Yang Zi Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Boyfriend, Family, Images, And More

Yang Zi Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Boyfriend, Family, Images, And More

Yang Zi (Chinese: ; pinyin: Yáng Z, born November 6, 1992) is a Chinese actress and singer better known as Andy Yang. In 2014, she graduated from the Performance Institute of the Beijing Film Academy (BFA). Yang was named one of the Four Dan Actresses of the Post-90s Generation (90) by Southern Metropolis Daily in 2016.

Yang has appeared in films such as Home with Kids (2005), Battle of Changsha (2014), Ode to Joy (2016), Noble Aspirations (2016), Ashes of Love (2018), Go Go Squid! (2019), The Oath of Love (2022), and Immortal Samsara (2022). Yang was ranked 73rd on Forbes China Celebrity 100 in 2017, 24th in 2019, 13th in 2020, and eighth in 2021.

Childhood and education

Yang Niao (Chinese: ; pinyin: Yáng Nào) was born on November 6, 1992 in Fangshan District, Beijing, China. Yang Yunfei, her father, was a firefighter who worked in emergency rescue and disaster relief, and Ma Haiyan, her mother, was a housewife. Her father named her Yang Niao to wish China a successful Olympic bid. Because of her passion for acting, her parents accompanied her to various auditions from a young age. At the age of six, she made her film debut in Ru Chi Chu Shan.

Yang attended Fangshan District Xingcheng Primary School and Beijing No. 55 High School in Beijing. She was accepted to the Beijing Film Academy in 2010. On May 22, 2014, she graduated from Beijing Film Academy with a major in performance.

Career s1999–2006: Beginnings and ascension to prominence

Yang made her acting debut in 1999 as Zhou Qiong in Ru Ci Chu Shan. Yang appeared in Xiaozhuang Epic in 2002 as little Consort Donggo. Yang made her feature film debut in the youth romance film Girl's Diary in May 2004, playing Ran Dongyang, an elementary school student. She was nominated for Best Child Actor at the Tongniu Film Awards for her performance in the film.

Yang rose to fame in 2005 as Xia Xue in the popular Mainland Chinese sitcom Home with Kids. When it first aired in China, the series received the Outstanding Television Series (for Children) award at the Flying Apsaras Awards and the Golden Eagle Awards. Yang has since become a household name in China. In March, she starred as the young Bing Yue in the historical costume drama Young Kangxi. She returned to the role of Xia Xue in the sequel Home with Kids 2 in 2006, but not in the subsequent installments.

2008-2013: Transition to adolescent roles

Yang released her first solo album, Home with Snow, in June 2008, named after her character's name in Home with Kids. Yang voiced Ma Xiaotiao in the 2009 comedy animation series Mo's Mischief: Teacher's Pet, which was based on Yang Hongying's children's book series of the same name. Yang made her acting debut in the youth drama Girl Rushes Forward the same year.

Yang appeared in the friendship drama Boy's Diary in 2010. She was then accepted into the Beijing Film Academy's Performance Institute. In February 2011, she starred in the family drama Love Comes Knocking on the Door, based on Geling Yan's novel Stepmother. Her role as a rebellious adolescent enabled her to successfully shed the label of "child star."

Yang appeared as a kindhearted nurse in the medical drama Angel Heart in May 2012. She won the Best Newcomer Award at the 14th Golden Phoenix Awards in August for her role in the horror mystery thriller film Insisrence. She also performed the film's official soundtrack, "The Quiet Rubble." Yang starred in the period comedy drama King Rouge in February 2013. She appeared in the family drama Dad Comes Home in April. In August, she starred in Flowers in Fog, a romance drama written by acclaimed Taiwanese writer Chiung Yao.

From 2014 to 2017, there was an increase in popularity and a breakthrough.

Yang starred in her first war drama, Battle of Changsha, directed by Magnolia Award-winner Jia Zhangke. Sheng Kong. During World War II, the series was set against the backdrop of the Battle of Changsha in 1939. Yang portrayed Hu Xiangxiang, a field hospital nurse with varying temperaments ranging from her bright and lively childhood to the aftermath of being a wife and mother. After airing on CCTV-8 beginning in mid-July 2014, the series was a critical success and was voted Best Drama of 2014 by major streaming website Douban. Yang was a regular cast member on the second season of the youth inspirational reality show We Are Young in May.

