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Zhu Yuanyuan

Zhu Yuanyuan
Native name 朱媛媛
Born (1974-03-18) March 18, 1974
Shibei District, Qingdao, Shandong
Residence Beijing
Education Qingdao Art School
Alma mater Central Academy of Drama
Occupation Actress
Years active 1995 - present
Organization National Theatre Company of China[1]
Notable work Ocean Heaven
The Forest Ranger
Romantic Matter
Spouse(s) Xin Baiqing (m. 2004)
Children 1
Zhu Yuanyuan
Traditional Chinese 朱媛媛
Simplified Chinese 朱媛媛

Zhu Yuanyuan (born 18 March 1974) is a Chinese actress.[2][3][4]

Zhu is noted for her roles as Tao Hua and Song Yu in the film and television series The Forest Ranger and The Forest Ranger respectively.

Life

Early life

Zhu was born and raised in Shibei District of Qingdao, Shandong, where she graduated from Qingdao Art School in 1992, her ancestral home in Yixing, Wuxi, Jiangsu.[1] Zhu graduated from Central Academy of Drama in 1997, where she majored in acting.[1]

Acting career

Zhu began her career by appearing in small roles in 1995, such as Spring Breeze in the Evening, Modern Urban Heroine, and Waiting Hall.

In 1998, Zhu won the Best TV Actress Award at the Beijing Chunyan Awards and Favorite Actress Award at the Golden Eagle Awards for her performance in Loquacious Zhang Damin's Happy Life.

Zhu's first film role was uncredited appearance in the film Bey, Our 1948 (1999).

In 2000, Zhu played the role of Song Qingling in Sun Yat-Sen, for which she won the Favorite Actress Award at the CCTV Television Awards. That same year, she earned her Hundred Flowers Award for Best Actress nomination for her performance as Li Yun in Beautiful Family.

In 2001, Zhu had a supporting role in Records of Kangxi's Travel Incognito 2, a historical television series starring Zhang Guoli and Deng Jie.

For her role as Song Yu in Romantic Matter, Zhu was nominated for the Golden Eagle Award for Favorite Actress and Chinese Television Flying Apsaras Award for Outstanding Actress.

In 2005, Zhu starred in The Forest Ranger, a film adaptation based on the novel of Zhang Ping's The Attacker , she received nominations at the Shanghai Film Critics Awards, Golden Rooster Awards and Huabiao Film Awards, and won the Female Actor Award at the Golden Phoenix Awards.[5][6]

In 2010, Zhu co-starred with Jet Li, Gwei Lun-mei and Wen Zhang in Ocean Heaven as the Aunt Chai.[7] She was nominated for Best Supporting Actress Award at the Hundred Flowers Awards.

In 2012, Zhu played the lead role in Love in the Family, for which she earned her second Golden Eagle Awards for Favorite Actress.[8]

Personal life

Zhu married his university friend Xin Baiqing in 2004, their daughter was born in August 2008.[9]

Works

Film

Year Title Chinese Title Role Notes
1999 Bey, Our 1948 《再见,我们的1948》 Tang Gong
2000 Beautiful Family 《美丽的家》 Li Yun
2005 The Forest Ranger 《天狗》 Tao Hua
2009 Tiny Dust, True Love 《寻找微尘》 The Vice-President
2010 Ocean Heaven 《海洋天堂》 Aunt Chai
2015 Lost in Hong Kong 《港囧》

Television

Year Title Chinese Title Role Notes
1995 《 一地鸡毛》 The nanny
1996 Spring Breeze in the Evening 《春风沉醉的晚上》 Zheng Xiuyue
Modern Urban Heroine 《都市英雄》 Hua Niuzi
1997 Waiting Hall 《候车大厅》 Hu Lili
《百年沉浮》 Pei Yelian
《红杏出墙记》 Liu Ruyan
1998 Loquacious Zhang Damin's Happy Life 《贫嘴张大民的幸福生活》 Li Yunfang
1999 《九九归一》 Cai Xiaowan
My Beloved Motherland 《我亲爱的祖国》 Zhang Zhiruo
2000 Sun Yat-Sen 《孙中山》 Song Qingling
Love Literature 《京城大状师》 Xiaorou
2001 《天下第一丑》 Xiu Gu
Records of Kangxi's Travel Incognito 2 《康熙微服私访记2》 Lu Zhu'er
2002 Last Hour of the Century's End 《世纪末的晚钟》 Shen Zhiping
《爱情宝典之小棋士》 Miao Guan
《爱情宝典之绿牡丹》 Che Jingying
2003 《天高地厚》 Bao Zhen
Romantic Matter 《浪漫的事》 Song Yu
《良心作证》 Xiao Mei
2004 Tracing 《追踪》 Shang Qiuyun
Family Has 9 Phoenixes 《家有九凤》 Qi Feng
《酒巷深深》 Liu Xuying
2005 Secret Order 1949 《密令1949》 Lin Qianru
《中国式结婚》 guest
《红色追击令》 Mei Ruojin
《萍水相逢过大年》 Feng Qing
2006 Eight Brothers 《八兄弟》 Fang Fang
Be a Man 《好男当家》 Yang Juan
2007 Honorable Years 《光荣岁月》 Bai Xiangming
2009 Happy Secret Code 《幸福密码》 Han Xifeng
Looks at This Family 《瞧这一家子》 Sun Xiaodan
2010 13th Princess 《十三格格新传》 Empress Dowager Cixi
2011 Love in the Family 《咱家那些事》 Xiu Yan
2013 《离婚后再战江湖》

Drama

Year Title Chinese Title Role Notes
1998 Richard III 《理查三世》
2010 Four Generations under One Roof 《四世同堂》 Yun Mei
2013 Big Family 《大宅门》 Huang Chun/ Yang Jiuhong/ Xiang Xiu [10]

Awards

Year Work Award Result Notes
2000 Loquacious Zhang Damin's Happy Life Chunyan Awards for Best TV Actress Won
Golden Eagle Award for Favorite Actress Won
2001 Sun Yat-Sen CCTV Television Award for Favorite Actress Won
Beautiful Family Hundred Flowers Award for Best Actress Nominated
2004 Romantic Matter Golden Eagle Award for Favorite Actress Nominated
Chinese Television Flying Apsaras Award for Outstanding Actress Nominated
2006 The Forest Ranger Shanghai Film Critics Award for Best Actress Won
Family Has 9 Phoenixes Golden Eagle Award for Favorite Actress Won
2007 The Forest Ranger Golden Rooster Award for Best Actress Nominated
Huabiao Film Award for Outstanding Actress Nominated
Golden Phoenix Award for Female Actor Won
2011 Sohu Internet TV Festival - Best Actress Nominated
2012 Ocean Heaven Hundred Flowers Award for Best Supporting Actress Nominated
Love in the Family Golden Eagle Award for Favorite Actress Nominated

References

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