Vicky Chen Wen-chi, better known by her stage name Wen Qi, is a Taiwanese actress. The daughter of a Taiwanese businessman, Chen and her parents moved to Suzhou in 2007, where she spent most of her childhood. Wikipedia
Early Life and Education
Qi Wen was born on March 28, 1994 in Chongqing, China. She studied at the Sichuan Film and Television School, majoring in acting. After graduation, she signed with the entertainment company Huace Media.
In 2015, Qi Wen made her acting debut in the TV drama “Noble Aspirations”. She then starred in various TV dramas such as “The Legend of Chusen”, “Candle in the Tomb: The Weasel Grave”, and “Legend of Yun Xi”. She gained recognition for her performance in the drama “My Huckleberry Friends” in 2017.
In 2020, Qi Wen made her big screen debut in the movie “Leap”. She played the role of a member of the Chinese national women’s volleyball team, and underwent intense training to prepare for the role.
Qi Wen is known for being low-key about her personal life, and not much is known about her dating history or relationships. She is active on social media platforms such as Weibo and Instagram, where she shares updates about her work and personal life with her fans.
Qi Wen has been involved in various philanthropic activities, including donating to support medical workers during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. She also participated in a charity auction in 2019, where she donated one of her paintings to raise funds for education in poverty-stricken areas.
Awards and Nominations
- 2018 Golden Bud – The Fourth Network Film And Television Festival: Best New Actress for “My Huckleberry Friends” (won)<br>
- 2019 iQiyi All-Star Carnival: Best Actress in Ancient Costume Drama for “Legend of Yun Xi” (nominated)<br>
- 2020 Tencent Video Star Awards: Best Actress for “My Mowgli Boy” (nominated)