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Shu Qi : Actress Height, Weight, Age, Movies, Biography, News, Images & Videos

Lin Li-hui, better known by her stage name Shu Qi, is a Taiwanese–Hong Kong actress and model. As of 2014, she was among the highest paid actresses in Taiwan

Shu Qi
Name : Shu Qi
Birth Date : 16 April 1976
Birth Place : Xindian District, Taipei, Taiwan
Nationality :
Height : 1.68 m
Occupation : Actress

Shu ranked 18th on Forbes China Celebrity 100 list in 2013, 23rd in 2014, 32nd in 2015, 48th in 2017, and 90th in 2019.

Shu Qi Movies and TV Shows

  • A Beautiful Life [9 October 2008 (Thailand)]

    Three women face a psychopathic stalker's retribution who holds a grudge against them since their adolescence. Helpless, they are forced to fight for their lives or lie down and face the inevitable.

  • A Man Called Hero [4 September 1999 (South Korea)]

    An acquaintance helps a young man travel to the United States and seek his father (Kristy Yang) in New York City.

  • Another Meltdown [July 1998]

    As a punishment for ignoring orders, a Chinese police officer is posted to Europe where he encounters his ex-girlfriend who fled China after Tiananmen Square. Their paths soon tangle with the charismatic leader of the Japanese cult Aum Shinrikyo.

  • Blood Brothers [30 November 2007 (India)]

    Blood Brothers is a 2007 short film on HIV-AIDS directed by Vishal Bhardwaj. The film, written by Matthew Robbins, is one of the short films made on HIV AIDS on behalf of the Bill Gates foundation. Blood Brothers features Siddharth, Pavan Malhotra and Ayesha Takia in lead roles.

  • City of Glass [28 October 1998]

    Flashbacks recall events in the lives of a couple (Leon Lai, Hsu Chi) killed in a New Year's Eve auto accident.

  • City Under Siege [12 August 2010 (Hong Kong)]

    Sunny, a circus clown, is pitted against his tormenting cousins when they turn into superhuman monsters after consuming a particular capsule. He must stop them from destroying the city.

  • Confession of Pain [21 December 2006]

    Confession of Pain is a 2006 Hong Kong crime drama film directed by Andrew Lau and Alan Mak, starring Tony Leung, Takeshi Kaneshiro, Shu Qi and Xu Jinglei.

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  • For Bad Boys Only [15 December 2000 (Hong Kong)]

    A man's missing girlfriend resembles a woman seen in an expensive nightclub.

  • Forest of Death [22 March 2007]

    A detective (Shu Qi) investigates a violent crime that occurred in a reportedly haunted forest.

  • Gone with the Bullets [29 January 2015 (Hong Kong)]

    Set in 1920s Shanghai, Ma Zouri and Xiang Feitian establish an infamous beauty pageant called the Flowers Competition. All of the city's elite attend the gala event; however, tragedy strikes after Wanyan Ying unexpectedly wins.

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  • Home Sweet Home [28 September 2018]

    Shyamal and Vidhyadhar, an old couple, find themselves in a dilemma when they have to leave the house where they spent their entire married life to move into a new one.

  • If You Are the One [22 December 2008 (China)]

    Inventor Qin Fen (You Ge) is well-off, but lonely and insecure. He wants to meet girls and decides to pursue Internet dating. After a series of unsuccessful blind dates, Qin Fe meets Smiley (Shu Qi), a beautiful flight attendant. Qin Fen is immediately taken with Smiley, but believes she is out of his league and doesn't pursue her romantically. Nevertheless, the two become friends and form a tight bond after Qin Fen takes Smiley on a trip to Japan.… MORE

  • If You Are the One 2 [22 December 2010 (China)]

    Qin (Ge You) and Liang (Shu Qi) question their relationship after watching their friends' lavish divorce ceremony.

  • Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons [2 February 2013 (Hong Kong)]

    Tang Sanzang, a Buddhist, decides to free a fishing village of demons it is plagued by. He teams up with Miss Duan, a demon hunter, and begins to fall in love with her.

  • Journey to the West: The Demons Strike Back [28 January 2017 (Vietnam)]

    A monk, along with his three disciples, sets out on an expedition to exorcise demonic possessions but realises that he has a lot to learn in order to overcome his shortcomings.

  • Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen [21 September 2010 (China)]

    The Japanese forces occupy Shanghai and slowly start spreading terror in the city. Chen Zhen, who was presumed dead, returns to fight against the Japanese and put an end to their tyrannical rule.

  • Look for a Star [23 January 2009]

    Ladies' man Sam Ching (Andy Lau) is a successful businessman with a golden touch in everything but his romantic life. With several divorces behind him, he's eager to find the right woman, but cautious. When he encounters Milan (Shu Qi) at a Macau casino, he falls for her hard, but there are obstacles. She's a cabaret dancer and a croupier, which doesn't mesh with his social status. When he proposes a prenuptial agreement to protect his assets, he may drive her away for good.… MORE

  • Looking for Mr. Perfect [27 March 2003 (Hong Kong)]

    When a dedicated detective with little time for love goes on vacation in Malaysia, she meets a seemingly perfect man and begins to suspect he may be hiding something.

  • Love [11 July 2008 (Kolkata)]

    Ria, a Christian music teacher, falls in love with Rahul, a wealthy Hindu boy. However, their different social and economic backgrounds create hurdles in their relationship.

  • Love Me, Love My Money [18 October 2001]

    A wealthy businessman (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) cannot trust any woman he meets, then he loses his money, and a financially struggling woman (Qi Shu) takes him in.

  • Martial Angels [14 February 2001]

    After her ex-lover is captured, a cat burglar and her female cohorts set out to steal a valuable computer chip.

  • Metade Fumaca [5 November 1999]

    Former Hong Kong gangster Roy (Eric Tsang) returns home after three decades of exile in Brazil, hoping to settle some unfinished business before he dies. Affected by Alzheimer's disease, he hires young thug Smokey (Nicholas Tse) to act as his guide and helper as he searches for the man who put a bullet in him and stole the love of his life. Traveling through the Hong Kong underworld together, the two men form a close bond as they discuss their idealized loves and missed opportunities.… MORE

  • Millennium Mambo [31 October 2001 (France)]

    The beautiful Vicky (Shu Qi) drifts through her empty life in the sprawling metropolis of Taipei, Taiwan, maintaining a pointless relationship with her loser DJ boyfriend, Hao-Hao (Tuan Chun-hao), and an unsatisfying career as a nightclub hostess. As her romance becomes increasingly strained, she decides to take up with Jack (Jack Kao), a caring but criminally connected businessman. But this new relationship can't change Vicky's aimless nature, and her future remains as doubtful as ever.… MORE

  • Mojin: The Lost Legend [17 December 2015 (Australia)]

    Three tomb raiders retire from their roles and move to New York to enjoy the rest of their lives. However, they are asked to resume duty in order to find out the reason behind the loss of a loved one.

  • My Wife Is a Gangster 3 [28 December 2006 (South Korea)]

    The daughter of a Hong Kong triad leader goes into hiding in South Korea. She is guided by a nimble but loyal gangster and his rag-tag crew.

  • New York, I Love You [22 January 2010 (India)]

    The lives of a few New York residents have different stories to tell. Mansukhbhai befriends a Hasidic woman, Rifka. Ben meets his match, Molly, but she already has a boyfriend, Garry.

  • Portland Street Blues [21 February 1998 (Hong Kong)]

    A precocious young woman (Sandra Ng) becomes one of 13 powerful Triad leaders.

  • Seoul Raiders [20 January 2006 (South Korea)]

    Seoul Raiders is a 2005 Hong Kong action film co-written and directed by Jingle Ma and starring Tony Leung Chiu-wai, Richie Jen and Shu Qi. The film is a sequel to the 2000 film Tokyo Raiders.

  • Sex and Zen II [9 May 1996 (Hong Kong)]

    The head man (Kam-Kong Tsui) in a province takes whatever women he wants as his wives.

  • Shanghai Fortress [29 July 2019]

    In 2035, an elite team of soldiers must battle extraterrestrial dark forces trying to steal Earth's energy treasures.

  • So Close [12 September 2002 (Singapore)]

    Lynn and Sue are assassins and computer hackers. Chow Nung hires them to assassinate Chow Lui, his elder brother and the chairman of a leading Hong Kong company.

