Zhao Wei Biography, Age, Wiki, Height, Weight, Boyfriend, Family & More

Zhao Wei

Biography / Wiki

The sizzling and sensuous star, Zhao Wei is an actress, businesswoman, filmmaker, producer, and singer from China. Wei is one of China’s most well-known actresses. In 1998, she appeared in the television series My Fair Princess, which catapulted her to fame.

She later rose to fame as a result of her roles in a number of financially successful films. She has also appeared in a number of television programs as the main character. She has received various awards for her contributions.

She went on to become one of the highest-paid actresses after becoming one of the most successful actresses. Despite her professional success, she has been involved in various controversies. She was removed from the internet in China by September 2021, following her scandal 2021.

Height / Weight / Age

Born on 1976-03-12, this gorgeous personality has turned 47 years old. Her height measures 165 centimeters and 5’5” in feet & inches.

Being a reality tv personality, she is very conscious about her physique and figure and takes care of her weight which is 55 kilograms and 121 lbs in pounds. She has a beautiful doll-like face which is complemented by her brown eyes and black hair.

Net Worth

Wei has amassed a fortune via her work in the entertainment sector as well as her entrepreneurial endeavors. Her current net worth is believed to be $1 billion.

Education / Family

Zhao was born and raised in Wuhu, Anhui, China, and belongs to the Asian (Chinese) ethnicity. She is born to her father Zhao Jiahai and her mother Wei Qiying. She has been grown up with her brother Zhao Jian.

As for her education, he finished high school and enrolled at Wuhu Normal School. She went on to Xie Jin Star Academy, an acting school, after that. In 2000, she graduated from the Beijing Film Academy School of Performing Arts with a bachelor’s degree in performing arts.


Zhao Wei

Nick Name Zhao
Birth Place Wuhu, Anhui, China
Date of birth 12 March 1976
Age 47 Years
Height In feet & inches: 5’5

In centimeters: 165 cm

Weight In kilograms: 55 kg

In pounds: 121 lbs

Eye color Brown
Hair color Black
Profession Actress
Sexual orientation Straight
School Not Known
College Beijing Film Academy School of Performing Arts
Religion Catholic
Nationality Chinese
Home town Wuhu, Anhui, China
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Fathers name Zhao Jiahai
Mothers name Wei Qiying
Brothers Zhao Jian
Sisters Not Known

Career / Fashion and Style

As of her career, in the 1994 film A Soul Haunted by Painting, hao Wei made her acting debut in a cameo role as a teenage prostitute in a brothel. She left her job as an apprentice pre-school teacher to pursue acting. With the 1996 film Penitentiary Angel, she made her acting debut in a significant part.

In 1996, she made her television debut in the series Sisters in Beijing as the lead. In 1998, Wei earned her debut in the business as Xiaoyanzi in the television series My Fair Princess. For her portrayal in My Fair Princess, she received the Golden Eagle Award for Best Actress. In My Fair Princess II, she repeated her role.

She has appeared in a number of films and directed a number of box office hits. Shaolin Soccer (2001), Red Cliff (2008–2009), Painted Skin (2008), Painted Skin: The Resurrection (2012), Dearest (2014), and Lost in Hong Kong are some of her box office hits (2015).

For her work in multiple films, she has received numerous prizes from the Shanghai International Film Festival, Huabiao Awards, Changchun Film Festival, Hundred Flowers Awards, and Shanghai Film Critics Awards. She went on to star in a slew of popular television shows.

Old House Has Joy, Treasure Venture, Romance in the Rain, Moment in Peking, Thank You for Having Loved Me, The Epic of a Woman, and Tiger Mom are just a few of the important television shows in which Wei has starred. So Young, her directorial debut, was released in 2013.

The film went on to win multiple prizes, including the Golden Rooster Award for Best Directorial Debut, the Hundred Flowers Award for Best Director, and the Hong Kong Film Award for Best Film from the Mainland and Taiwan. She made her theatrical debut in a public theatre performance of Proof, a 2001 Broadway drama adapted by David Auburn.

Wei is a vocalist as well. Swallow, her debut album, was published in 1999. Swallow (1999), Magic of Love (1999), The Last Separation (2001), Afloat (2004), Double (2005), Angel’s Suitcase (2007), and We’re All Great Directors (2007) is her seven albums (2009). For her album Double, she received the MTV Asia Award for Favorite Artist from Mainland China in 2006.

Boyfriend, Affairs, Husband, and More

Zhao Wei is a married lady with one child. Huang You Long, a Chinese businessman, is her husband. In 2008, the couple married in Singapore. The couple is parents to a daughter  Huang Xing, who was born in April 2010. Following the birth of her baby, she took a two-year break from performing.

Boyfriend Huang You Long
Marital status Married
Husband Huang You Long


Zhao Wei with her husband
Zhao Wei with her husband

Children Daughter – Huang Xing


Zhao Wei with her husband & daughter
Zhao Wei with her husband & daughter

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Zhao Wei

Some Interesting Facts About Zhao Wei

  • Her mother was a primary school teacher and her father was an engineer.
  • Faye Wong and Na Ying, two Chinese singers, are close friends of hers.
  • She was a member of the 30th Tokyo International Film Festival’s jury.
  • In 2009, she was named vice-president of the China Film Performance Art Academy and an executive member of the China Environmental Society’s council.
  • Wei was chosen the “Most Stylish Actress” in mainland China by MTV China.
  • She is well-known for her humanitarian efforts and has given to a variety of charities.
  • In 2001, she drew much condemnation for wearing a garment with a motif resembling the Japanese military flag during WWII.
  • Wei was featured as an “American spy” by Chinese nationalists for being a “public enemy” and “traitor” to the country.
  • In August 2021, all films and television dramas starring Zhao were removed from Chinese video streaming sites such as Tencent Video and iQiyi.
  • The Chinese authorities deactivated her Weibo account in 2021.

Social Media Profile(s)

  1. Instagram @vicki_zhaowei
  2. Twitter@goddessweiwei
  3. Facebook – Not Known
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