Yang became a regular cast member of Dragon TV's hit travel reality show Sisters Over Flowers in April 2015. She appeared in the youth romance film Where Are All The Time in August. Yang starred in the period drama Yangko Dance in October, which is based on the Haiyang Yangge folk dance and follows a man caught up in the complexities of family, love, and revenge. The series became the Provincial Television Prime Ratings Champion in Jiangsu Television and Tianjin TV within 21 days of its broadcast, maintaining top 5 positions until the end of its broadcast, and has received a total of 10 billion online views. Yang's portrayal of the sweet and patriotic young lady was well received. She co-starred in the horror mystery web series The Ferryman the same month.

Yang starred in the April 2016 metropolitan romance drama Ode to Joy, which tells the stories of five young women from diverse social and educational backgrounds who share a common goal. The series was a critical and commercial success, and Yang became well-known for her portrayal of Qiu Yingying, a simple-minded girl from a small town. Yang's performance earned her nominations for Best Actress at the China TV Golden Eagle Awards and Best Supporting Actress at the 23rd Shanghai Television Festival. She appeared as a wedding planner in the June film Perfect Wedding, an urban romance drama. In July, she starred as Lu Xueqi, one of two female protagonists in Noble Aspirations, a television series based on the Xianxia novel Zhu Xian. The drama was a commercial success, with 23 billion views online, the most ever for a Chinese drama at the time. Yang gained popularity as a result, and she was nominated for Best Actress in Ancient Drama at the 22nd Huading Awards for her performance. In August, she co-starred in Crying Out in Love, a film based on Japanese novelist Kyoichi Katayama's romance novel Socrates in Love. In December, she appeared as Lu Xueqi in the second season of Noble Aspirations.

She appeared in the historical romance comedy drama Legend of Dragon Pearl in May 2017. Yang reprised her role as Qiu Yingying in the sequel to Ode to Joy.

2018-2020: Widespread acceptance

She appeared as a guest star in the urban drama Women in Beijing in April 2018. She then appeared as a regular cast member in the second season of the Chinese youth variety show Give Me Five. She starred in The Destiny of White Snake, a fantasy romance drama based on the well-known Chinese folktale, in July. Yang's portrayal of the innocent and naive snake spirit, as well as her voice-dub, received positive feedback. Yang appeared as an innocent and lively fairy maiden in the fantasy romance drama Ashes of Love in August. The show was a commercial success, topping both television and web ratings, and it received favorable reviews. Yang received critical acclaim for her performance and reached a new peak in popularity. She appeared in Sina Entertainment's year-end special project short film "The Most Beautiful Performance" on November 26.

Yang unveiled her wax figure at Madame Tussauds Beijing in an unveiling ceremony on May 28, 2019. She was cast as a talented computer major who is also a popular online singer in the e-sport romantic comedy drama Go Go Squid! in July. The drama topped television ratings and was streamed more than 9.6 billion times in its time slot, and it was praised for sending positive and uplifting messages about pursuing dreams and patriotism. Yang's popularity was reaffirmed by the success of Go Go Squid. Her performance earned her the Best Actress award in the modern drama category at the 26th Huading Awards. She also performed the drama's ending theme song, "Milk Bread," which peaked at number two on the Billboard China Social Chart. She then appeared as a regular cast member on the third season of the cooking reality show Chinese Restaurant 3. Yang appeared as the wife of a firefighter in the August disaster film The Bravest, which grossed 1.679 billion yuan at the box office and earned Yang the Most Popular Supporting Actress award at the 16th Guangzhou Student Film Festival. For her performance, she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the 35th Hundred Flowers Awards and the 11th Macau International Film Festival. In the same month, she starred as a forensics scientist in the crime thriller film Bodies at Rest. She then appeared in the romantic environmental drama In My Mowgli Boy, she portrayed a marketing executive.

She appeared in the segment "Last Lesson" directed by Xu Zheng as part of the nationalistic film My People, My Homeland in October 2020, and sang the film's promotional OST "My Homeland." She starred in Hear Her, China's first monologue series about women's rights, in November. Hear Her is modeled after the BBC Studio's short-film series Snatches: Moments from Women's Lives, which was produced and directed by well-known Chinese actress Zhao Wei. "Wish for Love" is the title of her themed episode. Yang appeared as the "Guardian of National Treasure" in an episode of the third season of CCTV-1's large-scale cultural exploration show National Treasure on December 20.


