Bolin Chen

Chen Bolin (traditional Chinese: 陳柏霖; simplified Chinese: 陈柏霖; pinyin: Chén Bólín; Cantonese Yale: Chan Pak Lam) was born 27 August 1983. He is a Taiwanese actor. Chen was awarded Best Leading Actor in a Television Series for In Time with You at the 47th Golden Bell Awards in 2012, Taiwan’s equivalent to the Emmy Awards. He began his career as a model in his late teenage years. At the age of 19, he had his first head role in the Taiwanese movie Blue Gate Crossing (2002). In 2004, he started filming movies in Hong Kong. Twins Effect 2: Blade of the Rose was his first, in which he played the money-mad Blockhead, adopted brother of Charcoal Head (played by Jaycee Chan).
On April 2011, Bolin started filming Taiwanese drama In Time with You (Chinese: 我可能不會愛你), co-starring Ariel Lin, directed by Qu Yu-ning (瞿友寧) and produced by Gala Television (GTV). In 2015, Bolin signed with BM+ Entertainment, known for housing actress Ha Ji-won, in preparation for his advance into the Korean entertainment industry.

Poster for the movie "Miss Granny"

Miss Granny aka 20 Once Again

Poster for the movie "Miss Granny"

Miss Granny (2015)

131 min - Comedy - 15 January 2015
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A visit to the photographer’s returns the physical looks of a 70-year-old grandmother back to her 20s. Things get even stranger when his grandson asks her to join his band, and his best friend begins to fall for her.

Director:  Leste Chen

Storyline

A visit to the photographer’s returns the physical looks of a 70-year-old grandmother back to her 20s. Things get even stranger when his grandson asks her to join his band, and his best friend begins to fall for her.


Collections: Leste Chen

Genres: Comedy

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Country:   South Korea,   China
Language:  普通话
Release Date:  15 January 2015

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Company Credits

Production Companies:  CJ Entertainment

Technical Specs

Runtime:  2 h 11 min

Miss Granny aka 20 Once Again. 20 Once Again[4][5][6] (Chinese: 重返20岁) is a 2015 Chinese comedy film directed by Leste Chen and starring Yang Zishan, Kuei Ya-lei, Bolin Chen and Lu Han. The film is a remake of the South Korean movie Miss Granny. It was released on January 8, 2015.

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