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Papillon Soo Soo

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Papillon Soo Soo
Born1961 (age 59–60)
🏳️ Nationality
Papillon Soo Lam
💼 Occupation
Model, actress

Papillon Soo Soo (born Papillon Soo Lam in 1961) is an English-Chinese model and actress, born to French and Chinese parents.[1][not in citation given]


Papillon Soo Soo made her film debut as henchwoman Pan Ho in the 1985 James Bond film A View to a Kill.[2]

She is best known for playing the role of the Da Nang prostitute in Stanley Kubrick's 1987 film Full Metal Jacket who uttered the lines "Hey baby, you got girlfriend in Vietnam? Me so horny. Me love you long time," and "Me sucky sucky". The lines continue to be referenced in popular culture[3] and were sampled by rap artists 2 Live Crew[4] and Sir Mix-a-Lot in their songs "Me So Horny" and "Baby Got Back" as well as the video game Mafia III.[1][dead link]

In 1989, she appeared in a London production of Anthony Minghella's play Made in Bangkok.[5]

In 1992, she acted as a waitress in the film Split Second, her third and final film to date.

Gilbert Gottfried has stated that he would give anything to have Papillon Soo Soo as a guest on his podcast.[6][importance?]


Year Title Role Other notes
1985 A View to a Kill Pan Ho Film debut
1987 Full Metal Jacket Da Nang hooker
1992 Split Second Waitress


  1. 1.0 1.1 New York Times Archived 4 November 2012 at the Wayback Machine
  2. Bunke, Joan (30 May 1985). "Movies". The Des Moines Register. pp. 3D – via Newspapers.com.
  3. Powers, Ann (8 December 2010). "Love is lost on this phrase". Chicago Tribune. p. 66.
  4. Knopper, Steve (14 March 2003). "The Crew still has plenty of life left". Chicago Tribune. p. 8.
  5. "Production News". The Stage. 26 January 1989. p. 9. (subscription required)
  6. "Gilbert Gottfried podcast". 45.21.[dead link]

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