Karena Lam is a Taiwanese Canadian, actress and singer based in Hong Kong. In 2015, she won the Best Actress award at the Golden Horse Awards for her role in Zinnia Flower, making her the first person ever to have won all of the following three Golden Horse awards: Best Lead Actress, Best Supporting Actress and Best New Performer.
|Born:||August 17, 1978, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|Awards:||Hong Kong Film Awards – Best New Performer, 2002 July Rhapsody, Best Supporting Actress, 2002 July Rhapsody, Golden Bauhinia Awards – Best Supporting Actress, 2003 July Rhapsody, Golden Horse Awards – Best New Performer, 2002 July Rhapsody, Best Supporting Actress, 2002 July Rhapsody, Best Actress, 2015 Zinnia Flower|
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About Karena Lam
Perhaps most well known for her Hong Kong Film Award-winning portrayal of Choy-Lam in the 2002 movie July Rhapsody, she is also famous for her Hong Kong Film Award-nominated work in the features The Floating Landscape (2003), Koma (2004), Mob Sister (2005) and Claustrophobia (2008).
Karena Lam Before Fame
Before making her cinematic debut, she recorded two pop albums on a Taiwanese music label.
Achievement of Karena Lam
Her role in the 2010 feature Lover's Discourse earned her a Ming Pao Anniversary Award nomination.
Karena Lam Family Life
Born to a Hong Kong native father and a Chinese-Japanese-Taiwanese mother, she spent her early days in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. In 2010, she and her husband, Steve Yuen, welcomed a daughter named Kayla.
Associations of Karena Lam
She co-starred with Shu Qi in the 2005 horror movie Home Sweet Home.
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- Taiwanese expatriates in Hong Kong
- Taiwanese television actresses
- Taiwanese film actresses
- 21st-century Taiwanese actresses
- Actresses from Vancouver
- 21st-century Taiwanese singers
- Musicians from Vancouver