Hong Hui Fang started acting after completing her drama training course. Over the years, she has once and again made viewers sit up and take note of her impeccable acting skills. This dedicated artiste constantly seeks out new ways to improve herself.

Hui Fang's defining role in her career was that of a conniving and gullible samsui woman in 1986's Samsui Women. It was that breakthrough that pushed Hui Fang to the pinnacle of her career.

Hui Fang further outshone the field in Star Awards '97 where she picked up the Best Supporting Actress award for her role in Price Of Peace. Her convincing portrayal of a housewife being gang raped by Japanese soldiers spurred an onslaught of sympathies from viewers. Since then, she has clinched one challenging role after another. Audiences can expect more of this sparkling actress in her upcoming production Vive La Familie III, where she puts on a pseudo Malaysian accent as a nosey aunt from Ipoh.