Carina Lau Kar-ling is a Hong Kong actress and singer. She started her acting career in TVB, before going on to achieve success in films after 2nd year at the college
|Birth Date||:||08 December 1965|
|Birth Place||:||Suzhou, China|
She was especially notable in the 1980s for her girl-next-door type roles in films.
2046 [29 September 2004 (Hong Kong)]
A train in a futuristic landscape takes passengers to a place where they can recapture their memories, a place from which no one has ever returned. This is the premise of a novel by the womanizing sci-fi writer Chow (Tony Leung Chiu Wai), who engages in passionate affairs with a series of intriguing women he meets at the Oriental Hotel in Hong Kong. As Chow's lovers offer him inspiration for his writing, reality blends with fiction, and the past commingles with the future.… MORE
A City Called Macau [27 December 2018]
A City Called Macau is a 2019 Chinese drama film directed by Li Shaohong, and starring Bai Baihe, Huang Jue, Carina Lau and Wu Gang. It was released on December 12, 2018.
All's Well, Ends Well 2011 [2 February 2011 (Hong Kong)]
Popular beautician Sammy has the fortune of being hired as the CEO of a cosmetics company; however, he quickly finds that he has his work cut out for him when the female employees reject him.
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
Asura [13 July 2018 (China)]
Asura is a Chinese epic fantasy film based on Buddhist mythology. It is the directorial debut of stunt coordinator Peng Zhang. The film is the first in a planned trilogy and was released on 13 July 2018.
Beijing Love Story [13 February 2014]
A pregnant woman must choose between her husband and an old flame in one of three stories dealing with love, romance and commitment.
Bends [21 November 2013 (Hong Kong)]
Different dilemmas link a humble chauffeur and his wealthy employer's wife.
Center Stage [12 May 2000 (USA)]
A group of teens from various backgrounds enroll at a dance academy to make it as ballet dancers. With their futures on the line, conflicts result in jealous backstabbing and heartbreak.
Curiosity Kills the Cat [12 October 2006 (China)]
Curiosity Kills the Cat is a 2006 Chinese thriller film directed by Zhang Yibai. The film is set in the director's home city of Chongqing. Produced by China Vision Group and Eagle Spirit Management, Curiosity Kills the Cat stars Hu Jun, Liao Fan, as well as veteran Hong Kong actress Carina Lau.
Days of Being Wild [15 December 1990 (Hong Kong)]
A story about York, an amoral disillusioned and cruel young man kept in luxury by his foster mother.
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.
Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame [30 September 2010 (Hong Kong)]
Despite having languished in prison for treason, Detective Dee is released and charged with investigating the strange deaths of officials working on a monument that's intended to mark the inauguration of Empress Wu Zetian. Dee soon finds himself at the centre of a maelstrom of plots and murderous animosities. Who is conspiring to disrupt the coronation of China's first female ruler?… MORE
Detective Dee: The Four Heavenly Kings [27 July 2018 (Australia)]
Accused of wrongdoing by Empress Wu, Detective Dee faces a formidable foe while investigating a crime wave that's marked by strange and seemingly supernatural occurrences.
Dynasty Warriors 
Endless Love [13 February 2014 (Australia)]
Jade Butterfield is a reclusive young girl who doesn't socialise much. Her chance meeting with former classmate David sparks off an intimate relationship which alters the course of her life.
Flowers of Shanghai [17 October 1998 (Japan)]
Women struggle in a Shanghai brothel where everything only appears to be beautiful.
Forbidden City Cop [16 February 1996 (Hong Kong)]
A government agent must rescue his imperial ruler from a mysterious villain who wants control of an ancient city.
From Vegas to Macau II [January 2015 (China)]
Ken and Vincent reunite to track down the head of the DOA syndicate. When they learn the syndicate's accountant has stolen billions from DOA, they have to keep him alive long enough to bring down the remainder of the organization.
From Vegas to Macau III [5 February 2016]
Ken's daughter and his protege Vincent are getting married, and the enormous wedding is being held at a resort in Macau. Things get complicated when Ken gets word that someone plans to kill him during the ceremony.
Gigolo and Whore 
Girls Without Tomorrow 1992 [14 October 2010 (Hong Kong)]
He Ain't Heavy, He's My Father [11 December 1993 (Hong Kong)]
Time travel allows a man (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) to meet his aged father (Tony Leung Ka Fai) in youth and improve their current relationship.
He's a Woman, She's a Man [23 July 1994]
Music producer Sam (Leslie Cheung) has made a pop superstar out of his girlfriend, Rose (Carina Liu). After a fight, Sam decides to prove he can create a new male musician as popular as Rose. When he holds open auditions, Wing (Anita Yuen), who admires both Rose and Sam and is determined to meet her idols, disguises herself as a man -- and is selected as the winner. Wing moves in with the fractious couple to begin her training and, despite her innocent intentions, soon grows attracted to Sam.… MORE
Her Beautiful Life Lies [10 May 1989 (Hong Kong)]
In Your Dreams [David Wickes]
Infernal Affairs II [1 October 2003 (Hong Kong)]
In this prequel to the original, a rebel policeman sets up the infiltration of Triad gangs and tries bring down a corrupt cop working for the Triad boss.
