Central Academy of Drama alumni

Posted May 4, 2012 by Kiwigirl15
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  1. Ziyi Zhang

    Ziyi Zhang


    Zhang Ziyi (Chinese: 章子怡; born 9 February 1979) is a Chinese actress. She is considered one of the Four Dan Actresses of China.

  2. Li Gong

    Li Gong


    Gong Li (born 31 December 1965) is a Chinese Singaporean actress. Gong first came into international prominence through close collaboration with Chinese director Zhang Yimou and is credited with helping to bring Chinese cinema to Europe and the United States.

  3. Wei Tang

    Wei Tang


    Tang Wei (simplified Chinese: 汤唯; traditional Chinese: 湯唯; pinyin: Tāng Wéi; born October 7, 1979) is a Chinese actress. She rose to prominence for her appearance in Lust, Caution.

  4. Ye Liu

    Ye Liu


    Liu Ye (born March 23, 1978) is a Chinese actor.

  5. Jingchu Zhang

    Jingchu Zhang


    Zhang Jingchu (born 2 February 1980) is a Chinese film actress. She graduated in Directing at the Central Academy of Drama in Beijing.

  6. Yu Xia

    Yu Xia


    Xia Yu (born October 28, 1976) is a Chinese actor.

  7. Honglei Sun

    Honglei Sun


    Sun Honglei, (simplified Chinese: 孙红雷; traditional Chinese: 孫紅雷; pinyin: Sūn Hóngléi) born 16 August 1970 in Harbin, China is a Chinese actor.

  8. Wen Jiang

    Wen Jiang


    Jiang Wen (born 5 January 1963) is a Chinese film actor, screenwriter and director. As a director, he is sometimes grouped with the "Sixth Generation" that emerged in the 1990s. Jiang is also well known internationally as an actor, having starred with Gong Li in Zhang Yimou's debut film Red Sorghum (1986). He has a younger brother who is also an actor, Jiang Wu.

  9. Beibi Gong

    Beibi Gong


    Gong Beibi (Chinese: 龚蓓苾; pinyin: Gōng Beìbì) (born February 21, 1978 in Fujian, China) is a Chinese film actress. Beginning her career as a child actress, she later graduated from the prestigious Central Academy of Drama where she gained fame and popularity among young audiences in China after starring in several popular TV series and feature films in both China and Hong Kong. Due to her success while still a student, she became dubbed in the media at the time as "little Gong Li".

  10. Jing Bai

    Jing Bai


    Bai Jing (Chinese: 白静; pinyin: Bái Jìng) (4 June 1983 – 28 February 2012) was a Chinese actress best known for her role in the film Kung Fu Wing Chun (2010) which she became the successor to the character played by Michelle Yeoh. She was a student of Ip Chun.

  11. Tiffany Tang

    Tiffany Tang


    Tang Yan or Tiffany Tang (born December 6, 1983) is a Chinese actress. She graduated from the Central Academy of Drama in 2006. In 2007 she was nominated for the White Magnolia Award (白玉兰奖) for Best Actress at the Shanghai International Film Festival for her film debut in Farewell for Love. She left her company Orange Sky Entertainment Group mid-2012 to set up her own studio.

  12. Xiubo Wu

    Xiubo Wu


    Wu Xiubo (Chinese: 吴秀波; pinyin: Wú Xiù Bō), (born 5 September 1968), is a Chinese actor, musician and producer. He is perhaps most widely known as Xinjie Liu, the protagonist in the TV series Before the Dawn, for which he received several awards. Other prominent dramas in which he had a starring role include "The Wedding Gown", "Sword & Spy", "To the Oak", "The Brotherhood", "Road May Say", and "Invincible Love". He is currently one of the highest paid actors on Chinese television.

  13. Quan Yuan

    Quan Yuan


    Yuan Quan (born October 16, 1977) is a Chinese actress and singer.

  14. Hanyu Zhang

    Hanyu Zhang


    Zhang Hanyu (born 19 December 1964) is a Chinese actor.

  15. Hongshen Jia

    Hongshen Jia


    Jia Hongsheng (simplified Chinese: 贾宏声; traditional Chinese: 賈宏聲; pinyin: Jiǎ Hóngshēng; 19 March 1967 – 5 July 2010) was a Chinese actor who became known in the late 1980s and early 1990s for roles in movies like The Case of the Silver Snake (1988), Good Morning, Beijing (1991), A Woman from North Shaanxi (1993) and Weekend Lover (1995). His performances were praised by critics and he developed a rebellious image that made him popular among artistic youth and the "Sixth Generation" of Chinese directors.

  16. Ren Yexiang

    Ren Yexiang


    Ren Yexiang (Chinese: 任冶湘; pinyin: Rén Yěxiāng; born 1961) is a Chinese actress of the 1980s.

  17. Yang Zhang

    Yang Zhang


    Zhang Yang (simplified Chinese: 张扬; traditional Chinese: 張揚; pinyin: Zhāng Yáng; born 1967) is a Chinese film director, screenwriter, and occasional actor. He is the son of Zhang Huaxun, who is also a Chinese film director.

  18. Yi'nan Diao

    Yi'nan Diao


    Diao Yinan (Chinese: ; pinyin: Diāo Yìnán; born 1969 in Xi'an, Shaanxi) is a Chinese director, screenwriter and occasional actor. He won the Golden Bear for Best Film at the 2014 Berlin International Film Festival for Black Coal, Thin Ice.

  19. Höng Tao

    Höng Tao


    Tao Hong (born May 11, 1969), also known as Helen Tao, is a Chinese actress and singer. She received 2002 Golden Rooster Award in Best Actress.

  20. Guoan Bao

    Guoan Bao


    Bao Guo'an (born June 1946) is a Chinese actor and professor in the Central Academy of Drama. Best known for his role as Cao Cao in the 1994 television series Romance of the Three Kingdoms, Bao won two Best Actor awards at the 1995 Golden Eagle Awards and Flying Apsaras Awards. Bao was also a delegate in the National People's Congress and Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference in 2003.

  21. Yin Yezi

    Yin Yezi


    Yin Yezi (simplified Chinese: 殷叶子; traditional Chinese: 殷葉子; pinyin: Yīn Yèzǐ; born 25 June 1991) is a Chinese actress.

  22. Qin Hao

    Qin Hao


    Qin Hao (Chinese name: Chinese: 秦昊; pinyin: Qín Hào) is a Chinese actor. He is known for starring in the 2009 film Spring Fever.

  23. Yan Shunkai

    Yan Shunkai


    Yan Shunkai (born in E'cheng, Hubei or Shanghai on 6 June 1937) is a Chinese comedian, actor and film director.

  24. Li Yapeng

    Li Yapeng


    Li Yapeng (Traditional Chinese: 李亞鵬; Simplified Chinese: 李亚鹏; born September 27, 1971) is a Chinese actor. He starred in two CCTV television adaptations of Louis Cha's Wuxia novels; playing Linghu Chong in the 2000 series, Laughing in the Wind, and Guo Jing in the 2003 series The Legend of the Condor Heroes.

  25. Zhu Yuchen

    Zhu Yuchen


    Zhu Yuchen (Chinese: 朱雨辰; pinyin: Zhū Yǔchén; born February 27, 1979) is a Chinese film actor.

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