Fala Chen

Fala Chen

Fala Chen (simplified Chinese: 陈法拉; traditional Chinese: 陳法拉) is a Chinese actress. After winning the Miss Chinese International Pageant 2005, Chen made her debut as an actress in the Hong Kong cinema. She rose to prominence for her roles in the drama series Heart of Greed (2007) and its sequel Moonlight Resonance (2008). She won Best Supporting Actress twice at the TVB Anniversary Awards for her performances in the romance series Steps (2007) and the period drama series No Regrets (2010), and made her feature film debut in the crime thriller Turning Point (2009), earning a nomination for Best New Performer in the 29th Hong Kong Film Awards. She went on to star in lead roles in the crime thriller series Lives of Omission (2011), the drama series Triumph in the Skies II, and the horror film Tales from the Dark 2 (both 2013). Chen faded out from the Hong Kong showbiz in 2014 to pursue a master's degree at Juilliard. After graduating, she made her debut in the United States, starring in the HBO psychological thriller series The Undoing (2020). She gained international recognition for her role as Ying Li in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021), and also appeared in the HBO comedy series Irma Vep (2022) and the monster film Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire (2024).