She was crowned "TV Queen" at the 2011 TVB Anniversary Awards after being awarded Best Actress in a Leading Role for her role in Curse of the Royal Harem and My Favorite Female Character for her role in Ghetto Justice.
She was also voted by the audience as the Most Extraordinary Elegant Actress (Bosco Wong won the male equivalent) during the awards, making her the first ever TVB actress to win 3 awards at the same award ceremony.
Through her role, she was awarded "Best Comedy Performance by an Actress" at the Asian Television Award, making her the first Hong Kong artiste to win an award at the prestigious ceremony.
In 2007, Myolie was paired with Mainland actor Feng Shao Feng in the TVB-CCTV joint production The Drive Of Life. She also starred as Chow Lai-Man in the second installment of War of In-Laws, Wars of In-Laws II in same year.
In 2005, TVB aired five drama serials in which Myolie was lead actress.
She received further acknowledgement for her acting in the hit series Wars of In-Laws where she played the shrewd daughter in-law of Liza Wang.
By the summer of 2015, after 16 years with TVB, Myolie decided not to renew her contract with TVB to explore new prospects.
Despite former TVB actors heavily critical of TVB's treatment towards their stars, Myolie only offered her gratitude and bid farewell to the station.
I feel happy and thank you for the concern." Source: Ming Pao (HK) Translated by: tvfan @ Asian E-News Portal Please credit our website if you wish to repost the news.
Myolie took another step in her acting career in 2009 by filming her first Mainland drama Beauty's Rival in Palace, in which she guest-starred in for five episodes and was once again paired with Feng Shao Feng.
The drama achieved a high viewership rating and her performance was well-praised.
Prior to entering the Miss Hong Kong pageant, Selena attended the University of Toronto studying for a Bachelor of Business Commerce degree. In May 2007, with much controversy over the battle of TVB and ATV, Virginia Lok has selected 10 potential "fa dans" of the future, including Natalie Tong, Vivien Yeo, Yoyo Chen, Tracy Ip, Aimee Chan, Leanne Li, Angel Sung and Sharon Luk.
Selena Lee In 2015, Selena announced on her Weibo blog that she had decided to change her stage name, Li Sze Wan (李詩韻), back to her original name, Lee Sze Wa (李施嬅), in memory of her grandmother, who had recently died.