Liu Tao Net Worth

Liu Tao was born on July 12, 1978 in Xihu District, Nanchang, China, Chinese, is Actress, Singer. Liu Tao is a Chinese actress and singer who is a well-known personality in the Chinese television industry. She made a name for herself on television when she appeared as ‘A Zhu’ on the show ‘Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils’ in 2003. She has worked in numerous television shows and has also appeared in a number of films since 2006. Some of her popular works on television include ‘My Fair Princess III’, ‘Hero During Yongle Period’, ‘How Much Sorrow Do You Have’, ‘Dali Princess’, ‘Ode to Joy’ and ‘Ode to Joy 2’. Liu has also done playback singing in some of the television shows she has appeared in. Some of her notable titles in playback singing are ‘Fall in Love with You’ in ‘Madame White Snake’, ‘Only Need You’ in ‘My Fair Princess III’, ‘Tears of Love’ in ‘Dali Princess’, ‘There Will Be Happiness Waiting For You’ in ‘Ode to Joy’ and ‘The Feeling of Home’ in ‘Ode to Joy 2’.
Liu Tao is a member of Film & Theater Personalities

Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress, Singer
Birth Day July 12, 1978
Birth Place Xihu District, Nanchang, China, Chinese
Birth Sign Leo
Chinese name 刘涛 (simplified)
Pinyin Líu Tāo (Mandarin)
Residence Beijing, China
Other names Tamia Liu
Ethnicity Han
Alma mater Guangdong University of Foreign Studies
Occupation Actress Singer
Years active 2000–present
Label(s) Beijing Junqi Feiyang Media Co
Spouse(s) Li Weimin (m. 2005–2007) (alleged) Wang Ke (m. 2008)
Children Wang Ziyan (王紫嫣) Wang Zijing (王子京)

💰 Net worth: $1 Million

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Liu entered the industry in 2000, when she was cast in the family sitcom Daughter-in-Law.


In 2003, Liu was cast in My Fair Princess III, playing the role of Musha. Following the series, Liu rose to fame in China. Her subsequent performance as A'zhu in Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils (2003) made her a household name.


In 2006, Liu starred in Madame White Snake and gained attention for her portrayal of the titular heroine.


Liu challenged her first antagonist role in Da Li Princess (2009) co-starring Ruby Lin. In 2012, she played Mazu in the television series of the same name. The drama gained high ratings during its run and won at the Outstanding Television Series award at the China TV Golden Eagle Award and Flying Apsaras Awards.


Liu's subsequent performance in To Elderly With Love (2013) garnered her the Best Actress award at the China TV Golden Eagle Award and the Best Performing Arts Award at the China Golden Eagle TV Arts Festival. The same year, she starred in Good Wife as a mother and housewife who struggles with the challenges of family-life. The family drama was a ratings hit and along with the discussion of Liu's own martial arrangements, became one of the most talked-about topics on Weibo. As a result, Liu gained a surge in popularity.


In 2015, she starred in acclaimed wuxia-historical series Nirvana in Fire. A wax figure based on her role "Ni Huang" was displayed in Beijing Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. The same year, she co-starred in The Legend of Mi Yue and won the Best Supporting Actress award at the Shanghai Television Festival.


In 2016, Liu headlined modern romance series, Ode to Joy. The drama garnered positive reviews and high ratings, and Liu was nominated as Best Actress at the Huading Awards and Shanghai Television Festival.


In 2017, Liu starred in historical drama The Advisors Alliance, portraying Zhang Chunhua, the wife of Sima Yi. The same year, she featured in the crime thriller Peace Breaker and action thriller The Foreigner.