Michelle Yeoh is an internationally-acclaimed action movie star, best-known for her roles in Tomorrow Never dies and the epic Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Known for doing most of her stunts, Michelle Yeoh is the only Malaysian actress to receive a Best Actress nomination at the 2000 BAFTA
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Of Beauty and Strength
Dato' Michelle Yeoh, the lady that I saw on television in the movie 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon' and 'The Mummy'. I was actually pretty surprised when my mother told me that she is a Malaysian. I thought it was one those things parents would tell their kids just so they could be proud of the country. I found out it was the truth in an advertisement on local television channel TV3 when she appeared on-screen to endorse something which I forgot.
Michelle Yeoh is the ideal picture of a woman. She shows that women doesn't necessarily have to be housewives or stuck in the kitchen. She also showed to people that even women can be strong. The mix of beauty and strength portrays a certain level of elegance that is hard to comprehend in itself.
The beauty putting Malaysia on the map
What can I say about Dato' Michelle Yeoh? Not only is she beautiful and a talented actress, she is also the ambassador for Live to Love,an nature-friendly movement.
I remember beaming proudly to myself as I watched her act alongside other major Hollywood superstars, like Pierce Brosnan and Teri Hatcher. I like how strong her personality is whether on-screen or off because her real life accomplishments involve sneaking herself into Burma (and being departed out of) as she wanted to have an interview with Aung Sang Suu Kyi to better understand her plights and to portray her character in the upcoming movie, "The Lady".
This lady is not just strong in movie character,she is also strong at heart. That is Malaysian Spirit.
The stunt women
I first saw this pretty lady on movie screen on James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies, playing Wai Lin. Her acting career boost right after the movie where she starred Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Memoir of a Geisha, The MummyL Tomb of the Dragon Emperor and the lastest biographical film The Lady as Aung San Suu Kyi. Other than that, she is also the voice behind Soothsayer of Kung Fu Panda 2. While staying in acting, she involved herself very much in humanity work especially on education because she understands very well education is the key of improvement. She is a great actress and definitely a great figure in Malaysia.
Graceful lady who can sure pack a punch.
I first saw Michelle Yeoh in "Memoirs Of A Geisha", where her remarkable portrayal of Mameha was immaculately graceful with slow and deliberate movements.
Thereafter I saw her in "The Mummy: Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor", where although she came in quite late in the movie, she still managed to steal some scenes away from her more established cast members.
Recently, I caught the epic "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon", where I was blown away by her performance. Playing the warrior Shu Lien, she managed to show off her fighting prowess as well as her sensitive side in this role.
she certainly is an exciting actress who still has plenty left in her.