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Wang Fuli (Chinese: 王馥荔; born 12 November 1949) is a Chinese actress. Wang was born in Xuzhou, Jiangsu Province, and her ancestral hometown was Tianjin. She graduated from Jiangsu Drama College in 1967, majoring in Peking Opera. Wang later served as an actress of Jiangsu Provincial Peking Opera Troupe. In 1980, she became an actress of Jiangsu Provincial Play Troupe. After 1975, she appeared a series of films presented by Changchun Film Studio and Shanghai Film Studio. Wang made her breakthrough in 1980 in the film Legend of Tianyun Mountain, for which she nominated Golden Rooster Award for Best Actress. In 1984, she acted as "Juhua" in and won the 7th Hundred Flowers Awards for Best Supporting Actress. In 1985, her performance in Sunrise as "Cuixi" won the 9th Hundred Flowers Awards for

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  • Wang Fuli (Chinese: 王馥荔; born 12 November 1949) is a Chinese actress. Wang was born in Xuzhou, Jiangsu Province, and her ancestral hometown was Tianjin. She graduated from Jiangsu Drama College in 1967, majoring in Peking Opera. Wang later served as an actress of Jiangsu Provincial Peking Opera Troupe. In 1980, she became an actress of Jiangsu Provincial Play Troupe. After 1975, she appeared a series of films presented by Changchun Film Studio and Shanghai Film Studio. Wang made her breakthrough in 1980 in the film Legend of Tianyun Mountain, for which she nominated Golden Rooster Award for Best Actress. In 1984, she acted as "Juhua" in and won the 7th Hundred Flowers Awards for Best Supporting Actress. In 1985, her performance in Sunrise as "Cuixi" won the 9th Hundred Flowers Awards for
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  • Wang Fuli (Chinese: 王馥荔; born 12 November 1949) is a Chinese actress. Wang was born in Xuzhou, Jiangsu Province, and her ancestral hometown was Tianjin. She graduated from Jiangsu Drama College in 1967, majoring in Peking Opera. Wang later served as an actress of Jiangsu Provincial Peking Opera Troupe. In 1980, she became an actress of Jiangsu Provincial Play Troupe. After 1975, she appeared a series of films presented by Changchun Film Studio and Shanghai Film Studio. Wang made her breakthrough in 1980 in the film Legend of Tianyun Mountain, for which she nominated Golden Rooster Award for Best Actress. In 1984, she acted as "Juhua" in and won the 7th Hundred Flowers Awards for Best Supporting Actress. In 1985, her performance in Sunrise as "Cuixi" won the 9th Hundred Flowers Awards for Best Supporting Actress and 6th Golden Rooster Awards for Best Supporting Actress in 1986. She also appeared in a couple of TV series, including "Scenery from Pavilion". In 1994 she appeared in Huang Jianxin's film, The Wooden Man's Bride. Wang was a councilor of 5th Chinese Film Association, and the vice chairwoman of CFA Jiangsu committee.
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