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Amber Kuo is a Taiwanese actress and singer. She graduated with a degree in sociology and social work from the National Taipei University where she had won a singing contest by singing Avril Lavigne's song, Why. She was signed by Warner Music Taiwan and officially launched in 2008. Her first album was released in 2007. By 2012, she has released four solo albums.

She debuted as the female lead in her first TV drama series, Woody Sambo (2008) and was very favorably received. She then rose to fame with her lead-starring role in the film, Au Revoir Taipei (2010), which won the Promotion of Asian Cinema (NETPAC) Prize at the Berlin International Film Festival. Amber also won Best New Actor at the Taipei Film Festival for her role in Au Revoir Taipei.

In 2010, Amber then won Best Leading Actress in a Television Series at the Golden Bell Awards for her performance in the TV drama, The Happy Times of That Year (2009). She has continued to be an audience and critics favorite with further leading roles in the dramas such as Channel X (2010) and Love Forward (2012), and in films such as Close to You (2010), David Loman (2013) and Tiny Times 1.0 (2013).

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