Yang appeared as a guest star in Dt.Time, Appledog's the sequel to her hit drama Go Go Squid!, in February 2021. She appeared in the iQIYI detective reality show The Detectives' Adventures in May. Yang, along with several other artists, took part in the "Great Journey," a large-scale epic theatrical performance to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Communist Party, on July 1. Yang was named one of six recommendation officers for the City Personification IP series, representing Beijing, in September. Bigeye Comics and Weibo Animation collaborated to release Yang and Yan Bo comic strips titled Yang Zi X Yan Bo "Hutong Projector." Yang Zi announced on social media on November 15, 2021, that her six-year contract with H&R Century Pictures would not be renewed, and on November 16, she established her personal studio. In November, she starred as the titular psychologist He Dun in the urban drama Psychologist, a television series adaptation of Bi Shumin's 2007 novel "Female Psychologist," directed by Malaysian Sam Quah.

Yang appeared as a guest host on an episode of People's Daily's "Dream Radio" Season 4: "Chinese Youth" on January 4, 2022, to promote the Beijing Winter Olympics alongside Olympic gold medalist athlete Li Jianrou. She joined Tencent's "Olympic Report Star Radio" for the 2022 Winter Olympics and Winter Paralympics on February 15th. She appeared as a cellist in the romance drama The Oath of Love in March. The series was a commercial success, with over 3.8 billion streams during its broadcast and a "Tencent Business Breakthrough Award," one of the highest platform-level awards. She appeared as a lotus fairy in the xianxia drama Immortal Samsara in July. The series was a commercial success, topping various web drama ratings, and was praised both domestically and internationally for its rich depiction of the Xianxia world and traditional Chinese culture.

Her upcoming projects include the crime thriller Drug Hunting, in which she plays an anti-drug cop, and the historical fantasy drama Lost You Forever.

Other pursuits


Yang has become one of China's most sought-after brand ambassadors as a result of her widespread popularity. She promotes a wide range of products, including food and beverages, daily necessities and hygiene, mobile applications and games, and so on. She also supports a number of international brands, including Chopard. Yang was named the promotional ambassador for the Beijing Television Spring Festival Gala 2020 in December 2019.

She was named as a VIP spokesperson for Tencent Video on February 6, 2021. She was named China CITIC Bank's credit card spokesperson on December 8, 2021. Yang was named Chery Automobile's global brand spokesperson on August 26, 2022.

Performances on the stage

Yang made her first appearance on stage at the CCTV Spring Festival Gala on January 27, 2017, performing the opening song "Beautiful Youths of China" with her sisters from Ode to Joy and TFBoys. Yang was a special guest at Vision Wei's 10th Anniversary Concert in Beijing on September 16, performing "Looking for Someone" and "Our Little World" with the singer. Yang performed a comedy skit called "At Your Service" with Lin Yongjian, Li Mingqi, and Dai Chunrong at the CCTV Spring Festival Gala on February 15, 2018. Yang performed a song titled "Unsullied," which is the opening theme song of her drama Ashes of Love, at the Hunan TV New Year Eve Concert on December 31.

Yang appeared in a comedy skit titled "Platform" at the CCTV Spring Festival Gala on February 4, 2019, alongside Shang Daqing, Li Wenqi, Huang Xiaojun, and Tong Dawei. Yang performed the song "Childhood" with three other artists on the Beijing Television Spring Festival Gala on February 5. On December 31, she performed the song "Possible Night" at the Hunan TV New Year Eve Concert. Yang performed "Meeting in 20 Years Again" at the CCTV Spring Festival Gala on January 24, 2020, alongside Angela Zhang, Xu Ziwei, and Roy Wang.

Yang and her Home with Kids co-stars performed a song titled "Beijing, My Love" at the Beijing Television Spring Festival Gala 2020 on January 25, 2020. She performed the song "Upward Light" at the 2020 CCTV National Day Gala on September 30. Yang delivered the opening speech at the Beijing Film Academy's 70th Anniversary Celebration on October 17th. On December 31, she performed "Unsullied," "One Person Likes One Person," "Milk Bread," and "Us," the OSTs of her dramas Ashes of Love, The Oath of Love, Go Go Squid!, and Ode to Joy, respectively, at the Dragon TV New Year Eve Concert.