Infernal Affairs III [12 December 2003 (Hong Kong)]
Completing the trilogy charting corruption and criminal infiltration in the Hong Kong police force, this instalment picks up the threads from the first film, with Lau Kin Ming now cleared of Chan Wing Yan's death - but still harbouring suspicions that the department is infiltrated by informers. Rapidly rising cop SP Yeung is a suspect but he also suspects Lau.… MORE
Intimates [23 October 1997 (Hong Kong)]
Foon (Ya-lei Kuei) is headed to a community for the elderly in China, accompanied by her granddaughter (Theresa Lee). As Foon begins to recall her past, she thinks back to a love affair she had with a woman during World War II. While working in a factory, a young Foon (Charlie Young) is chosen by Wan (Carina Liu), the wife of a wealthy man, to be a maid in her home. Foon initially falls for a local man, but eventually strikes up a relationship with Wan that is compromised by the war.… MORE
La Brassiere [27 September 2001]
Two male chauvinists gain a new perspective on women when they are hired as designers at a bra-manufacturing company.
Let the Bullets Fly [16 December 2010 (China)]
Zhang Mazi, a bandit, and his men invade a remote town in China in order to dictate over it. However, they must face Master Huang, a local thug, before claiming their rule over the town.
Lord of East China Sea [22 January 1993 (Hong Kong)]
The Japanese invasion of Shanghai and China's transition to communism throw a powerful man's world into turmoil.
Love Generation Hong Kong [25 July 1998]
A man returns home after becoming wealthy and discovers the girlfriend he left behind is marrying a mobster in two weeks.
Mighty Baby 
My American Grandson 
An Americanized youngster throws into confusion the ordered life of a retired Asian musician.
Now You See Love, Now You Don't [1 February 1992]
Now You See Love, Now You Don't is a 1992 Hong Kong comedy film written and directed by Mabel Cheung and Alex Law. In this film, the chief character, played by Chow Yun-fat, who himself grew up in Lamma Island, consistently speaks the Waitau language.
Profiles of Pleasure [5 May 1988 (Hong Kong)]
Complications arise when an officer tries to stop prostitution.
Project A Part II [19 August 1987 (Hong Kong)]
Sergeant Dragon Ma soon discovers that his entire unit, except for Shi King, accepts bribes. Dragon is forced to confront Tiger Ow with only Shi King and three of his friends from the Marine Police.
Queen's Bench III [2 November 1990]
Return of the Lucky Stars [4 November 1989]
War breaks out on the streets of Chinatown when a Mafia chieftain vows to take control of the Chinese mob's drug trade.
Rich and Famous [28 May 1987]
A man (Man Chi Leung) betrays his brother and a gangster boss (Chow Yun-Fat) to work for a rival gang conspiring to kill the mobster.
Sex and the Beauties [26 February 2004]
A psychoanalyst (Carina Lau) agrees to teach a former lover's wayward daughter (Cecilia Cheung) how to be a proper lady.
She Shoots Straight [7 April 1990]
Hong Kong police officer Mina Kao (Joyce Mina Godenzi) marries Huang Tsung-Pao (Tony Leung Ka Fai), who is a member of a law enforcement dynasty. His father (Sammo Hung) and his many sisters are also officers, and the eldest sister Chia-Ling (Carina Lau) is one of the highest ranking women in the police department. When a Vietnamese gang begins a rampage through the city, the women must overcome their suspicion of one another to bring the criminals to justice.… MORE
The Banquet [30 November 1991]
The Banquet, also Party of a Wealthy Family, is a 1991 Hong Kong comedy film. It was quickly filmed for a Hong Kong flood relief charity, after the Yangtze River flooded in July of that year, killing over 1,700 people and displacing many more in the eastern and southern regions of mainland China.
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 Romancing Star II [21 January 1988 (British Hong Kong)]
Three friends (Andy Lau, Stanley Fung Sui-Fan, Pak-cheung Chan) romance a trio of lovely ladies while working at a ratings-challenged TV station.
Tragic Hero [20 February 1987 (Hong Kong)]
A wounded, penniless triad boss seeks revenge upon the psychotic (Alex Man) who killed his family and friends.
Warriors of Future 
Warriors of Future, previously known as Virtus, is an unreleased Hong Kong science fiction action film directed by visual effects artist Ng Yuen-fai in his directorial debut and starring Louis Koo, Sean Lau and Carina Lau.
Who's the Woman, Who's the Man? [15 August 1996 (British Hong Kong)]
Gender-bending and bisexuality complicate relationships for a songwriter (Leslie Cheung), a vocalist (Anita Yuen) and assorted others.
Girls Without Tomorrow 1992 is a 1992 Hong Kong film directed by David Lam Tak Luk and Wong Chi. Carina Lau, Fung Bo-Bo, May Lo Mei-Mei, Vivian Chow and Pauline Chan act as five prostitutes in the story. It is a sequel to the 1988 film Girls Without Tomorrow.
- 08 December 1965.
- Suzhou, China.
- 1.67 m.