Vicki Zhao

Vicki Zhao
Vicki Zhao

Vicki Zhao has a Starscore of 352,577 and is No.2314 today on the Global social media chart

Her social media ranking has moved down 58 places in the daily China Chart to no.153 and remains at no.36 in the all time China Chart.

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Zhao Wei (born 12 March 1976), also known as Vicki Zhao, is a Chinese actress, pop singer, and film director. She is considered one of the Four Dan Actresses in China, with her over 50 million followers on Sina Weibo attesting to her popularity.While studying at Beijing Film Academy, Zhao became an Asian superstar overnight in 1998-1999 for starring as Xiaoyanzi (Little Swallow) in the TV series My Fair Princess, for which she also won a Golden Eagle Award. As the drama enjoyed unprecedented popularity domestically, Zhao is regarded by many as Mainland China's first national idol since the economic reform began in 1978. In 1999 she also began a singing career with her debut album Swallow.Zhao has starred in many box-office smash-hits over the years, including Shaolin Soccer (2001), Red Cliff (2008-2009), Painted Skin (2008) and Painted Skin: The Resurrection (2012). She has received awards from the Shanghai International Film Festival, Huabiao Awards, Changchun Film Festival, Hundred Flowers Awards and Shanghai Film Critics Awards for films like A Time to Love (2005) and Mulan: Rise of a Warrior (2009). While focusing her career on films, she also starred in highly-popular TV series such as Romance in the Rain (2001) and Moment in Peking (2005).In 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 highest-grossing films ever in China. In 2014, Zhao returned to acting after a 2-year absence.