She performed the song "Landscape Painting" on CCTV's "Fight for Youth - 2021 May 4th Youth Day Special Program" on May 4, 2021. Yang performed the song "The Guardian of Princess Wendy" at the Hunan TV New Year Eve Concert on December 31, 2021. She took part in Henan TV's "Long Live Youth" - 2022 May 4th Youth Day Special Program on May 3rd, 2022.

Influence of public image

Yang was named one of the Four Dan Actresses of the Post-90s Generation in September 2016 by Southern Metropolis Daily, alongside Zhou Dongyu, Guan Xiaotong, and Zheng Shuang, in a survey of 173 million netizens and 110 professional media and industry insiders. In 2017, Yang was ranked 73rd on the Forbes China Celebrity 100 list. Yang was named to Forbes China's 30 Under 30 Asia 2017 list, which included 30 influential people under the age of 30 who have made a significant impact in their fields. After Go Go Squid! became a massive hit in July 2019, iQiyi awarded Yang a KPI pennant. Yang was named the iQiyi Scream Goddess at the 8th iQiyi All-Star Carnival on December 6. In 2019, she was ranked 24th on Forbes China Celebrity 100 and 13th in 2020.

Yang was named the 2019 Entertainment Person of the Year by The Beijing News on January 3, 2020. For the first time, she was named Weibo Queen at the Weibo Awards Ceremony on January 11. Powerstar China named her the Most Influential Actress of 2019 on May 7. Yang was named to Forbes Asia's 100 Digital Stars list, which includes 100 artists from across the Asia-Pacific region who have managed to stay active, raise awareness, and inspire hope despite the cancellation of physical events during the COVID-19 pandemic. Yang was named the Most Commercially Valuable Star of 2020 by Weibo Entertainment. She was ranked eighth on Forbes China Celebrity 100 in 2021. Yang received the title of Weibo Queen for the second time at the Weibo Awards Ceremony.

Yang has over 60 million followers on the Chinese microblogging platform Weibo as of September 2022. Her Douyin topic has received over 90 billion views, making her the first and only post-90s actress to do so.

Ambassadorships and community service


We should do everything we can to protect nature and wildlife so that children can discover and enjoy nature's wild beauty. This is the most valuable gift we can give them.

—From Yang to WildAid

Since 2019, Yang has served as a WildAid Ambassador in China. Yang served as the Green Lifestyle Public Welfare Promotion Ambassador on December 20, 2019, in a charity project co-created by China Youth Daily, China Youth Online, and WildAid. Yang was named WildAid's Promotional Charity Ambassador in November 2020, advocating for wildlife conservation. WildAid and the China Wildlife Conservation Association co-launched a new PSA and billboard in China on April 30, 2021, titled "Bring Home Memories, Not Regrets." The new campaign, led by Yang, urges families not to buy ivory and other wildlife products as souvenirs ahead of May Day, China's busiest vacation and travel period.

She also lends her voice to WildAid's elephant program by starring in the "Be Their Role Model" campaign, which encourages parents to set a good example for their children by not consuming ivory and other wildlife products. WildAid, China Environmental News, and the China Wildlife Conservation Association launched a new billboard campaign series featuring Yang and three other WildAid ambassadors as the Convention on Biological Diversity Conference of Parties (CoP15) began on October 11 in Kunming, China. She led the COP15 Conservation Biodiversity Campaign, educating the public about the serious consequences of biodiversity loss and urging the public to take action to protect biodiversity by opposing illegal wildlife trade.


She served as the Love Ambassador for the "Girl's Heart" charity event in March 2011, which aims to care for the growth of adolescent girls in millions of Chinese families. She then took part in the charity project "We Share a Blue Sky." She served as Image Ambassador for the 8th Beijing Youth Charity Film Festival on April 22, 2012. Yang served as the Image Ambassador of the Chinese Campus Health Action Student Vision Health Guidance Program in July 2013, encouraging students to engage in eye exercises.

She was named the Smart Action Ambassador for the China Children and Teenagers Fund in April 2017. She then served as the Public Welfare Envoy for a project co-sponsored by the China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation and the China Environmental Protection Foundation called "Towards Ecological Civilization, Salute to Environmental Protection Pioneers." Yang attended the BAZAAR Stars Charity Night on September 9, 2017, to raise funds for Bazaar's "Accelerating for Love" ambulance project.

