Zhu Zhu in 2012.
July 19, 1984|
|Education||Beijing Technology and Business University|
|Occupation||Actress, singer, hostess|
What Women Want
The Man with the Iron Fists
|Parent(s)||Father: Zhu Hanbin|
|Relatives||Grandfather: Zhu Xuzhi|
Zhu was born in a military family in Beijing on July 19, 1984, with her ancestral home in Linhai, Zhejiang, the daughter of Zhu Hanbin (simplified Chinese: 朱汉斌; traditional Chinese: 朱漢斌), a Chinese businessman. Her grandfather is Zhu Xuzhi, a major general of the People's Liberation Army.
Zhu started to learn the piano at the age of 3. When she was a junior school student, she performed Beauty and the Beast, an English stage.
In 2005, Zhu joined the MTV China and hosted music programs on China's domestic MTV network. Zhu was discovered by talent scouts after winning a local singing contest in Beijing, then placing third at the national level.
Zhu signed with music label MBOX in 2007 and her first album was released in 2009.
In 2012, Zhu played the character Qi Qi in an American martial arts film The Man with the Iron Fists, alongside RZA, Russell Crowe, Cung Le, Lucy Liu, Byron Mann, Rick Yune, Dave Bautista, and Jamie Chung. The film grossed million on its first day.
After playing minor roles in various films, Zhu received her first leading role in a series called Great Mr. Zhou. She earned critical acclaim for this performance and began to get roles in larger scale productions.
In 2014, Zhu played the female lead in the film Last Flight, opposite Ed Westwick and featuring Leon Lee and Cary Alexander.
In 2016, Zhu signed on for a Bollywood historical war drama film Tubelight, opposite Salman Khan. The film is directed by Kabir Khan and was released in Eid 2017. This is the first time that she is being seen in Bollywood. She reached Mumbai on 3 August 2016 to learn Hindi as soon as possible. At least two journalists complained that Zhu Zhu was absent from promotional shooting and had neglected to make Instagram posts relating to the film.
|2011||What Women Want||《我知女人心》||Xiao Wu|
|2012||Shanghai Calling||《纽约客@上海》||Fang Fang|
|The Man with the Iron Fists||《铁拳》||Chi Chi|
|2014||That's Mr. Zhou||《了不起的周先生》||Ning Dai|
|The Old Cinderella||《脱轨时代》||Mao Mao|||
|A Bed Affair 2||《床上关系2》||Li Chuan||Short film|
|2015||Tales of Mystery||《怪谈》||Féng Xiāo|
|2016||The Apparition||《恶灵之门》||Zhang Jingru||Original title:
Be Careful of No Shadow Man
|2017||Tubelight||Li Leing||Hindi Language film|
|2018||Pacific Rim Uprising||Juen|
|2015||Running After Love||《大貓兒追愛記》||Qiao He|
- Zhu Zhu (《朱珠》)
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- "Zhu Zhu: My Role in 'The Old Cinderella' Is Sexy and Attractive". CRL. Retrieved 2014-01-01.
- "Netflix's 'Marco Polo' Sets Its Cast". THR.com. April 8, 2014. Retrieved April 8, 2014.
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