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Mok was born on 2 June 1970 as Karen Joy Morris in Hong Kong and is the sister of the writer and producer Trevor Morris, and a granddaughter of Alfred Morris, the first principal of King’s College, Hong Kong.

Amongst others, she has joined efforts to help bears in China whose bile is used for medicinal purposes and has been on an expedition with Hong Kong Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) to demonstrate against culling of baby seals.
Mok conducted a number of international concert tours, the most recent ones being The original Karen Mok show (2011/2012), The Age of MOKnificence (2014/2015) and the world tour REGARDEZ (2015/2016).

In her initial Hollywood productions such as Around the World in 80 Days (2004) Mok used her birth name Karen Joy Morris, but went to using her stage name Karen Mok for all future productions such as Man of Tai Chi (2013) .
She attended United World College of the Adriatic near Trieste, Italy from 1987 to 1989, and majored in Italian literature when studying at Royal Holloway, University of London.
Mok attended Diocesan Girls’ School from primary to secondary grade in Hong Kong.
In October 2008, she launched her own brand of perfume in Hong Kong. When she was a F.5 student, she received the 1st Hong Kong Outstanding Students Awards.

She later left Hong Kong in 1987 and studied abroad.
She speaks English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Italian, German and French. She is of mixed ancestry: her father is half-Chinese and half-Welsh, while her mother is half-Chinese, quarter-Iranian, and quarter-German. [wikipedia]

Karen Mok filmography


Karen Mok

Poster for the movie "Black Mask"

Black Mask

Tsui Chik (or Simon in the US version) tries to lead a quiet life as a librarian. However, he is really a former test...
Poster for the movie "Mr Cinema"

Mr Cinema

Zhou Heung Kong (Anthony Wong) runs the film projector in a Hong Kong cinema and staunchly embraces a left-wing viewpoint. Mr. Cinema also known as...
Poster for the movie "Lost Indulgence"

Lost Indulgence

After a car accident which kills him, the wife and son of a taxi driver take in the injured prostitute he was driving. Lost Indulgence...
Poster for the movie "Task Force"

Task Force

Cleverly constructed and often subtly humorous, TASK FORCE is a surprisingly fresh take on the police-unit genre currently in vogue in Hong Kong that...
Poster for the movie "King of Comedy"

King of Comedy

Broadly inspired by, rather than a remake of, Scorsese's pic of the same name, Stephen Chiau's Chinese New Year B.O. topper, King of Comedy,...
Poster for the movie "So Close"

So Close

Poster for the movie "Fallen Angels"

Fallen Angels

Fallen Angels is a 1995 Hong Kong drama film written and directed by Wong Kar-wai, starring Leon Lai, Michelle Reis, Takeshi Kaneshiro, Charlie Yeung,...
Poster for the movie "Better and Better"

Better and Better

Sun Xiangcheng, a self-styled professional fan organiser, is called from his home village of West Well Valley by his mother Yuanfang.
Poster for the movie "Man of Tai Chi"

Man of Tai Chi

In Beijing, a young martial artist's skill places him in position to experience opportunities and sacrifices. Man of Tai Chi Movie Trailer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIKQCZDYfEIMan of Tai...
Poster for the movie "The Road Less Traveled"

The Road Less Traveled

The movie tells the tragic story of a Semi-truck driver (Louis Koo) who accidentally runs over and kills a restaurant owner (Yin Xiaotian) in...
Poster for the movie "Go Lala Go!"

Go Lala Go!

About a working class woman climbing her way up the corporate ladder and scoring a hot, rich boyfriend along the way, this romantic comedy...
Poster for the movie "Lost Indulgence"

Lost Indulgence

After a car accident which kills him, the wife and son of a taxi driver take in the injured prostitute he was driving. The relationship...
Poster for the movie "Young and Dangerous 3"

Young and Dangerous 3

Chan Ho Nam and Chicken are back again in Young and Dangerous 3, this time taking on the rival "Tung Sing" triad, who is...
Poster for the movie "All the Way"

All the Way

This love story is disguised as a road drama and a crime story with all the twists and turns along the way.
Poster for the movie "Shaolin Soccer"

Shaolin Soccer

Shaolin Soccer is a 2001 Hong Kong martial arts sports comedy film co-written and directed by Stephen Chow, who also stars in the lead...

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