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Zhang Zhiyi, born on the 9th of February, 1979, is a Chinese actress, model, and brand ambassador who became famous for her roles in movies like “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon”, and “Memoirs of Geisha”.

So how much is Zhang’s net worth? As of early 2017, based on authoritative sources, it is estimated to be $100 million, acquired from her years as an actress and model, which began in the mid-‘90s.

Zhang Ziyi Net Worth $100 million

Born in Beijing, China, Zhang is the daughter of Zhang Yuanxiao, an economist, and Li Zhousheng, a teacher. Zhang’s passion for the arts started at a very young age, when she began studying dance at the age of eight. When Zhang was 11, she enrolled at the Beijing Dance Academy, a boarding school where she harnessed her passion for dance. Later on her efforts paid off when she won the national youth dance championship at the age of 15. Her popularity for winning the competition led her to star in various commercials.

In 1996, Zhang decided to focus on acting, and started attending the Central Academy of Drama in Beijing. While studying, her career as an actress was also starting to gain some traction, and when she was 19, she was able to book her first movie, “The Road Home” directed by Zhang Yimou. Zhang thought that she was just auditioning for a shampoo commercial, but Yimou’s main purpose was to find a star for his film. Zhang’s starring role in “The Road Home” officially started her acting career, and also her net worth.

Not long after, Zhang enjoyed commercial success, when in 2000 she starred alonsideg Chow Yun Fat and Michelle Yeoh in the critically acclaimed movie “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” directed by Ang Lee. The movie catapulted her to new heights, earning her awards as Best Supporting Actress Award from Toronto Film Critics Association Awards, Independent Spirit Awards, and Chicago Film Critics Association Awards among others.

Opportunities in Hollywood then opened up for Zhang. In 2001, she appeared in her first American movie, “Rush Hour 2” with Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker. In 2002, she came back to China and appeared in movies including “Hero”, and in 2004 she “House of Flying of Daggers”. Both movies became critically and commercially successful, and were recognized by various award-giving bodies.

In 2005, she starred in the movie adaptation of the book “Memoirs of a Geisha”, in which she once again acted with Michelle Yeoh and other notable Asian actors. The movie was also a commercial success in the west, and garnered her plenty of recognition.

After appearing in a couple of Hollywood movies like “The Horsemen”, Zhang also made sure that she continued making films in her homeland. Some of her most notable films in China have included “Sophie’s Revenge”, “Love for Life”, and “The Grandmaster” for which she won 12 Best Actress awards, making her the most awarded actress for a single movie.

Aside from being an actress, Zhang is also a model, and brand ambassador for products including Omega Watches, Maybelline, Visa, and Garnier that also helped in raising her net worth.

Today, Zhang is still active in acting, with her most recent works including “Run for Love” and “The Wasted Time”. She will be coming back to Hollywood with an upcoming film entitled “God Particle”.

In terms of her personal life, Zhang married Wang Feng, a Chinese rock musician, in 2015, and together they have a daughter.

Quick Facts

Birth date: February 9, 1979
Birth place: Beijing, China
Height: 1.65 m
Profession:Actor
Education:Beijing Dance Academy, Central Academy of Drama
Nationality:Chinese
Spouse:Wang Feng
Parents:Zhang Yuanxiao, Li Zhousheng
Siblings:Zhang Zinan
Movies:Crouching Tiger, Hidden D... 2000 The Grandmaster 2013 House of Flying Daggers 2004 Memoirs of a Geisha 2005 Rush Hour 2 2001
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Interesting Facts

