|Birth Date||:||20 September 1964|
|Birth Place||:||British Hong Kong|
Maggie Cheung Man-yuk is a Hong Kong actress. Raised in Hong Kong and Britain, she started her career after placing second in 1983's Miss Hong Kong Pageant. She achieved critical success in the late 80s and into the early 2000s, before taking a break from acting since her last starring role in 2004.
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 Fishy Story [7 September 1989]
A Fishy Story is a 1989 Hong Kong drama film directed by Anthony Chan and starring Kenny Bee, Maggie Cheung and Anthony Chan.
All's Well, Ends Well [25 January 1992 (Hong Kong)]
Three brothers living with their father fib and play pranks to win parental approval for themselves and their romances.
As Tears Go By [9 June 1988]
Love for a distant relative cause a Chinese gangster to consider leaving the triad, but despite his best efforts, circumstances and problems caused by an errant younger brother keep pulling him back into the lifestyle.
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
Augustin, King of Kung-Fu [25 August 1999 (France)]
The second film to feature the character of Augustin (Jean-Chrétien Sibertin-Blanc), this comedy finds the aspiring French actor fixated on appearing in kung fu movies. In order to surround himself with the culture, Augustin moves to the Chinatown section of Paris and begins his training, which largely consists of watching martial arts films. When Augustin meets Ling (Maggie Cheung), a lovely acupuncturist, romance is in the air, even if his kung fu career isn't taking off.… MORE
Behind the Yellow Line 
A young man and woman fall in love after meeting on a subway, but both have other suitors who they need to navigate so they can ensure their fledgling romance can take root and turn into a true relationship.
Boys Are Easy [12 August 1993]
Three sisters (Brigitte Lin, Maggie Cheung) try to find boyfriends before their father's birthday bash.
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.
Chinese Box [25 October 1997 (South Korea)]
During the last months of Britain's control of Hong Kong, journalist John (Jeremy Irons) discovers he has only a few months to live. He decides to use the time to pursue his friend Vivian (Gong Li), who is already engaged to another man. Realizing he has never truly engaged with Hong Kong in his 15 years there, John begins walking with a video camera, recording street life and interviewing people like street vendor Jean (Maggie Cheung), in an effort to capture the real Hong Kong before he dies.… MORE
Clean [1 September 2004 (France)]
Junkie Emily Wang (Maggie Cheung) is arrested for heroin possession after her partner, Lee Hauser (James Johnston), fatally overdoses in a Canada motel room. After serving six months in jail, Emily learns she has lost custody of her son, Jay (James Dennis). Lee's father, Albrecht (Nick Nolte), who has been raising the boy with his wife (Martha Henry), gets in touch with Emily. As she regains contact with her child, she struggles to achieve sobriety, find a job and pursue her singing career.… MORE
Comrades: Almost a Love Story [2 November 1996 (Hong Kong)]
Country boy Xiaojun (Leon Lai) moves to Hong Kong, hoping to get rich so that he can send for his hometown sweetheart and marry her. But Xiaojun barely scrapes by in the baffling metropolis, and is lonely until he meets city-slicker Qiao (Maggie Cheung). While she schools him in urban living, the mismatched pair become best friends and eventually have a romantic tryst. Both decide it's wise to forget their passionate night and remain friends, but they still secretly yearn for one another.… MORE
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.
Double Fattiness 
The wife (Lydia Shum) of an embattled pizzeria owner (Bill Tung) dies and comes back as the pretty cousin (Maggie Cheung) of the lackey to a greedy land developer.
Doubles Cause Troubles 
Squabbling cousins find themselves in over their heads after their tenant ends up dead. Both good and evil are after them, but they have no idea what they've done wrong.
Executioners [30 September 1993]
In a post-nuclear world, three superpowered women fight an evil genius controlling the government and the water supply.
Farewell China 
A Chinese-American teen (Hayley Man) helps an illegal immigrant (Tony Leung Ka Fai) scour New York for his estranged wife (Maggie Cheung).
Flying Dagger [6 May 1993]
Flying Dagger is a 1993 wuxia comedy film directed by Kevin Chu and written and produced by Wong Jing. The film features a large cast of stars and parodies numerous Hong Kong films.
Full Moon in New York [18 November 1989 (Taiwan)]
Three women from different countries form a bond as they meet in the United States, but differences may tear them apart.
Green Snake [4 November 1993]
A mischievous snake (Maggie Cheung) who assumes human form interferes with the romance between her reptilian sister (Joey Wang) and a hapless man (Wu Hsing-kuo).
Shubhankhar's father, a constable, dreams of making him an IPS officer. But Shubhankhar only wants to enjoy life. He loves Puja, whose brother, a police superintendent, opposes their love.
Holy Weapon [6 November 1993 (South Korea)]
A swordsman must learn a new fighting technique when a violent rival demands a duel to the death.
Hot Summer Days [11 February 2010 (China)]
Several love stories intertwine during one of Hong Kong's hottest summers on record.
How to Pick Girls Up [13 July 1988]
Hapless loser Xin calls radio DJ the Love Pain Killer, who takes it upon himself to ensure Xin meets girls, taking him on a series of excursions into the wild world of modern love.
