Huang Lu is Chinese actresses. Born in 1984, Huang has appeared in many popular Chinese films during the past few years. A graduate of the Beijing Film Academy, Huang appeared in director Li Yang’s Blind Mountain, in which she played a young woman sold into sexual slavery to a local mountain village. Her other credits include films that were made in both China and Hong Kong. She was married to Taiwanese actor Huang Xiaoming before winning the role of Miss Huang in Mulan.
While it’s easy to look past Huang Lu’s achievements to dismiss her as merely another Chinese actress, there’s no denying that her filmography makes her one of the most well known Chinese actresses of all time. To date, no other Chinese actress has achieved the kind of consistent success that Huang Lu has, which is quite an accomplishment in itself. Not only has she acted in high-end Hollywood movies, but she’s also displayed some skill as an actress on the small screen, such as in the award winning drama Fall. It was this skill that earned her a Golden Globe nomination for her work in the Fall.
There’s no disputing that Huang Lu has made her mark on the Chinese scene. While many Chinese actresses have been able to make a name for themselves on the big screen, few have achieved as much as Huang Lu has. Her wide array of varied roles shows how successful she can be as an actress outside of the Chinese box. Many people may shy away from casting a non-Chinese due to fear of having stereotypical roles, but Huang Lu proves that Asians can also lead to interesting, well developed lives, just like everyone else. If anything, it’s her versatility as an actor that’s helped to secure her place among the top Chinese actors of our time.
|Age||38 years old|
|Born||10 July 1983|
|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income|
The first role that Huang Lu played was in the award winning film Winter Dreams. She plays Huang Xiaoming, who at the start of the movie is only an apprentice to a well-known Chinese fashion designer. As the movie progresses, Huang Xiaoming’s role changes as her relationship with her master deepens. At one point in the film, Huang Lu gets to know both the owner and head of a modeling agency. Because she feels a strong connection with them, she decides to try her hand at modeling, even though she is ineligible for those agencies. Through hard work and determination, Huang Lu eventually lands a contract with a prominent Chinese clothing company.
In the short film Shanghai Loves, Huang Lu plays an educated, cultured Chinese woman who falls in love with an American guy. Despite her intellect, she is not allowed to travel to China due to the dangerous country’s Travel Ban. Huang Lu nevertheless manages to fulfill her dream of seeing her long lost American boyfriend, and that dream becomes a reality when she travels to China.
In the meantime, Huang Lu will be seeing again in the movie Spring Break, playing the role of Ying Yang, who falls in love with Chun Li, a Chinese martial arts expert. The movie reunites the actress with former Kung Fu star Mark Tao. Other projects that are in pre-production include the movie version of Pride and Prejudice, as well as a remake of A Time to Kill and a TV series based on the novels of Agatha Christie. Huang Lu will most likely continue to star in popular roles in the coming years, and her career could peak in the next few years, when she gets to celebrate her 80th birthday.