|Born||16 May 1985 (age 32)
|Alma mater||Peter Symonds College|
|Years active||2010 – present|
Jing Lusi is a British-Chinese actress. Her first television role was as ill-fated junior doctor Tara Lo in the BBC television series Holby City. Lusi was part of the original cast of the European premiere of Amy Herzog's award-winning play 4000 Miles. She has also presented for the BBC, as well as being the focus, for the documenties My Chinese New Year (2015) and Chinese New Year: The Biggest Celebration on Earth (2016). She currently stars in Sky 1's Stan Lee's Lucky Man as Lily-Anne Lau.
Lusi was born in Pudong, Shanghai, and moved with her parents to the United Kingdom at the age of five. She studied at Peter Symonds College, Winchester, obtaining all A Grades at A Level, before reading in law from University College London.
Lusi began her career in independent and international films.
In 2009, Lusi played Princess Li Hua in KRU Studios’ The Malay Chronicles: Bloodlines. The film required Lusi to speak Bahasa Melayu, which she had to learn phonetically. Lusi has starred in independent British films Jack Falls opposite Jason Flemyng, Dexter Fletcher and Olivia Hallinan, Breathe (2010) with Ricci Harnett, and Bollywood action film Tezz with Anil Kapoor.
In 2012, Lusi joined the cast of the BBC's BAFTA award-winning medical drama series Holby City, making her debut in Series 14. She played Tara Lo. In 2013, she left the cast when her character died during neurosurgery. Her final episode aired on 16 April 2013. Her other television credits include Law & Order: UK and Josh.
On stage, Lusi performed as Amanda in the Pulitzer Prize shortlisted play 4000 Miles at the Theatre Royal, Bath and The Print Room in London in 2013, for which she received critical acclaim. The Independent described her performance as, "cruelly well observed, and very funny... Jing Lusi nails the narcissism and the ridiculous, relentless self-promotion of the Facebook age".
Lusi performed at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015 as part of a collective of comedians in Immigrant Diaries; a comedy story telling show aimed to 'show a different side' to the heaviness of the topic during the General Election of the same year. 
|2011||The Malay Chronicles: Bloodlines||Princess Meng Li Hua||Film|
|2012-2013||Holby City||Dr. Tara Lo-Valentine||TV series: Series 14, Episode 21 "Fresh Blood" (first appearance), Series 15, Episode 27 "Great Expectations" (final appearance)|
|2014||Law & Order: UK||Gabby||TV Series: Series 8, Episode 8 "Repeat to Fade"|
|2016||Stan Lee's Lucky Man||Lily-Anne Lau||TV Series|
|2016||Scott & Bailey||DC Anna Ram||TV Series: First Appearance in Series 5 Episode 1 "Episode One"|
|TBD||Crazy Rich Asians||TBD||Film|
- Visible Chinese: Jing Lusi
- Interview Extra: Jing Lusi TV Choice Magazine 28 February 2012
- Cinando: Hikayat Merong Mahawangsa
- Yahoo! Movies: Hikayat Merong Mahawangsa
- Holby City Jing Lusi "Tara and Ollie Should Stay Together Digital Spy 29 November 2012
-  IMDb
- 4000 Miles Theatre Royal Bath
- 4000 Miles The Print Room
- 4000 Miles Exeunt Magazine by Tom Wicker
- Theatre Royal Bath Facebook
- 4000 Miles The Londonist, 17 May 2013 by Tom Bolton
- 4000 Miles The Independent, 23 May 2013 by Holly Williams
-  A Younger Theatre 24 August 2015
-  The Resident 20 February 2015
-  Time Out Chinese New Year 2015
-  BBC My Chinese New Year
- "'Crazy Rich Asians' Adds Awkwafina". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2017-04-24.