Bai Baihe Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Boyfriend, Family, Images, And More

Bai Baihe Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Boyfriend, Family, Images, And More

Bai Baihe (; pinyin: Bái Bihé, born March 1, 1984) is a Chinese actress. She was one of China's highest-paid film actresses. Her most well-known films include Love is Not Blind, Personal Tailor, Monster Hunt, and Go Away, Mr. Tumor.

Bai was born in the Shandong province of Qingdao. Wendeng Road Elementary School was where she went to school. Bai demonstrated early singing, dancing, and acting abilities. She was accepted into the Beijing Dance Academy at the age of 12. Bai tried out for a role in Zhang Yimou's film Happy Times in 2000. Despite the fact that she was not chosen, Zhang saw potential in her and encouraged her to apply to the Central Academy of Drama, which Bai was admitted to in 2002.


Bai Baihe made her acting debut in the television series Bloom of Youth shortly after graduating from the Central Academy of Drama. (2006). She went on to feature in plays such as Where Is Happiness (2007) and My Youthfulness (2007). (2009).

Bai had his breakthrough in 2011 with the romantic comedy Love Is Not Blind, which also starred Wen Zhang. The low-budget picture was a surprising box office success in China. Bai was named Best Actress at the Hundred Flowers Awards. The following year, she starred in the spy drama Fu Chen and was nominated for Best Actress at the Shanghai Television Festival.

Bai went on to star in Feng Xiaogang's comedy Personal Tailor (2013), which broke box office records on its first day. Bai co-starred in the romantic comedy A Wedding Invitation with Eddie Peng the same year. The film was a box office triumph, and critics lauded Bai for "keeping a character that could easily slip into shrill and childish far from that quagmire." Bai went on to star in the romantic drama film The Stolen Years, for which she gained critical acclaim and was dubbed "mainland Chinese romance-drama royalty."

Bai cemented her position as China's Box Office Queen with Raman Hui's 2015 fantasy-comedy flick Monster Hunt. The film grossed nearly 1.8 billion yuan, making it China's second highest-grossing film. She later appeared in the romantic comedy film Go Away, Mr. Tumor, which was chosen as China's entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards. Bai was named Best Actress at the China Film Director's Guild Awards, Beijing Student Film Festival, and Huabiao Awards for her portrayal of a cartoonist fighting illness with a positive attitude.

After ranking second in 2013, Bai topped the list of "Highest Grossing Actresses in China" in 2015. According to Variety, she is the "pretty girl next door with decent acting chops and good comic timing."

Bai co-starred in the 2016 crime caper film Chongqing Hot Pot with Chen Kun. The film gained strong word-of-mouth and critical acclaim, generating 152 million yuan in four days. She went on to star in the romantic film I Belonged to You, which shattered the box office record for mainland-produced romance films.

Bai appeared in Xu Jinglei's action cop thriller The Missing in 2017. During the same year, she appeared in two television shows: the medical drama Surgeons and the romance series Only Side by Side with You.

Bai returned to the position of Monster Hunt in 2018. The picture set the record for the highest single-market box office day. The same year, she starred in Stanley Kwan's women-focused film First Night Nerves.

Bai appeared in the drama film A City Called Macau, directed by Li Shaohong and based on Geling Yan's novel of the same name. Bai's performance earned her a nomination for Best Actress at the Golden Rooster Awards. She appeared in the drama picture Begin, Again the same year.

She will co-star with Wu Xiubo in the romance comedy film A Boyfriend for My Girlfriend.

Private life

On December 26, 2006, Bai Baihe married actor/singer Chen Yufan. In 2004, they met while starring in the Chinese romantic comedy television series Bloom of Youth. Chen Shengtong, their son, was born on January 19, 2008.

Bai Baihe stated on April 16, 2017, that they divorced at the end of 2015.



YearEnglish titleChinese titleRole
2011The Law of Attraction万有引力Shi Xiaolin
Love is Not Blind失恋33天Huang Xiaoxian
2012First Time第一次Wei Jiajia
2013A Wedding Invitation分手合约Qiao Qiao
The Stolen Years被偷走的那五年He Man
Personal Tailor私人订制Xiao Biao
2014The Truth About Beauty整容日记Guo Jing
2015Monster Hunt捉妖记Huo Xiaolan
Go Away Mr. Tumor滚蛋吧!肿瘤君Xiong Dun
Cities in Love恋爱中的城市Yan Ran
Les Aventures d'Anthony陪安东尼度过漫长岁月Xiao Ying
2016Chongqing Hot Pot火锅英雄Yu Xiaohui
I Belonged to You从你的全世界路过Li Zhi
2017The Missing绑架者Lin Wei
2018Monster Hunt 2捉妖记2Huo Xiaolan
First Night Nerves八个女人一台戏Fu Sha
2019A City Called Macau媽閣是座城Mei Xiao'ou
Begin, Again亲爱的新年好Shu Jin
2021The Door Lock门锁Fang Hui
Justices Seeker检察风云Tong Yuchen
TBAA Boyfriend for My Girlfriend情圣2Tian Xin

