Elizabeth Tan is a British actress of Chinese descent. Known for a number of award-winning BBC television series, she was cast to appear in the long-running ITV Soap Opera, Coronation Street, as the show's first regular Chinese character, making her first appearance in February 2011. Elizabeth is now playing a regular role on Waterloo Road as Princess Windsor. She is also in BBC1's The Syndicate playing Sue Lim.
Anna Zhou in Journey's End, the second episode of the two-part finale of series 4 of the acclaimed British science fiction series Doctor Who, Penny Anderson in New Tricks, Lu Choi in Hustle and the enigmatic Madame Ching in the fantasy drama Spirit Warriors. Other BBC television appearances include Spooks/MI5, Hotel Babylon, and the comedy series, Just for Laughs.
Elizabeth has also worked in theatre and film including her role as Abigail in Arthur Miller's The Crucible (The Waverley Theatre), her memorable portrayal of Bunny in the award-winning play This isn’t Romance at the Soho Theatre and as Pae in the Bollywood film, Love Aaj Kal, starring Saif Ali Khan and Deepika Padukone. Other feature film appearances include Swinging with the Finkels, Witch House: The Legend of Petronel Haxley and Hallo Panda.
Elizabeth Tan is also known for her work in theatre and film including her role as Abigail in Arthur Miller's, "The Crucible", Beatrice in "Much Ado About Nothing" and her memorable portrayal of Bunny in the award-winning play "This isn’t Romance" at the Soho Theatre and as Pei in the Bollywood film, "Love Aaj Kal", starring Saif Ali Kahn and Deepika Padukone.
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