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Su Au is an actor known for her earlier works as the shaved hair sidekick Angel in Sealed With A Kiss with Louis Koo and YoYo Mung directed by Derek Chiu, nominated for best supporting role. The mystic psychic Sanni in the rom-com Twelve Nights directed by Aubrey Lam starring Cecilia Cheung and Eason Chan. Gangster Master 9 in the 16mm indie-independent Cross Harbour Tunnel who she also art directed, by director Lawrence Wong who he co-wrote with the talented Cheuk Wan-chi, which successfully premiered at the Hong Kong 25th International Film Festival.  Su Au garnered great opportunities in Hong Kong which she always cites as the place which gave her her strong foundation in all TV & film production, casting, and scripting, before being in front of the camera, as well as modelling for fashion and magazines to billboard advertising campaigns, and contemporary dance performances in arts venues around Hong Kong & Tokyo.

She is originally from Hong Kong and grew up in the UK, she identifies herself as a HK born British-Chinese artist and actor. She studied Fine Art at Camberwell, Philosophy at Middlesex and Critical studies, Studio-practice & Time-based media at London Metropolitan University in the Sir John Cass Art Department under the tutelage of Nico de Oliveira and David Wilkinson who she says left a lasting impression and impact on her thinking and creativity as an artist.  She also trained at the IDSA, Identity School of Acting to fine-tune her craft in acting. She now lives in London after relocating back from Hong Kong with her beautiful son. 

She is currently working on a new project in production titled A Suit, by Davorka Bakota playing one of the main leads as Zoe. 

 

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