Vivian Wu

as France Tran in the movie Message from Nam

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Real name is Junmei Wu
Was born at 5 February 1966 (now is 52 years old) in Shanghai, China

Vivian Wu was born in Shanghai, China, in 1966 as Wu Jun Mei. Shestarted acting at age 15 with the Shanghai Film Studio, and then laterstudied Travel Industry Management at Hawaii's Pacific University. After that she played 'Wen Hsiu' in the Oscar-winning The Last Emperor (1987) directed by 'Bernardo Bertolucci' . In 1993 Vivian was cast by directer 'Oliver Stone (I)' in Heaven & Earth (1993) and The Joy Luck Club (1993) .

Sincethen she has been working constantly in film and television and wascast by directer 'Peter Greenaway' in 8 ½ Women (1999) and The Pillow Book (1996) , in which she starred alongside'Ewan McGregor' . Vivian also played Soong May-ling in the hit film Song jia huang chao (1997) and was chosen by People magazine asone of the most beautiful people in the world in 1990. .

There is some small facts about Vivian Wu:
  • She appeared in The Last Emperor (1987) using her Chinese name Wu Jun Mei, but subsequently used her English name Vivian.
  • (1990) Chosen by People magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the world
  • (1981) Made her film debut at age 15 with the Shanghai Film Studio
  • (1987) Studies Travel Industry Management at Hawaii's Pacific University
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There is the list of movies, where Vivian Wu was taked part:
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1 Indiana Jones and the Emperors Tomb movie Indiana Jones and the Emperors Tomb 2003 as Mei Ying
2 8 ½ Women movie 8 ½ Women 1999 as Kito
3 A Bright Shining Lie movie A Bright Shining Lie 1998 as Lee
4 Blindness movie Blindness 1998 as Natalie
5 Cha wu ci ren movie Cha wu ci ren 2012 as Yu Zhi
6 Chao guo jie xing dong movie Chao guo jie xing dong 1986 as Tong Nian
7 Digital Pictures: Behind the Scenes 1994 movie Digital Pictures: Behind the Scenes 1994 1994 as Herself - Actress/Yu Ching
8 Dinner Rush movie Dinner Rush 2000 as Nicole Chan
9 Encrypt movie Encrypt 2003 as Diana
10 Eve and the Fire Horse movie Eve and the Fire Horse 2005 as May-Lin Eng
11 Go Lala Go 2 movie Go Lala Go 2 2015 as Qu Luoyi
12 Gong suo Chenxiang movie Gong suo Chenxiang 2013 as Concubine De
13 Guyver movie Guyver 1991 as Mizky Segawa
14 Heaven & Earth movie Heaven & Earth 1993 as Madame Lien
15 Hei qin ting movie Hei qin ting 1984 as Qin Wan
16 Iron & Silk movie Iron & Silk 1990 as Ming
17 Jian guo da ye movie Jian guo da ye 2009 as Soong May-ling
18 Ka Shens Journey movie Ka Shens Journey 2008 as Herself
19 Kinamand movie Kinamand 2005 as Ling
20 Mei ren yi jiu movie Mei ren yi jiu 2005 as Ying Zi
21 Meigui xuanwo movie Meigui xuanwo 2000 as Lin Hui
22 Message from Nam movie Message from Nam 1993 as France Tran
23 Red Skies movie Red Skies 2002 as Wu Wen Li
24 Shadow of China movie Shadow of China 1989 as Moo-Ling
25 Shanghai Blue movie Shanghai Blue 2010 as Meili
26 Shanghai Red movie Shanghai Red 2006 as Zhu Mei Li
27 Snow Flower and the Secret Fan movie Snow Flower and the Secret Fan 2011 as Aunt
28 Song jia huang chao movie Song jia huang chao 1997 as Soong May-ling/Madam Chiang
29 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III movie Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III 1993 as Mitsu
30 The 51st Annual Golden Globe Awards movie The 51st Annual Golden Globe Awards 1994 as Herself - Presenter
31 The Joy Luck Club movie The Joy Luck Club 1993 as An Mei's Mother
32 The Last Emperor movie The Last Emperor 1987 as Wen Hsiu
33 The Pillow Book movie The Pillow Book 1996 as Nagiko
34 The Ultimate Warrior movie The Ultimate Warrior 1995 as Yu Ching
35 To Whom It May Concern: Ka Shens Journey movie To Whom It May Concern: Ka Shens Journey 2010 as Herself
36 Vanishing Son movie Vanishing Son 1994 as Lili
37 Vanishing Son II movie Vanishing Son II 1994 as Lili
38 Vanishing Son III movie Vanishing Son III 1994 as Lili
39 Vanishing Son IV movie Vanishing Son IV 1994 as Lili
40 Wo shi nv wang movie Wo shi nv wang 2015 as Tina
There is the list of interview of Vivian Wu:
  • "Bella" (Singapore), July 1997, pg. 84-86, by: Joel, "A Chat with Vivian Wu"
  • "Go" (Singapore), July 1997, by: Desmond Kon, "Wu's That Girl"
  • "The Chinese" (Hong Kong), June 1997, pg. 34-39, by: Yan Ge Ling, "Vivian Wu: Finding her role in life"
  • "Elle" (Hongkong), June 1997, Vol. 116, pg. 44-48, "Vivian Wu: My view on women"
  • "The Straits Times - Singapore: Lifestyle" (Singapore), 11 May 1997, by: Wong Ah Yoke, "Cut me in for Art, don't cut me out of scenes"
  • "Eight Days" (Singapore), May 1997, Iss. 346, pg. 18-19, by: Lau Kuan Wei, "Making History"
There is the list of some printed articles of Junmei Wu:
  • "Playboy" (USA), November 1997, Vol. 44, Iss. 11, pg. 130+131, by: Bruce Williamson, "Sex In Cinema 1997"
The image of Junmei Wu was on the covers of these magazines:
  • "Marie Claire" (Singapore), 1997, Iss. July
There is the list of some quotes of Vivian Wu:
  • To me there are no small roles only good and bad roles.
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