Rosamund Kwan Chi-Lam is a Hong Kong actress. She is the daughter of Shaw Brothers star Kwan Shah and actress Cheung Bing Sai. She began working in television in Hong Kong at the age of 17 and has appeared in more than 50 films since.
Although the majority of her roles were in dramatic films, she is best known internationally for her roles in Hong Kong action films, alongside a variety of major stars of the genre. Her movie debut was in the Chow Yun Fat film, Headhunter. She appeared with Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung and Yuen Biao in Twinkle, Twinkle Lucky Stars and again with Chan in Project A Part 2 and Armour of God. She also appeared with Jet Li in the films Swordsman II, Dr. Wai and the Scripture with No Words and as "Sap Saam Ee" (Shao Yun or "13th Aunt") throughout the Once Upon a Time in China movie series.
Amongst her more dramatic roles, she notably appeared with House of Flying Daggers star Andy Lau in several films including Casino Raiders and The Wesley's Mysterious Files.
Her last film was Feng Xiaogang's Chinese comedy, Big Shot's Funeral, which starred Donald Sutherland as a film director and Kwan as his adopted daughter.