This beauty is also the childhood of many generations of audiences.
When it comes to the beauty with the most innocent eyes on Vietnamese screens, over the years, audiences have still called Meritorious Artist My Duyen. Recently, images of her in the past, when she was the childhood of many audiences with the image of a princess on the theater stage, were suddenly mentioned a lot on social networking platforms. The audience had to nod and admit that the female artist’s appearance that day was truly outstanding.
Her pure, sweet beauty, looking just like a doll, her straight nose and sparkling, innocent eyes really makes people flutter. Perhaps that’s why when talking about the most beautiful princess of the Once Upon a Time stage, audiences often call the name My Duyen.
The princess in the childhood of many viewers
She is known as the beauty with the most “innocent eyes” on Vietnamese screen
The clip about the female artist’s youthful beauty and eyes is of interest to many audiences
My Duyen was born in 1972 in Saigon in a family with a tradition of art. From a young age, she was destined to become a ballet dancer like her mother, but My Duyen became famous in the film industry. In addition to the children’s theater stage, in her youth, the female artist also had success with a series of typical films such as: Bitter Love 2, Knife Blade, How to Forget Little Love, Wolf’s Heart, The Golden Key, Oath, Black Water Hamlet, Foreign Land,…
Love Story in a Narrow Lane
In 2007, My Duyen was awarded the title of Meritorious Artist. Since then, she has mainly developed her career in theater. In recent years, the female artist has more or less made her mark by constantly changing her image on screen. The two most memorable films include May is Splendid and Apple Tree in Bloom. At the age of over 50, of course she is no longer as young and beautiful as before, but she still possesses outstanding beauty and especially when she still has the strength to portray the princess of the stage Once Upon a Time.
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