Nina Li (actress)

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Nina Li Chi
Chinese name 利智
Pinyin Lì Zhì (Mandarin)
Born (1961-12-31) December 31, 1961 (age 55)
Shanghai, China
Occupation Actress
Years active 1986 - 1992
Spouse(s) Jet Li (m. 1999)
Children Jane (born 2000)
Jada (born 2002)

Nina Li (born December 31, 1961 in Shanghai), also known by her Chinese name Li Chi or Li Zhi (Chinese: 利智), is a retired Hong Kong actress. She is married to Chinese action star Jet Li. They have two daughters together, Jane and Jada.[1][2]

Filmography[edit]

  • A Kid from Tibet (1992) - Sorcerer's Sister
  • Twin Dragons (1992) - Tammy
  • Miracle 90 Days (1992) - Manager of the Ocean Park
  • A Chinese Ghost Story Part III (1991) - Butterfly
  • Stone Age Warriors (1991) - Lucy
  • The Gambling Ghost (1991) - Lily
  • Inspector Pink Dragon (1991) - Tam Lan Hing
  • Lover's Tear (1991) - Fang Yi Ling, a deaf woman
  • Legend of the Brothers (1991) - Movie Star
  • The Dragon from Russia (1990) - Chime
  • The Spooky Family (1990) - Colleague Sister
  • Perfect Girls (1990) - Feng Mu-Jen
  • To Spy with Love (1990) - Li Chi
  • "Celebrity Talk Show" (1989) (TV Series) - Guest
  • The Fun, the Luck & the Tycoon (1989) - Cindy Chan
  • Dragon Fight (1989) - Penny
  • Pedicab Driver (1989) - Ping
  • Four Loves (1989) - Chin Pui Ling
  • What a Small World (1989) - Nina Lee
  • Aces Go Places 5: The Terracotta Hit (1989) - Sister Thief
  • Mr. Mistress (1988) - Ho's wife
  • Profile of Pleasure (1988) - Yim Hung
  • Ghost in the House (1988) - The Friendly Ghost
  • Guests in the House (1988)
  • Fractured Follies (1988) - Scarlet
  • The Greatest Lover (1988) - Lychee
  • Tiger on Beat (1988) - Marydonna
  • Criminal Hunter (1988) - Mimi
  • Amnesty Decree (1987) - Ah Kim
  • "Diao Chan" (1987) (TV Series) - Diao Chan
  • Seven Years Itch (1987) - Siu Hung
  • The Seventh Curse (1986) (uncredited) - Girl drinking champagne

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nina Li". imdb.com. Retrieved April 14, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Nina Li". chinesemov.com. Retrieved April 14, 2010. 

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