History Creator / ZhaoWei

12th Feb '16 6:40:43 AM aye_amber
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She discovered acting by accident in 1993, when her hometown was chosen as the location of the shooting of ''Hua Hun,'' a film starring Creator/GongLi, and she got to play as an extra. In 1995 she starred in a LiveActionTelevision series, ''Yu Tian You Gu Shi,'' and in the feature film ''Penitentiary Angel.'' Her more notable roles since then include Xiao Yan Zi in ''Series/PrincessReturningPearl'' (her StarMakingRole), Sue in ''Film/SoClose,'' Ah Mui in ''Film/ShaolinSoccer,'' Yao Mulan in ''Literature/MomentInPeking,'' Sun Shangxiang in ''Film/RedCliff,'' and the title character in a 2009 LiveActionAdaptation of ''Film/{{Mulan}}.''

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She discovered acting by accident in 1993, when her hometown was chosen as the location of the shooting of ''Hua Hun,'' a film starring Creator/GongLi, and she got to play as an extra. In 1995 she starred in a LiveActionTelevision [[LiveActionTVTropes Live-Action Television]] series, ''Yu Tian You Gu Shi,'' and in the feature film ''Penitentiary Angel.'' Her more notable roles since then include Xiao Yan Zi in ''Series/PrincessReturningPearl'' (her StarMakingRole), Sue in ''Film/SoClose,'' Ah Mui in ''Film/ShaolinSoccer,'' Yao Mulan in ''Literature/MomentInPeking,'' Sun Shangxiang in ''Film/RedCliff,'' and the title character in a 2009 LiveActionAdaptation of ''Film/{{Mulan}}.''
12th Feb '16 6:39:28 AM aye_amber
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Zhao Wei (born 1976) a.k.a. Vicki Zhao is a Chinese actress, director and pop singer.

She discovered acting by accident in 1993, when her hometown was chosen as the location of the shooting of ''Hua Hun,'' a film starring Creator/GongLi, and she got to play as an extra. In 1995 she starred in a LiveActionTelevision series, ''Yu Tian You Gu Shi,'' and in the feature film ''Penitentiary Angel.'' Her more notable roles since then include Xiao Yan Zi in ''Series/PrincessReturningPearl'' (her StarMakingRole), Sue in ''Film/SoClose',' Ah Mui in ''Film/ShaolinSoccer,'' Yao Mulan in ''Literature/MomentInPeking,'' Sun Shangxiang in ''Film/RedCliff,'' and the title character in a 2009 LiveActionAdaptation of ''Film/{{Mulan}}.''

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Zhao Wei (born 1976) a.k.a. Vicki Zhao is a Chinese actress, director director, and pop singer.

She discovered acting by accident in 1993, when her hometown was chosen as the location of the shooting of ''Hua Hun,'' a film starring Creator/GongLi, and she got to play as an extra. In 1995 she starred in a LiveActionTelevision series, ''Yu Tian You Gu Shi,'' and in the feature film ''Penitentiary Angel.'' Her more notable roles since then include Xiao Yan Zi in ''Series/PrincessReturningPearl'' (her StarMakingRole), Sue in ''Film/SoClose',' ''Film/SoClose,'' Ah Mui in ''Film/ShaolinSoccer,'' Yao Mulan in ''Literature/MomentInPeking,'' Sun Shangxiang in ''Film/RedCliff,'' and the title character in a 2009 LiveActionAdaptation of ''Film/{{Mulan}}.''
12th Feb '16 6:37:07 AM aye_amber
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She discovered acting by accident in 1993, when her hometown was chosen as the location of the shooting of ''Hua Hun'', a film starring Creator/GongLi, and she got to play as an extra. In 1995 she starred in a LiveActionTelevision series, ''Yu Tian You Gu Shi'', and in the feature film ''Penitentiary Angel''. Her more notable roles since then include Xiao Yan Zi in ''Series/PrincessReturningPearl'' (her StarMakingRole), Sue in ''Film/SoClose'', Ah Mui in ''ShaolinSoccer'', Yao Mulan in ''Literature/MomentInPeking'', Sun Shangxiang in ''RedCliff'', and the title character in a 2009 LiveActionAdaptation of ''Film/{{Mulan}}''.

In 2006, she started her Masters degree in Directing at the Beijing Film Academy. In 2013, she released her first feature film as a director, called ''So Young'', which was also her graduation project. The film was released in theatre to commercial success, breaking many box-office records, and she becomes the first female director whose debut feature makes over 100 million RMB at the box office.

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She discovered acting by accident in 1993, when her hometown was chosen as the location of the shooting of ''Hua Hun'', Hun,'' a film starring Creator/GongLi, and she got to play as an extra. In 1995 she starred in a LiveActionTelevision series, ''Yu Tian You Gu Shi'', Shi,'' and in the feature film ''Penitentiary Angel''. Angel.'' Her more notable roles since then include Xiao Yan Zi in ''Series/PrincessReturningPearl'' (her StarMakingRole), Sue in ''Film/SoClose'', ''Film/SoClose',' Ah Mui in ''ShaolinSoccer'', ''Film/ShaolinSoccer,'' Yao Mulan in ''Literature/MomentInPeking'', ''Literature/MomentInPeking,'' Sun Shangxiang in ''RedCliff'', ''Film/RedCliff,'' and the title character in a 2009 LiveActionAdaptation of ''Film/{{Mulan}}''.

''Film/{{Mulan}}.''

