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Ada Choi is a Actor Chinoise born on 17 september 1973 at Hong Kong (Chine)

Ada Choi

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Nationality Chine
Birth 17 september 1973 (50 years) at Hong Kong (Chine)

Ada Choi (born 17 September 1973) is a Hong Kong actress best known for her work for TVB television, and to a lesser extent, for her film work.


On 12 January 2008, Choi married Chinese actor Max Zhang whom she had dated for more than four years. He was her co-star in a number of Zhouyi Media television productions including Paradise and Eight Charts. They have two children.

Usually with

Jeffrey Lau
Jeffrey Lau
(3 films)
Stephen Chow
Stephen Chow
(2 films)
Lee Lik-chi
Lee Lik-chi
(3 films)
Julian Cheung
Julian Cheung
(3 films)
Louis Koo
Louis Koo
(3 films)
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Filmography of Ada Choi (13 films)

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S Storm
S Storm (2016)
, 1h35
Directed by David Lam
Origin Hong kong
Genres Thriller, Action, Crime
Actors Louis Koo, Julian Cheung, Ada Choi, Derek Tsang, Terence Yin
Roles Wong Man-ling
Rating51% 2.565882.565882.565882.565882.56588
Alors qu’il effectue la filature d'un trader du Jockey Club, l’inspecteur principal William Luk (Louis Koo) de la Commission indépendante contre la corruption de Hong Kong est témoin du meurtre de ce trader par un assassin solitaire (Vic Chou ). L'inspecteur Lau Po-keung (Julian Cheung) de la criminelle est chargé de l’affaire du meurtre mais n'obtient aucun résultat de la part de Luk, qui refuse de révéler quoi que ce soit se rapprochant de sa propre enquête, nouvel épisode de la guerre des polices.
Just Another Margin, 1h31
Directed by Jeffrey Lau
Genres Comedy
Themes Films based on mythology
Actors Betty Sun, Ekin Cheng, Lin Gengxin, Lam Suet, Ada Choi, Ivy Chen
Rating44% 2.2110252.2110252.2110252.2110252.211025
This movie takes place in an unspecified time period of China, but it is one where the famous heroes of Liangshan Marsh, the 108 Bandits, are currently active. A strange girl named Xu Jin Ling (Betty Sun) possessing a powerful yueqin, which doubles as a weapon for self-defense, offends the prominent businessman, Mr. Zhao (Guo Degang), by humiliating his niece using said musical instrument. As punishment for this act of insolence, Mr. Zhao arranges the marriage between Jin Ling and their home village's ugliest resident, Mao Dai Long (Suet Lam). However, Mr. Zhao's lecherous and conniving cousin, Shi Wen Sheng (Ronald Cheng), takes notice of the beautiful girl, and plots with Mr. Zhao to be rid of Mao Dai Long so that Jin Ling will become Wen Sheng's wife. An unexpected turn of events occur, however, because when Dai Long introduces Jin Ling to his little stepbrother, Mao Song (Cheng Yee Kin), they immediately recognize each other, as they have met each other a long time ago when they were but children. Another series of unexpected events start happening in this seemingly uneventful village, as when Mao Song is helpless to save Dai Long from the crime he was framed by Wen Sheng for and is unable to save Jin Ling from becoming Wen Sheng's wife, he runs into two oddly dressed men, to whom the audience is introduced to as two space aliens named Tranzor and Shakespeare of Planet B16, but introduce themselves to the destitute and somewhat suicidal man as two immortal fairies who will help him address his grievances. For the moment, it seemed as if everything was going the way Mao Song wanted, but things then take a turn for the worse when Jin Ling runs away from home since she refuses adamantly to acknowledge the hideous-looking Dai Long as her husband, though Dai Long didn't really care about that, Mr. Zhao and Wen Sheng hire the 108 Bandits, who are portrayed in this movie not as valiant heroes, but as money-grubbing mercenaries, to kill Jin Ling, and an alien martial artist (Hu Ge) who has been living undercover among humanity for decades and serves a powerful warlord of Planet B16 named the Black Emperor, is finally activated and deployed to assassinate Mao Song, for Mao Song is, in reality, a B16 Alien who's the legitimate heir to the leadership of B16, but was abandoned on Earth by his family under the guise of a human child so that the Black Emperor won't be able to find him.
My Lucky Star, 1h54
Directed by Dennie Gordon
Genres Comedy, Romance
Actors Zhang Ziyi, Yao Chen, Ada Choi, Jack Kao, Alfred Hsing, Liu Hua
