Cheng Pei-pei

Cheng Pei-pei
Name : Cheng Pei-pei
Birth Date :06 January 1946
Birth Place :Shanghai, China
Nationality :NA
Height:1.7 m
Occupation:Actress

Cheng Pei-pei is a Chinese actress perhaps best known for her performance in the 1966 King Hu wuxia film Come Drink with Me. She is more known for her portrayal of Jade Fox in the award-winning 2000 wuxia film Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.

Cheng Pei-pei Movies and TV Shows

  • A Man Called Hero [4 September 1999 (South Korea)]

    An acquaintance helps a young man travel to the United States and seek his father (Kristy Yang) in New York City.

  • Basic Love [8 July 2010 (Hong Kong)]

    Three men try to help their friend (Huang Xiaoming) after his mother sends him to study at a monastery.

  • Black Mask 3 - Shadow Mask [18 July 1968]

    An adventure movie directed by Chun Yen, featuring Hsin Yen Chao.

  • Blood Ties [James Furlong]

  • Brothers Five [17 November 2011 (Hong Kong)]

    In 11th century China, emperor Renzong neglects state affairs and indulges in personal pleasures, while the government sinks into corruption as war rages at the borders of the Song Dynasty.

  • Come Drink with Me [7 April 1966 (Hong Kong)]

    In ancient China, a violent gang kidnap a general's son to secure the release of their leader from prison. Little do they know that the general's daughter is Golden Swallow, a mistress of disguise, with fighting skills to match.

  • Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon [6 July 2000 (Hong Kong)]

    Master Li, a warrior, gives his jade sword to his lover Yu Shu Lien in order to keep it safe. However, when the sword is stolen, Li embarks on a mission to find it.

  • Da ji [4 September 1999 (South Korea)]

    An acquaintance helps a young man travel to the United States and seek his father (Kristy Yang) in New York City.

  • Dragon Swamp [8 July 1999]

    Two young people (Peter Ho, Fann Wong) meet and fall in love, but they must learn to reconcile their very different lifestyles.

  • Flirting Scholar [2 June 1993]

    Tong Pak Fu is a famous scholar, but he is dissatisfied with his abundance of wives who care only for gambling. Hope arrives in the form of Chou Heung, a maiden who dazzles Tong with her beauty and sweet personality.

  • Flirting Scholar 2 [8 July 2010 (Hong Kong)]

    Three men try to help their friend (Huang Xiaoming) after his mother sends him to study at a monastery.

  • Flying Dragon, Leaping Tiger [1967]

    Yu falls for Chiao Chiao, the daughter of his arch enemy and kills a fellow clansman in Yu's name.

  • Golden Swallow [3 April 1968 (Hong Kong)]

    The movie talks about a woman, who has given up her death defying ways to lead a normal life. When an old beau uses her name for his advantage she is forced to come out in the open to clean her image.

  • Goldstone [16 February 2002 (South Korea)]

    Set during the Ming dynasty, the action involves a horse thief whose wife who leaves him after his brother betrays them. They reunite for revenge twenty years later.

  • Hong Kong Nocturne [2007]

    Jason (Terry Chen) and his wife, Sarah (Jaime King), leave their adopted home of Shanghai and travel to Vancouver, British Columbia, for his uncle's funeral, staying with his Aunt Mei (Pei-pei Cheng). Already disoriented, Jason and Sarah are unnerved when their son, Sam (Regan Oey), begins seeing ghosts and violent deaths. After Sam is hospitalized, Sarah consults with a pharmacist (Henry O) who's well-informed about Chinese mythology and who tells her that supernatural forces threaten her son.… MORE

  • House of Harmony [2005]

    An Asian pianist (Fann Wong) goes against tradition by falling in love with a foreigner.

  • How to Meet the Lucky Stars [16 October 1964]

    Lovers' Rock is a 1964 Taiwanese drama film written and directed by Lei Pan. The film was selected as the Taiwanese entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 37th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

  • Kung Fu Killer [5 June 2015 (China)]

    Lost in Wrestling, also known as 3D Lost in Wrestling, is a 2015 Chinese-Hong Kong 3D sports drama film directed by Casey Chan. It was released in China on June 5, 2015.

  • Legendary Amazons [Chang Cheh]

    A wandering swordsman (Lo Lieh) protects a family from the wrath of a clan chief.

  • Lilting [20 June 2014 (United Kingdom)]

    Speaking little English, widow Junn is stuck in a care home, about which her late son Kai felt guilty. But Junn is unaware that Kai was gay and in a relationship with Richard, who seeks to help by hiring a translator for Junn while each struggles to come to terms with the tragic loss of Kai.

  • Lovers' Rock [2005]

    An Asian pianist (Fann Wong) goes against tradition by falling in love with a foreigner.

  • Meditation Park [16 September 1988]

    The lives of the Peking Opera School students under the tutelage of their stern instructor, Master Yu.

  • Mulan [March 2020 (United Arab Emirates)]

    To save her ailing father from serving in the Imperial Army, a fearless young woman disguises herself as a man to battle northern invaders in China.

