Tang Wei

Born: 10/07/1979 in Wenzhou, Zhejiang, CN


Actor (14)

Blackhat 2015 (Movie)

Chen Lien (Actor)

Office 2015 (Movie)


Only You 2015 (Movie)

Fang Yuan (Actor)

Tale of Three Cities 2015 (Movie)


Huang jin shi dai 2014 (Movie)

Xiao Hong (Actor)

Thangka 2014 (Movie)


Finding Mr. Right 2013 (Movie)

JiaJia (Actor)

Dragon 2012 (Movie)


Late Blossom 2011 (Movie)


Crossing Hennessey 2010 (Movie)

Oi Lin (Actor)

Love Actually...Sucks! 2010 (Movie)


Late Autumn 2009 (Movie)


Lust, Caution 2007 (Movie)

Wong Chia Chi/Mak Tai Tai (Actor)

Xiangzi 2006 (Movie)



Kim Tae-Yong Director




English-language film debut in Michael Mann's "Blackhat"


Scores major hit with the romantic comedy "Finding Mr. Right"


Revives career in the action-drama "Dragon"


Earns critical acclaim as the female lead in Ang Lee's "Lust, Caution"

Bonus Trivia


Before her ban by the Chinese government, Tang was a popular celebrity endorserment figure in ads for Ponds cosmetics, among other companies.


She was the first non-Korean actress to win the Paeksang Arts Awards, which are given annually to honor superlatives in the South Korean film industry.


Married Kim Tae-yong at the home of Swedish director Ingmar Bergman on the remote island of Faro in 2014.


Her scenes in the 2010 film "The Founding of the Party," about the history of the Communist Party in China, were removed at the request of Mao Xinyu, grandson of former Chairman Mao Zedong.