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Nancy Sit Live in Concert 薛家燕 雲頂演唱會
December 17 | 9:00 pm | Central Park
特別嘉賓 陶信維 Special Guest Tony To.
A Hong Kong actress on the TVB network. Her acting career dated back to the 1960s, when she was a popular teen idol alongside Connie Chan Po-chu, and Josephine Siao. Sit recorded many albums in her teens, and later served as a mentor to Anita Mui, who went on to become one of the biggest superstars in Hong Kong history.
Sit first starred in the long-running series A Kindred Spirit, playing one of the show’s central figures. It was the longest-running series in Hong Kong history, with more than 1,000 episodes.
In 1975 she joined to Flatfoot Goes East, a film of Italian director Steno with well-known actor Bud Spencer. In this film, she plays the brief and touching role of a young mother which sacrifices herself to save the life of her son Yoko (Day Golo) from a gangster band.
Sit’s recent work in TVB’s TV series made her very popular in Southeast Asia. Sit stars in the sitcoms, Virtues of Harmony and its sequel Virtues of Harmony II. In Virtues of Harmony, Sit plays a boss of a Chinese restaurant in Ming Dynasty, and playing a similar character in a modern setting in its sequel, Virtues of Harmony II.
In 2000, Nancy is the first actress to be awarded the HKSAR Medal of Honour in Hong Kong.
In 2005 Nancy, and co-star William Hung, featured in the Hong Kong movie Where Is Mama’s Boy. The accompanying soundtracks included theme songs from the movie that were performed by Nancy, William and Huang Yi-Fei (Wong Yat-Fei).
Nancy is the first actress to be awarded “Outstanding Women Professionals Award” at “The Outstanding Women Professional and Entrepreneurs Awards 2014” organized by Hong Kong Women Professional & Entrepreneurs Association. The TVB variety show “Walk The Walk, Talk The Talk” she hosted with Wong Cho Lam is also awarded “My Favourite TVB Variety / Infotainment Programme” and “My Favourite TVB Variety Show Host” at Star Hurb Awards 2014 in Singapore.