Carina Lau

Born: 08/11/1965 in Suzhou, , CN


Actor (28)

The Man From Macau II 2015 (Movie)


Beijing Love Story 2014 (Movie)

Jia Ling (Actor)

Bends 2013 (Movie)


Let the Bullets Fly 2012 (Movie)

The Mistress (Actor)

Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame 2011 (Movie)

Empress Wu Zetian (Actor)

Ashes of Time Redux 2008 (Movie)

Peach Blossom (Actor)

Curiosity Kills the Cat 2006 (Movie)

Rose Feng (Actor)

2046 2005 (Movie)

Lulu/Mimi (Actor)

Infernal Affairs 2 2003 (Movie)


Infernal Affairs 3 2003 (Movie)


La Brassiere 2001 (Movie)


The Flowers of Shanghai 1998 (Movie)

Pearl (Actor)

Days of Being Wild 1996 (Movie)

Leung Fung-Ying--Lulu--Mimi (Actor)

Intimates 1996 (Movie)

Wan (Actor)

Who's The Woman, Who's The Man 1996 (Movie)

Rose (Actor)

Ashes of Time 1995 (Movie)

Peach Blossom (Actor)

Forbidden City Cop 1995 (Movie)


The Armour of God 1994 (Movie)

Singer (Actor)

He's a Woman, She's a Man 1993 (Movie)

Rose (Actor)

Heonggong Ya Fungkwong 1993 (Movie)

Shirley Huang (Actor)

The Eagle Shooting Heroes: Dong Cheng Xi Jiu 1993 (Movie)

Chou Po-tung (Actor)

C'est La Vie, Mon Cherie 1992 (Movie)


Now You See Love, Now You Don't 1992 (Movie)


The Actress 1992 (Movie)

Li Lily (Actor)

Project A II 1991 (Movie)


Shanghai Jiaqi 1991 (Movie)

Jiao Li (Actor)

Rich and Famous 1987 (Movie)



Tony Chio-Wai




Lands Best Actress nomination at Cannes for performance in "Bones"


Appears as Hon Sam's wife in two "Infernal Affairs" sequels


Receives critical acclaim for performance in "Days Of Being Wild"


Cast as wealthy heiress Sandy Ngai Chor Gwun in "Looking Back In Anger" (TVB, 1989)


Makes on-screen debut in "The Duke Of Mount Deer" (TVB, 1984)

Bonus Trivia


Lau released 3 albums of Mandopop between 1994-1996 in Taiwan


Lau was once the Executive President of Hong Kong's TVMART channel but was replaced by the board following a loss of 40 million Taiwan dollars.


Hong Kong-based weekly East Week was shut down in 2002 for ten months after it published naked photos of Lau taken during her kidnapping ordeal twelve years earlier.


Lau's wedding to Tony Leung Chiu-Wai reportedly cost HK$30m, created a media frenzy in Hong Kong and was directed by Hong Kong Second Wave filmmaker Wong Kar-wai


"When I started off acting at TVB, it was more or less a job. My training early on was necessary, but was also on a very superficial level. What really changed me was when I met Wong Kar-wai, William Chang and other passionate and genius filmmakers." Lau quoted on South China Morning Post, Oct. 8, 2013.