Brigitte Lin Net Worth

Brigitte Lin was born on November 03, 1954 in  Taipei, Taiwan, Taiwan, is Actress. Brigitte Lin was born on November 3, 1954 in Taipei, Taiwan. She is an actress, known for Trung Khanh Sam Lam (1994), Ging chaat goo si (1985) and Tieu Ngao Giang Ho: Dong Phuong Bat Bai (1992). She has been married to Michael Ying since June 29, 1994. They have two children.
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Who is it? Actress
Birth Day November 03, 1954
Birth Place  Taipei, Taiwan, Taiwan
Age 66 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Sagittarius
Chinese name 林青霞 (simplified)
Pinyin Lín Qīngxiá (Mandarin)
Jyutping lam4 cing1 haa4 (Cantonese)
Pe̍h-ōe-jī Lîm Chheng-hâ (Hokkien)
Origin Republic of China (Taiwan)
Occupation Actress
Years active 1973 - 1994
Spouse(s) Michael Ying (m. 1994)
Children 2
Ancestry Yantai, Shandong
Awards Golden Horse AwardsOther awards Awards Golden Horse Awards Best Actress 1990 Red Dust Other awards Asia Pacific Film Festival Best Actress 1976 Eight Hundred Heroes Golden Phoenix Awards 1993 Special Contribution Award Golden Horse Awards Best Actress 1990 Red Dust Other awards Asia Pacific Film Festival Best Actress 1976 Eight Hundred Heroes Golden Phoenix Awards 1993 Special Contribution Award Best Actress 1990 Red DustAsia Pacific Film Festival Best Actress 1976 Eight Hundred Heroes Golden Phoenix Awards 1993 Special Contribution Award
Golden Horse AwardsOther awards Golden Horse Awards Best Actress 1990 Red Dust Other awards Asia Pacific Film Festival Best Actress 1976 Eight Hundred Heroes Golden Phoenix Awards 1993 Special Contribution Award Best Actress 1990 Red DustAsia Pacific Film Festival Best Actress 1976 Eight Hundred Heroes Golden Phoenix Awards 1993 Special Contribution Award

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Biography/Timeline

1970

At the height of her popularity, Lin was inarguably one of the most sought-after actresses in the Chinese film industry. She starred in more than 100 movies. Lin was credited for boosting Taiwan's film production in the 1970s before earning even greater popularity in Hong Kong in the 1990s, becoming a trans-island legend of her time.

1972

She was born in Taipei and she was discovered in 1972 by a film Producer after she finished women high school and was preparing for University. Her movie debut is in Outside the Window (1973) which made her a star. Subsequently, she joined Chiung Yao's company and gained recognition for her roles in romantic films based off the novels by Chiung. Lin won the Best Actress award at the Asia-Pacific Film Festival for her role as a girl scout in Eight Hundred Heroes (1976).

1981

Known for being a "screen goddess" by Chinese film lovers, Lin's early collaborations with Hong Kong New Wave Directors Ringo Lam, Tsui Hark and Jackie Chan in Love Massacre (1981), Zu Warriors from the Magic Mountain (1983), Police Story (1985) and Peking Opera Blues (1986) brought her success. In 1990, she won the Best Actress trophy at the 27th Golden Horse Awards for her depiction of a Chinese female Writer who fell in love with a Japanese collaborator in Red Dust (1990).

1992

In 1992, Swordsman II directed by Tsui Hark brought Lin one of the most memorable roles in the history of Chinese martial arts movies. In the film, she succeeded in portraying the male protagonist Dongfang Bubai. Swordsman II marked the peak of her career in terms of box office earnings. It was featured on Time magazine as one of the greatest films made since 1923. Subsequently, she starred in many other notable martial epics including New Dragon Gate Inn (1992) and The Bride with White Hair (1993). Lin's subsequent collaborations with Wong Kar-wai in Ashes of Time (1994) and Chungking Express (1994) were also some of her most notable films.

1994

Lin married Hong Kong businessman Michael Ying in 1994 and left the film industry. She has two daughters, born in 1997 and 2001. She made her first public appearance since her marriage at the screening of Ashes of Time Redux during the 2008 New York Film Festival.