Tian Hua

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Tian Hua
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Born (1928-12-14) 14 December 1928 (age 91)
Occupationactress
Years active1940~present
Spouse(s)
Su Fan
(m. 1949)
Children3
Awards Golden Rooster Awards Lifetime Achievement Award
2010

Chinese name
Traditional Chinese
Simplified Chinese

Tian Hua (born 14 December 1928) is a Chinese actress most famous for her role of Xi Er in the 1950 film The White-haired Girl.

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Personal life

In 1949, Tian married Su Fan, who was one of the stage designer of PRC founding ceremony. [1] Tian is the best friend with actress Zhao Lirong. [2] In 2015, a website reported that Tian's husband and son suffered from cancer, and ran out of money for medical treatment. [3] [4]

Selected filmography

YearTitleRoleNotes
1950 The White Haired Girl
白毛女
Xi Er
1958A Perfect MarriageFan Lingzhi
The Party's Daughter
党的女儿
Li Yumei
1962To Liberate Hainan Island
碧海丹心
Xiao Ding
1963Duo Yin
夺印
Hu SufangNominated - Hundred Flowers Award for Best Supporting Actress
1965Secret Map
秘密图纸
Shi Yun
1978Slave's Daughter
奴隶的女儿
Zeng Weizhi
1980In and Out of Court
法庭内外
Shan QinNominated - Golden Rooster Award for Best Actress
1981Xu Mao and His Daughters
许茂和他的女儿们
Yan Shaochun
2012 Full Circle
飞越老人院
Shi Yun

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