Vicki Zhao

Vicki Zhao
Vicki Zhao

Vicki Zhao has a Starscore of 355,698 and is No.4843 today on the Global social media chart

Her social media ranking has moved down 59 places in the daily East Asia Chart to no.146 and remains at no.81 in the all time East Asia Chart.

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{{ safesubst:#invoke:Unsubst||$N=Use dmy dates |date=__DATE__ |$B= }} {{#invoke:Infobox|infobox}}Zhao Wei (born 12 March 1976), also known as Vicki Zhao (or Vicky Zhao), is a Chinese actress, director and pop singer. She has been awarded the Hundred Flowers Award, Shanghai Film Critics Award, Huabiao Award, Golden Eagle TV Award, as well as the Best Actress award at the Shanghai International Film Festival.Zhao developed an interest in acting after she was first chosen to be a supporting actress in a filming session. While studying at Beijing Film Academy, she participated in various film projects. She rose to fame after portraying Xiaoyanzi (Little Swallow) in the first two seasons of the television series Princess Pearl. In 1999, after Princess Pearl was broadcast, Zhao also began her singing career with her first album, Swallow. She is considered one of the Four Dan actresses in China (四大花旦), along with Xu Jinglei, Zhang Ziyi and Zhou Xun.Following the success of Princess Pearl, Zhao started acting in many major film productions, including Stephen Chow's Shaolin Soccer (2001), So Close (2002), Warriors of Heaven and Earth (2004), and John Woo's historical epic Red Cliff (2008-2009). For her achievements in film, television, and music, the Japanese media dubbed her China's No.1 actress in 2007. The United Kingdom's The Independent also described her as China's box office darling in 2009.In May 2013, Zhao's directorial debut So Young broke the grossing record for a female Chinese director in just a week, eventually becoming one of the 10 highest-grossing films ever in China. }}