Lisa Lu Yan is an American actress and singer. She won the Golden Horse Prize three times in the 1970s.
|Born||Lu Pingxiang (盧萍香), July 8, 1927, Beijing, China|
|Occupation||Actress, documentary producer|
|Relatives||Lucia Hwong (daughter), Michael Hwong (grandson)|
|IMDb||Lisa Lu's IMDb|
|Rotten Tomatoes||Lisa Lu's Rotten Tomatoes|
Three-time winner of the Golden Horse Award who had a late career role in the film Crazy Rich Asians. Her other well-known English-speaking roles include the TV miniseries Noble House, and the films The Last Emperor (1987) and The Joy Luck Club (1993).
She took part in Chinese opera in her teens before emigrating to the United States.
She had a recurring role in the western series Yancy Derringer. She was the female lead in the anti-war film The Mountain Road.
She was born in Beijing.
She starred opposite James Stewart in The Mountain Road.
- Golden Horse Award for Best Actress - Golden Horse Award for Best Actress given at the Golden Horse Film Awards.
- ROC singer
- Beijing singer
- The actresses are from Beijing
- Translates Chinese into English
- 20th century Chinese singer TM_VZ! Refugees during the Chinese Civil War
- Chinese actresses of the twentieth century
- Chinese Actresses of the 21st Century TM_VZ! Chinese film actresses
- Chinese immigrants to the United States
Latest information about Lisa Lu updated on June 14 2021.