Liu Tao Biography

Liu Tao, a Chinese actress and singer, has become a prominent figure in the Chinese television industry. Her breakthrough role as ‘A Zhu’ in the show ‘Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils’ in 2003 catapulted her to fame. Since then, she has appeared in numerous television shows and films, showcasing her talent and versatility. Some of her notable works include ‘My Fair Princess III’, ‘Hero During Yongle Period’, ‘How Much Sorrow Do You Have’, ‘Dali Princess’, ‘Ode to Joy’, and ‘Ode to Joy 2’. In addition to her acting skills, Liu has also showcased her vocal abilities through playback singing in various television shows. Notable titles include ‘Fall in Love with You’, ‘Only Need You’, ‘Tears of Love’, ‘There Will Be Happiness Waiting For You’, and ‘The Feeling of Home’.

Quick Facts

  • Also Known As: Tamia Liu
  • Age: 45 Years, 45 Year Old Females
  • Family:
    • Spouse/Ex-: Wang Ke (m. 2008)
    • Children: Wang Ziyan (王紫嫣) and Wang Zijing
  • Actresses
  • Chinese Women
  • Height: 5’6″ (168 cm), 5’6″ Females
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  • Education: Guangdong University of Foreign Studies

Career

Liu Tao started her career in commercials but soon grabbed the attention of television producers and landed her first television role in 2000. She made her debut in ‘Jiu Ji Fan Guan’ playing the role of ‘Chu Chu’. Her first big break came in 2003 when she was signed for the role of ‘Mu Sha’ for the television show ‘My Fair Princess III’. This was the first popular show where she played an important part. Later she appeared in ‘Demi-Gods and Semi-Devils’ and instantly became a familiar face with the audiences.

In 2009, Liu played her first ever antagonist role in ‘Da Li Princess’. Later she acted in the television series ‘Mazu’ and impressed the critics as well as the audiences with her performance. This brought her much fame and proved that she is a very talented actress. The drama series became very successful and won the ‘Outstanding Television Series’ award at the China TV Golden Eagle Award.

The year 2013 proved to be the best year in Liu’s career as she saw her popularity hit the sky. She appeared in ‘To Elderly with Love’ and won the ‘Best Actress Award’ at the China TV Golden Eagle Award and the ‘Best Performing Arts Award’ at the China Golden Eagle TV Arts Festival. Then she appeared in ‘Good Wife’, playing the role of a mother and a housewife who struggles with daily life challenges. The drama became the highest rated among television shows and her performance became a topic of hot discussion on the Chinese microblogging website ‘Weibo’.

In 2015, she won the ‘Best Supporting Actress’ award at the Shanghai Television Festival for her performance in ‘The Legend of Mi Yue’. In Beijing Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, there is a wax figure based on her role ‘Ni Huang,’ bearing testimony to her popularity. As the awards kept coming and her fame continued to grow, Liu appeared in the romantic drama series ‘Ode to Joy’ and was nominated for ‘Best Actress’ at the Huading Awards and Shanghai Television Festival. Liu has also featured in some films including ‘The Founding of a Party’, ‘Let’s Get Married’ and ‘The Foreigner’.

Personal Life

Liu Tao was born in Nanchang, Jiangxi, China on July 12, 1978. She can speak fluent Mandarin, Nanchang, and English. Liu went to Guangdong University of Foreign Studies and completed her degree, majoring in law. She married Wang Ke in 2008 and together they have two children, Wang Ziyan and Wang Zijing.

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