Huang Shengyi

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Huang Shengyi
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Background information
Chinese name 黃聖依 (traditional)
Chinese name 黄圣依 (simplified)
Pinyin Huáng Shèngyī (Mandarin)
Jyutping Wong4 Sing3-ji1 (Cantonese)
Birth name Huang Shengyi
Born (1983-02-11) February 11, 1983 (age 34)
Shanghai, China
Other name(s) Eva Huang
Occupation Actress, model, singer, producer, CEO
Genre(s) cantopop
Years active 2002–present
Spouse(s) Yang Zi (m. 2007)
Ancestry Fengjie County, Chongqing, Sichuan, China
Website http://www.huangshengyi.com

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.

Career[edit]

Eva Huang rose to fame after starring in Stephen Chow's action comedy film Kung Fu Hustle (2004).[1] 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]

Huang then starred in Dragon Squad (2005), which received critical acclaim and was among the first films to be listed in the permanent collection by the National Museum of China.[3]

Starting in 2006, Huang worked with China Juli Group on a number of television series, including Fairy Couple (2007) and The Shadow of Empress Wu (2007). Fairy Couple was the highest rated drama of the year, and led to increased recognition for Huang.[4] She also starred in the television adaptation of Louis Cha's novel Sword Stained with Royal Blood.[5]

In 2009, Huang became the CEO of China Juli Group's Entertainment Media Co., Ltd, drawing a six-figure salary annually.[6] The same year, she made her Hollywood film debut in Race to Witch Mountain.

Huang starred alongside Jet Li and Raymond Lam in The Sorcerer and the White Snake (2011) where she played the White Snake Demon.[7] She then starred in The Locked Door (2012), a film which tells about the life story of a girl from noble family, who was raped at young age.[8] The film won the Best Feature at the Monaco Charity Film Festival.[9]

Huang won the Best Actress award at the Huading Awards for her performance in Iceman co-starring Donnie Yen.[10]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Mandarin Title Role Notes
2004 Kung Fu Hustle 功夫 Fong
2005 Heaven's Eyes 天堂的眼睛 Bai Xue
Dragon Squad 猛龙 Pak Yut-suet
2006 Lethal Ninja 战神再现 Xiaoling
2007 Call for Love 爱情呼叫转移 Long Xiaoxia
2009 Race to Witch Mountain 超异能冒险 Shira the UFO Huntress
The Founding of a Republic 建国大业 Broadcaster from Xinhua News Agency
2010 A Singing Fairy 寻找刘三姐 Liu Tiantian
The Fantastic Water Babes 出水芙蓉 Ayu
Daoban Aiqing 盗版爱情 Lajiaomei
2011 The Man Behind the Courtyard House 守望者:罪恶迷途 Chu Xiaoli
The Sorcerer and the White Snake 白蛇传说 White Snake
2012 The Locked Door 女人如花 Yan Wen
One Night to be Star 一夜成名 Sui Xiaofei
2013 The Palace 宮鎖沉香 Concubine Wen
High Kickers 舍身技 Ling Ling
2014 On the Way 我在路上最愛你 Cui Shuijing
Iceman 3D冰封俠 Xiao Mei
Nature Law 拆散專家 Mi Lan
2016 Two Idiots 奇葩追夢 Mi Yimei
TBA Banknotes Fly 钞票飞
Peacocking 匹客王 Jessica Lin Fei
Iceman 2 冰封:永恒之门 Xiao Mei
Party King 派对之王
The Bombing 大轰炸 Lin Huiyin

Television[edit]

Year Title Mandarin Title Role Notes
2003 The House of Apple 红苹果乐园 Jiang Lingda
2005 The Royal Swordsmen 天下第一 Liusheng Xueji
Hail the Judge 新九品芝麻官 Zhan Suifeng
2006 Kung Fu Beggar 功夫状元 Wen Qi / Jin Sha
Golden Age 金色年华 Ai Wanqing
2007 Sword Stained with Royal Blood 碧血剑 Xia Qingqing / Wen Qingqing
Jiahe Wanshi Xing Zhi Taitou Jianxi 家和万事兴之抬头见喜 Cui Xiyue
Dingjia Younü Xiyangyang 丁家有女喜洋洋 Ding Xun
Song Bird 天涯歌女 Wan Renmei
Fairy Couple 天仙配 Seventh Fairy
2008 Ping Shenme Aini 凭什么爱你 Keke
The Foolish Old Man Removed Mountains 愚公移山 Baihe
The Shadow of Empress Wu 日月凌空 Xie Yaohuan
2009 Jiashi Wangshi Shenbianshi 家事往事身邊事 Lin Wumei
Girl Rushes Forward 女孩冲冲冲 Lin Wumei
2010 Endless Love In Tokyo 东京生死恋 Lankouzi
Guangfu Tai Chi 广府太极传奇 Yang Yuying
2011 Melody of Youth 青春旋律 Tian Tian
Xia Nanyang 下南洋 Tao Shuyan
Revered Hero Fang Shiyu 蓋世英雄方世玉 Lei Wushuang
2013 The Marriage Rules 第22婚规 Lee Yuetong
No Promise of Love 没有承诺的爱 Lin Minna
2015 Love You Thousands of Silk 愛你,萬縷千絲 Tong Zhiyuan
I Will Wait for You in Xilingol 我在錫林郭勒等你 Han Xiao
2016 The Marriage Rules 2 第22婚规2 Lee Yuetong

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Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Ref.
2008 12th Golden Phoenix Awards Newcomer Award Heaven's Eyes
2015 15th Huading Awards Best Actress Iceman

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Eva Huang feels grateful to Stephen Chow". China Daily. 29 May 2006. 
  2. ^ "Stephen's company loses lawsuit against actress". China Daily. 1 November 2007. 
  3. ^ "李仁港 LEE Yan Kong Daniel". HK Film Directors. Retrieved 2017-05-29. 
  4. ^ "《天仙配》央视收视率夺冠 总制片熊诚证实(图)". Sina (in Chinese). 27 December 2007. 
  5. ^ "Huang Shengyi: A belle´s progress". CCTV.com. 19 March 2007. 
  6. ^ "黄圣依任巨力影视总裁 年薪6位数将演白娘子". People's Daily (in Chinese). 
  7. ^ "Snake Meet Sorcerer: Big budget remake of folk classic". Global Times. 29 September 2011. 
  8. ^ ""White Snake" Portrays Woman Story in "The Locked Door"". Chinese Films. 7 March 2012. 
  9. ^ "《女人如花》国际电影节获最佳影片". Sina (in Chinese). 25 May 2012. 
  10. ^ "Stars shine at the 15th Huading Awards". Sina. 19 January 2015. 
  11. ^ "Huang Shengyi". Internet Movie Database. 
  12. ^ "Huang Shengyi". chinesemov.com. 

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