#Fact
1Is engaged to Wang Feng since February 2015. They have a daughter together.
2Gave birth to her 1st child at age 36, a daughter on December 27, 2015. Child's father is her fiancé, Wang Feng.
3In L.A. shooting Memoirs of a Geisha (2005). [November 2004]
4In Winnipeg shooting Horsemen (2009). [January 2007]
5Engaged to Israeli venture capitalist Vivi Nevo. [August 2008]
6Name is pronounced Jang (rhymes with 'young') DziYee.
7On November 21, 2006, the Wall Street Journal voted her one of its "Top 10 Remarkable Women In Asian Business Circles". The newspaper commented that although Zhang Ziyi is not a typical business leader, she has great influence on the entertainment industry.
8Is Global Ambassador for Special Olympics movement. She joins a select group of celebrities who are dedicated to spreading the Special Olympics message including California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger; boxing legend Muhammad Ali and Olympian Nadia Comaneci.
9Was a member of the jury at the 2006 Cannes Festival.
10Was voted in at #86 in FHM's sexiest women in the world in 2006. She had not appeared in the list since 2002.
11Was included in People magazine's 100 Most Beautiful People in the World the second year in a row in 2006. This is now her third appearance on the list.
12Graduated from the Beijing Dance Academy
13Was ranked one of the '100 Most Beautiful Women in the World' in the July 2005 issue of Harpers & Queen magazine. It was her first time on the list. She was ranked number 15.
14Was listed in "Time Magazines" World's 100 Most Influential People. They called her "China's Gift to Hollywood".
15Listed in People Magazine's '50 Most Beautiful People' List in 2005.
16Selected by "Southern People Weekly" magazine as 'Chinese Top Ten Leaders Of The Younger Generation' in 2005.
17Named by Entertainment Weekly in their 'The Must List' 2005. Listed 38th out of the 122 people and things the magazine "loves" this year, Ziyi was the only Chinese to be included.
18Is one of 112 invitees to join AMPAS in 2005.
19Joined the Beijing Dance Academy at 11 and the Central Drama College at 17.
20Ranked #91 in Stuff magazine's "102 Sexiest Women In The World" (2002)
21Her father is an economist and her mother is a kindergarten teacher.
22[September 2004] Taking lessons to improve her English.
23Forbes magazine's "China edition" recently ranked her the second most popular celebrity after NBA player Ming Yao [August 2004].
24Family includes: Li Zhousheng (mom), Zhang Yuanxiao (dad) & Zhang Zinan (older brother)
25Former spokesperson for Lenovo Computers.
26Former spokesperson for Coca-Cola (Asia).
27Former spokesmodel of Pantene shampoo.
28Former Spokesmodel of 2% (Korean mineral water).
29Spokesmodel of Maybelline (cosmetics).
30Former spokesmodel for Tag Heuer watches.
31Graduated in acting from Central Drama Academy, the top acting college in China.
32Even though she has been in many kung-fu movies, she is not actually a trained martial artist, so in fact she uses many dance moves in her fight sequences.
33Her first appearance in an American movie was in Rush Hour 2 (2001), but as she didn't speak English, Jackie Chan had to translate everything the director said to her. In that movie, her character's name, "Hu Li" translated from Mandarin Chinese is "Fox".
34Voted in at #100 in FHM's Sexiest 100 Girls of 2002, UK edition. [June 2002]
35Was named one of the 25 Hottest Stars Under 25 by Teen People Magazine (2002).
36Was named one of the 25 Hottest Stars Under 25 by Teen People Magazine (2001).
37Was ranked 2nd of the 100 Sexiest Women by FHM Taiwan (2001).


Net Worth & Salary

TitleSalary
Rush Hour 2 (2001)$450,000
Wo hu cang long (2000)$130,000 (from Chinese currency)
Wo de fu qin mu qin (1999)$270,000 (from Chinese currency)


