Chinese Child Actors

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Despite being only a child, Chen Kun has achieved international success as a child actor. In 1999, he made his film debut in The National Anthem and quickly rose to prominence. In 2001, his TV drama Love in Shanghai won him widespread recognition. In this film, Chen portrayed a poor clock repairman who helps a young girl with infantile autism. In 2002, Chen gained international recognition for his role in the Franco-Chinese romance film Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress, which was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film.

Chen Kun was born in 1976 in Chongqing, Sichuan Province. His early talent for acting and singing led him to be recommended to the China Oriental Song and Dance Ensemble and China National Song and Dance Ensemble. In 1996, he attended the Beijing Film Academy, and soon became one of China’s most promising young actors.

Guan Xiaotong

Guan Xiaotong is a Chinese actress who began her career in dramas when she was just four years old. Her father is also an actor, and he introduced her to acting at a young age. She has since been part of numerous dramas, including 2004’s Electric Shadows and Dian Ying Wang Shi. Her father is also the director of the drama Profoundly Affecting.

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In 2017, Guan was named as a spokesperson of the World Life Day campaign. This is a joint campaign of the United Nations Environment Programme, The Nature Conservancy, and International Fund for Animal Welfare. Guan is a member of the Four Dan Actresses.

Jiang Wen

Jiang Wen is an actor who makes his acting debut in the Chinese film “Devils on the Doorstep”. This drama about a child whose parents are murdered is the most popular film in China. Although it earned Jiang a Grand Prix at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival, it was banned in China. After the controversy surrounding the film, Jiang was barred from making films for seven years. Despite this, the film still remains the best-selling film in pirated DVD stores in China.

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Jiang Wen was born on 5 January 1963. He is a famous Chinese film actor, screenwriter and director. He is often considered a member of the “Sixth Generation” of Chinese film directors. His early acting credits include roles in “Chun Tao,” “In the Heat of the Sun,” “Devils on the Doorstep,” “Let the Bullets Fly,” and “Gone with the Bullets.” His most recent film appearance was in the Star Wars anthology film “Rogue One.”

Huang Bo

Despite being known as a rogue child actor, Huang Bo is a devoted family man. He and his wife have three children: an eldest daughter who is now 8 years old and a second daughter who is now five. Huang Bo and his wife have been married for 12 years. In addition to acting, Huang Bo has also become a vice-chairman of the China Film Association. He has won several awards for his work. In 2013, he was ranked 34th in Forbes’ China Celebrity 100 list. In 2014, he was ranked 62nd and in 2015, he rose to number two. In 2017, he was ranked 30th, and he is expected to rise to the top 50 in 2020.

Huang Bo is married to Xiao Ou, a college classmate. Their long-distance love affair lasted 13 years. In 2007, the couple married and had a daughter.

Liu Haoran

Liu Haoran was discovered at the age of 15 by Chen Sicheng. After making his acting debut in Beijing Love Story, Haoran earned a spot at the Central Academy of Drama. During his childhood, Liu Haoran enjoyed playing table tennis, but the opportunity to perform on the big screen soon snatched him up. His big break came with the film Detective Chinatown, which was released in 2015. In 2016, he appeared in another movie opposite Tan Songyun called With You, and she also starred in another film.

Born in Henan province, Liu Haoran is currently studying at the Central Academy of Drama. He began performing as a child and earned his first money when he was only 11. He has since won numerous awards and has performed at prestigious awards shows and international events.

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