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Rainie Yang

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  • Name: 楊丞琳 (杨丞琳) / Yang Cheng Lin
  • English name: Rainie Yang
  • Also known as: Ah Lin / Lin Lin / Xiao Cheng Lin / Cheng Lin / Yeung Sing Lam / Lily
  • Profession: Actress, singer and host
  • Birthdate: 1984-Jun-04 (age 29)
  • Birthplace: Taipei, Taiwan
  • Height: 162cm
  • Weight: 42kg
  • Star sign: Gemini
  • Chinese zodiac: Rat
  • Blood type: A

About Rainie

She started acting when she was 14-years-old, appearing in movies and commercials in Hong Kong. At 15, she auditioned for a girl band to be launched by BMG Records called "4 in Love" and passed with flying colors. From then on, she was called "Rainie" to fit in with the weather-based named girls of the group; she was originally called Lily in the industry. She moved to Taiwan and pursued her acting career as she lived with her co-band members under one roof. She starred in various dramas starting with the mega blockbuster Meteor Garden where she played a supporting, yet pivotal role as the cute Xiao You (Hana Yori Dango's "Yuki" Chinese counterpart). The rest is history as she proceeded on to be a much-loved leading lady by respectable men and starred in more bankable dramas. Unfortunately, in late 2002, 4 in Love had to disband. Windie and Sunnie proceeded with their studies and Cloudie pursued becoming a stewardess. Rainie was left in the E-circle. Continuing as a solo artist, she reached new heights and levels with a different job- as a host. She discovered her hosting skills with the hosting jobs she did left and right. She became a host without disrupting her acting career where she also received many projects. She continued singing by performing on the OSTs of her dramas. 2005 was a pivotal year for Rainie. Her leading TV series "Devil Beside You" (恶魔在身边) with Mike He brought her song Ai Mei absolute success. She holds the record as the first Chinese newcomer to achieve platinum status with her debut album My Intuition Ai Mei.

TV Shows

TV Show Theme Songs

Movies

Endorsements

  • C.C.Lemon - along with Jing Wong (2010)
  • Clarins
  • McDonalds' - along with Show Lo (2007)
  • Le Tea
  • 7-Eleven

Recognitions

Trivia

  • Languages: Mandarin, English, Japanese, and Cantonese
  • Skills: Singing Japanese songs and doing somersaults
  • Hobbies: Reading novels and journal writing
  • Native origin: Guangdong, China

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