Television series

YearEnglish titleChinese titleRole
2006Bloom of Youth與青春有關的日子Qiao Qiao
2007Where is Happiness幸福在哪里Gan Lu
2009My Youthfulness我的青春谁做主Lei Lei
2010The Lying Lover说谎的爱人Dong Nan
2011Family, Power N家的N次方Zhao Wen
2012Fu Chen浮沉Qiao Li
Rules Before a Divorce离婚前规则Jiang Xinyao
2013Little Big Soldier大兵小将Sha Man
Love is Not Blind失恋33天
Jinan City is our Hometown我们这拨人Qiao Qiao
2015Grow Up长大Ye Chunmeng
2017Surgeons外科风云Lu Chenxi
2018Only Side by Side with You南方有乔木Nan Qiao
2020New Face焕脸
Hear Her听见她说Jingfen
2022Modern Marriage我们的婚姻Chin Suisei
My Superhero欢迎光临Zheng Youen


YearEnglish titleChinese titleAlbumNotes
2006"The Past Can Only Be Reminisced"往事只能回味Bloom of Youth OST
"Straw Hat Song"草帽歌
2009"I Am Not An Easy Girl"我不是随便的花朵My Youthfulness OST
2010"Brushing Past Each Other"擦肩而过The Lying Lover OST
2012"Really Love You"真的爱你First Time OST
"Fu Chen"浮沉Fu Chen OST
"An Ordinary Love"平凡相恋with Chen Yufan
2013"Didn't We Agree To It"我们不是说好了吗A Wedding Invitation OSTwith Eddie Peng
2015"A Young Girl's Planting Flower Diary"中二少女养花记Go Away Mr. Tumor OST
"Where Will You Be Tomorrow"明天你会在哪里Monster Hunt OSTwith Jing Boran

Awards and nomination

YearAwardCategoryNominated workResult
201219th Beijing Student Film FestivalBest ActressLove is Not BlindNominated
3rd China Film Director's Guild AwardsBest ActressNominated
12th Chinese Film Media AwardsMost Anticipated ActressNominated
31st Hundred Flowers AwardBest ActressWon
49th Golden Horse Film Festival and AwardsBest Leading ActressNominated
7th Chinese Young Generation Film Forum AwardsBest New ActressWon
8th Huading AwardsBest Actress (Contemporary Drama)Fu ChenNominated
201319th Shanghai Television FestivalBest ActressNominated
16th Shanghai International Film FestivalBest ActressThe Stolen YearsNominated
5th China Image Film FestivalBest ActressLove is Not BlindNominated
15th Huabiao AwardsOutstanding ActressNominated
201412th Huading AwardsBest ActressPersonal TailorNominated
201512th Guangzhou Student Film FestivalMost Popular ActressMonster HuntWon
201628th Hong Kong Society of Cinematographers AwardsMost Charismatic ActressWon
19th Huading AwardsBest ActressGrow UpNominated
16th Chinese Film Media AwardsBest ActressGo Away Mr. TumorNominated
7th China Film Director's Guild AwardsBest ActressWon
6th Beijing International Film FestivalBest ActressNominated
23rd Beijing Student Film FestivalBest ActressWon
16th Huabiao AwardsOutstanding ActressWon
20th Huading AwardsBest ActressNominated
3rd Silk Road International Film FestivalOutstanding Contribution AwardWon
33rd Hundred Flowers AwardBest ActressMonster HuntNominated
13th Changchun Film FestivalBest ActressWon
8th International Chinese Film FestivalBest ActressChongqing Hot PotWon
201731st Golden Rooster AwardsBest ActressMonster HuntNominated
201932nd Golden Rooster AwardsA City Called MacauNominated

Bai Baihe Age, Net Worth, Height, Wiki, Family

Net Worth$5 million
SalaryUnder Review
Source of IncomeTV Actress
HousePrivate House
Real NameBai Baihe
Date of BirthMarch 1, 1984
Age39 years
Place of BirthChina
BirthdayMarch 1, 1984
ProfessionTV Actress
Zodiac SignPisces

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