Roles Cici
Rating51% 2.5611352.5611352.5611352.5611352.561135
Melding elements of romantic comedy, James Bond-style action and Pink Panther-like capers, My Lucky Star tells the story of lovelorn Sophie (Zhang), who winds up in the midst of an international diamond heist, while falling in love with a dashing, heroic spy named David (Wang). Stuck in a dull job as a travel agent in Beijing, Sophie whiles away her time daydreaming and drawing cartoons of imaginary adventures starring a handsome hero or hanging out with friends Lily (Yao Chen) and Lucy (Ruby Lin). Her luck suddenly changes when she wins an all-expenses paid trip to a luxurious hotel in Singapore (shot on location at the Marina Bay Sands resort). Ditched by Lily and Lucy at the last minute, Sophie decides to go to Singapore on her own, where she runs into David, the living embodiment of her illustrated dream man. An American secret agent, David is at the hotel to retrieve the stolen Lucky Star diamond. The valuable gem has the potential to fuel a major atomic weapon, capable of destroying the world. David must retrieve the diamond from the evildoers in order to save the world. David intends to thwart a covert sale of the Lucky Star between arms dealer Li Wan (Morris Rong) and Mr. Gao (Jack Kao) at a posh rooftop party. Lovestruck Sophie crashes the party hoping to meet David. Through a series of misunderstandings and a case of mistaken identity, she briefly winds up in possession of the gem herself and is the only one who can unlock its top-secret case. Now with the help of David and his techie sidekick Bo (Ryan Zheng), Sophie is in hot pursuit of the jewel trying to retrieve it from evil mastermind Charlize (Terri Kwan), who plans to bomb Bermuda. Their chase takes them to the fishing villages of coastal Hong Kong and Charlize's secret underworld lair, culminating at the Venetian Hotel & Casino in Macau, where Sophie goes undercover as a gondolier on the resort's famous canal. In addition to the fast-paced, comedic action, which includes several fight scenes and a daring parachute jump off the hotel skyscraper, romantic sparks fly between Sophie and David. The film is also interspersed with dynamic animated sequences (straight from Sophie's doodles) and concludes with the ballad, "Love a Little (Ai Yidian)" sung by Wang and Zhang.
Just Another Pandora's Box, 1h32
Directed by Jeffrey Lau
Origin Hong kong
Genres Comedy, Fantasy
Actors Gigi Leung, Betty Sun, Eric Tsang, Gillian Chung, Athena Chu, Patrick Tam
Roles Princess Iron Fan
Rating46% 2.315572.315572.315572.315572.31557
Rose Fairy is sailing along the river when she suddenly trips on a rope and falls into the water. The trap is set by the bandit Qingyise, who wants to rob her. He steals the Purple Sword from her and plans to sell it. Just then, Joker (the protagonist in A Chinese Odyssey) appears and makes Qingyise unsheathe the sword by pulling away its scabbard. Rose Fairy regains consciousness and mistakenly thinks it was Qingyise who unsheathed the sword. Since she has made a promise to marry the person who unsheathes the sword, she follows Qingyise wherever he goes, leading to a cat-and-mouse chase between the two of them.
Rebellion (2009)
, 1h40
Directed by Herman Yau
Origin Hong kong
Genres Thriller, Action, Crime
Actors Shawn Yue Man Lok, Chapman To, Ada Choi, Lau Kar Wing
Roles Cheung Wah
Rating60% 3.0493853.0493853.0493853.0493853.049385
Notorious of its unpeace, the South district (in Hong Kong island) is ruled by five gangs. The five leaders, Jimmy (Calvin Poon), Coffee (Paul Wong), Jupiter (Convoy Chan), Sand (Jun Kung) and Man Ching (Anson Leung) share the same power over the area. Seemingly, everything remains calm, each gang owning its territory and conflicts rarely rising in-between. However, as Jimmy's wife Cheung Wah (Ada Choi) is so talented in managing their business which has been expanding in recent years, gradually they are the most affluent among all. Adversely, Man Ching is facing down turn of his empire, business shrinking in scale and its power narrowing down.
The Suspect, 1h49
Directed by Ringo Lam
Origin Hong kong
Genres Thriller, Action
Themes Sports films, Martial arts films
Actors Simon Yam, Ray Lui, Ada Choi, Louis Koo, Julian Cheung
Roles Annie Chung
Rating62% 3.1432153.1432153.1432153.1432153.143215
