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Name: Sammi Cheng  
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Date of Birth: 19th August 1972
Place of Birth: Hong Kong
Profession: Actress
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Sammi Cheng (鄭秀文) (born August 19, 1972) is a Hong Kong actress and Cantopop singer.

Although primarily a singer, Cheng has had a successful film career, especially in the field of romantic comedy. Her goofy, sometimes scatterbrain image went well with the Hong Kong public. In 2000 she made a series of romantic comedies with Andy Lau and director Johnnie To, including Needing You (2000) and Love on a Diet (2001), which were hits and incorporate some elements of the screwball comedy.

Filmography, as actress

  • Everlasting Regret (2005)
  • Yesterday Once More (2005) with Andy Lau
  • Magic Kitchen (2004) with F4's Jerry Yan and Andy Lau
  • Chai tin daai sing suen ng hung (2002) The Monkey King, TV Series
  • Wu jian dao (2002) Infernal Affairs
  • Ngo joh aan gin do gwai (2002) ''My Left Eye Sees Ghosts''
  • Ga goh yau chin yan (2002) Marry a Rich Man
  • Shoushen nannu (2001) Love On a Diet
  • Tung gui mat yau (2001) Fighting for Love
  • Wu yen (2001)
  • Ha yat dik mor mor cha (2000) Summer Holiday
  • Goo laam gwa lui (2000) Needing You...
  • Hung wan yat tew loong (1998) The Lucky Guy
  • Oi nei oi do saat sei nei (1997) Killing Me Tenderly
  • Baak fan baak gam gok (1996) Feel 100%
  • Baak fan baak ngaam 'Feel' (1996) Once More
  • Fei hu jing ying zhi ren jian you qing (1992) Best of the Best

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