Loletta Lee Lai-chun

Loletta Lee Lai-chun was born in 1966 in Hong Kong. She is descended from the Nanhai region in the Guangdong province, and is a graduate of the Hip Tung Secondary School. She caught the attention of Johnny Mak when she was 18, who invited her to join the entertainment industry. She soon starred in her first film Everlasting Love. She later starred in the Cinema City Film Company's The Happy Ghost and The Isle of Fantasy, and attained popularity with a girl-next-door image.

Lee subsequently starred in a host of box office hit films including My Family and the It's a Mad Mad World series. She was nominated for Best Actress at the Hong Kong Film Awards for her performance in Final Victory in 1987. During the early 1990's, Lee delivered several breakthrough performances of her career in a number of erotic "category 3" films. These include Crazy Love, Girls Unbutton and Sex And Zen 2, with explicit onscreen performances. She then starred in Ann Hui's Ordinary Heroes which displayed her dramatic range and earned her the Best Actress award at the Golden Horse Awards in Taiwan.

Lee's films also include Before Dawn, Merry Christmas, Kiss Me Goodbye, Keep On Dancing, The Wild Ones, Saga of the Phoenix, Goodbye Hero, Jailhouse Eros, Off Track, Gun And Rose, Remains of a Woman, Why Wild Girls, Once Upon a Time In Triad Society, Those Were The Days, Sexy And Dangerous, Esprit D'amour and Nightmare in the Precinct 7.