Yang was a Charity Ambassador for the China Women's Development Foundation's "Mother's Postal Package" project in January 2018, which helped mothers and families in impoverished areas. In the same month, she took part in "Our New Era," a public music service advertisement produced by the National Radio and Television Administration to promote youths and Chinese films, and recorded a song titled "Thumbs Up For The New Era," as well as taking part in its MV filming with 20 other artists. On August 6, she took part in the "For Hope+1" project, which was organized by the China Women's Development Foundation to help children with sJIA. She then became involved in the "My Hometown and Me" campaign, which was launched jointly by the Central Committee of the Communist Youth League of China and Weibo to combat poverty.

Yang was named the National Mental Health Advocate in October 2018. She took part in the "Watch Hunger Stop" charity project on Instagram. She joined the People's Daily in November to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the reform and opening up of the "China has me" activity. Then, on November 16, she took part in a celebration of reform and opening up co-produced by the Beijing Committee of the Communist Youth League of China and China Youth Daily, recording the song "The Future Me" and filming its music video.

Yang participated in the "China Science Popularization Month" event in March 2019 and served as the China Popular Science Month Health Ambassador. On September 5, she became the Ambassador of Love for the Public Welfare Fund's "Philharmonic Listening Program." She then took part in the "Beautiful China" education support project, which emphasized rural education. Yang was named the National Fire Prevention Public Welfare Messenger by China Fire and Rescue on November 1. On November 17, 2019, she performed a song titled "Mercury" at BAZAAR Stars' Charity Night to benefit an aesthetic education charity project.

Yang was named Guardian Ambassador by the National Anti-fraud Center in January 2020. Yang attended the "China Science Popularization Month" event on March 9 and was named the China Popular Science Month Anti-epidemic Science Ambassador. She took part in World Health Organization anti-epidemic welfare activities in April. She was invited to work as an Advocate for the China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation on October 17, the 7th National Poverty Alleviation Day, to help alleviate poverty. On August 28, the Supreme People's Court and the People's Court released a mini-video about the popularity of the Civil Code's Public Welfare Act and invited Yang to appear in the video to explain the rules as China's first "Civil Code Ambassador."

Yang, along with more than 40 celebrity volunteers, joined forces with the Han Hong Love Charity Foundation in January 2021 to support the advocacy and practice of public welfare everywhere. She was invited to participate in a video series event as an Observer of Law for the Supreme People's Court in February. On March 11, she was named the 11th National Youth Green Plant Adoption's first "Campus Charity Ambassador." Yang was named the Cybersecurity Education Promoter for the 6th National Security Education Day on April 12.

Then, in China, American cosmetics brand Origins and their brand spokesperson Yang launched Earth Month environmental protection welfare activities. Yang and Psychologist collaborated with UNAID on an AIDS Awareness campaign for World AIDS Day 2021 on December 1. Yang joined the China Social Welfare Foundation as a public welfare ambassador for the "Warm Heart Plan - Love for Farmers" project on January 4, 2022.


Yang, then 15, volunteered to help children affected by the 2008 Sichuan earthquake with her father in 2008. In July 2009, she took part in a child star charity project and donated a portion of the project's funds to the China Youth Care Foundation and the Western China Eagle Education Network to help young students.

Her costume, a pink gauze skirt from Ashes of Love, was sold for $12,000 and the proceeds went to the Amity Foundation's "National Culture Companion Child Growth" project. Yang donated $500,000 in February 2020 to help people affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Yang donated 1.3 million in July 2021 to help alleviate the effects of the 2021 Henan floods.

Following the outbreak of COVID-19 in Shanghai, China, on February 28, 2022, a grant assistance program funded by Yang and three other actors began in April. Yang, along with Huang Xuan, Wan Qian, and Wen Qi, donated more than 16 tons of food and other daily necessities to help people affected by the outbreak. In September, she donated $1 million to help with the relief efforts following the 2022 Luding earthquake. Yang Zi Studio has become a donation partner of the China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation, according to their 2021 Rural Development Annual Report on their official website.



