Cheung is considered a " Sing girl "—an actress who first received media attention through starring alongside Stephen Chow , and later went on to her own successful career. Her parents divorced when she was nine years old. She was sent to Melbourne to live with her aunt at the age of fourteen and then attended Camberwell Girls Grammar School. Her career began in , when she was cast in a television commercial advertising lemon tea. She caught the attention of Stephen Chow after shooting the ad. Later, Cheung made her film debut as a young nightclub hostess in Stephen Chow's King of Comedy
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Cecilia Cheung is many things. The actress-singer - who was discovered by Hong Kong director-actor Stephen Chow who gave her a breakthrough role in King of Comedy - is talented, gorgeous, feisty and vocal. She has also shown herself to be kind and compassionate to the elderly, kids, animals and her fans. Unfortunately, Cecilia has also landed herself in hot soup a couple of times, and has been the subject of front page news on several occasions, and not for great things.
Edison Chen bounces back after intimate-photo scandal
In her long association with Cecilia Cheung, manager and producer Tiffany Chen was the woman who stood by her when the men in the actress' life let her down. Cheung, 34, seems to have lost one of her most determined defenders with her dismissal from Legend Of The Gods, a 3D movie produced by China Star, the company of Chen's husband, Charles Heung. In blistering interviews with the Chinese and Hong Kong media in the past week, Heung, 66, said he would never work with the star again and Chen, 56, accused her of unprofessional conduct on set.
By Reuters Staff. Appearing in court wearing dark glasses, a cap and face mask as photographers swarmed around him, Sze Ho-chun was found guilty by a Hong Kong magistrate of three counts of obtaining access to a computer with a view to making a dishonest gain. Sze, 24, who serviced a laptop computer belonging to Chen in , was accused of unlocking encrypted files, then copying and distributing over lewd photographs. Chen, who has a regional following, admitted to taking the pictures of him performing sex acts with at least half a dozen women, including the Hong Kong starlets Cecilia Cheung, Bobo Chan and Cantopop star Gillian Chung from the pop duo Twins. He adjourned sentencing till May 13 but said a jail term was inevitable given the nature of the crime.