  • My Wedding and Other Secrets [26 February 2009]

    A terminally ill teenager and her best friend (Janice Man) fall in love with the same boy.

  • Naked Weapon [9 November 2002 (Taiwan)]

    Forty girls are kidnapped and trained to be killers. A CIA agent in charge of the case cannot find any leads. However, when a series of assassinations take place, he begins to suspect the kidnapper.

  • Operation Lipstick [22 December 2000]

    Lavender is a 2000 Hong Kong romantic film written and directed by Riley Yip Kam-Hung. The film stars Taiwanese actor singer Takeshi Kaneshiro, Hong Kong actress singer Kelly Chen and actor singer Eason Chan.

  • Painted Faces [24 March 1994 (Hong Kong)]

    Yip Wing Chun teams up with a sharp-tongued businesswoman to run a successful tofu business. When bandits kidnap their friend, Wing Chun goes on the warpath.

  • Princess Iron Fan [Lo Wei]

  • Raw Courage [26 August 1964 (Hong Kong)]

    In order to exact revenge upon him, a young woman (Lin Dai) marries the king who killed her father.

  • Shanghai Baby [23 July 1994 (South Korea)]

    Mishaps ensue when Xixo, a Bushman, bands together with an animal trainer in China to rescue a rare panda bear.

  • Shanghai Hotel [17 August 2008 (USA)]

    To avenge a murder, a Caucasian monk must cross the line between true justice and cold-blooded revenge.

  • Song of Orchid Island [8 April 2004]

  • Speed Angels [1983 (USA)]

  • Street Fighter: The Legend Of Chun-Li []

  • That Fiery Girl [Yueh Feng]

    After her father's murder, a girl writes a letter to her brother asking for his help in avenging their father's death. The brother does not seem to be interested in vengeance especially after he falls in love with a beautiful singer.

  • The Dragon Creek [18 May 2007]

  • The Flying Dagger [27 February 2009 (USA)]

    In Bangkok, Bison (Neal McDonough), a crime boss, and his henchmen (Michael Clarke Duncan, Josie Ho, Taboo) begin a bid for power in the city's slum, crushing everyone who gets in their way. As the violence escalates, a team of heroes emerges to bring Bison to justice. Fighting on the side of good are Chun-Li (Kristin Kreuk), martial-arts master Gen (Robin Shou), Interpol agent Charlie Nash (Chris Klein) and his partner, Maya Sunee (Moon Bloodgood).… MORE

  • The Golden Sword [Lo Wei]

    The Roaming Knight takes on the Master of Dragon Swamp in a 20-year family feud as everybody involved jostles for possession of the Jade Dragon Sword in this emotional action epic.

  • The Invincible Ones [7 July 2016 (Australia)]

    Indigenous detective Jay Swan arrives in the town of Goldstone to search for a missing person, and his simple duty becomes complicated when he uncovers a web of crime and corruption.

  • The Jade Raksha [Lo Wei]

  • The Lady Hermit [1971]

    A master swordswoman recruits two students to help her defeat the evil Black Demon.

  • The Miracle Box [10 September 2009]

    A slain policeman possesses his sister's body to exact revenge on his corrupt boss and the crime syndicate responsible for his death.

  • The Scroll Of Wing Chun White Crane [1967]

  • The Shadow Whip [26 March 1970]

    Brothers Five is a 1970 Hong Kong wuxia film directed by Lo Wei and produced by the Shaw Brothers Studio. Cheng Pei-pei plays the role of Yen Lai, a woman who must reunite the Kao brothers to rid the Teng Lung Manor of killers whilst avenging the murder of their father.

  • The Thundering Sword [17 March 2011]

    Emily Chu is strictly brought up by her parents who want her to become a doctor, but Emily has other things to keep in mind when she falls in love with James. If her father finds out about their secret romance, it could mean that he renounces her.

  • The Truth About Jane and Sam [1968]

    A swordswoman slices her way through life to avenge the deaths of family members.

  • They Wait [9 August 1966 (Hong Kong)]

    The Monkey King and his gang are confronted by the evil Princess Iron Fan, Madam White Bone and her two sexy sisters.

  • Wing Chun [24 March 1994 (Hong Kong)]

    Yip Wing Chun teams up with a sharp-tongued businesswoman to run a successful tofu business. When bandits kidnap their friend, Wing Chun goes on the warpath.

  • 非洲超人 [2007]

    Yin Yin illegally buys her way into the United States and has her dreams shattered when she is forced to become a prostitute. She befriends a bike messenger, and the two fall in love by passing notes.

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QA About Cheng Pei-pei

What is birthdate of Cheng Pei-pei?

- 06 January 1946.

What is BirthPlace of Cheng Pei-pei?

- Shanghai, China.

What is Nationality of Cheng Pei-pei?

- NA.

What is Height of Cheng Pei-pei?

- 1.7 m.

What is Age of Cheng Pei-pei?

- 75.

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