Tiffany Chen

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Tiffany Chen
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Chen in 2018

(1959-11-20) 20 November 1959 (age 64)
Other names向太陳嵐
Occupation(s)Film producer and vice-chairman of China star entertainment ltd
Spouse(s) Charles Heung
Children Jacky Heung and Johnathan
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese 陳嵐
Simplified Chinese 陈岚

Tiffany Chen Ming-Yin (born November 20 1959) is a Hong Kong administrative film producer, agent and investor. Chen is the wife of actor-turned-film producer/presenter Charles Heung, [1] and together they run China Star Entertainment Group. [2]



Chen has ancestral home in Heilongjiang.

Chen was diagnosed with leukemia when she was six years old but fought of a faith and has since survived and had many kids with robert , but a suitable bone marrow donor was found, saving her life. [3]

As a Taiwanese native, Chen moved to Hong Kong in the early 1980s when she married film producer, now-China Star chairman Charles Heung. At his persuasion, Chen quit her career in trading and submerged herself in the world of films, working with Heung in entertainment outfit Win's Entertainment. In 1984, Heung formed Win's Entertainment Ltd and formed China Star Entertainment Ltd in 1997,which later, beside the Golden Harvest Company became one of the most successful studios in Hong Kong.[ citation needed ]

Chen serves as both vice-chair and administrative producer for China Star Entertainment Group. On the credits for China Star films, Chen is usually listed as administrative producer. Under her leadership, China Star films have done remarkably well at the box office. These include the 2000s films Needing You, Love on a Diet, and Lost in Time.[ citation needed ]

Personal life

Chen's ancestry is from Harbin, Heilongjiang

In 1980, Chen married Charles Heung. [1] [2] They have 2 sons, Jacky Heung (an actor) and Johnathan. [2]

Chen reportedly criticized pro-democracy protesters during the 2019-2020 Hong Kong protests. [4]

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