Fung Bo Bo

Petrina Fung
Background information
Chinese name 馮寶寶 (traditional)
Chinese name 冯宝宝 (simplified)
Origin Zhongshan, Guangdong
Born (1954-10-30) 30 October 1954
North Borneo Sandakan, North Borneo
Years active 1959 – present
Spouse(s) Chiu Joi Keung
Yoong Siew Chuen
Children 2 sons
Parents Feng Feng
Chan Wai Yu

Petrina Fung Bo Bo (馮寶寶) (born 30 October 1954) is a Hong Kong actress.


The daughter of Hong Kong actor Feng Feng, and the sister of actor Fung Hak-On, Fung Bo Bo started her career as a child actress. By the time she was 14, she had made more than 300 films, and was a noted stage performer across most of South East Asia.

She then went to study in the United Kingdom, during which she met her future first husband, Chiu Joi Keung, who worked in finance.

After a break of 15 years raising her family, and an impending divorce, in the late 1970's her friend Clifton Ko offered the leading role in television drama Wonder Mama. During the 1980's she starred in a series of historical television period drama's, including playing China's lone female emperor, Wu Zetian. She made her film comeback in 1986 in the comedy My Family, also written by and associated produced by Clifton Ko.[1]

Personal life

She has two sons from her first marriage to Chiu Joi Keung. She then married Malaysian businessman Yoong Siew Chuen in 1999, and moved to Penang Island.[2] After divorcing her second husband in 2012, she returned to live in Hong Kong.[3]


Year Title Awards
2010All About Love
2009All's Well, Ends Well 2009
1999Afraid of Nothing, The Jobless King
1995Fake Emperor
Mother of a Different KindNominated - Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actress
1994I Wanna Be Your Man!
It's a Wonderful Life
Right Here Waiting...
I Have a Date with Spring
1993C'est la vie, mon chériWon - Hong Kong Film Award for Best Supporting Actress
Even Mountains Meet
Yesteryou, Yesterme, Yesterday
199292 Legendary La Rose NoireWon - Hong Kong Film Award for Best Supporting Actress
Cash on Delivery
Girls Without Tomorrow 1992
1990Goodbye Hero
Hong Kong Gigolo
1989Beyond the SunsetNominated - Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actress
1988The Eighth Happiness
Girls Without Tomorrow
Miss Magic
Women's Prison
1986My Family
1984 Empress Wu
1975The Floating Clouds
1973China Behind
1971Mighty Couple
1970The Crazy Bar
The Happy Angel
The Lonely Rider
Modern School Life
To Crack the Dragon Gate
1969The Devil Warrior
Four Darling Daughters
Let's Sing And Dance To Celebrate A Peaceful Year
The Little Warrior
Silver Knife, Scarlet Blade
Sky Dragon Castle
Three Encounters
1968The Feats Of Feng Shiyu
Nu Zha's Adventure In The Eastern Sea
The White Dragon
1967The Horrifying Adventure Of A Girl
The Sword And The Lute
1965The Invincible Kid Fang Shiyu
Pink Tears
The Skeleton Tower Under The Sea
Temple Of The Red Lotus
The Twin Swords
1964My Darling Grandchild
1963Little Dragon Girl Teases White Snake Spirit
The Purple Cup
1962The Chase
The Drifting Orphan
Little Artists
The Magic Cup
My Little Lucky Star
Puppet Princess
Sad Tale of Two Women
Scarlet Boy
1961Beggar King Saves The Prince
Little Cosmonaut
Little Go-Between
The Little Go-Between
Little Matchmakers
Little Orphan
Little Prime Minister
The Little Warrior In Red Butterfly
Little White Golden Dragon
Lucky Child Granted By Heaven
Magic Cave
Magic Cup
One Who Saved All
The Orphan's Adventure
Shadow Of A Doubt
Sorrowful Orphans
Valuable False Daughter
Wonder Boy
1960Blooming under a Cool Moon
The Great Devotion
The Little Warrior In Red Butterfly
The Orphan Saved Her Adoptive Mother
The Simpletion And The Thief
The Stormy Night
Traitrous Queen
An Uncle's Sacrifice


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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Deannie Yip
for Dances with the Dragon
Hong Kong Film Award for Best Supporting Actress
for 92 Legendary La Rose Noire
Succeeded by
Fung Bo Bo
for C'est la vie, mon chéri
Preceded by
Fung Bo Bo
for 92 Legendary La Rose Noire
Hong Kong Film Award for Best Supporting Actress
for C'est la vie, mon chéri
Succeeded by
Law Koon-Lan
for I Have a Date with Spring
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