Chen Hao is Chinese movie actress, model, and singer. She was born in Qingdao, China. She is one of the most good looking and renowned actors in China. She has done her graduation from The Central Academy of Drama. She made her first debut in 1998, with the “Postman in the Mountains”. Her young talent was very well appreciated she came into limelight after this. It was after this her popularity increased and was known to the audience. In 2000, she got the role in the leading television drama “Li Wei the Magistrate”. Her popularity increased more after she bagged the role in the “Pink Ladies”. It was a TV comedy play in Taiwan. Her role was very well liked by the audience and the critics. With her acting and beautiful looks, she gave a competition to any male from the film industry. In 2003, she did “Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils”, TV film and became a big success.

Chen Hao is not just a successful actress but is also involved in signing and stage shows. Her first music album "Chen Hao” came out in 2005. It was produced by Tetsuya Komuro. Her album won the most popular female singer of Channel V awards in 2006. In 2009, she was awarded the Jury Award for best performance in the movie "Live a Luxurious and Dispassionate Life" at the Seoul TV Festival. She had played the role of women who had been into gambling and was trying to come out of it. Chen got married to David Liu Haifeng. He is a well-known business personality in China. The couple has a baby girl who was born in 2011. She was voted as her the "Most Beautiful Woman" in China by an online popularity poll. She had collected over millions of votes.

Nell Carter English Actress

Nell Carter

Nell Carter, an actress and singer hails from America. Nell Ruth Hardy, her birth name, she was born on 13th September 1948 in Birmingham, Alabama, US. Nell was one of nine children born to her parents Horace and Edna Mae Hardy. At a very young age, she started singing on a local gospel radio show, and she was a member of the church choir too. When she was 16 years of age, when she was raped at gunpoint and became pregnant; she gave birth to a daughter named Tracey. Tracey was raised by Nell’s aunt. At 19, she changed her surname to Carter and moved to New York City. During her struggle period, she used to sing in coffee shops. She got her first role in 1971 on Broadway. In 1971, Nell made her debut in Broadway’s rock opera ‘Soon’. In 1974, she was the Music Director of ‘What Time of Night It Is’, a Westbeth Playwrights Feminist Collective production. The same year, she appeared on stage musical, ‘Miss Moffat’, which is based on Bette Davis’, her co-star, earlier movie ‘The Corn Is Green’. In 1978, she grabbed a Tony Award for the musical ‘Ain’t Misbehaving’; for the same role, she won an Emmy in 1982. She has also appeared in Broadway’s ‘Dude’ and ‘Annie’. In 1979, she appeared in ‘Hair’s’ musical film adaption directed by Milos Forman. Nell made her appearance on TV’s ‘The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo’. She then earned a stable role in the sitcom ‘Gimme a Break’ as Nell Harper; for her role she won a Golden Globe and an Emmy Award nomination. The show aired from 1981 to 1987. In 1989, she worked in a pilot of ‘Morton’s By the Bay’ of NBC; she played the role of the assistant to an owner of a banquet hall. In 1990, Nell appeared in ‘You Take the Kids’, a CBS comedy. The show faced bad reviews and ratings; it only had a month’s run on the TV. In the mid-1990s, she appeared as Miss Hannigan on Broadway in ‘Annie’. In 2001, she appeared in WB’s show, Reba. Further, she made her appearances in ‘Raising’, ‘Swing’ and ‘Back by Midnight’. In the early 1980s, she had attempted suicide and admitted to drug detoxification facility till 1985. She married George Krynicki, a mathematician and lumber executive in 1982; they had two sons, Daniel and Joshua. As a Roman Catholic, she converted to Judaism later. In 1992, she got separated from Krynicki and married Roger Larocque and also divorced him a year later. She died on 23rd January 2003, due to heart disease in Beverley Hills, at her home.

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