He Saifei Net Worth, Measurements, Birthday, Height, weight, Age, Family Facts & Life Story
He Saifei (Hua Qi) is a Chinese actor of Japanese origin who is best known to audiences from his role as Yuen Long (Green lantern) in the Legend of the Three Tigers and Zhenhai Binglong (The Robot) in Dragon Gate. He Saifei also has Italian, British and German language titles that span a number of movies and TV series. He has gone on to play major roles in Hollywood movies such as Mulan, Crazy Heart and Kung Pow Enter the Fist. He later went on to play the role of Tai Chi Master in the Hong Kong film The Mysterious Mandarin. However, He Saifei is most famous as one of the two leads in the Legend of the Three Tigers.
In contrast with the image of an effeminate wimpy boy playing the role of a strong and bold female lead, He Saifei has played the part of the resilient, strong and bold martial arts-fighting female lead throughout her live action appearances. Born in Fujian province in early 1980, He was first exposed to acting when he was casted in the animated short film Cherry Dreams (Ain Mo Lai). Thereafter, He landed various supporting roles in period films such as Temptress Moon and Raise the Red Lantern. Later, He became one of the star attractions in the live action Hong Kong film The Mysterious Mandarin, playing the role of the title character against the evil He Lian.
|Profession(s)||Model, Actor, and VJ|
|Famous For||Being the girlfriend of Late Sushant Singh Rajput|
|Physical Stats & More|
| Height||in centimeters– 166 cm
in meters– 1.66 m
in feet & inches– 5′ 5¼”
|Eye Colour||Dark Brown|
|Date of Birth||1 July 1992 (Wednesday)|
|Age (as in 2023)||28 Years|
|School||Army Public School Ambala Cantt |
Today, He is best known to Chinese viewers as one of the two main lead characters in the Legend of the Three Tigers, a hugely popular Chinese movie series. The film has won several awards, including Best Picture at the 1999 Academy Awards. Although not immediately following in the footsteps of Jackie Chan, He has gradually established his own reputation as one of the best Chinese actors and actresses. His best known role was alongside Chow Kang (Chow Lan) in the remake of King Kong, and he recently appeared in the award-winning The Great Wall, playing the role of the ferocious Tiger.
While He is best known to Chinese audiences as one of the duo of leading characters in the Hong Kong movie franchise, he is actually a much respected and cherished Chinese actor and actresses throughout his lifetime. His early roles were small, but his ability to portray a unique and powerful role has endeared him to many audiences all across the world. His contribution to the genre of Chinese movies was unquestionable, as he not only played supporting roles, but also acted in some key films during the classic era of Hollywood films. Some of these include Chow Sha Kung-Fu (with Chow Lin), The Ancient Drummers (Wong Kar-Wai), Crazy Mouth (Xie Dai), Romance in Paradise (Zhang Yikei), The Man from Hong Kong (Cheng Siu-Hai) and Beware No Child (Chung Chi-Kang). This list does not include any of his early Japanese films, which are similarly incomplete.
After making a name for himself in the world of films, He travelled to Japan, to hone his acting skills. He spent two years studying acting with the legendary Japanese actor, Yu Shimosaku, who was one of the most famous and respected Japanese directors of that time. It was then that He decided to dedicate his energy to the art of acting, and form of Chinese classical drama, the zhanxiong. In fact, some film critics described him as a contemporary of Yu Shimosaku.
He then moved to Hollywood, where his career spanned four decades, winning him several awards including the Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role. However, it was his performance in the 1993 Hong Kong film, The Great Numbers, that catapulted him to stardom. A number of years later, He arrived back to Hong Kong again to accept the best actor award for his role as Wu Ma Tei, which was his third and last movie role.