Jia Qing is a Chinese actress. Born on November 2, 1986, she made her acting debut in the 2007 television series “Liao Zhai 2.” She has since appeared in a number of films and television dramas, including “The Deer and the Cauldron” (2014), “The Four 2013” (2015), “The Wife’s Lies” (2015), “The Lover’s Lies” (2016), “The Fatal Mission” (2016) and “The Legendary Tycoon” (2017).
First Name: Qing
Family Name: Jia
Native name: 贾青
Also Known as: Ting, 青青 青儿, 贾清
Born: November 2, 1986
Qing Jia, also known as Jia Qing, is a Chinese actress. She was born on June 25, 1979, in Xinjiang, China. Qing Jia is best known for her roles in the Chinese television series “Legend of Lu Zhen” and “The Legend of Mi Yue.” She has received critical acclaim for her performances and is considered one of the most talented actresses in China.
Early Life and Education
Qing Jia was born and raised in Xinjiang, China. She was interested in acting from a young age and started learning dance when she was six years old. After completing high school, Qing Jia moved to Beijing to pursue her acting career. She studied at the Beijing Film Academy and graduated with a degree in acting.
Qing Jia began her acting career in 1998 with a minor role in the Chinese film “Tianxiangxing.” However, it was her role as Xia Xue in the Chinese television series “A Time to Remember” that brought her to the limelight. The series was a huge success and established Qing Jia as a rising star in the Chinese entertainment industry.
Since then, Qing Jia has appeared in many popular Chinese television series, including “Legend of Lu Zhen,” “The Legend of Mi Yue,” “Mao Zedong 1949,” and “The Advisors Alliance.” She has also starred in several Chinese films, including “Red River Valley” and “The Founding of an Army.”
In addition to her acting career, Qing Jia is also a successful producer. She has produced several films and television series, including “Longest Day in Chang’an” and “Beijing Love Story.” Her production company has been involved in many successful projects and has earned her a reputation as a skilled producer.
Awards and Recognitions
Qing Jia has won several awards for her performances, including the Best Actress Award at the 6th China TV Drama Awards for her role in “Mao Zedong 1949” and the Best Supporting Actress Award at the 28th China TV Golden Eagle Awards for her role in “The Legend of Mi Yue.” She has also been nominated for many other awards and is considered one of the most talented actresses in China.
Qing Jia is a private person and does not share much about her personal life. However, it is known that she is married to a businessman and has two children.
Qing Jia is involved in many charitable causes and has been actively supporting them. She has participated in many fundraising events and has donated to various organizations. In 2015, she donated to the China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation to support the fight against poverty in rural areas.
Qing Jia is one of the most talented and versatile actresses in China. She has won several awards for her performances and is admired by audiences for her acting skills. In addition to her acting career, Qing Jia is also a successful producer and has been actively involved in many charitable causes. Her contributions to the entertainment industry and the society are highly appreciated and respected.