YearEnglish titleChinese titleRole
2003The Law of Romance警察有约
2004Girl's Diary女生日记Ran Dongyang
Lao Fei老费Xiao Lan
An Old Record一张老唱片Ding Yun
Dad Wants to Divorce爸爸要离婚Ji Ji
The Quiet Lady少女穆然He Lan
2007The Last Fragrance最后的芬芳Duo Lun
2008I Am a Fan我是粉丝Qiao Xiaoqiao
2009Mo's Mischief: Teacher's Pet淘气包马小跳Ma Xiaotiao
Ma-Mha寻找狗托邦Nan Qian
2010Boy and Girl男生女生Ran Dongyang
Money Makes Trouble小题大做Shi Xiaotao
Third Class Fifth Class三班五班Ran Dongyang
Death and Glory in Changde喋血孤城Tao Er
2012Mother's Call妈妈的呼唤Qiao Ni
Insisrence守株人Jia Jia
2014King Tea Storm斗茶Xie Xiaoxiang
2015Where Are All The Time时间都去哪了Lin Yutong
2016Papa洛杉矶捣蛋计划Wang Nina
Crying Out in Love在世界中心呼唤爱Xia Ye
2018A Paper Marriage一纸婚约Ling Ling
2019The Bravest烈火英雄Wang Lu
Bodies at Rest沉默的证人Qiao Lin
2020My People, My Homeland我和我的家乡Jiang Ziya
Soul Snatcher赤狐书生Ying Wuxie
TBADrug Hunting猎毒Luo Jia
Hot and Hot热辣滚烫TBA

Television series

YearEnglish titleChinese titleNetworkRole
2001Da Zhai Men大宅门CCTV-1girl selling apple
2002The Party Member Ma Dajie党员马大姐iQIYIXiao Qiang
Ru Ci Chu Shan如次出山
Zhou Qiong
Xiaozhuang Epic孝庄秘史CCTV-1Consort Donggo (young)
2004Crime Scene案发现场Sun Hongyue
Jia Ting Dang An家庭档案
Ji Ji
Yong Gan Mian Dui勇敢面对Guangdong TelevisionLingzi
2005Home with Kids家有儿女Beijing TVTencentXia Xue
Girl's Diary女生日记Hunan TVRan Dongyang
Young Kangxi少年康熙Dragon TelevisionJilin Television
Southeast Television iQIYI
Bing Yue
Fate缘分Beijing TVWei Sichen
2006Home with Kids 2家有儿女2Beijing TVTencentXia Xue
No Limit无限生机Mango TViQIYIYoukuMing Na
Not Easy to Grow Up长大不容易
Shu Xin
2007Warmth温暖CCTV-1Zhao Xuan
2008Being Alive is Good活着真好
Chen Huan
Bei La
2009Girl Rushes Forward女孩冲冲冲Harbin TVSun Quan
Don't Want to Grow Up不想长大Guangdong TVYoukuTeacher Jing
Stage of Youth青春舞台CCTV-2Secretary Liu
Coming Home回家
Zhou Youyou
Chun Zhen Sui Yue纯真岁月Jiangsu TelevisionMai Sidan
2010Boy's Diary男生日记PPTVRan Dongyang
Wu Cheng'en and Journey to the West吴承恩与西游记Shandong TelevisionYe Yun (young)
2011Love Comes Knocking on the Door幸福来敲门CCTV-1Song Zheng
2012Angel Heart心术Anhui TVTianjin TV
Dragon TelevisionZhejiang TV
Zhang Xiaolei
2013King Rouge胭脂霸王Hunan TVLei Er
Dad Comes Home老爸回家Jiangxi TelevisionLin Ranran
Flowers in Fog花非花雾非雾Hunan TVBai Menghua
2014Battle of Changsha战长沙CCTV-8Hu Xiangxiang
2015Say No For Youth天生要完美An Xiaohui
Yangko Dance大秧歌Jiangsu TVTianjin TVWu Ruoyun
The Ferryman灵魂摆渡iQIYISu Wenxiu
2016Ode to Joy欢乐颂Dragon TelevisionZhejiang TVQiu Yingying
Perfect Wedding大嫁风尚Hubei TelevisionXia Ran
Noble Aspirations青云志Hunan TVLu Xueqi
Noble Aspirations 2青云志2TencentLu Xueqi
2017Legend of Dragon Pearl龙珠传奇Anhui TVBeijing TVYoukuLi Yihuan
Ode to Joy 2欢乐颂2Dragon TelevisionZhejiang TVQiu Yingying
2018Women in Beijing北京女子图鉴YoukuMiao Miao
The Destiny of White Snake天乩之白蛇传说iQIYIBai Yaoyao
Ashes of Love香蜜沉沉烬如霜Jiangsu TViQIYI
Jin Mi
2019Go Go Squid!亲爱的, 热爱的Dragon TelevisionZhejiang TV
Tong Nian
My Mowgli Boy我的莫格利男孩iQIYILing Xi
2021Dt.Appledog's Time我的时代,你的时代Tong Nian
Psychologist女心理师YoukuHe Dun
2022The Oath of Love余生,请多指教TencentHunan TVShenzhen TVLin Zhixiao
Immortal Samsara沉香如屑YoukuAnhui TVYan Dan
He Dun's Happiness贺顿的小可乐YoukuHe Dun
TBAThe Golden Hairpin青簪行TencentHuang Zixia / Yang Chonggu
Lost You Forever长相思Xiao Yao / Wen Xiao Liu
Stories of Youth and Love199爱TBAHuang Yingzi

