Chinese actresses who were born in 1949

Here are 5 famous actresses from China were born in 1949:

Siqin Gaowa

Siqin Gaowa (January 20, 1949 Guangzhou-) also known as Sechen Guwa, Go Wa Si Kam, Sīqín Gāowá, 斯琴高娃 or Sečen Goyo is a Chinese actor. She has two children, Tie Sun and Dan Sun.

Siqin Gaowa is a prominent figure in Chinese cinema, having starred in numerous films since the 1980s. She is especially known for her roles in the films "Red Sorghum," "Farewell My Concubine," and "The Emperor and the Assassin." In addition to acting, Siqin Gaowa is a talented singer and has released several albums over the years. She is also a trained dancer and has incorporated her skills into her acting performances. Siqin Gaowa is a respected figure in Chinese culture, and has been honored with numerous awards throughout her career.

Wang Fuli

Wang Fuli (November 12, 1949 Xuzhou-) also known as Fuli Wang is a Chinese actor. She has one child, Wang Xiao.

Wang Fuli began her acting career in the late 1970s and has since appeared in over 50 films and TV dramas. She is known for her versatile acting skills and has won numerous awards throughout her career. Some of her notable works include the films "The Story of Qiu Ju" and "Happy Times" directed by Zhang Yimou, as well as the TV series "The Emperor's Sword" and "Huang Feihong". In addition to her acting career, Wang Fuli is also a professor at the Beijing Film Academy and has mentored many young actors and actresses. She is highly respected in the Chinese entertainment industry and is often referred to as one of China's most talented actresses.

Ingrid Hu Yin-Yin

Ingrid Hu Yin-Yin (February 27, 1949 Taiwan-) also known as Ingrid Wu, Fu In-In, Wu Yin-Yin or Woo Yan-Yan is a Chinese actor.

She started her career in the entertainment industry in the 1970s and gained popularity for her roles in martial arts movies. Ingrid starred in several movies alongside legendary actors such as Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan. She also starred in the movie "The Iron-Fisted Monk", which marked the directorial debut of Sammo Hung.

Ingrid continued to act in movies and television shows throughout the 1980s and 1990s. She won critical acclaim for her performance in the movie "Perpetual Motion" which earned her a Best Actress award at the 1987 Asia-Pacific Film Festival.

Aside from acting, Ingrid also pursued a career in singing and released several albums in the 1970s and 1980s. She was known for her soulful voice and her ability to sing in multiple languages including Mandarin, Cantonese, and English.

Ingrid's career abruptly came to a halt in the mid-1990s due to health issues. She later returned to acting in 2011 with a guest appearance in the television series "Lives of Omission".

Hilda Chow Hsuan

Hilda Chow Hsuan (June 21, 1949 Shanghai-) also known as Huen Chao, Hsuen Chou, Hilda Chow or Jeva Chow is a Chinese actor.

She was born in Shanghai, China and began her acting career in the 1970s. Chow Hsuan has appeared in over 70 films and television dramas. She is best known for her roles in "The Empress Dowager" (1976), "The Bund" (1983), and "A Chinese Ghost Story" (1987). In addition to her acting career, Chow Hsuan is also a singer and has released several albums throughout her career. She is greatly respected in the Chinese entertainment industry for her talent and contributions to the film and music fields.

Paw Hee-ching

Paw Hee-ching (July 20, 1949 Hong Kong-) also known as Qi-jing Bao, Paw Hee Ching, Hee Ching Paw, Nina Paw Hee-Ching, Bau Hei-Jing, Sister Paw, Baò Qǐjìng, 鮑起靜, 鲍起静, Nina Paw, Pau Hwee-Ching, Bao Hei-Ching, Bao Qi-Jing, Hei-Ching Pau or Paw Hee-Ching is a Chinese actor and presenter.

She began her acting career in the 1960s, predominantly performing in Cantonese-language films. In 1985, she won the Best Actress Award at the Hong Kong Film Awards for her role in "The Secret." Paw has appeared in over 200 films and TV dramas throughout her career. She's also known for her work as a television presenter and a voice actress, having dubbed over 80 foreign films and TV series. Paw is considered a veteran actress in the Hong Kong entertainment industry and has been recognized for her contributions with numerous awards, including the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2020 TVB Anniversary Awards.

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