Ruby Lin

Ruby Lin
Ruby Lin

Ruby Lin has a Starscore of 365,394 and is No.6105 today on the Global social media chart

Her social media ranking has moved down 17 places in the daily 2014 Forbes China Celebrities Chart to no.31 and remains at no.8 in the all time 2014 Forbes China Celebrities Chart.

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Lin Hsin-ju (Lin Xinru, born 27 January 1976), also known as Ruby Lin, is a Taiwanese actress, television producer and pop singer. A popular actress, she has over 50 million followers on Sina Weibo.Lin made her acting debut in a TV commercial in Taiwan. After playing supporting roles in various TV dramas for 2 years, Lin became an Asian superstar overnight with her breakout role as Xia Ziwei in the mega-hit series My Fair Princess (1998-1999). Since then she has starred in other hit series like Duke of Mount Deer 2000, Romance in the Rain (2001), Flying Daggers (2003), Boy and Girl (2003), and Affair of Half a Lifetime (2004). Her singing career began with the five-track Heartbeat in 1999. While focusing her career on television, she also acted in films, winning a Huading Award for Sophie's Revenge (2009).After a period of career stagnation, in 2009 Lin left her management company Huayi Brothers to establish Ruby Lin Studio, and in 2010 enjoyed a resurgence of popularity with ancient dramas Beauty's Rival in Palace and Three Kingdoms. Lin's production debut The Glamorous Imperial Concubine (2011), starring herself, not only topped Chinese TV ratings but also set a record on streaming website Youku with 300 million views in 17 days. The drama won her Best Producer at the TV Drama Awards Made in China, and all subsequent productions that she also starred in—both in Mainland China and Taiwan—have been successful. According to Apple Daily, Lin was the third highest-earning Taiwanese drama actress in 2011, and the top-earning in 2012 and 2013.