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Tiffany Tang Yan (Chinese: 唐嫣, born 6 December 1983) is a Chinese actress. She graduated from the Central Academy of Drama in 2006. In 2007, she was nominated for the Best Actress award at the Shanghai Television Festival for her film debut in Farewell for Love. She left her company Orange Sky Entertainment Group mid-2012 to set up her own studio.
Tang is noted for her roles in hit dramas Chinese Paladin 3 (2009), My Daughter (2011), My Sunshine (2015), Lady & Liar (2015) and The Princess Weiyoung (2016). She ranked 14th on Forbes China Celebrity 100 list in 2017.
In 2001, she took part in the 3rd “Shulei Century Star” competition and won the Top Champion” award. In 2004, Tang was selected as one of the 14 “Olympic Babies” by director Zhang Yimou and performed at the closing ceremony of the Athens 2004 Summer Olympics.
Tiffany Tang acted in many television series and movies in her early time. In 2007, she was nominated as Best Actress at the Shanghai Television Festival and as Best New Actress at the Beijing College Student Film Festival for her performance in the film Farewell for Love.
2009–2014: Rising popularity
Tang rose to fame after starring in Chinese Paladin 3 (2009), adapted from the video game of the same title. Tang’s portrayal of Zi Xuan and her chemistry with Wallace Huo drew positive reviews from the audience. She also co-starred with Jay Chou in the Taiwanese television series Pandamen (2010).
Tang’s popularity further increased with the drama My Daughter (2011), which earned high ratings. Tang won the awards for Most Popular TV Actress at the 3rd China TV Drama Awards.
In 2012, Tang co-starred in Xuan-Yuan Sword: Scar of Sky adapted from the popular role-playing game Xuan-Yuan Sword. The drama topped TV ratings and garnered 2 billion views online, becoming the 9th drama in Hunan TV’s broadcast history to achieve that feat. She reunited with Chinese Paladin 3 co-star Wallace Huo in Perfect Couple (2014), a historical romantic comedy written by Tong Hua. The drama topped online views, winning Tang and Huo the Best Couple award at the China TV Drama Awards.
2015–present: Mainstream success and Film Roles
Tang starred in a series of hit dramas in 2015. She starred in modern romance dramas My Sunshine with Wallace Chung and Diamond Lover with Rain, as well as period dramas Lady & Liar with Hawick Lau, Legend of Fragrance with Li Yifeng. Tang also featured as a prominent character in the popular tomb-raiding web drama The Lost Tomb. Due to the success of her dramas, Tang was given the nickname of “1 billion queen” as all of her dramas have reached 1 billion views or more. She was nominated for the 17th Huading Awards for Best Actress in four different categories and won Best Actress in the contemporary genre for her performance in My Sunshine. She also became the promotional ambassador for the 7th China TV Drama Awards and won the awards for Actress with the Most Media Influence as well as Audience’s Favourite Character. The same year, Tang was ranked 20th on Forbes China Celebrity with an income revenue of 45 million yuan.Tang was crowned “Golden Eagle Goddess” for the 11th China Golden Eagle TV Art Festival due to her successful streak in television. Despite her success, Tang received criticisms from repetitively playing the same kind of roles without any breakthrough.
In 2016, Tang starred in Korean-Chinese production Bounty Hunters alongside Korean actor Lee Min-ho and Wallace Chung. The film broke 1 million admissions, and Tang received praise for her acting breakthrough as a femme fatale. She then starred in A Chinese Odyssey Part Three directed by Jeffery Lau, playing the role of Zixia Fairy. The film was released on the mid-autumn festival and topped box office charts. Tang then made her television comeback in the historical drama The Princess Weiyoung. The drama ranked in the top ten highest-rated television dramas of 2016 and garnered 18 billion views online. She won the Best Actress award at the Huading Awards for her performance.
In 2017, Tang starred alongside Nicholas Tse and Jung Yong-Hwa in the comedy film Cook Up a Storm.