Chan Man-Chi (陳敏芝)
17 January 1979 (age 40)
|Occupation||Actress, model, singer|
|Years active||1994–present (model)|
|Spouse(s)||William Lui (雷偉信) (m. 2014)|
|Parent(s)||Vincent and Milly|
|Awards|| TVB Anniversary Awards – Best Supporting Actress |
2011 Ghetto Justice
|Also known as||Manchi|
Sharon Chan (born 17 January 1979) is a Hong Kong actress and model. She is currently under contract with TVB in Hong Kong
Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) is a television broadcasting company based in Hong Kong. The company operates five free-to-air terrestrial television channels in Hong Kong, with TVB Jade as its main Cantonese language service, and TVB Pearl as its main English service. TVB is headquartered at TVB City at the Tseung Kwan O Industrial Estate.
|2002||The Trust of a Lifetime||Yip Hou Ying (Mon)|
|2003||The 'W' Files||Lam Tai-yuk|
|Better Halves||Fan Ji Kiu|
|Survivor's Law||Mary||guest appearance|
|Life Begins At Forty||girl on motorcycle||cameo|
|2004||Dream of Colours||Kwan Bik Yiu (Ella)|
|The Last Breakthrough||Go Siu Yau (Yoyo)|
|2005||The Charm Beneath||Wong Hiu Ching|
|2006||Trimming Success||Ko Cheuk Kei (Choco)||Nominated – TVB Award for Best Supporting Actress|
|Summer Heat||Fong Man Yu (Michelle)|
|Lethal Weapons of Love and Passion||Hui Ye Yuet|
|Welcome to the House||So Fa|
|Glittering Days||Seung Mei Lai (Carol)||Nominated – TVB Award for Most Improved Actress|
|2007||Devil's Disciples||Mok Man / Sima Shuet||Nominated – TVB Award for Most Improved Actress|
|Word Twisters' Adventures||Concubine Yee||Nominated – TVB Award for Most Improved Actress|
|2008||Catch Me Now||Kong Kiu||Nominated – TVB Award for Best Supporting Actress |
Nominated – TVB Award for Most Improved Actress
|Forensic Heroes II||girl||Nominated – TVB Award for Most Improved Actress||cameo ep.30|
|2008-2009||Pages of Treasures||Lai Pui Chi (Pansy)||Nominated – TVB Award for Most Improved Actress|
|2009||Born Rich||Tai Yik-yan (Yan)||Nominated – TVB Award for Most Improved Actress|
|2009-2010||The Beauty of the Game||Tong Ho-yee (Cally)||Nominated – TVB Award for Best Supporting Actress|
|2010||Suspects in Love||Cheung Sz-man (Jasmine)|
|Can't Buy Me Love||Princess Wing Ho|
|2011||Ghetto Justice||Ho Lee-ching||TVB Anniversary Award for Best Supporting Actress|
My AOD Favourites Award 2011 for My Favourite Actress in a Supporting Role
Nominated — TVB Anniversary Award for My Favourite Female Character (Top 15)
Nominated — My AOD Favourites Award for My Favourite Promising Actress
|2012||Queens of Diamonds and Hearts||Ha Ying-chun|
|Daddy Good Deeds||Lui Keung||Cameo|
|Three Kingdoms RPG||Siu Kiu||Appears in Episode 17 onwards|
|Ghetto Justice II||Ho Lee-ching||cameo|
|2012-2013||Friendly Fire||Ai Mei San||Nominated - TVB Star Awards Malaysia for Best Actress |
Nominated - TVB Anniversary Award for My Favorite Female Character
|2013||Awfully Lawful||Solicitor Ku Ga-ying|
|Triumph in the Skies II||Pansy||Cameo|
|Bounty Lady||Yuen Huen|
|2014||The Ultimate Addiction||Ho Seung-yee|
|Line Walker||Mok Sin-yan|| TVB Star Awards Malaysia for My Favourite Actress in a Supporting Role |
TVB Star Awards Malaysia for My Favourite Top 15 Drama Characters
|2016||Come with Me||Lam Ching-yee||myTV Super series|
|2017||Tiger Mom Blues||Claire|
|Heart and Greed||Wong Yi Oi|
|1998||Ghost on Fire||TV-Movie|
|Dry Wood Fierce Fire||Phoebe|
|Sleeping with the Dead||Jane Tsang|
|The Wall||one of James' girl|
|Love is Butterfly||Funny's friend|
|Love in Garden Street||Sharon|
|Nine Girls and a Ghost||Elaine|
|2003||Home of Devil: Evil Sledge||a.k.a. House of Devil|
a.k.a. House of Evil: Devil Sledge
|Super Cop||a.k.a. Chao Ji Te Jing|
a.k.a. Murder in the First Degree
|City of SARS||Hung's sister|
|2011||A Dream Team|
|2013||A Secret Between Us|
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|Awards and achievements|
|TVB Anniversary Awards|
for No Regrets
| Best Supporting Actress|
for Ghetto Justice
for Gloves Come Off
|My AOD Favourites Awards|
for No Regrets
| Best Supporting Actress|
for Ghetto Justice
for Gloves Come Off
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