Ni Ni

Ni Ni, also known as 倪妮 (pinyin: Ní Nī), is a prominent Chinese actress recognized for her exceptional performances in both film and television. She has gained widespread acclaim for her roles in notable works, solidifying her position as one of the “New Four Dan Actresses” according to Southern Metropolis Daily.

Early Life

Ni Ni was born on August 8, 1988, in Nanjing, Jiangsu, China. Her educational background includes graduating from the Communication University of China in Nanjing, where she specialized in television broadcasting and hosting.

Career

Debut in “The Flowers of War”

Ni Ni made her debut in the film industry with a significant role in the renowned director Zhang Yimou’s war film titled “The Flowers of War.” In this movie, she portrayed the character “Yu Mo”, the lead female character. Her performance received widespread acclaim, marking her emergence in the entertainment industry and her ascent to fame.

Versatility in Film

Following her impressive debut, Ni Ni continued to showcase her acting prowess in various film genres:

Endorsements

Ni Ni has an impressive list of endorsements and ambassadorships throughout her career:

Ni Ni’s career continues to flourish, marked by her exceptional talent and numerous achievements in both the entertainment industry and the world of fashion and beauty endorsements.

Poster for the movie "Shock Wave 2"

Shock Wave 2

After suffering life changing injuries in the line of duty, bomb disposal officer Fung turns his back on the police. But when a devastating series of bombings sweep Hong Kong, the police suspect their former ally may be involved after he is found unconscious at a crime scene. Now faced with memory loss and recalling only fragments of his former life, Fung sets out to uncover the truth and find out who he really is.

Poster for the movie "1921"

1921

Tells the story of a Communist Party’s early history during the turbulent era, examining the remarkable Chinese revolutionary leaders’ zeal and contrition for the ascension of the Chinese people. The film is about the establishment and creation of the Communist Party of China (CPC), which is now commonly known as the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), 100 years ago.

Poster for the movie "The Thousand Faces of Dunjia"

The Thousand Faces of Dunjia

The world is on the brink of catastrophe in a chaotic age where evil demons roam. In order to keep evil at bay, a mysterious organisation from the pugilist world emerges. A new constable and a young girl with a mysterious past are also drawn into this group, and the group embarks on an incredible adventure.

Poster for the movie "The Thousand Faces of Dunjia"

The Thousand Faces of Dunjia

The world is on the brink of catastrophe in a chaotic age where evil demons roam. In order to keep evil at bay, a mysterious organisation from the pugilist world emerges. A new constable and a young girl with a mysterious past are also drawn into this group, and the group embarks on an incredible adventure.

Poster for the movie "Wu Kong"

Wu Kong

The story tells the story of Sun Wukong (Eddie Peng) and Erlang Shen (Shawn Yue), who comes to the Immortal Mountain to cultivate their skills. They gained friendship, experienced love and ultimately betrayal, growing throughout their life journey.

Poster for the movie "Bride Wars"

Bride Wars

Mary and Jing are childhood best friends. When they were kids, they dreamed about their ideal weddings. Ten years later, on the day of their weddings, however, a mistake by the wedding planner pits them against each other, in a battle of wits.

Poster for the movie "Back in Time"

Back in Time

Based on the best selling novel series by Jiu Yehui, the film follows the lives of five close students growing up in China in the 1980’s. Starring Eddie Peng and Ni Ni and directed by Zhang Yibai, this inspiring romantic drama covers fifteen years of friendships, youth and memories.

Poster for the movie "The Flowers of War"

The Flowers of War

A Westerner finds refuge with a group of women in a church during Japan’s rape of Nanking in 1937. Posing as a priest, he attempts to lead the women to safety.

Poster for the movie "Love Will Tear Us Apart"

Love Will Tear Us Apart

Liang Liang (William Feng) is in love with a young actress named Miao Miao (Ni Ni). Their deep love for each other leads them to move in together, but Liang Liang’s behaviour soon causes Miao Miao to feel insecure about her own worth in his life.

Poster for the movie "Up in the Wind"

Up in the Wind

A Shanghai journalist finds spiritual comfort on assignment for a posh magazine in Nepal in Teng Huatao’s gorgeously shot feature – part travelogue, part quest tale.

Poster for the movie "Redemption"

Redemption

Xiao Likun, handsome, sensitive, is fond of poetry.He has a strong ego, but his butcher family background makes him ashamed. Jiang Yue’e is a kinder-garden music teacher, sexy , craving for romance. They meet across, get a crush for each other and get a marriage very soon. However, this happy marriage buries a tragic seed. The conflict due to their different social backgrounds and status intensifies. Unsurprisingly, they get a divorce and Xiao loses everything … Read more