Everything everywhere is Michelle Yeoh.
Michelle Yeoh is a Malaysian actor who started her acting career in HongKong in 1985. Throughout the years, she acted in series, movie in different countries. From Hong Kong to Hollywood, this slowly makes her get more recognition worldwide. So now we will take a look at some series and movies that Michelle Yeoh acted in.
1. Yes, Madam (1985)
Her first main roles were in movies in Hong Kong. The film stars Michelle Yeoh as Senior Inspector Ng who teams up with Inspector Carrie Morris to get a hold of microfilm which has been taken unknowingly by low level thieves – Aspirin and Strepsil.
2. Royal Warriors (1986)
Another action movie that Michelle Yeoh acted in. It is about when a tough policewoman learns about a group of violent terrorists, she, along with her partner and a Japanese detective, does everything it takes to take them down.
3. Wing Chun (1994)
Wing-Chun (Michelle Yeoh) is a young lady in charge of a family tofu shop in a mountain village with her father, sister and aunt. After local bullies tried to forcefully marry her during her youth, she trained to become a talented kung fu practitioner to fend off bad men lusting after her beauty, but her new prowess ends up scaring away any suitors to the chagrin of her father.
4. Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)
Michelle Yeoh’s first Hollywood film. She started her Hollywood career with Tomorrow Never Dies in 1997. She was referred to as a “female James Bond” in reference to her combat abilities. She wanted to perform her own stunts but was prevented because director Roger Spottiswoode considered it too dangerous. Nevertheless, she performed all of her own fighting scenes
5. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000)
Master Li, a warrior, asks Yu Shu Lien (Michelle Yeoh) , the woman he loves, to pass on his sword, Green Destiny, to Sir Te. However, when the sword is stolen, Li embarks on a mission to find it.
6. The Lady (2012)
After the assassination of her politician father, young Aung San Suu Kyi (Michelle Yeoh) grows to become a symbol of democracy in Burma, a country ravaged by militarism.
7. Crazy Rich Asians (2018)
Rachel, a professor, dates a man named Nick and looks forward to meeting his family. However, she is shaken up when she learns that Nick belongs to one of the richest families in the country. Michelle Yeoh as Eleanor Sung-Young, Nick’s domineering mother.
8. Everything Everywhere All at Once (2022)
A Chinese immigrant gets unwillingly embroiled in an epic adventure where she must connect different versions of herself in the parallel universe to stop someone who intends to harm the multiverse. With this movie, Michelle Yeoh won the best actress Oscar!