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Ai Liya

 

Ai Liya

Ai Liya
Chinese name 艾丽娅
Born (1962-12-01) December 1, 1962
Inner Mongolia, China
Years active 1986 - present

Ai Liya (Chinese: 艾丽娅) is a Chinese film and television actress.[1]

Filmography

Year Title Director Role Notes
1990 The Sun on The Roof of the Worlda Xie Fei/Wang Ping Buddhist nun
1992 Black Mountain Zhou Xiaowen Young woman
1994 Ermo Zhou Xiaowen Ermo Golden Phoenix Award Society Award
Golden Rooster Award for Best Actress
Huabiao Award for Outstanding Actress
Shanghai Film Critics Award for Best Actress
1998 Genghis Khan Sai Fu/Mai Lisi Heelun Beijing College Student Film Festival Jury Award for Best Actress
Changchun Film Festival Golden Deer Award for Best Actress
Golden Phoenix Award Society Award
Shanghai International Film Festival Golden Goblet Award for Best Actress
Nominated - Golden Rooster Award for Best Actress
2004 A Unique Schooling Fang Gangliang Wang Yan's mom Nominated - Golden Rooster Award for Best Supporting Actress
2006 Mongol Sergey Bodrov Oelun
2011 Yang Shan Zhou Dong Ling Yang Jingju

References

  1. ^ 《同在屋檐下》老戏骨飙戏 马丽艾丽娅"亲家大战" People.com.cn Octorber 22, 2013

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