Short film

YearEnglish titleChinese titleRole
201617 Bring Joy Home17把乐带回家Yang Zi
2017Today, She Has Anticipation Too这一天,她是有期待的Qiu Yingying
2018The Eve前夕Xiao Liu
2019The Wind is Blowing风在吹Daughter
2020Hear Her听见她说Xiao Yu

Variety show

YearEnglish titleChinese titleRoleNetwork
2014We Are Young 2花样年华2Cast memberJiangsu Television
2015Sisters Over Flowers花样姐姐Dragon TV
2018Give Me Five 2高能少年团2Zhejiang TV
2019Chinese Restaurant 3中餐厅3Hunan TV
2021The Detectives' Adventures萌探探探案iQIYI



YearEnglish titleChinese title
2008Home With Snow家有小雪


YearEnglish titleChinese titleAlbum
2009"Grow a little everyday"每天长大一点点Don't Want to Grow Up OST
2010"Living Happily"乐活一下Good to be Living OST
2012"The Quiet Rubble"寂静的瓦砾Insisrence OST
2013"Blooming Rouge"胭脂花开King Rouge OST
2014"I Will Remember You"我会记得你Battle of Changsha OST
2016"More Fragrant Than Flowers"开的比花香Ode to Joy OST
"There Will Be Happiness Waiting for You"总有幸福在等你
"Just Like When We First Met"若只如初见Noble Aspirations 2 OST
2017"Kungfu Yoga"功夫瑜伽Kung Fu Yoga OST
"Earthworm"蚯蚓Ode to Joy 2 OST
2018"Few Lifetimes of Happiness"几生欢The Destiny of White Snake OST
"Unparalleled in the World"天地无霜Ashes of Love OST
"Love Frost"情霜
2019"Milk Bread"牛奶面包Go Go Squid! OST
"Breaking the Silence"打破沉默Bodies at Rest OST
"Windy Night"有风的夜晚My Mowgli Boy OST
2020"My Homeland"我的祖国My People, My Homeland OST
"Bring Your Own Breeze"自带清风Qing Feng (Breeze) Endorsement Song
2021"Flower Room Cafe"花房咖啡厅Psychologist OST
"Psychological Master"心理大师
2022"Someone Who Loves Someone"一个人喜欢一个人The Oath of Love OST
"The Oath of Love"余生,请多指教
"Watch The Day"望辰Immortal Samsara OST

Other appearances

YearEnglish titleChinese titleNotes/Ref.
2017"Beautiful Youths of China"美丽中国年Performance for CCTV Spring Festival Gala
2018"China"中国Theme song for the China's Communist Youth League
"The Future Me"未来已来Project for People's Republic of China's 70th anniversary
2019"Dream"梦想Theme song for China Student Television Festival
2020"Meeting in 20 Years Again"再次相约二十年Performance for CCTV Spring Festival Gala
"The Figure of an Angel"天使的身影Tribute song for the COVID-19 Frontliners

