In addition to her many feature films, Nancy Kwan has proven herself
on the stage, with performances in the US, Europe, and Asia.
Over the years she has appeared in guest starring roles on several
popular television shows.
She has also starred in made-for-television movies, which are listed
separately in the Filmography section.
In the nineties she lent her story-telling abilities and her
mellifluous voice to narrating audiobooks, which are some of the most
enjoyable of her recent works.
Click on each highlighed title for more information; more summaries
will be coming soon.
|A Midsummer Night's Dream||Shakespearean Comedy||1958|
|The World of Suzie Wong||Romantic Drama||1960|
|The Quartered Man||Espionage/Mystery||1986|
|Arthur and Leila||Drama||1993|
|Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf||Drama||1994|
|Love Letters||Romantic Drama||1995|
|Love Letters||Romantic Drama||2004|
|What's My Line?||Game Show||1960|
|The Bob Hope Christmas Special||Comedy/Variety||1961|
|Disney Time: Around the World with Walt Disney||Children's Comedy||1966|
|The Dean Martin Variety Show||Comedy/Variety||1969|
|Trapper John, MD||Medical Drama||1984|
|Knot's Landing||Serial Drama||1984|
|Partners in Crime||Police Drama||1984|
|Yan Can Cook||Cooking||1994|
|San Francisco Chinatown Parade||News||2002|
|Asian Excellence Awards||Awards Show||2006|
|The Works||Arts Review||2006|
|When Heaven and Earth Changed Places||Biographical Drama||1989|
|Fairwell My Concubine||Drama||1993|
|Red Azelea||Biographical Drama||1994|
|I Am America: Get Hooked on History||Nonfiction||1995|
|The Poems of Emily Dickinson||Poetry||1996|