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Monica Lo

Monica Lo
Born Monica Sharon Lo
(1978-09-26) September 26, 1978 (age 35)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Actress
Years active 1993–present

Monica Sharon Lo (Chinese: 卢淑仪, Lo Suk Yi) (born September 26, 1978 in Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian model and actress. With ancestry from Hong Kong, she began her modeling career at age 15. In 1996, Monica was crowned as Miss Chinese Toronto and eventually became an actress in Hong Kong after winning the Miss Chinese International Pageant 1997.

Acting career

Year Film Role
1993 Daughter of Darkness
2000 Pau ma dei dik yuet gwong
2001 Chung chong ging chaat
Yuet mood pau sai waan Suk Yee Lo
Qi hao cha guan
2002 Fung lau ga chuk Suk Yee Lo
Gon chaai lit feng Suk Yee Lo
Saai sau kwong lung Suk Yee Lo
Che goh ha tin yau yee sing
Chek law dak gung Student murdered in cage
Show zu qing shen Ching-ching
2003 Fei dian ren sheng
Yau yen faan jiu
Belly of the Beast Lulu
2004 Ngoh dik da gau fu mo
Dzin yoeng saam bo
Mak dau sin sang Lucy
2008 Legacy Mai

Lo was also in the second season of The Amazing Race Asia.

  • Episode #2.1 (2007)
  • Episode #2.2 (2007)
  • Episode #2.13 (2008)

External links

  • IMDb entry
Preceded by
Cheng Siew-kee
Miss Chinese International
Succeeded by
Louisa Luk
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