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" /> World Famous Peoples - Fan Bingbing Biography
Fan Bingbing

Quick Facts:

Birthday: 16th September 1981

Father's name: Fan Tao

Mother's name: Zhang Chuanmei

Born In: Qingdao, Shandong, China

Nationality: Chinese

Introduction:

Fan Bingbing is a blessed with multi-talent as she is professional in the fields of singing, modelling, Chinese Cinema and Television series production industry. Right from the year 2013, Bingbing has made her presence in Forbes list of top 100 highest paid Chinese celebrity in the magazine “Forbes China Celebrity 100.” She was able to do so for four years consecutively, where she always holded the rank of top 10 since the year 2006.

Fan commenced her career and it bloomed after her appearance in the TV series “My Fair Princess.” This helped her widen her popularity quickly around the east Asia. In the year 2003, she featured in the movie“Cell Phone,” which emerged as the highest-grossing film of the year. Bingbing also secretly disappeared from public during the month of July 2018. Sooner she appeared in the social media, where she clarified about her tax evasion and then requested for public apology as well. Bingbing has been fined a lot by the Chinese authorities for this act and the amount sums up to approximately 127 million US dollars.

Early Life:

The birth of Fan Bingbing took place in Qingdao which is a prominent city in the east of Shandong Province that is located at China's Yellow Sea coast. Later, she moved to Yantai which is also the place where she spent most of her childhood. 

Student life:

She completed her graduation from Shanghai XieJin Film and Television Art College which was established on the name of XieJin, who was a Chinese film director. 

Her fame and directing career sky rocketed in the year 1957, while directing the movie “Woman Basketball Player No. 5,” and is also well known as one of all the Third Generation directors of China. Recently she was known for the direction of the movie “The Opium War.” Fan Bingbing also studied in Shanghai Theatre Academy, which is a public university in the city of Shanghai, People's Republic of China entirely dedicatedto teach the students in depth about dramatic art education.

Career:

Bingbing made her debute in the television series "Powerful Woman" and played some minor roles for about two years, before acquiring the actual attention she deserved in the year 1999 when she was working for a secondary character who was introduced as Jin Suo in the initial two seasons of the Chinese TV series "My Fair Princess." The series was an adaption from Taiwanese writer Chiung Yao's story. She was recommended by Cantonese actress Leanne Liu, who insisted the crew get her into the cast. The comedic period drama received widespread success in Asia, pushing Fan to emerge as a household name in the region.

After that, Bingbing accepted an eight-year contract with Chiung Yao's company, which worked on the production of the TV series "My Fair Princess." However, as the company was new and were yet to establish any branches in mainland China, numerous mainland Chinese TV advertising firms had to go for calls to Taiwan for negotiations, resulting in a waste of time and efforts. When Bingbing and her mother tried to release the contract, Chiung Yao's organization asked for CN¥1 million for the compensation of overall loss they will be causing to the organisation, but eventually, the court decided and instructed Fan to pay CN¥200,000 since the contract was illegal due to her age.

In the year 2000, Fan joined an organization that was owned by Wang Jinghua, who was an artist manager in Mainland China. During the final days of the year 2000, Wang became the general manager of Huayi Brothers, and Fan worked along with him and accepted a six-year contract with Huayi. During her time with Huayi, Fan featured in many TV series, such as "Young Justice Red Poppies" that was an adaptation from the Mao Dun Literature Prize novel, "Bao II,” and "The Proud Twins," which was an adaptation from Gu Long's novel JuedaiShuangjiao. From the year 1999 to 2002, Fan starred in a total of seventeen TV series.

Fan Bingbing also featured in numerous films. In the year 2003, she starred in Feng Xiaogang's movie "Cell Phone." Luckily, this movie came up as the highest-grossing film of the entire year in the whole China. Fan Bingbing also received the Best Actress Award at the 27th Hundred Flowers Awards, a Best Supporting Actress nomination at 24th Golden Rooster Awards which was later followed by an "Outstanding New Actress" nomination in the 10th Huabiao Awards. Later, Fan Bingbing made her appearance in "The Lion Roars," "A Chinese Tall Story," and "A Battle of Wits." She also got a Golden Bauhinia Awards nomination for her work in the Chinese, South-Korean as well as Japanese movie "A Battle of Wits."

Fan aired her first album, Just Begun in the year 2005. She worked with music producers and composers in order to take up a wide variety of genres into the album. In the year 2006, Forbes China endowed its most prized award, "the Star of the Year," to Fan for her emerging fame, decent press coverage and attention, and all her website hits throughout the entire world that year.

Fan then ended her contract with Huayi Brothers in the month of February 2007 and created her own studio, which came to be known as Fan Bingbing Studio. She worked in a total of eight movies in the year 2007, where she won several awards and accolades. These awards include "the Best Supporting Actress" Award which she received for her outstanding work in the movie "The Matrimony" that was titled and given to her during the 44th Golden Horse Film Awards and then she also won the "Best Actress Award" for her glamorous work in the movie "Lost in Beijing" which was handed to her at the 4th Eurasia International Film Festival.

Achievements:

  • She won “Hundred Flowers Award” for “Best Actress” for her work in the film “Cell Phone” in the year 2004.
  • She won “Golden Horse Award” for “Best Supporting Actress” for her work in the film “The Matrimony” in the year 2007.
  • She won “Best Actress Award” in “Tokyo International Film Festival” for her work in the film “Buddha Mountain” in the year 2010.

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