Chinese actresses who were born in 1977

Here are 7 famous actresses from China were born in 1977:

Zhao Tao

Zhao Tao (January 28, 1977 Taiyuan-) also known as Tao Zhao, Zhào Tāo, 赵涛 or Jèung Maahn Yuhk is a Chinese actor, film producer and dance teacher.

She is best known for her collaborations with her husband, acclaimed director Jia Zhangke, in films such as Platform, Unknown Pleasures, Still Life, and Ash Is Purest White. Zhao Tao has won several awards for her acting, including Best Actress at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards and the Hong Kong Film Awards. In addition to her acting career, she has also produced films such as Mountains May Depart and directed the short film, The Widowed Witch. Zhao Tao is also a trained dancer and has taught dance at the Beijing Dance Academy.

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Pu Miao

Pu Miao (February 22, 1977 Xi'an-) also known as Miao Pu is a Chinese actor.

He graduated from the Central Academy of Drama in 2001 and began his acting career in the same year. Pu Miao is known for his roles in the films "Crazy Stone" and "Crazy Racer," where he played comedic roles. He has also appeared in various TV dramas and stage plays throughout his career. In addition to his work as an actor, Pu Miao is also a voice actor and has lent his voice to various animated films and series. He has won several awards and nominations for his performances, including the Best Supporting Actor award at the Golden Horse Awards for his role in the film "Saving Mr. Wu."

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Yuan Quan

Yuan Quan (October 6, 1977 Hubei-) also known as Quan Yuan is a Chinese actor and singer.

She was born in the Hubei province of China and graduated from the Beijing Film Academy with a degree in acting. Yuan Quan began her acting career in 2000, making her debut in the film "Liu Laogen". She is best known for her roles in "The Law of Romance", "The First Half of My Life" and "White Deer Plain".

Apart from acting, Yuan Quan is also a talented singer and has released several albums throughout her career. In 2017, she won the Best Actress award at the China Film Director's Guild Awards for her portrayal of a lawyer in the film "Destiny". Despite her successful career, Yuan Quan keeps a low profile and rarely shares details about her personal life with the public.

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Xiao Qing Zuo

Xiao Qing Zuo (June 25, 1977 Changsha-) also known as Zuo Xiaoqing is a Chinese actor.

He is best known for his roles in popular Chinese television dramas such as "The Legend of Mi Yue", "The Advisors Alliance", and "Nirvana in Fire". Zuo began his acting career in 2003 and has since starred in numerous films and television series. Outside of acting, Zuo is also a singer and has released several albums over the years. He has won several awards for his work, including the Golden Eagle Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series. Zuo is known for his versatility as an actor and his ability to bring depth and emotion to his characters.

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Lee San-san

Lee San-san (October 9, 1977 Hong Kong-) also known as Lee Shan Shan, Lee San-San, Shirley, San or San San Lee is a Chinese actor.

She started her career as a child actress in Hong Kong in the mid-1980s and appeared in several TV dramas and films. Lee rose to fame in the 1990s with her roles in popular TV dramas such as "The Greed of Man" and "File of Justice IV", among others.

In the early 2000s, Lee took a hiatus from acting to pursue her education and eventually earned a degree in psychology. She later returned to the entertainment industry, primarily working in mainland China and Taiwan. She has appeared in a number of TV dramas including "The Four" and "Perfect Couple", among others.

Aside from acting, Lee is also a singer and has released several albums throughout her career. She is known for her soft and gentle voice and has been praised for her ability to convey emotions through her singing.

Lee has won several awards for her acting, including the TVB Anniversary Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role. She is also involved in various charitable activities and has been a spokesperson for several organizations promoting animal welfare and environmental awareness.

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Kay Tse

Kay Tse (March 13, 1977 Hong Kong-) a.k.a. 謝安琪, 谢安琪, Tse, Kay or On-kei Tse is a Chinese singer, model and actor.

Kay Tse was born and raised in Hong Kong. She started her career in the entertainment industry as a model in the early 2000s and later ventured into singing. In 2006, she released her debut album "The First Day" and has since released a total of 13 albums.

In addition to her successful music career, Kay Tse has also acted in various films and TV dramas in Hong Kong. She has won several awards for her performances, including Best Actress at the 2014 Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards.

Kay Tse is known for her strong vocals, emotional performances, and unique style that blends both retro and modern elements. She has a large following in Hong Kong and mainland China, and has held multiple sold-out concerts throughout her career.

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Chen Shu

Chen Shu (March 9, 1977 Huangshi-) is a Chinese actor and singer.

Born in Huangshi, Hubei province, China, Chen Shu developed an early interest in singing and acting. She graduated from the Central Academy of Drama in Beijing, and made her acting debut in the TV series "Big Family" in 1999. She rose to fame with her performance as Xiaofeng in the TV series "The Story of a Noble Family" in 2003, which won her the Best Supporting Actress award at the 20th China TV Golden Eagle Award.

Chen Shu has since appeared in many popular TV series, such as "Chinese Paladin", "Legend of Lu Zhen", "The Imperial Doctress", and "Nothing Gold Can Stay". Her performances have earned her numerous accolades, including Best Actress at the 23rd Shanghai TV Festival for her role in "Yongzheng Dynasty" (1999) and the Best Actress award at the 5th Macau International Television Festival for "Nothing Gold Can Stay".

Aside from acting, Chen Shu is also an accomplished singer, having released several albums throughout her career. She has also published a book titled "Chen Shu Talks about Acting" in 2016, sharing her insights into the craft of acting.

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