Michelle Yeoh

Nearly four decades into her career, Michelle Yeoh found that "as you get older, the roles get smaller" and "you start getting relegated to the side more and more." However, "Everything Everywhere All At Once" broke that cycle by casting her in the lead.
Her membership comes in the same year as her Oscar win for best actress in “Everything Everywhere All at Once.”
The "Everything Everywhere All at Once" actor married Todt, a former Ferrari CEO, in Geneva 6,992 days after their romance began.
The upcoming Disney+ show “American Born Chinese" reunites Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan and Stephanie Hsu — and is chock-full of fantastical action.
Too many career women are held back because of ageism. Yeoh's words are the encouragement we could all use.
The "Everything Everywhere All At Once" star and Oscar winner shifted attention to highlight the inequalities women and girls globally face after a disaster.
A report describing Yeoh's historic Oscars win for Best Actress set them off.
The “Everything Everywhere All at Once” star is the first Asian actor to win an Oscar in the Best Actress category.
The "Everything Everywhere All At Once" Oscar nominee reportedly may have risked violating academy rules with her post.
“We said, ‘We are here to stay,’ and that’s what we need to do now is to keep pushing forwards — not to look back.”