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Wang Yumei

Wang Yumei
Chinese name 王玉梅
Pinyin Wáng Yù Méi (Mandarin)
Born (1934-10-28) 28 October 1934
Jinan, Shandong, China
Occupation Actress

Wang Yumei (Chinese: 王玉梅, born 1934 in Jinan, Shandong) is a Chinese actress who has won a Golden Eagle Award, a Golden Rooster Award and a Hundred Flowers Award.

Filmography

Films

Year English Title Chinese Title Role Notes
1964 After Harvest 豐收之後
1981 In-Laws 喜盈門 Nominated—Golden Rooster Award for Best Supporting Actress
1982 A Capable Wife 內當家
1982 Wild Chrysanthemum 山菊花
1983 Ou Mei 欧妹
1984 Tan Sitong 譚嗣同 Empress Dowager Cixi WonGolden Rooster Award for Best Supporting Actress
1984 Wreaths at the Foot of the Mountain 高山下的花環 Mrs. Liang WonGolden Eagle Award for Best Supporting Actress
WonHundred Flowers Award for Best Supporting Actress
1991 The True-Hearted 心香 Nominated—Golden Rooster Award for Best Supporting Actress
1993 The Wooden Man's Bride 五魁
1995 A Kid's Kite 童年的風箏
1998 Gold Marriage 金婚
1999 Everybody's Darling 人見人愛

Television

Year English Title Chinese Title Role Notes
2003 Hold Up the Blue Sky of Life 撐起生命的蘭天
2010 Justice Bao 1 包青天之七俠五義 Bao Mian's mother

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