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|
February 11, 1983 |
|Other name(s)||Eva Huang|
|Occupation||Actress, model, singer, producer, CEO|
Huang Shengyi (born February 11, 1983), also known as Eva Huang, is a Chinese actress and singer.
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. Both sides became involved in legal suits in Hong Kong and Shanghai until 2007.
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.
Huang was to walk with actor Tom Hanks on the red carpet during the 87th Academy Awards on February 22, 2015, but she fainted while having her makeup done before the ceremony and was unable to do so.
|2004||Kung Fu Hustle
|2005||Tiantang De Yanjing
战神再现 / 终极忍者
|2007||Call for Love
|2009||Race to Witch Mountain
|Alien princess||guest star|
|2009||The Founding of a Republic
|Broadcaster from Xinhua News Agency||guest star|
|2010||A Singing Fairy
|2010||The Fantastic Water Babes
|Ayu||filmed in 2008, but released in 2010|
盗版爱情 / 工仔之恋
|2011||The Sorcerer and the White Snake
|2012||The Locked Door
|2012||One Night to be Star
|2014||On the Way|
|2002||The House of Apple
|2004||Hail the Judge
|2004||Kung Fu Beggar
|Wen Qi / Jin Sha|
|2006||Jiahe Wanshi Xing Zhi Taitou Jianxi
|Wan Renmei||alternative title Zhou Xuan (周璇)|
|2007||Ping Shenme Aini
|2007||The Shadow of Empress Wu
|2007||Jingjing De Zhanqiao
|2007||Sword Stained with Royal Blood
|Xia Qingqing / Wen Qingqing|
|2008||Dingjia Younü Xiyangyang
|2008||The Foolish Old Man Removed Mountains
|Baihe||alternative title Wangwushan Xia De Chuanshuo (王屋山下的传说)|
|Liu Bei||alternative title Xiang Zhou Xingchi Zhijing Xian (向周星驰致敬先)|
|2010||Dongjing Shengsi Lian
|Lankouzi||alternative title Dilei Zhi (滴泪痣)|
|2010||Guangfu Taiji Chuanqi
|2010||Meiyou Chengnuo De Ai
|Lin Minna||alternative title Fu Erdai (富二代)|
|2010||Tianxian Pei Houzhuan
|2013||The Marriage Rules
|Lee Yue Tong||pre-production|
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- 黄圣依任巨力影视总裁 年薪6位数将演白娘子 (Chinese)
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