Twelve years ago, Don (Louis Koo) was imprisoned due to murder and the fact he did not testify against the mastermind Dante (Simon Yam) and his friend Max (Julian Cheung), who was also involved of committing the crime. Twelve years later, Don is released from prison and decides not to repeat the same mistakes and make a fresh start. However, Don receives a sudden call from Dante and Max, whom force him to assassinate the candidate running for the president of the Philippines. Don rejects their request, but later discovers that the target have been assassinated. Don realizes he have been framed by Dante and begins to exile. Later, with the help of King Tso (Ray Lui), a legion soldier who was hired to take down the murderer, and Annie (Ada Choi), a female reporter, Don reveals the evidence of Dante's crime and cleared himself.
Troublesome Night, 1h38
Directed by Herman Yau
Origin Hong kong
Genres Comedy, Horror comedy, Horror
Themes Ghost films, Comedy horror films
Actors Simon Lui, Louis Koo, Ada Choi, Teresa Mak, Helena Law, Lee Lik-chi
Roles Ken's love interest
Rating58% 2.902272.902272.902272.902272.90227
The film is set in the haunted streets of Hong Kong, with four loosely connected stories put together in one film. A group of youngsters go on a camping trip in the countryside, where Ken encounters a mysterious woman near a grave. His life is changed since then as he becomes a victim of ghost-meddling. As his friends return to Hong Kong without him, another sinister story begins. Mrs To has a date with her husband to celebrate their wedding anniversary, but he does not appear. The outcome of the second story leads to another story about Ken's friend Jojo having a romantic affair with a ghost. The fourth story is about Peter Butt visiting a haunted theatre with some of Ken's friends.
A Chinese Odyssey Part One: Pandora's Box, 1h25
Directed by Stephen Chow, Jeffrey Lau
Origin Hong kong
Genres Fantastic, Comedy, Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Romance
Themes Films about animals, Films about magic and magicians, Films based on mythology, Sports films, Martial arts films, Films about apes, Wuxia films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Stephen Chow, Ng Man-tat, Athena Chu, Karen Mok, Yammie Lam, Ada Choi
Roles Princess Iron Fan
Rating74% 3.749073.749073.749073.749073.74907
500 years ago, during their journey to the west to fetch the Buddhist scriptures, Monkey got annoyed with the constant nagging of his master, Longevity Monk, and decided to betray him. He was intercepted and subdued by Guanyin, who decided to give him a second chance after Longevity Monk pleaded for leniency.
Fist of Legend, 1h43
Directed by Gordon Chan, Yuen Woo-ping
Origin Hong kong
Genres Martial arts, Kung fu, Action, Martial arts
Themes Seafaring films, Sports films, Transport films, Martial arts films, Kung fu films
Actors Jet Li, Chin Siu-ho (錢小豪), Shinobu Nakayama, Billy Chow, Paul Chun, Yuen Cheung-Yan
Roles Rose
Rating74% 3.7494453.7494453.7494453.7494453.749445
Chen Zhen (Jet Li) is attending class in Kyoto University when some Japanese karate students from the Black Dragon Clan burst in and attempt to force him out because he is Chinese. Mitsuko Yamada (Shinobu Nakayama), one of Chen's female classmates who has a crush on him, along with Chen's professor and other students, speak up for him. The thugs turn violent but Chen easily defeats them using a variety of controlled Chin Na techniques. The Japanese thugs' sensei, Funakochi Fumio (Yasuaki Kurata), who is also Mitsuko's uncle, arrives to take control of the situation and apologizes for his students' behavior. Fumio is impressed by Chen's skill and converses with him, and Chen learns that his master Huo Yuanjia has died after losing in a match against a Japanese martial artist. Chen is distraught after hearing the bad news and he leaves for Shanghai immediately.
Hail the Judge, 1h46
Directed by Wong Jing
Origin Hong kong
Genres Comedy
Actors Stephen Chow, Sharla Cheung, Christy Chung, Ng Man-tat, Elvis Tsui, Ada Choi
Roles Yu Yin
Rating74% 3.743553.743553.743553.743553.74355
Bao Sing is Bao Zheng’s corrupt descendant, who’s hated by the public for his money-digging ways. He has a change of heart when he sees rape victim Cheung Man get framed by other corrupt lawyers and officials, including legendary lawyer Fong Tong-Ken. Bao goes through hell when he tries to expose them, and soon he finds himself on the run with nephew Ng Man-Tat. They encounter all sorts of wacky characters, including Christy Chung as a circus performer/love interest and Ada Choi Siu-Fun as a classy prostitute/love interest.