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Hao Lei

Hao Lei
Chinese name 郝蕾
Born (1978-11-01) November 1, 1978 (age 35)
Jilin, China
Occupation Actress
Years active 1997-present

Hao Lei (Chinese: 郝蕾) (born November 1, 1978) is a Chinese actress. She was born in Tonghua, Jilin. Hao first gained international prominence as Yu Hong, the heroine in Lou Ye's 2006 film about the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, Summer Palace. In November 2010, she won a Taiwan Golden Horse Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Chung Mong-hong's film The Fourth Portrait. Before that, Hao had also starred in numerous television productions.

Performances

Theatre

Year Title Role Playwright Director
2003 Rhinoceros in love Ming-ming Liao Yimei Meng Jinghui
2010-2011 Tenderness Doctor Jin Liao Yimei Meng Jinghui

Film

Year Title Role Notes Director
2006 Summer Palace Yu Hong Banned in China Lou Ye
2008 Cry Me a River Bai Yu Short film Jia Zhangke
2009 Empire of Silver Madam Kang Christina Yao
2009 Mr. An, Happy Birthday Mr. An's ex-girlfriend Banned in China Ju Anji
2010 The Fourth Portrait Xiang's mother Taiwan Golden Horse Award for Best Supporting Actress Chung Mong-hong
2010 Love You Ten Thousand Years Cameo appearance
2010 The Man Behind the Courtyard House Fei Xing
2012 Love in The Buff Cameo appearance Pang Ho-Cheung
2012 Mystery Lu Jie Lou Ye

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Don't cry Seventeen Yang Yuling
1998 Sisters
2002 Brotherhood Zhou Qian
2003 Shao Nian Tian Zi Jing Fei
2005 Sound of Colors Fu Ming Ming
2005 Secret Order 1949

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Hao Lei at the Chinese Movie Database

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