Joe Chen

About Joe Chen

Who is it?: Actress, Singer
Birth Day: April 04, 1979
Birth Place: Taiwanese
Birth Sign: Taurus
Chinese name: 陈乔恩 (simplified)
Pinyin: Chen Qiao En (Mandarin)
Jyutping: Chan Kiu Yan (Cantonese)
Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tân Kiâu-un (Hokkien)
Ethnicity: Hakka
Alma mater: Kuang-Fu High School
Occupation: Actress Singer Host
Years active: 2001–present
Label(s): Chen Qiao En Studio
Associated acts: 7 Flowers

Joe Chen Net Worth

Joe Chen was bornon April 04, 1979 in Taiwanese, is Actress, Singer. Joe Chen is a popular Taiwanese actress, singer and TV host famous for her performances in dramas such as ‘The Prince Who Turns into a Frog’ and ‘The Queen of SOP’. After making a mark in the local television industry and gaining a massive fan following in China, she forayed into the mainland Chinese industry with the wuxia drama ‘Swordsman’.In the series, she played the widely adored role of Dongfang Bubai. The massive response she got for the role quickly turned her into one of the most loved actresses in China. After several award-winning performances, she was featured in the list of ‘Forbes China Celebrity 100’.She eventually got the opportunity to showcase her talent on the big screen and she did exactly that with films such as ‘Our Times’ and ‘Forever Love’. Known for her adorable looks and a solid screen presence, she has won many awards in her career for several of her performances. The awards she has managed to bag include Huading Award, China TV Drama Award and an award at the China Television Drama Quality Ceremony. Since she started her career as a theatre artiste, she always manages to make some time to reconnect with the theatrical plays every now and then. She does this in between her busy acting (TV and cinema) schedules.
Joe Chen is a member of Film & Theater Personalities

💰 Net worth: $6 Million

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Biography/Timeline

2001

Joe Chen began working as a model and assistant in 2001. She entered the entertainment industry after winning 1st place on Sanlih E-Television's talent show. In 2002, she began her acting career by taking on a supporting role in the television drama, Lavender. She also became a host for SET variety shows Zhong Guo Na Me Da and Zong Yi Qi Jian, alongside famous Taiwanese hosts Jacky Wu and NONO.

2003

After being neglected by her company for six months, she attracted the attention of SET's executive Zong Limei, who cast her in 100% Senorita (2003). This was her first leading role. The drama became the highest rated Taiwanese drama then, and also achieved moderate success overseas. Joe then make her debut in Taiwanese girl group 7 Flowers the following year.

2005

Joe achieved breakthrough with her performance in The Prince Who Turns into a Frog (2005). The drama had a peak rating of 8.05, dethroning the previous record held by Meteor Garden to become the highest rated Taiwanese idol drama.

2006

From 2006 to 2007, Joe began to host several Taiwanese variety programs like Treasure Hunter and Stylish Man - The Chef. She also starred in the dramas A Game About Love and Ying Ye 3 Jia 1.

2008

In 2008, Joe starred in Fated to Love You opposite Ethan Juan, which beat Joe's previous drama, The Prince Who Turns into a Frog to become the highest rated Taiwanese idol drama. The drama also received popularity overseas, and was covered by America's Wall Street Journal. Joe was nominated for Best Actress in a TV Series at the 43rd Golden Bell Awards and was named "Queen of Idol Dramas" by Taipei Times.

2009

In 2009, Joe was then cast in her first Chinese drama, The Girl in Blue, adapted from an online novel by Fei Wo Si Cun. The series was broadcast on Hunan TV in 2010.

2010

In 2010, she was cast in her first film, Breaking the Waves, a youth Sports film produced by John Woo for the Asian Games.

2012

Joe returned to idol dramas after 4 years in the romantic comedy drama The Queen of SOP, which was broadcast on Hunan TV in 2012. The Queen of SOP achieved high ratings and positive reviews, further boosting Joe's popularity in China. She also released an OST for the drama titled "Like to be Lonely", which topped the Baidu Chinese Music Charts for two weeks.

2013

In 2013, Chen's popularity rose in China, where she gained a large number of fans for her role as Dongfang Bubai in the Chinese wuxia series Swordsman. Chen also entered the Forbes China Celebrity 100 List for the first time. She established her status as an A-list-er with her roles in popular dramas and movies The Monkey King (2014), Cruel Romance (2015) and Candle in the Tomb (2016). In 2015, she is listed by Forbes as the 61st most influential Celebrity in mainland China.

2014

In 2014, Joe starred in The Monkey King, portraying Princess Iron Fan. The film was a huge commercial success, grossing US$180 million internationally. She also featured in the road-trip comedy film The Continent, directed by Han Han.

2015

In 2015, Joe starred in her first period drama, Cruel Romance alongside Huang Xiaoming. Cruel Romance was extremely popular during its run, and achieved high ratings. and was extremely popular during its run. Joe won the Best Actress in the Modern drama award at the 17th Huading Awards for her performance. Joe then starred in another period drama, Destined to Love You, written by Tong Hua. The same year, Joe returned to theater and reprised her role in The Woman on the Breadfruit Tree. She received acclaim for her performance, and was awarded Best Actress at the 4th Denny Awards. She also made a cameo appearance in the popular youth film, Our Times as the adult version of the female protagonist.

2016

In 2016, Joe paired up with Wang Kai for modern romance drama Stay with Me, which she co-produced. She co-starred with Jin Dong in the web drama Candle in the Tomb, adapted from the novel Ghost Blows Out the Light. Candle in the Tomb was a critical success, and received acclaim for its performance and faithful adaptation.

2018

On January 10, 2018, Chen was arrested for drunk driving.