This is a Chinese name; the family name is Lee.
Carman Lee Yeuk-tung (Chinese: 李若彤; born August 16, 1973) is a Hong Kong actress who has appeared in films such as The Wicked City (1992), Loving You (1995), The Odd One Lives (1997), and the North American Knock Off (1998) with Jean-Claude Van Damme. She is best known for her role as Xiaolongnü in the 1995 TV series adaptation of Louis Cha's Wuxia novel The Return of the Condor Heroes.
1 Early life,
2.1 TV series,
4 External links,
Lee came from a big family of ten children, with her being the seventh child. To help her parents feed the family when she was a child, she and her siblings used to make and sell handicrafts. Out of her parents' 10 children, Lee was known to be the only one to possess a different look since her childhood with an Eurasian-like face, creating rumors that she wasn't her parents' biological daughter. The rumors were untrue but it did give Lee a low self-esteem about her origins then and even made her suicidal on that matter once.
Lee once worked as an air-stewardess before entering the entertainment industry.
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The Condor Heroes 95 (1995),
Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils (1997),
Legendary Fighter - Yang's Heroine (2001),
Knock Off (1998),
Legend of the Wolf (1997),
Final Justice (1997),
Option Zero (1997),
The Odd One Dies (1997),
Too Many Ways to Be No. 1 (1997),
On Fire (1996),
Somebody Up There Likes Me (1996),
Forbidden City Cop (1996),
War of the Under World (1996),
Loving You (1995),
Lover's Tears (1995),
The Little Drunken Masters (1995)
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