Ms. Kar Ling
Original name Ho Pui-ying, Patsy Kar Ling enrolled in the actor's training course at Lan Kwong Film Company and joined Dihua Film Company with Patrick Tse Yin, where she was picked by Chun Kim to star in "The Strange Case of Three Wives" (1955). That same year, she switched over to Kwong Ngee Motion Picture Production Company and got famous with "Dragnet" (1956). She became one of the three premier actresses in the company. Kar Ling had starred in over 60 films, which included "Blossom in Rainy May, Part One and Two" (1960), "How to Get a Wife" (1961), "The Beau" (1964) and "The Story of a Discharged Prisoner" (1967). She was excellent in playing high class and attractive characters like wealthy ladies or social butterflies. In her farewell film "The Strange Girl" (1967), she took up the challenging role as a lady who got sexual psychologist aberration, offering one of her best performances. In 1963, she married a Thai Chinese and retired in 1967, henceforth settled down in Thailand.