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Chen Jianbin

Chen Jianbin
Chinese name 陳建斌 (traditional)
Chinese name 陈建斌 (simplified)
Ethnicity Hui
Born (1970-06-27) June 27, 1970
Ürümqi, Xinjiang, China
Spouse(s) Jiang Qinqin (m. 2006)
Children 1 son (b. 2007)

Chen Jianbin (born June 27, 1970) is a Chinese actor active in television and film. He is most notable for the portrayal of Cao Cao in the 2010 television series Three Kingdoms, for which he won the Best Actor Award at the 2011 Seoul International Drama Awards in Seoul, South Korea.[1]

Chen married his Qiao's Grand Courtyard costar Jiang Qinqin in 2006.


Year Title Role Notes
2001 Chrysanthemum Tea (菊花茶) WonStudents' Choice Award for Favorite Actor
2003 Leaving Me, Loving You (大城小事)
2003 Jade Goddess of Mercy (玉觀音) Tiejun
2008 24 City (二十四城记)
2010 Confucius (孔子) Ji Huanzi
2010 Driverless (无人驾驶) Wang Yao
2011 Dragon (武俠) policeman cameo
2011 People Mountain People Sea (人山人海)
2014 When a Peking Family Meets Aupair
2014 Paradise in Service Won– Best Supporting Actor, Golden Horse Film Festival
2014 A Fool Won– Best Actor, Best new director, Golden Horse Film Festival
Year Title Role Notes
2002 Decade of Marriage (结婚十年) Cheng Zhang Won–Outstanding Actor, Flying Apsaras Award
Nominated–Golden Eagle Award for Best Actor
2006 Qiao's Grand Courtyard (乔家大院) Qiao Zhiyong Nominated–Golden Eagle Award for Best Actor
2010 Three Kingdoms (三国) Cao Cao Won–Best Actor, Seoul International Drama Awards
Won–Person of the Year, TV Drama Awards Made in China
2012 The Legend of Zhen Huan (后宫甄嬛传) Yongzheng Emperor
2013 Zhao Kuangyin (趙匡胤) Zhao Kuangyin

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  1. ^ Seoul International Drama Awards: Individual Category
  2. ^ Chen Jianbin at
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