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李嘉茜  ♀
Lee Ga-Sai
Li Chia-Chien,  Li Chia-Hsien,  Jessie Lee,  Jessie Li Chia-Hsi,  Jassie Li
Born: August 11th, 1943





 
Filmography (1969-1987)
 
  演員 / Actor (1969-1987)
    我還是永遠愛著你 / I Love You Forever (1969)    
    大劍士 / The Great Plot (1970)    
    孟姜女 / The Great Wall (1970)    
    浮雲朵朵 / Her Tender Age (1970)    
    金玫瑰 / Golden Rose (1971)    
    龍虎會風雲 / Heroes of Sung (1971) ... / Yan Nu
    劍魂 / The Living Sword (1971)    
    月夜煞星 / The Noctural Killer (1971)    
    風雷魔鏡 / The Devil's Mirror (1972) ... / Jiuxuan Witch
    亡命徒 / The Fugitive (1972) ... / Fung Da Jiao
    不速之客 / The Stranger (1973)    
    應召男郎 / The Gigolo (1974)    
    乜都得先生 / Lovable Mr. Able (1974)    
    運財童子小祖宗 / Lucky, Lucky (1974)    
    夕陽浪花愛 / Sea-Wave in Sunset and Love (1977)    
    楓葉情 / Forever My Love (1979)    
    風水二十年 / The Lost Generation (1983) ... / Concert guest
    人民英雄 / People's Hero (1987) ... 有心臟病的顧客的老婆 / Bank customer
 
 
Biography
 
  Li was born in Shanghai and moved to Taiwan with her grandparents at age 5. She became an actor coincidentally and starred in various films during the 1970s, including "The Great Wall", "The Devil's Mirror", "Heroes of Sung" and "Lovable Mr. Able". She played the Devil Girl in "The Devil's Mirror". [...] In "Heroes of Sung", Li portrayed the mighty subordinate of the head of Feng Yun Tang. Li withdrew from the limelight in the late 1980s, white winning at cooking contests organized by Asia Television (ATV) and the Hong Kong Tourism Council respectively. She also became a columnist at Next Magazine with topics on cookery, and then later as the Courtesy Ambassador of the Tourism Council. In 1994, Li joined the Landis Taipei Hotel in Taiwan as the publicity manager of Chinese catering. She also hosted a cookery TV program with her son Hou Kuan-Chiung at China Television (CTV).

From the Celestial DVD release of "The Devil's Mirror".