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Lisa Lu Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jan 1, 0001
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Asian actress Lisa Lu made an auspicious American film debut as Mme Sue-Mei Hung in the 1960 war drama [[Feature~V33503~The Mountain Road.~themountainroad]] Lu went on to play the demeaningly nicknamed bellhop Hey Girl on TV's Have Gun Will Travel. In 1972, she was cast in the more worthwhile role of Lady Thiang in [[Feature~V83754~Anna and the King~annaandthekingofsiam]] (1972), the short-lived TV series adaptation of The King and I. A dauntingly versatile character actress by the 1980s, Lu racked up several impressive film and TV credits, including her chilling portrayal of the Dowager Empress in [[Feature~V28316~The Last Emperor~thelastemperor]] (1987) and her moving performance as natural-born "survivor" An Mei in [[Feature~V119009~The Joy Luck Club~thejoyluckclub]] (1993). In 1994, Lisa Lu served as narrator of the documentary [[Feature~V149593~China: Beyond the Clouds.~china:beyondtheclouds]] ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi