Jing Tian
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Jing Tian
Jing Tian
Born (1988-07-21) 21 July 1988 (age 31)
Xi'an, Shaanxi, China
Alma materBeijing Film Academy
OccupationActress
Years active2008–present
AgentBeijing Starlit Movie & TV Culture
Zhang Jike[1] (2018-2019)

Jing Tian (Chinese: , born 21 July 1988) is a Chinese actress. She graduated from the Beijing Dance Academy and Beijing Film Academy. She is known for her roles in war epic The Warring States (2011) and the action films Special ID and Police Story 2013 (both in 2013). She has had prominent roles in three Legendary Pictures films, The Great Wall (2016), Kong: Skull Island (2017), and Pacific Rim: Uprising (2018). She is also known for her roles in the historical dramas Legend of Ban Shu (2015), The Glory of Tang Dynasty (2017) and road-trip suspense drama Love Journey (2018).

Career

Jing made her acting debut in the 2008 film Anaconda Frightened.[2] Her first television series was the period drama The Epic of a Woman.[3] In 2009, she was cast as the lead role in the historical drama Biography of Sun Tsu, which aired in 2013.[4]

In 2010, Jing gained attention for her performance in the romance comedy drama My Belle Boss.[5] She rose to fame for her role in the historical war film The Warring States in 2011.[6] A few leading roles in high-profile films followed; such as action films Special ID and Police Story 2013 (both in 2013) and gambling film From Vegas to Macau (2014).[7][8]

In 2015, Jing starred in the historical romance drama Legend of Ban Shu, playing the title role alongside Zhang Zhehan.[9] The same year, she played the eponymous role in the historical fiction drama The Legend of Xiao Zhuang.[10]

In 2016, Jing starred as the female lead in Zhang Yimou's war epic film The Great Wall.[11] Due to the recognition, Jing was cast in the Hollywood films Kong: Skull Island (2017) and Pacific Rim: Uprising (2018).[12][13]

In 2017, Jing starred in the historical fiction drama The Glory of Tang Dynasty alongside Ren Jialun, playing the role of Shen Zhenzhu.[14] The drama was a hit and Jing gained positive reviews for her acting.[15][16]

In 2018, Jing starred alongside Chen Bolin in the fantasy drama The King of Blaze, based on the manga series of the same name.[17]

In 2019, Jing starred in the road-trip romance drama Love Journey alongside Chen Xiao.[18] The same year she was cast as the title role in the fantasy suspense drama Si Teng.[19]

Filmography

Film

Year English title Chinese title Role Notes
2008 Anaconda Frightened ? Tian Juan [2]
2010 My Belle Boss Emma [20]
2011 The Warring States Tian Xi [21]
2012 Ultra Reinforcement Princess Ling Zhi [22]
Shadows of Love ? Xu Yuan [23]
Tears in Heaven Dong Xiaolin [24]
2013 Better and Better ? Lian Sheng [25]
Special ID ? Wan Jing [26]
Police Story 2013 ?2013 Miao Miao [27]
2014 From Vegas to Macau ? Luo Xin [28]
Dragon Nest: Warriors' Dawn :? Argenta Voice-dubbed[29]
2016 The Great Wall Lin Mae
2017 Kong: Skull Island : San Lin
Fist & Faith ? Liu Mu [30][31]
2018 Pacific Rim: Uprising ?:? Liwen Shao [13]

Television series

Year English title Chinese title Role Notes
2009 The Epic of a Woman ? Ouyang Xue [3]
2013 Biography of Sun Tsu ? Yi Luo [4]
2015 Legend of Ban Shu ? Ban Shu [9]
The Legend of Xiao Zhuang Da Yu'er [10]
2017 The Glory of Tang Dynasty ? Shen Zhenzhu
2018 The King of Blaze Ch?ien Mei [17][32]
2019 Love Journey Li Xinyue [18]
TBA The Geek is on the Run ? San [33]
Si Teng Si Teng

Television show

Year English title Chinese title Role Notes
2017 I Want to Meet You Cast member [34]

Music video

Year Song title Singer Notes
2011 "Believe in Yourself" (?) Jackie Chan

Discography

Albums

Year English title Chinese title Notes
2007 Who Are You [35]

Singles

Year English title Chinese title Album Notes
2007 "Still Love You N/A Theme song of QQ[36]
2009 "Women like a Poem" ? The Epic of a Woman OST [37]
2010 "Just Be Fine" ? My Belle Boss OST with Jiro Wang[38]
2011 "Wind" ? The Warring States OST [39]
2012 "Believe in Love N/A Theme song for Believe in Love Charity Concert[40]
2014 "Beloved" Legend of Ban Shu OST [41]

Awards and nominations

Jing Tian is the only Hollywood International Award winner in Hollywood Film Awards history. According to the press release, she won the inaugural award because her "performances have ignited the box office in her native land", and the award "was established to recognise cinematic talent from around the world and will be given every year",[42] but the award was discontinued the following year.[43]

Jing Tian has also been nominated for "Most Disappointing Actress" at the Golden Broom Awards (China's equivalent of Golden Raspberry Awards) three times, winning twice.[44]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2007 CCTV Mainland Music Top Ten Newcomers Selection Qiaoyu Antusheng Top 30 [45]
1st CCTV Arts Ranking Female Singer Award (Bronze) N/A Won [46]
Music Video Award (Gold) "Who Are You" Won
Music Popularity Award (Silver) Won
3rd Sanya Television Advertisement Arts Festival Best Spokesperson N/A Won [47]
2011 10? Most Anticipated Award N/A Won [48]
China Charities Aid Foundation for Children Influencer Award N/A Won [49]
2012 9th Esquire Man At His Best Awards Most Promising Actress N/A Won [50]
2013 Chinese Campus Art Glory Festival Most Popular Actress N/A Won [51]
4th Golden Broom Awards Most Disappointing Actress Shadow of Love, Tears in Heaven Nominated [52]
2014 5th Golden Broom Awards Special ID, Police Story 2013 Won [53]
18th Hollywood Film Awards Hollywood International Award N/A Won
2015 Weibo Charity Third Anniversary Outstanding Contribution Award N/A Won
2017 8th Golden Broom Awards Most Disappointing Actress The Great Wall Won [54]
China Screen Ranking Trend of the Year N/A Won [55]
L'Officiel Fashion Night Influence Award Hot Era Reader N/A Won [56]
24th Cosmo Beauty Ceremony Beautiful Idol of the Year N/A Won [57]
9th China TV Drama Awards Popular Young Actress N/A Won [58]
2018 Weibo Award Ceremony Popular Artist N/A Won [59]
25th Cosmo Beauty Ceremony Shining Beautiful Idol N/A Won [60]

Forbes China Celebrity 100

Year Rank Ref.
2017 35th [61]
2019 70th [62]

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  53. ^ ?"?"? [Du Haitao and Jing Tian crowned King and Queen at the Golden Broom Awards]. Sina Corp (in Chinese). 18 March 2014.
  54. ^ ?. [Worst Actors: Kris Wu and Jing Tian Win China's Golden Broom Awards]. Sin Chew Daily (in Chinese). 23 March 2017.
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