In Between [6 January 1994 (Hong Kong)]
In Between, also known as Conjugal Affairs and The New Age of Living Together, is a 1994 romantic anthology film. It consists of three stories, by three directors from Hong Kong and Taiwan. The three segments are, in the following order: Star Hunter, written and directed by Samson Chiu.
In the Mood for Love [29 September 2000 (Hong Kong)]
In 1962, journalist Chow Mo-wan (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) and his wife move into a Hong Kong apartment, but Chow's spouse is often away on business. Before long, the lonely Chow makes the acquaintance of the alluring Su Li-zhen (Maggie Cheung Man-yuk), whose own significant other also seems preoccupied with work. As the two friends realize their respective partners are cheating on them, they begin to fall for one another; however, neither wants to stoop to the level of the unfaithful spouses.… MORE
Irma Vep [13 November 1996 (France)]
Washed-up French director René Vidal (Jean-Pierre Léaud) hopes to turn his career around with an update of "Les Vampires," a silent-era masterpiece about about a notorious ring of thieves, led by crafty female crook Irma Vep. René brings in Chinese star Maggie Cheung (Maggie Cheung) to play Vep, but unexpected roadblocks arise on the set. Maggie doesn't know French, she's pursued by obsessive lesbian crew member Zoe (Nathalie Richard) and her character's criminal ways begin to rub off on her.… MORE
Mei gui de gu shi [Yonfan]
A beautiful woman (Maggie Cheung) seems destined to live without true love, until she meets a man (Chow Yun-Fat) who resembles her late brother.
Moon Warriors [19 December 1992]
A fisherman (Andy Lau) tries to help a betrayed prince (Kenny Bee) but winds up falling in love with the nobleman's fiancee (Anita Mui).
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.
Paper Marriage [25 June 1988 (South Korea)]
An illegal immigrant living in Hong Kong does humiliating things to survive.
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.
Police Story 2 [20 August 1988 (Hong Kong)]
Inspector Chan Ka-kui gets demoted to a highway patrol because of his previous case handling methods. He gets a chance to redeem himself when a terminally ill criminal, Chu-Tao, causes trouble.
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.
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.
Sausalito [16 June 2001 (South Korea)]
A relationship evolves between a divorced single mother (Maggie Cheung) and a San Francisco businessman (Leon Lai).
Song of the Exile [27 April 1990 (Hong Kong)]
After going to school in London, Cheung Hueyin (Maggie Cheung) returns to Hong Kong for the wedding of her younger sister. It doesn't take long for the young woman to discover the vast gulf now separating her from her mother, Aiko (Lu Shao-fen). As Cheung prepares for the wedding, she contends with her mother's animosity for the Western customs she's picked up. In search of answers, Cheung dredges up painful memories of the past that shed light on her mother's resentful behavior.… MORE
Supercop [4 July 1992]
Chan Ka-Kui, a Hong Kong police officer, teams up with an Interpol agent to bust a drug-smuggling racket in China. However, the situation gets more complicated when the gang kidnaps his girlfriend.
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 Bare-Footed Kid [3 April 1993]
A barefoot kid battles with his boss's rivals after they burn down the shop.
The Dragon from Russia [3 August 1990 (Hong Kong)]
A group called 800 Dragons aims to assassinate criminals who appear to have gotten away with their crimes.
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 Enigma of Love [19 June 1993]
The owner (Jacky Cheung) of an illegal Chinese social club tries to seduce the policewoman (Maggie Cheung) who closed down his business.
The Heroic Trio [12 February 1993 (Hong Kong)]
In Hong Kong, babies are being kidnapped by the Invisible Woman (Michelle Yeoh) for the Evil Master (Yee Kwan Yan), who plans to raise them to become unbeatable warriors. The Invisible Woman's sister, Tung (Anita Mui), married to the police officer investigating the kidnappings, secretly fights crime as Wonder Woman. When the Invisible Woman reconnects with her sister and her childhood friend, Thief Catcher (Maggie Cheung), they convince her to team up with them to defeat the Evil Master.… MORE
The Mad Monk [29 July 1993]
The gods in heaven complain to the Jade Emperor about the malicious practical jokes played on them by Dragon Fighter Lohan.
The Romancing Star [25 June 1987]
Wong, a mechanic, falls in love with a beautiful rich woman. When he learns several friends also like her, they battle for her attention.
The Seventh Curse [17 October 1986]
A young cop tries to rescue a beautiful woman before she is sacrificed by a tribe.
The Soong Sisters [1 May 1997 (Hong Kong)]
Three women from a wealthy Chinese family marry powerful and prominent men.
Twin Dragons 
What a Hero! [27 February 1992 (Hong Kong)]
A policeman (Andy Lau) fights with his jowly superior (Roy Cheung) and tries to stop his childhood sweetheart (Maggie Cheung) from wedding another.
Will of Iron 
A drug addict wages a dual battle to kick his habit and evade the mobsters to whom he is in debt.
- 20 September 1964.
- British Hong Kong.
- 1.68 m.