Awards and nominations

YearNominated workAwardCategoryResult

Major awards

2013Insisrence14th Golden Phoenix AwardsBest NewcomerWon
2017Ode to Joy23rd Shanghai Television FestivalBest Supporting ActressNominated
201829th China TV Golden Eagle AwardBest ActressNominated
2019The Bravest16th Guangzhou Student Film FestivalMost Popular Supporting ActressWon
11th Macau International Movie FestivalBest Supporting ActressNominated
Go Go Squid!6th The Actors of China Award CeremonyOutstanding Actress (Emerald Category)Won
8th China Student Television FestivalMost Watched ActressWon
2020The Bravest35th Hundred Flowers AwardsBest Supporting ActressNominated
7th The Actors of China Award CeremonyOutstanding Actress (Emerald)Won

Other awards

2004Girl Diary12th Tongniu Film AwardsBest Child ActressNominated
2016Baidu Fan Appreciation SeasonBaidu Entertainment Person of the YearWon
8th China TV Drama AwardsRising Actress AwardWon
2017Weibo Award CeremonyPopular Artist AwardWon
Ode to Joy2nd China Quality Television Drama AwardsBest Collaboration
(with Liu Tao, Jiang Xin, Wang Ziwen & Qiao Xin)
Noble Aspirations22nd Huading AwardsBest Actress (Ancient Drama)Nominated
Weibo TV Online Video Award CeremonyBreakthrough Artist AwardWon
2018Weibo Award CeremonyPopular Artist AwardWon
Ashes of Love24th Huading AwardsBest Actress (Ancient Drama)Nominated
Tencent Video All Star AwardsPopular TV Actress of the YearWon
Sohu Fashion AwardsPopular Female Celebrity AwardWon
Jinri Toutiao Awards CeremonyMost Noticed Female CelebrityWon
2019Weibo Award CeremonyWeibo GoddessWon
Ashes of LoveFilm and TV Role Model 2018 Annual RankingPopular Female Lead of the YearWon
Tencent Entertainment White PaperPopular Television Actress of the YearWon
China Value Zaker Influence Data ChartMost Commercially Valuable ArtistWon
Netease Entertainment AwardBest ActressWon
8th iQiyi All-Star CarnivalScream GoddessWon
Go Go Squid!My Mowgli BoyGolden Bud – The Fourth Network Film And Television FestivalBest ActressNominated
Weibo TV Series AwardsMost Popular ActressWon
Go Go Squid!26th Huading AwardsBest Actress (Modern drama)Won
Sina Film & TV AwardsMost Popular ActressWon
Sohu Fashion AwardsPopular Female Celebrity AwardNominated
Film and TV Role Model 2019 RankingMost Popular ActressWon
Tencent Entertainment White PaperStar Celebrity Board: Television Actress of the YearWon
2020Jinri Toutiao Awards CeremonyAll-Rounded Star of the YearWon
Weibo Awards CeremonyWeibo QueenWon
Popular Artist of the YearWon
Tencent Video All Star AwardsVIP StarWon
2021Weibo Awards CeremonyWeibo QueenWon
Go Go Squid!China Quality Television Drama AwardsAll-round Quality Drama StarWon
Quality Shining Drama StarWon
Harper's Bazaar IconsPopular Icon Of The YearWon

Forbes China Celebrity 100



2016Southern Metropolis Daily Four Dan Actresses of the post-90s GenerationWon
2018Forbes China 30 Under 30 Asia 2017Won
2019Powerstar Most Influential ActressWon
The Beijing News Entertainment Person of the YearWon
2020Forbes Asia's 100 Digital StarsWon
20212020 Weibo Entertainment White Paper Most Commercially Valuable Star1st

Yang Zi – Biography, Facts & Life Story

Body Measurements34-25-35 inches
Height5 feet 4 inches (1.67 m)
Weight50 kg (110 lbs)
Waist25 incehs
Hair ColorBrown
Eye ColorBlack
Age30 years old (in 2023)
Date of BirthNovember 6, 1992
Full NameYang Zi
ProfessionActress, Singer, Model
BirthplaceFangshan District, Beijing, China
Zodiac SignScorpio

Yang Zi Education

Qualification: Beijing Film Academy

Yang Zi Career

Profession: Actress, Singer, Model

Known For: Ashes of Love

Net Worth: $4 Million Approx

Family & Relatives

Father: Yang Yunfei

Mother: Ma Haiyan

Marital Status: Single

Yang Zi Favorites

Hobbies: Photoshoot, Painting

Favorite Destination: Australia

Favorite Food: Pasta

Favorite Color: Pink

Favorite Pets: Cat

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