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Bai Ling

Born October 10, 1970 in China, Bai Ling was given a name which means “White Spirit”. She joined the People’s Liberation Army when she was still a girl of 14, and served as an entertainer. She quickly found herself running into trouble however for using both alcohol and tobacco. After ending her service, she began working with a theater group in Beijing quickly earning the lead in both the traditional Chinese plays that were performed there as well as western dramas.

In 1988, Bai Ling starred in the film “Hu Guang” and traveled to Russia to take part in the Moscow Film Festival with it. While there, she was warned by her government not to speak about political issues or any controversial topics. She came to New York at the age of 21 and studied at the New York University Department of Film. Bai Ling finally got her first American film role in the movie “The Crow”. She also appeared in “Nixon”.

Controversy seemed destined to follow Bai Ling’s career, her 1997 film “Red Corner” was banned in both her homeland and in Korea for its negative depiction of China’s legal system and its various human rights violations. She received her United States citizenship in 1999.

Her hair is inky black, with an almost hypnotizing sheen to it. She usually keeps it long, about waist length, but has cut it for various roles.





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