Quotes

#Quote
1[In response to the offense at the controversial casting in Memoirs of a Geisha] A director is only interested in casting someone he believes is appropriate for a role. For instance, my character had to go from age 15 to 35; she had to be able to dance, and she had to be able to act, so he needed someone who could do all that. I also think that regardless of whether someone is Japanese or Chinese or Korean, we all would have had to learn what it is to be a geisha, because almost nobody today knows what that means, not even the Japanese actors on the film. Geisha was not meant to be a documentary. I remember seeing in the Chinese newspaper a piece that said we had only spent six weeks to learn everything and that that was not respectful toward the culture. It's like saying that if you're playing a mugger, you have to rob a certain number of people. To my mind, what this issue is all about, though, is the intense historical problems between China and Japan. The whole subject is a land mine. Maybe one of the reasons people made such a fuss about Geisha was that they were looking for a way to vent their anger.
2It was my publicist's idea.... Either way, I'm still me, right? -- on changing the order of her name from the Chinese-style "Zhang Ziyi" to the Western-style "Ziyi Zhang", 2004
3Working in Hollywood, it's clear the more money you have, the more technology you can get. So you can build a whole Japanese set. Only in Hollywood! I couldn't believe the first day I walked on the set. Rob Marshall walked me like a tourist round the set. It took 40 minutes, so how big was that? Today, it can be winter and tomorrow, summer. Everything's unbelievable.
4I don't like kick-ass stereotypical roles. I already turn a lot down, even when they promise me a lot of money. I really want to do something in Europe. With a small movie, it can be an interesting challenge. But I have to get the right project. I don't think it's so important to go to Hollywood. All that trash that comes out of there! I don't want to do that.
5But I enjoy being an actress a lot, because I can feel different women's lives. I have the chance to feel like a geisha one day, and on another day maybe a scientist. That's the interesting part for me. My profession has helped me to grow up.
6I always think it's really hard if you are Asian or Chinese to be really in Hollywood. There are not so many really great characters for you. I always think you are lucky to get offered [something like] Memoirs of a Geisha (2005), but I don't think it will happen all the time.
7Even though I've done Hollywood films, I still don't think of myself as a Hollywood actress.
8I've discovered that I value simplicity above all in dressing. I don't like anything I wear to be too complicated or fussy.
9Chinese women are much more modest than American women when it comes to clothes. We tend to show less flesh.
10For Western women, it's much easier to be yourself. If you want to do something, you just go and do it. In an Asian context, women are still much more modest and conservative. I want, through my roles, to express the parts in the hearts of Chinese women that they feel unable to let out.
11It was so hard working for him, but I like the challenge. We don't learn the script, every day we had to, erm ... improvise. [on working with Wong Kar-wai in '2046']
12It's my first time in a lead and I have to speak English! In a Japanese accent! [on Memoirs of a Geisha (2005)].
13You know, I never think I can become an actress. But it happened. Not because I dreamed it, but because it happened.
14After Crouching Tiger (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000)), there was a big change for me, with all the attention thrust upon me. I got lot of work: my first Hollywood film, Rush Hour 2 (2001), and a lot of advertisements in Asia. I think for me it's a very good part of my life. I've been lucky, because I've had great characters to play. Now I really want to work with good directors.
15In China, we don't consider someone truly beautiful until we have known them for a long time, and we know what's underneath the skin.


