Chinese actresses who were born in 1947

Here are 5 famous actresses from China were born in 1947:

Deanie Ip

Deanie Ip (December 25, 1947 Dapeng Fortress-) otherwise known as Deanie Ip Tak Han, Deanie Yip, Deannie Yip, ye4 de2 xian2, Deannie Ip, Dexian Ye, Dinny Yip or Tak-han Yip is a Chinese singer and actor.

She was born in Hong Kong and trained as an opera singer at a young age. Deanie started her career in the entertainment industry as a singer in the 1960s and became a popular Cantonese pop singer in Hong Kong. She later transitioned to acting and has appeared in numerous films and television series. Deanie is known for her roles in the films "A Simple Life" and "Echoes of the Rainbow," both of which earned her critical acclaim and many awards. In addition to her successful career in the entertainment industry, she is also known for her humanitarian work, including her involvement with groups that aid children with disabilities. Deanie has been honored with a number of awards throughout her career, including Best Actress at the Hong Kong Film Awards and the Golden Horse Awards. She is widely considered as one of the most respected and beloved artists in the Chinese entertainment industry.

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Liza Wang

Liza Wang (August 28, 1947 Islands of Shanghai-) also known as Elizabeth Wang Ming-chun, The Big Sister or Elizabeth "Liza" Wang is a Chinese presenter, singer, actor and master of ceremonies.

Liza Wang is an accomplished actress and singer who has been active in the entertainment industry for over 50 years. She started her career in the 1960s and rose to fame in Hong Kong in the 1970s as a lead actress in TV dramas and films. In the 1980s, she also became a popular singer and released numerous albums.

Aside from her successful career in entertainment, Wang is also known for her philanthropic work. She has been involved in charity work for decades, and is active in promoting education and helping the elderly. In 2013, she was awarded the Bronze Bauhinia Star by the Hong Kong government for her contributions to charity and the arts.

Wang is still active in the entertainment industry and has recently been a judge on various singing and talent shows. She is considered one of the most respected and beloved figures in Hong Kong entertainment, and has been dubbed "The Big Sister" by her fans.

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Josephine Siao

Josephine Siao (March 13, 1947 Suzhou-) a.k.a. Hsiao Liang, Liang Xiao, Josephine Siao Fong Fong, Fong Fong Siao, Siu Fong-fong, Fangfang Xiao, Fong-fong Siu, Liang Siao, Fong-Fong Siao, Hsiao Fang-fang, Sister Fong Fong or Siao Liang is a Chinese writer, singer, actor, psychologist and screenwriter.

She began her entertainment career when she was just six years old, performing in Cantonese operas. By the age of 12, she had made her first film appearance in "Love Eternal," and quickly became one of Hong Kong's most popular actresses throughout the 1960s and 1970s. In addition to her film work, Siao has also released several albums and written numerous books on psychology and self-help. She has won several awards for her acting, including the Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actress in 1997 for her performance in "Summer Snow." Today, she is considered one of Hong Kong's most beloved and respected entertainers.

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Kaity Tong

Kaity Tong (July 23, 1947 Qingdao-) also known as 董恺悌, Dǒng Kǎitì, Kaity or Tong is a Chinese journalist and actor. Her child is called Philip Long.

Kaity Tong grew up in Taiwan and later immigrated to the United States. She started her journalism career in 1979 as a reporter for WABC-TV in New York City. Kaity became the first Chinese-American to anchor a news broadcast in New York City while working for WPIX-TV. She later worked for WCBS-TV and was the co-anchor of "CBS 2 News This Morning" for several years.

In addition to her work in journalism, Kaity Tong has also acted in several films and television shows, including "The Joy Luck Club" and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit."

Kaity Tong has received numerous awards for her work as a journalist, including multiple Emmy Awards and the New York Association of Black Journalists Award for Lifetime Achievement. She continues to work as a freelance journalist and is actively involved in several charitable organizations.

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Betty Ting

Betty Ting (February 19, 1947 Taiwan-) also known as Betty Ting Pei, 丁珮, 丁佩, Tông Bí-Lē, 唐美丽, Teng Pho̍ah, 唐美麗, Táng Měilì, Tang Mei Li, Tang Mei-Li, Ting Pei, Pei Ting or Mei-Li Tong is a Chinese actor. She has one child, Jacky Heung.

Betty Ting is best known for her role in the 1973 Bruce Lee film, "Enter the Dragon" where she played the love interest of Lee's character. Ting also appeared in numerous other films throughout the 1970s, including "The Big Boss" and "Fist of Fury". She was a prolific actress in Taiwan and Hong Kong during this time.

In addition to her acting career, Betty Ting was also known for her relationship with Bruce Lee. She was with him on the day of his death in 1973 and was initially accused of being involved in his passing. However, those allegations were later disproved.

After the death of Bruce Lee, Betty Ting largely retired from acting and remained out of the spotlight for many years. She later reappeared in the early 2000s and has since made occasional appearances in film and television.

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