema for her extensive and varied roles in both Taiwanese and Hong Kong films.
Ai qing chang pao [Yao-Chi Chen]
All The Wrong Spies [31 March 1983 (Hong Kong)]
In 1939 Hong Kong, a private eye and his comrade must retrieve an atomic formula before the Japanese gain possession.
Ashes of Time [17 September 1994 (Hong Kong)]
When his friend Huang (Tony Leung Ka Fai) visits mercenary Ou-yang (Leslie Cheung), they trade stories including that of princess Mu-rong (Brigitte Lin), who is alternately male and female. Peach Blossom (Carina Lau) quarrels with her blind husband (Tony Leung Chiu Wai), a swordsman who wants to avenge the bereavement of a peasant girl (Maggie Cheung). The girl also attracts the favors of the swordsman Hung Chi (Jacky Cheung), who is forever trailed by his doting wife (Li Bai).… MORE
Be Careful Sweetheart [Ulysses Au-Yeung Jun]
Beauty [19 March 1999 (USA)]
A hustler (Stephen Fung) is attracted to a model policeman (Daniel Wu) who is uneasy with his own secret homosexuality.
Boys Are Easy [12 August 1993]
Three sisters (Brigitte Lin, Maggie Cheung) try to find boyfriends before their father's birthday bash.
By Love Obsessed [Chin Han]
A photographer happens upon a beautiful young woman (Brigitte Lin) being held captive in the forest.
Chungking Express [22 March 1995 (France)]
Every day, Cop 223 (Takeshi Kaneshiro) buys a can of pineapple with an expiration date of May 1, symbolizing the day he'll get over his lost love. He's also got his eye on a mysterious woman in a blond wig (Brigitte Lin), oblivious of the fact she's a drug dealer. Cop 663 (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) is distraught with heartbreak over a breakup. But when his ex drops a spare set of his keys at a local cafe, a waitress (Faye Wong) lets herself into his apartment and spruces up his life.… MORE
Cloud of Romance [20 February 1977]
Deadful Melody [23 July 1994 (South Korea)]
A woman (Yuen Biao) with supernatural powers seeks revenge against the martial-arts masters who murdered her family.
Demon Fighter 
Two martial arts masters are forced into opposition when one of them, Meng Fei, is framed for the murders of other martial artists.
Dream Lovers [25 April 1986 (Hong Kong)]
A conductor's (Yun-Fat Chow) strange visions precipitate a reunion with the reincarnation of a past-life lover (Brigitte Lin).
Eight Hundred Heroes [10 July 1976]
Eight Hundred Heroes is a 1977 Taiwanese historical war drama film directed by Ting Shan-hsi about the Defense of Sihang Warehouse in 1937 Shanghai, China. The film was selected as the Taiwanese entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 49th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Fantasy Mission Force [13 February 1983]
A team of fighters sets out to rescue a few army generals who have been held as prisoners. Chaos ensues when the fighters who are actually misfits, try their best to complete their mission.
Fire Dragon [13 August 1994 (South Korea)]
After the governor is killed by the Fire Dragon, a woman sets out to warn the people about the treacherous master, the Sixth Duke.
Ghost of the Mirror [5 October 1974]
Handsome Siblings [20 December 1992 (South Korea)]
Two siblings, separated at a young age, are destined to meet again -- as opponents in a kung fu tournament, which will decide who is the true champion of the realm.
Lady in Black 
Long Way from Home 
Love Massacre [26 March 1981 (Hong Kong)]
Love, Love, Love 
Love, Love, Love is a Taiwanese film, released in 1974 by Central Motion Pictures Corporation and spoken in Mandarin. It stars Charlie Chin as Li Ai-fang and Brigitte Lin as Lin Chuen-chuen. Chin Chuan is co-starring in this film. It was written, composed, and directed by Liu Chia-chang.
Misty Drizzle [Liu Chia-Chang]
New Dragon Gate Inn [27 August 1992 (Hong Kong)]
New Dragon Gate Inn is a 1992 Hong Kong wuxia film directed by Raymond Lee and produced by Tsui Hark, starring Brigitte Lin, Tony Leung Ka-fai, Maggie Cheung, and Donnie Yen. It was released as Dragon Inn in North America. The film is a remake of Dragon Gate Inn.
Outside the Window [24 August 1973]
Outside the Window is a 1973 Taiwanese romantic film directed by Sung Tsun-shou, based on the novel of the same name by Chiung Yao. It was released in British Hong Kong on August 24, 1973, but due to copyrights issues, was not publicly screened in Taiwan until 2009. The film was Brigitte Lin's acting debut.
Peking Opera Blues [6 September 1986 (Hong Kong)]
A mission to steal a valuable document from a soldier's vault draws three women together in turn-of-the-century Peking.
Peony Pavilion [6 April 2001]
Two women struggle through love, loss and the nature of relationships in Suzhou in the 1930s.
Police Story [14 December 1985 (Hong Kong)]
Hong Kong policeman Kevin single-handedly arrests a notorious drug lord. But, he is soon framed for murdering another policeman and must clear his name before it's too late.
