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Bai Baihe

Bai Baihe
Chinese name 白百何
Born (1984-02-28) 28 February 1984
Qingdao, Shandong, China
Occupation Actress
Spouse(s) Chen Yufan (m. 2006)

Bai Baihe (Chinese: 白百何; pinyin: Bái Bǎihé; born February 28, 1984) is a Chinese actress. She is known for her breakout role in the 2011 romantic-comedy Love Is Not Blind, also starring Wen Zhang. The low-budget film became a surprise hit and ended up grossing over 350 million yuan at the Chinese boxoffice.[1] In 2013, she starred in the romantic comedy A Wedding Invitation opposite Eddie Peng.

Filmography

Film

Year Title Chinese title Role Notes
2011 The Law of Attraction 万有引力 Shi Xiaolin
2011 Love is Not Blind 失恋33天 Huang Xiaoxian
2012 The First Time 第一次 Wei Jiajia
2013 A Wedding Invitation 分手合约 Qiao Qiao
2013 The Stolen Years 被偷走的那五年 He Man
2013 Personal Tailor 私人订制 Xiao Biao
2014 The Truth About Beauty 整容日记
2015 Monster Hunt 捉妖记
2015 Go Away Mr. Tumor 滚蛋吧!肿瘤君
2015 Cities in Love 恋爱中的城市

[2] [3]

References

  1. ^ Chinese box office takings reach 13 bln yuan in 2011
  2. ^ Bai Baihe at hkmdb.com
  3. ^ Bai Baihe at chinesemov.com

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