Chen Hao (actress)

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Chen Hao
Chenhao2007SHIFF.jpg
Chinese name 陳好 (traditional)
Chinese name 陈好 (simplified)
Pinyin Chén Hǎo (Mandarin)
Jyutping Can4 Hou3 (Cantonese)
Born (1979-12-09) December 9, 1979 (age 34)
Qingdao, Shandong, China
Occupation Actress, singer, model
Years active 1992–present
Spouse(s) Liu Haifeng (2010–present)
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Chen.

Chen Hao (born December 9, 1979)[1] is a Chinese actress, singer, and model.

Brief Bio[edit]

The Chinese actress, Chen Hao, came into limelight in 1998 after the release of her award winning film the “Postman in the Mountains”. Her good acting talent gave her an opportunity to work in more films and on TV. It was not until 2000/2001 that she gained popularity after she bagged a leading role in the TV drama “Li Wei Dang Guan”. Chen Hao’s acclaim grew far and wide and in 2001 she got a role in a TV comedy play called the “Pink Ladies" in Taiwan. The movie proved a blockbuster among the Chinese community living across Asia.[2]

Chen Hao, as one of the heroines, in the Pink Ladies, won the heart of the cine-goers with her superb acting in the role of a sensuous woman given to exploiting the males. With TV films like the 2003 “Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils”, Chen Hao became a roaring success.[3]

Chen Hao was a woman of many talents as she got into singing and stage performances. Her maiden music album hit the market in 2005, by corutesy of the Japanese producer Tetsuya Komuro.[3] Her album, "Chen Hao", bagged the Channel V's the most popular female singer award in 2006.[3]

A graduate from the Central Academy of Drama with majors in acting in 1997, more awards seem to come her way as she was again decorated with the Jury Award at the 2009 Seoul TV Festival for her outstanding performance in the film, "Live a Luxurious and Dispassionate Life". She portrays the character of a permissive woman given to gambling and an indulgent life.[3]

Chen, in a popularity online poll, was able to collect over one million votes pronouncing her the "Most Beautiful Woman" in China.[4]

Personal life[edit]

Born in the coastal city of Qingdao, Shangdong province, Chen is married to a business tycoon, David Liu Haifeng. She gave birth to a girl in May 2011.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1992 Requital
五湖四海
Hsin
1995 Trouble Maker
蜡笔小小生
1997 Surveillance
埋伏
1999 Postmen in the Mountains
那山、那人、那狗
2005 Pretty Swindler
捞女日志
2005 The Money Tree
摇钱树
2005 He Who Chases After the Wind
捕风汉子
2005 Gimme Kudos
求求你,表扬我
Ouyang Hua
2006 Kissed by the Wolves
吻狼
2007 Twins Mission
双子神偷
TV host
2009 The Founding of a Republic
建国大业
Fu Dongju
2009 The Magic Aster
马兰花
2009 Tiny Dust, True Love
寻找微尘

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Lü Buwei: Hero in Times of Disorder
乱世英雄吕不韦
Yunjiang
2001 Xiucai Doufu
秀才豆腐
Yang Jingjing
2002 Li Wei the Magistrate
李卫当官
Yue Siying
2003 Zhaimen Nizi
宅门逆子
Zhang Suxin
2003 Pink Ladies
粉红女郎
Wanrenmi
2003 The Story of Selecting Imperial Concubines
选妃记
Hehua / Yangliu
2003 Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils
天龙八部
A'zi
2004 The Luckiest Man
吉祥如意
Wan Ruyi also known as Tianxia Wushuang (天下无双)
2004 Shuangxiang Pao
双响炮
Lü Xia
2004 Wo De Wulin Nanyou
我的武林男友
Cary
2005 Wo Ai Hedong Shi
我爱河东狮
Du Yuehong
2006 Shei Wei Ni Zuozheng
谁为你作证
Chen Wei
2006 Meinü Ye Chou Jia
美女也愁嫁
Shen Tian
2006 Yuwang Zuji
欲望阻击
Xiaoxiao
2006 The Great Dunhuang
大敦煌
Princess Meiduo
2007 Huangshang Er Daye
皇上二大爷
Consort Zheng
2007 Da Huaishu
大槐树
Feng Yuan
2008 Wanton and Luxurious Living
纸醉金迷
Tian Peizhi
2010 Three Kingdoms
三国
Diaochan
2012 Stories from the Editorial Board

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Chen Hao Date of Birth References". MBS. Retrieved 7 July 2013. 
  2. ^ "China Beautiful Actress: Chen Hao". Zimbio. Retrieved 6 June 2013. 
  3. ^ a b c d e "Pretty and prominent Chinese actress and men killer Chen Hao". Hug China. Retrieved 6 June 2013. 
  4. ^ Ho, Smart. "Sexy Girl And China Beautiful Actress Chen Hao Hot Photos Collection". ZIMBIO. Retrieved 6 June 2013. 
  5. ^ "Chen Hao". imdb.com. Retrieved March 4, 2010. 
  6. ^ "Chen Hao". chinesemov.com. Retrieved March 4, 2010. 

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