Qiu ge [Bai Jing Rui]
Red Dust [29 June 1991 (South Korea)]
Red Dust is a 1990 Taiwanese drama film directed by Ho Yim. The film follows the life of an independent-minded woman writer during the Japanese occupation who falls in love with a man collaborating with the Japanese.
Royal Tramp [30 July 1992]
Royal Tramp is a 1992 Hong Kong film based on Louis Cha's novel The Deer and the Cauldron. The film was one of the five top grossing Hong Kong films in 1992; Stephen Chow, who played the protagonist Wai Siu-bo, also starred in the other four of those films.
Royal Tramp II [11 February 1993 (South Korea)]
Royal Tramp II is a 1992 Hong Kong film based on Louis Cha's novel The Deer and the Cauldron. The film is a sequel to Royal Tramp, which was released earlier in the same year.
Secret Love for the Peach Blossom Spring [10 September 1992]
A theater troupe in Taiwan is staging a production of "Secret Love," an exalted drama with overt political overtones, about a man searching for his lost love. Unfortunately, they have to share their practice space with another troupe, which is staging the comedy "Secret Love for the Peach Blossom Spring." Each troupe looks down on the other's production, but both groups soon discover that the plays have more in common than they initially realized.… MORE
Starry is the Night [13 October 1988 (Hong Kong)]
A 40-year-old social worker embarks on a passionate relationship with 18-year-old, and is revisited by memories of an earlier affair when she was on the other side of the age gap with an older, married professor.
Swordsman II [24 January 1992]
A traveling martial artist (Jet Li) and his companion (Michelle Reis) face an evil sorcerer (Brigitte Lin) who possesses magic scrolls.
The Black Panther Warriors [3 September 1994]
Criminals and a master thief (Alan Tang) try to steal a valuable item from a police station.
The Bride with White Hair [26 August 1993]
Zhuo (Leslie Cheung), a master swordsman, is in charge of an army chosen to protect China from an evil cult. During a battle with the enemy, Zhuo falls in love with Lian (Brigitte Lin), a young woman who was raised by wolves and then adopted by the Siamese twins who lead the cult. The two seek a life of peace and quiet, but when Zhuo's colleagues are mysteriously slaughtered, survivors believe Lian is the culprit. Zhuo finds himself forced to turn against his beloved.… MORE
The Bride with White Hair 2 
Ten years after her lover, Cho Yi-Hang (Leslie Cheung), turned against her in battle, martial arts master Lien Ni-Chang (Brigitte Lin) is a bitter witch whose disciples have also been jilted or oppressed by men. The Wu-Tang Clan, many of whose members were killed by Lien, are trying to rebuild by marrying their next leader, Fung Chun-Kit (Sunny Chan), to beautiful Yu Qin (Joey Maan). On their wedding night, Lien kidnaps Yu, brainwashing and turning her against Fung.… MORE
The Dragon Chronicles – The Maidens [9 April 1994 (South Korea)]
A tale of a broken-hearted man who lives in a distant land beyond the edge of the earth. He has immense power and the inheritance of his chi becomes a battleground for evil outsiders.
The Dream of the Red Chamber [26 October 1977 (Hong Kong)]
A young man falls in love with a woman he is forbidden to marry.
The Eagle Shooting Heroes [1993 (Taiwan)]
A princess sets out to locate a mystical book on martial arts when her father is murdered by evil relatives. After she enlists the help of a swordsman, they are followed by his jealous lover and a beggar who believes he is related to the princess.
The East Is Red [21 January 1993]
A resurrected warrior (Brigitte Lin) battles ninjas, the Spanish navy, impostors and a former lover (Joey Wong) for a supernatural scroll.
The Other Side of Gentleman [28 June 1984 (Hong Kong)]
An irresponsible cad unwittingly participates in an experiment designed to transform him into an honorable citizen.
The Thirty Million Dollar Rush [2 July 1987]
A bank worker and his friends plot to steal a multi-million dollar cache of currency destined for the incinerator.
The Three Swordsmen [25 August 1994]
Two swordsmen, Siu Sam-Siu and Ming Jian, prepare for an upcoming duel when the former is framed for murder. When he escapes to clear his name, Wham Dao returns from semi-retirement to hunt him down.
The Unforgettable Character 
The Unforgettable Character is a 1975 Taiwanese romantic drama film directed by Chang Mei-chun and written by Chiung Yao.
The Wild Goose on the Wing [24 March 1979 (Taiwan)]
The Wild Goose on the Wing is a Taiwanese film, released in 1979 by Super Star Motion Picture Company, with spoken dialogues in Mandarin. It stars Brigitte Lin, Chin Han, Tse Ling-ling, and Ma Yung-lin. It was produced by Chiung Yao, who wrote the novel of the same Chinese name.
The Women Soldiers [27 August 1981]
True Colours 
Web of Deception 
Zu: Warriors from the Magic Mountain [5 February 1983 (Hong Kong)]
A young soldier, monks and a priest seek celestial swords that will help protect an immortal from threatening evil.
- 03 November 1954.
- Taipei, Taiwan.
- 1.68 m.