Li Bingbing is an Asian actress and singer. She was born on 27th February 1973 in the glorious place of Wuchang. Her birth sign is Pisces, and she is 42 years old. The actress says she never had plans of pursuing acting as a career. She says she always wanted to be a teacher, and she entered high school with the same thought. Later in her educational career, she was revealed to her new talent. She says one of her colleague and friend motivated her and asked to give this a try. And this made her way to joining Shanghai Theatre Academy in the year 1993. It is to be noted that this was just the start. The actress made her debut in the year 1999 with Zhang Yuan's venture called Seventeen Years. This movie also bagged her Best Actress Award in the Singapore Film Festival. In the year 2001, she tried her hands in television series Young Justice Bao. This series gained her fame more than anything. This series and her character went popular all over China. That year went great for the actress as she has also won the appreciation as being among the top ten popular actor/actress of China at a prestigious award ceremony. She was now an action-packed actress after this as she went on portraying similar kind of action role in some other series also. The year 2005 got her the first ever best actress nomination Golden Rooster Award for the Waiting Alone, which was a directorial venture of Dayyan Eng. she also won the Best Actress award at the 12th Beijing college film festival the same year. This bagged her Feng Xiaogang’s movie A World without Thieves. With this movie, she managed to earn to the nomination for Best Supporting Actress at the prestigious Hundred Flowers Awards. She won Huabiao Awards for Best Actress in the year 2007. Next to this year, in 2008, she won Hundred Flowers Award for her performance in The Knot. The movie was so appealing to every audience that this made China's entry for Academy Award in the year 2008.

Audiences recall their favorite action star the most for her character as the White-Haired-Witch in the much talked about the movie called the Forbidden Kingdom which also starred Jet Li Often called as the “Pretty Boy from Beijing.” Fam >> Read More... Jet Li and action star Jackie Chain. The year 2008 had much for her and at the end of the year, she won best leading actress award at the Golden Horse Award for her role in the action thriller movie called The Message. She appeared recently in Resident Evil: Retribution and Transformer: Age of Extinction. She will be recreating the same role in the final part of the movie series Resident Evil: The Final Chapter. The recent news also says that Lee will be starring in the joint venture of two production houses Fundamental Films and the Stan Lee Global Entertainment. The movie will be a superhero theme, and Lee will play the role of first ever female superhero rather we should say super-heroine in the movie. The movie will b called as ‘Realm.’ The team indeed has all the aces with it, and so the script writer of the movie will be Alex Litvak. He has also written movie such as Predators. But they say the story is the original idea of Lee and co-makers of characters such as The Hulk, Thor, The X-men, etc. Lee will also shake hands as a co-producer for this movie along with the two other production houses. Indeed, we can say such a creative as well as the practical decision by Lee.

She says she is more than excited about the project. For her, the project is too much fun because she was working on an international character and she was doing something different this time in her career. She says it is a great opportunity for her to work with on this project. Li was recently shooting for her super-hero movie in Australia where she suffered from viral fever. She claimed she did not get enough care and cited that it may kill her if she spends one more night suffering in the hospital. She was suffering from pain and weakness a lot. Li not being cured in the Australian hospital even after so many days took the decision of moving back to her homeland. In China with treatment and some medication she began to feel better quickly and also mentioned posting on a social networking site. It was tough for her in Australia, but the care of motherland healed her quickly. Some also suspected the medical drama could be a publicity stunt for the upcoming movie ‘Realm.’ What-so-ever is the reason we wish our favorite action star to stay fit and healthy.

Jiang Wenli English Actress

Jiang Wenli

Jiang Wenli is an eminent actress and director from China. She was born on 20th June 1969 in Bengbu, China. Her mother and father worked as railroad telephone operator and railroad engineer respectively. She is the youngest of three daughters. At the age of 5, she went to learn gymnastics, but her build did not match that of a standard gymnast, so she was taken as an informal member. She joined Water Conservation Secondary School at the age of 17. In 1986, she got graduated and started to work with Bengbu City Water Corporation. Being dissatisfied with her life, she moved to Beijing in 1988 and joined the Beijing Film Academy. She graduated in 1992. During the course, she was offered some roles by many film companies. She debuted with ‘Lily on Cliff’ TV series where she played the role of a nursery school teacher. The show won Feitian TV Award that year. She was nominated for ‘Best Supporting Actress’ award. She debuted into the film industry with ‘Li Li Yuan Shang Cao’ as Shuixiu. The movie won accolade at the French Film Festival. She moved to America after college. After some time, she moved back to China and continued her acting career. She acted in Miaomiao Liu’s Who You Think You Are. She played a notable role of the mother of Chengyi in the film ‘Farewell My Concubine’, the ‘Best Movie Award’ winner at Cannes Film Festival in 1993. She won the highest honours of Chinese TV, ‘Best Actress’ from Golden Eagle Awards & Feitian TV Awards for the series Lead By The Hand, in 1999. She won the Best Actress Award at Huabiao Film Awards for the movie Team Spirit in 2000. Her role in the film The Treatment (2001) was very much appreciated. She began acting in ‘When Happiness Knocks’ TV series which became hugely popular. She acted in several TV series. In ‘Xing Fu Lai Qiao Men’ (2011), she was seen as ‘Jiang Lu’. In Jin Hun (2007), she was seen as ‘Wen Li’. In Yu Qing Shao (2005), she played the title role of Yu Qing Shao. In Emergency Line (2000), she was seen as ‘Li Jing’. In Da Di Zi Zi (1994), she played the role of ‘Jiang Yue Mei’. In ‘Shen He Yuan’ (1993), she was seen as Mei Li. In ‘Xuan Ya Bai He’ (1989), she played the role of ‘Teacher Su Shan’. Her movies include The Left Ear (2015), Lost Indulgence (2008), A Mysterious Couple (1991). In the film And the Spring Comes (2008), Jiang played the role of ‘Wang Cai Ling’. It had a premier at 2007 Rome Film Festival, and she won the Best Actress Award. In The Gua Sha Treatment (2000), the film about the cultural conflicts experienced by a Chinese family in the USA, Jiang played the role of ‘Jian Ning’. In Mr. Zhao (1997), she played the role of ‘Lin Cao’. In Cat's Eye (1997), a Japanese film directed by Kaizo Hayashi, she played the role of a ‘Chinese Princess’. In 1997, she won Flying Sky Television Award for Best Actress (Qian Shou). She won twice, Huabiao Film Award for Outstanding Actress (Nu Shuai Nan Bing - 1999 & Taiwan Story - 2004). In 2007, she won Best Actress (And The Spring Comes) at Rome International Film Festival. In 2008, she won Golden Eagle Award for Best Actress (Golden Marriage). In 2009, she won Golden Rooster Award for Best Actress (And the Spring Comes). She also won Best Actress Awards at 28th Flying Sky Television Award & Spring Internet TV Festival for ‘Xing Fu Lai Qiao Men’ in 2011. She made her directorial debut with the award-winning movie ‘Let’s meet in the Heaven’ which comprises of her own experiences with her grandfather. It is soulful and touching tribute to him. Talking about her love for her grandfather, she said, “Grandfather and me, one ninety, one seven to eight years old. At the end of the 1970s, he took care of me, I was at his side during his last days. Life sprouted like a little tree. The old man kept cutting off the excessive branches so that she stands sturdily. She married the well-known director and cinematographer Gu Changwei in 1993. She has a son and a daughter.