Huang Shengyi

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Huang Shengyi
Huang Shengyi.jpg
Huang Shengyi (center)
Chinese name 黃聖依 (traditional)
Chinese name 黄圣依 (simplified)
Pinyin Huáng Shèngyī (Mandarin)
Jyutping Wong4 Sing3-ji1 (Cantonese)
Ancestry Fengjie County, Chongqing, Sichuan, China
Born (1983-02-11) February 11, 1983 (age 31)
Shanghai, China
Other name(s) Eva Huang
Occupation Actress, model, singer, producer, CEO
Years active 2002–present
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Huang.

Huang Shengyi (born February 11, 1983), also known as Eva Huang, is a Chinese actress and singer.

Biography[edit]

Huang was born and raised in Shanghai. Her father was educated in the United States and lived there in the early 1990s, while her mother worked as an editor in a newspaper agency in Shanghai. She graduated from the Beijing Film Academy in 2001.

In 2004, Huang signed a contract with Stephen Chow to play the female lead character, Fong, in his action comedy film Kung Fu Hustle. In August the following year, she ended her contract with Chow's company after appearing in a magazine photo shoot without their consent.[1][2] Both sides became involved in legal suits in Hong Kong and Shanghai until 2007.[citation needed]

Starting in 2006, Huang worked with China Juli Group on a number of television series, including Tianxian Pei (2007), The Shadow of Empress Wu (2007) and Guangfu Taiji Chuanqi (2010). She joined Emperor Entertainment Group in 2008. In 2009, Huang became the CEO of China Juli Group's Entertainment Media Co., Ltd, drawing a six-figure salary annually.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2004 Kung Fu Hustle
功夫
Fong
2005 Tiantang De Yanjing
天堂的眼睛
Bai Xue
2005 Dragon Squad
猛龙
Pak Yut-suet
2006 Lethal Ninja
战神再现 / 终极忍者
Xiaoling
2006 Flying Sword
飞刀
Xiaoyu guest star
2007 Call for Love
爱情呼叫转移
Long Xiaoxia
2009 Race to Witch Mountain
超异能冒险
Alien princess guest star
2009 The Founding of a Republic
建国大业
Broadcaster from Xinhua News Agency guest star
2010 A Singing Fairy
寻找刘三姐
Liu Tiantian
2010 The Fantastic Water Babes
出水芙蓉
Ayu filmed in 2008, but released in 2010
2010 Daoban Aiqing
盗版爱情 / 工仔之恋
Lajiaomei
2011 Shouwangzhe
守望者:罪恶迷途
Chu Xiaoli
2011 The Sorcerer and the White Snake
白蛇传说
White Snake
2012 The Locked Door
女人如花
Yan Wen
2012 One Night to be Star
一夜成名
2013 The Palace
2014 On the Way
2014 Iceman
3D冰封俠

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002 The House of Apple
红苹果乐园
Jiang Lingda
2004 Tianxia Diyi
天下第一
Liusheng Xueji
2004 Hail the Judge
新九品芝麻官
Zhan Suifeng
2004 Kung Fu Beggar
功夫状元
Wen Qi / Jin Sha
2005 Jinse Nianhua
金色年华
Ai Wanqing
2006 Jiahe Wanshi Xing Zhi Taitou Jianxi
家和万事兴之抬头见喜
Cui Xiyue
2007 Tianya Genü
天涯歌女
Wan Renmei alternative title Zhou Xuan (周璇)
2007 Ping Shenme Aini
凭什么爱你
Keke
2007 Tianxian Pei
天仙配
Seventh Fairy
2007 The Shadow of Empress Wu
日月凌空
Xie Yaohuan
2007 Jingjing De Zhanqiao
静静的栈桥
Lin Wumei
2007 Sword Stained with Royal Blood
碧血剑
Xia Qingqing / Wen Qingqing
2008 Dingjia Younü Xiyangyang
丁家有女喜洋洋
Ding Xun
2008 The Foolish Old Man Removed Mountains
愚公移山
Baihe alternative title Wangwushan Xia De Chuanshuo (王屋山下的传说)
2009 Nühai Chongchongchong
女孩冲冲冲
Liu Bei alternative title Xiang Zhou Xingchi Zhijing Xian (向周星驰致敬先)
2010 Dongjing Shengsi Lian
东京生死恋
Lankouzi alternative title Dilei Zhi (滴泪痣)
2010 Xia Nanyang
下南洋
Tao Shuyan
2010 Guangfu Taiji Chuanqi
广府太极传奇
Yang Yuying
2010 Meiyou Chengnuo De Ai
没有承诺的爱
Lin Minna alternative title Fu Erdai (富二代)
2010 Tianxian Pei Houzhuan
天仙配后传
Seventh Fairy pre-production
2013 The Marriage Rules
第22婚规
Lee Yue Tong pre-production

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Eva Huang feels grateful to Stephen Chow". China Daily. 29 May 2006. Retrieved 28 June 2009. 
  2. ^ (Chinese) 邱致理 (Qiu Zhili) (10 December 2007). "张雨绮亲述一夜成名:30秒搞定周星驰 (Zhang Yuqi's overnight fame: 30 seconds to win over Stephen Chow)". 南都周刊. Retrieved 28 June 2009. 
  3. ^ 黄圣依任巨力影视总裁 年薪6位数将演白娘子 (Chinese)
  4. ^ "Huang Shengyi". imdb.com. 
  5. ^ "Huang Shengyi". chinesemov.com. Retrieved March 8, 2010. 

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