In 2006, she started her Masters degree in Directing at the Beijing Film Academy. In 2013, she released her first feature film as a director, called ''So Young'', Young,'' which was also her graduation project. The film was released in theatre to commercial success, breaking many box-office box office records, and she becomes the first female director whose debut feature makes over 100 million RMB at the box office.
11th Aug '15 11:33:49 AM Phoenixion
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12th Dec '13 8:22:14 PM Larkmarn
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She discovered acting by accident in 1993, when her hometown was chosen as the location of the shooting of ''Hua Hun'', a film starring Creator/GongLi, and she got to play as an extra. In 1995 she starred in a LiveActionTelevision series, ''Yu Tian You Gu Shi'', and in the feature film ''Penitentiary Angel''. Her more notable roles since then include Xiao Yan Zi in ''Series/PrincessReturningPearl'' (her StarMakingRole), Ah Mui in ''ShaolinSoccer'', Yao Mulan in ''Literature/MomentInPeking'', Sun Shangxiang in ''RedCliff'', and the title character in a 2009 LiveActionAdaptation of ''Film/{{Mulan}}''.

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She discovered acting by accident in 1993, when her hometown was chosen as the location of the shooting of ''Hua Hun'', a film starring Creator/GongLi, and she got to play as an extra. In 1995 she starred in a LiveActionTelevision series, ''Yu Tian You Gu Shi'', and in the feature film ''Penitentiary Angel''. Her more notable roles since then include Xiao Yan Zi in ''Series/PrincessReturningPearl'' (her StarMakingRole), Sue in ''Film/SoClose'', Ah Mui in ''ShaolinSoccer'', Yao Mulan in ''Literature/MomentInPeking'', Sun Shangxiang in ''RedCliff'', and the title character in a 2009 LiveActionAdaptation of ''Film/{{Mulan}}''.
12th Aug '13 10:57:12 PM hmschocolate
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Zhao Wei (born 1976) a.k.a. Vicki Zhao is a Chinese actress and pop singer.

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Zhao Wei (born 1976) a.k.a. Vicki Zhao is a Chinese actress actress, director and pop singer.
12th Aug '13 10:55:41 PM hmschocolate
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She lives with her husband, a businessman, and their daughter, born in 2010. In 2011, she announced she will return to judging at the Singapore Film Festival.

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In 2006, she started her Masters degree in Directing at the Beijing Film Academy. In 2013, she released her first feature film as a director, called ''So Young'', which was also her graduation project. The film was released in theatre to commercial success, breaking many box-office records, and she becomes the first female director whose debut feature makes over 100 million RMB at the box office.

She lives with her husband, a businessman, and their daughter, born in 2010. In 2011, she announced she will return to judging at the Singapore Film Festival.
12th Aug '13 10:51:14 PM hmschocolate
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She discovered acting by accident in 1993, when her hometown was chosen as the location of the shooting of ''Hua Hun'', a film starring Creator/GongLi, and she got to play as an extra. In 1995 she starred in a LiveActionTelevision series, ''Yu Tian You Gu Shi'', and in the feature film ''Penitentiary Angel''. Her more notable roles since then include Xiao Yan Zi in ''Series/PrincessReturningPearl'', Ah Mui in ''ShaolinSoccer'', Yao Mulan in ''Literature/MomentInPeking'', Sun Shangxiang in ''RedCliff'', and the title character in a 2009 LiveActionAdaptation of ''Film/{{Mulan}}''.

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She discovered acting by accident in 1993, when her hometown was chosen as the location of the shooting of ''Hua Hun'', a film starring Creator/GongLi, and she got to play as an extra. In 1995 she starred in a LiveActionTelevision series, ''Yu Tian You Gu Shi'', and in the feature film ''Penitentiary Angel''. Her more notable roles since then include Xiao Yan Zi in ''Series/PrincessReturningPearl'', ''Series/PrincessReturningPearl'' (her StarMakingRole), Ah Mui in ''ShaolinSoccer'', Yao Mulan in ''Literature/MomentInPeking'', Sun Shangxiang in ''RedCliff'', and the title character in a 2009 LiveActionAdaptation of ''Film/{{Mulan}}''.
12th Aug '13 9:09:40 AM SeptimusHeap
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She discovered acting by accident in 1993, when her hometown was chosen as the location of the shooting of ''Hua Hun'', a film starring Creator/GongLi, and she got to play as an extra. In 1995 she starred in a LiveActionTelevision series, ''Yu Tian You Gu Shi'', and in the feature film ''Penitentiary Angel''. Her more notable roles since then include Xiao Yan Zi in ''PrincessReturningPearl'', Ah Mui in ''ShaolinSoccer'', Yao Mulan in ''Literature/MomentInPeking'', Sun Shangxiang in ''RedCliff'', and the title character in a 2009 LiveActionAdaptation of ''Film/{{Mulan}}''.

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She discovered acting by accident in 1993, when her hometown was chosen as the location of the shooting of ''Hua Hun'', a film starring Creator/GongLi, and she got to play as an extra. In 1995 she starred in a LiveActionTelevision series, ''Yu Tian You Gu Shi'', and in the feature film ''Penitentiary Angel''. Her more notable roles since then include Xiao Yan Zi in ''PrincessReturningPearl'', ''Series/PrincessReturningPearl'', Ah Mui in ''ShaolinSoccer'', Yao Mulan in ''Literature/MomentInPeking'', Sun Shangxiang in ''RedCliff'', and the title character in a 2009 LiveActionAdaptation of ''Film/{{Mulan}}''.
12th Aug '13 8:51:33 AM hmschocolate
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Zhao Wei (born 1976) a.k.a. Vicky Zhao is a Chinese actress and pop singer.

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Zhao Wei (born 1976) a.k.a. Vicky Vicki Zhao is a Chinese actress and pop singer.
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