Nancy Kwan. Nancy Kwan Ka-shen (en chino tradicional, 關家蒨; pinyin, Guān Jiāqiàn; jyutping, Gwaan1 Gaa1sin6, Hong Kong, nacida el 19 de mayo de 1939) es una actriz, filántropa y ex bailarina china-estadounidense que contribuyó decisivamente a la aceptación de actores de ascendencia asiática en los principales papeles ...
Nancy Kwan Ka-shen (Chinese: 關家蒨; Jyutping: Gwaan1 Gaa1sin6; born May 19, 1939) is a Chinese-American actress. In addition to her personality and looks, her career benefited from Hollywood's casting of more Asian roles in the 1960s, especially in comedies. She was considered an Eastern sex symbol in the 1960s.
Nancy Kwan. Actress: The World of Suzie Wong. At just 18, Nancy Kwan was studying dance with England's Royal Ballet School, when she was spotted by producer Ray Stark, who tested her and gave her the starring role of a free-spirited Hong Kong prostitute who captivates artist William Holden in The World of Suzie Wong (1960).
Nancy Kwan is a Chinese-American actress who starred in The World of Suzie Wong (1960) and Flower Drum Song (1961) in Hollywood. She was born in China to a Chinese father and a British mother, and studied ballet in England. She has a son from her first marriage, a martial-arts master and stunt coordinator, who died of AIDS in 1996. She is also politically active and produces commercials for Southeast Asia.
Nancy Kwan Ka-shen es una actriz, filántropa y exbailarina china-estadounidense que contribuyó decisivamente a la aceptación de actores de ascendencia asiática en los principales papeles cinematográficos de Hollywood.