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So-Foon Wong

So-Foon Wong is an actress, known for Sin yan (2010), Gun chung (2007) and Jiao zi (2004). See full bio »

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Known For

Sin yan
Sin yan Jewelry Store Worker
(2010)
Gun chung
Gun chung IB Policeman
(2007)
Jiao zi
Jiao zi Kate's mother
(2004)
Cheung wong chi wong
(2010)

Filmography

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 2015 Fau wa yin
 2012 Love in the Buff
Masseuse
 2011 Ji keung hei si 2011
Obnoxious Cosmetics Shopper
 2010 Jiu tu
Mrs. Lei
 2010 Sin yan
Jewelry Store Worker
 2010 Cheung wong chi wong
Nurse
 2009 Laughing Gor: Bin chit
Waitress
 2009 Soundless Wind Chime
Dancer (as So Fun Wong)
 2008 Triad Wars
Policewoman
 2008 Ngok nam shi kin
Madam Ho
 2007 Cheut ai kup gei
Heart-attack Widow
 2007 Gun chung
IB Policeman (as Sunny Wong)
 2007 A huo B huo (as Sunny Wong)
 2004 Saam gaang yi
Kate's Mother (segment "Dumplings")
 2004 Jiao zi
Kate's mother
 2004 Hun qian sha xing wei
Bar Hostess
 2003 Heroic Duo
Mrs. Cheung
 1991 Meng gui hu li jing
Siu Ching
 1980 Xing mu zai
Big-eyed Sis (as Su-huan Huang)
 1974 Da jiao long (as Su-huan Huang)
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Alternate Names:

Su-huan Huang | So Fun Wong | Sunny Wong

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