  • Storm Riders [25 December 1998 (South Korea)]

    To meet his own devious ends, Lord Conquer recruits 2 students, Whispering Wind and Striding Cloud, as his personal disciples. But it's a free-for-all war by the time the true intentions are revealed.

  • Tai Chi 0 [27 September 2012 (Australia)]

    An outsider, Yang, becomes a village's only hope when a corrupt man arrives with a plan to build a railroad through the village.

  • Tai Chi Hero [25 October 2012 (Hong Kong)]

    Lu Chan is considered an outsider in Chen and is forbidden from using Chen-style Tai Chi. But after he marries Yuniang and is tutored by her, he goes on to create the most popular form of Tai Chi.

  • The Adventurers [11 August 2017 (Taiwan)]

    After five years of imprisonment, a notorious thief teams up with his partner to conduct a heist in Europe. However, tension rises as a French detective starts pursuing them.

  • The Assassin [27 August 2015 (China)]

    During the ninth century, a general's young daughter is kidnapped and trained to become an exceptional assassin. When she doesn't execute a mission, she is ordered to kill her betrothed, forcing her to choose between love, family and the assassins.

  • The Eye 2 [18 March 2004 (Singapore)]

    A pregnant woman (Shu Qi) discovers the ability to see ghosts after she unsuccessfully attempts suicide.

  • The Foliage [2003 (China)]

    A young woman (Shu Qi) will be granted a discharge from her platoon if she betrays the man (Ye Liu) who loves her.

  • The Island [11 July 2005 (USA)]

    Lincoln Six Echo is just like everyone else who waits to go to the island. But he soon discovers that his existence is a lie and everybody including the other inhabitants are human clones.

  • The Last Woman Standing [6 November 2015 (China)]

    The Last Women Standing is a 2015 romantic drama film directed by Luo Luo, in her directorial debut. A China-Hong Kong co-production, the film was based on a novel written by Luo Luo. translated in Malay by Megan Tay and It released in China on November 6, 2015.

  • The Lucky Guy [5 January 1998]

    A delivery boy idolizes a bakery employee (Stephen Chow) with a legendary ability to woo women.

  • The Second Woman [8 March 2012]

    Bao, an actress, falls ill and cannot perform in her play. Her twin sister Xiang steps in to cover for her, but Bao begins to suspect that her sister may be hiding something from her and suspicion begins to drive them apart.

  • The Transporter [2 October 2002 (USA)]

    An ex-soldier turned mercenary 'transporter' moves goods, human or otherwise, from one place to another. Complications arise when a job goes astray and he has to save the life of his female cargo.

  • The Village of No Return [26 January 2017 (Taiwan)]

    After a mysterious Taoist priest arrives at an isolated village carrying a magical helmet that can remove memories, all of the villagers begin living in a `happily ever after' state. Unbeknownst to them, a dangerous plot is unfolding.

  • The Wesley's Mysterious File [28 March 2002]

    A man (Andy Lau) who investigates extraterrestrial life meets a female alien (Rosamund Kwan) who is in danger.

  • Three Times [27 October 2005 (Hong Kong)]

    Love story set in three different eras, a pool hall in 1966, a 1911 brothel and present day Taipei.

  • Visible Secret [1 June 2001]

    A man (Eason Chan) develops a relationship with a mysterious woman (Shu Qi) who sees ghosts.

  • Viva Erotica [28 November 1996]

    Badly in need of a hit movie, a Hong Kong director (Leslie Cheung) takes a sleazy producer's (Law Kar Ying) advice and makes a soft-core porn film.

  • Young and Dangerous 5 [22 January 1998]

    Pressure from a policeman (Danny Lee) and other forces prompt a Hong Kong hoodlum (Dior Cheng) to reform and become a responsible branch chief.

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FAQs About Shu Qi

What is birthdate of Shu Qi?

- 16 April 1976.

What is BirthPlace of Shu Qi?

- Xindian District, Taipei, Taiwan.

What is Nationality of Shu Qi?

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What is Height of Shu Qi?

- 1.68 m.

What is Age of Shu Qi?

- 47.

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