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Biography

Leanne Liu is a Chinese actress with a stellar career spanning Hong Kong, Taiwan and mainland China over decades. She was born in Beijing, China and raised in British Hong Kong. After graduating from high school, she entered the film industry in 1978 and starred in in quite a few films produced by famed Hong Kong movie studio Shaw Brothers.

In the mid 1980s, she went to Taiwan and focused on a career in television. She was an audience favorite for acting in roles created by the famous romance novelist, Chiung Yao, in such iconic dramas as Love in the Rain (1986), Many Enchanting Nights (1986), Ting Yuan Shen She (1987), and Zai Shui Yi Fan (1988). She was voted the most popular actor in Taiwan in 1987. She was also most famous for being able to cry in three seconds and her fans admired her for making the crying scenes look beautiful.

She has continued her evergreen acting career by appearing in popular dramas made in mainland China such as Palace (2011), Princess Pearl (2011), Legend of Concubine Zhen Huan (2012), and Palace 2 (2012), usually playing an Empress or royal consort.

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