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Won Awards

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014Hundred Flowers AwardHundred Flowers AwardsBest ActressYi dai zong shi (2013)
2014Asian Film AwardAsian Film AwardsBest ActressYi dai zong shi (2013)
2014NETPAC AwardAsian Film Critics Association AwardsBest ActressYi dai zong shi (2013)
2014Tiantian AwardBeijing International Film FestivalBest ActressYi dai zong shi (2013)
2014Golden SwannCabourg Romantic Film FestivalCoup de Coeur
2014China Film Media AwardChinese Film Media AwardsBest ActressYi dai zong shi (2013)
2014Hong Kong Directors' Guild AwardHong Kong Directors Guild AwardsBest ActressYi dai zong shi (2013)
2014Hong Kong Film AwardHong Kong Film AwardsBest ActressYi dai zong shi (2013)
2014HKFCS AwardHong Kong Film Critics Society AwardsBest ActressYi dai zong shi (2013)
2014HKSC AwardHong Kong Society of Cinematographers (HKSC) AwardsMost Charismatic ActressYi dai zong shi (2013)
2013Knight of the Order of Arts and LettersOrder of Arts and Letters, FranceOn June 27, 2013
2013Asia Pacific Screen AwardAsia Pacific Screen AwardsBest Performance by an ActressYi dai zong shi (2013)
2013Best ActressAsia-Pacific Film FestivalYi dai zong shi (2013)
2013Chunyan AwardChunyan AwardsBest ActressMo shu wai zhuan (2011)
2013Golden Horse AwardGolden Horse Film FestivalBest Leading ActressYi dai zong shi (2013)
2013Huabiao Film AwardHuabiao Film AwardsOutstanding ActressYi dai zong shi (2013)
2013Huading AwardHuading AwardBest Performance by an Actress in a Motion PictureYi dai zong shi (2013)
2012NYCFF AwardNew York Chinese Film Festival, USOutstanding Asian Artist
2012China Film Directors' Guild AwardChina Film Director's Guild AwardsBest ActressMo shu wai zhuan (2011)
2012Outstanding Contribution to Chinese CinemaChinese Film Media Awards
2011Lancia AwardRome Film FestMo shu wai zhuan (2011)
2011Shanghai Film Critics AwardShanghai Film Critics AwardsBest ActressMo shu wai zhuan (2011)
2011Jury AwardFirst Youth Film FestivalMost Popular ActressMo shu wai zhuan (2011)
2011Huading AwardHuading AwardOutstanding Achievements
2010Jury AwardFirst Youth Film FestivalMost Popular ActressMei Lanfang (2008)
2009Iron Elephant AwardIron Elephant Film AwardsBest Supporting ActressMei Lanfang (2008)
2009Huabiao Film AwardHuabiao Film AwardsOutstanding ActressMei Lanfang (2008)
2008Outstanding Contribution to Chinese CinemaShanghai International Film Festival
2005Hong Kong Film AwardHong Kong Film AwardsBest Actress2046 (2004)
2005HKFCS AwardHong Kong Film Critics Society AwardsBest Actress2046 (2004)
2005Huabiao Film AwardHuabiao Film AwardsOutstanding ActressShi mian mai fu (2004)
2004China Film Media AwardChinese Film Media AwardsBest Actress - Mainland ChinaZi hudie (2003)
2004Golden RoosterGolden Rooster AwardsBest ActressMo li hua kai (2004)
2001Independent Spirit AwardIndependent Spirit AwardsBest Supporting FemaleWo hu cang long (2000)
2001MTV Movie AwardMTV Movie AwardsBest FightWo hu cang long (2000)
2001OFTA Film AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Supporting ActressWo hu cang long (2000)
2001OFTA Film AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Breakthrough Performance - FemaleWo hu cang long (2000)
2001Young Artist AwardYoung Artist AwardsBest Young Actress in an International FilmWo hu cang long (2000)
2001NETPAC AwardAsian Film Critics Association AwardsBest Supporting ActressWo hu cang long (2000)
2001CFCA AwardChicago Film Critics Association AwardsMost Promising ActressWo hu cang long (2000)
2001Golden BauhiniaGolden Bauhinia AwardsBest Supporting ActressWo hu cang long (2000)
2000Hundred Flowers AwardHundred Flowers AwardsBest ActressWo de fu qin mu qin (1999)
2000TFCA AwardToronto Film Critics Association AwardsBest Supporting Performance, FemaleWo hu cang long (2000)

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2013VVFP AwardVillage Voice Film PollBest Supporting ActressYi dai zong shi (2013)
2013Jury AwardBeijing Student Film FestivalBest ActressYi dai zong shi (2013)
2013Jury AwardFirst Youth Film FestivalMost Popular ActressWi-heom-han gyan-gye (2012)
2013Golden RoosterGolden Rooster AwardsBest ActressYi dai zong shi (2013)
2012Jury AwardBeijing Student Film FestivalBest ActressMo shu wai zhuan (2011)
2010Huading AwardHuading AwardBest Actress in a Motion PictureMei Lanfang (2008)
2010Iron Elephant AwardIron Elephant Film AwardsBest ActressFei chang wan mei (2009)
2009Golden Horse AwardGolden Horse Film FestivalBest Supporting ActressMei Lanfang (2008)
2009Golden RoosterGolden Rooster AwardsBest ActressMei Lanfang (2008)
2007Asian Film AwardAsian Film AwardsBest ActressYe yan (2006)
2006Hundred Flowers AwardHundred Flowers AwardsBest ActressShi mian mai fu (2004)
2006Image AwardImage AwardsOutstanding Actress in a Motion PictureMemoirs of a Geisha (2005)
2006MTV Movie AwardMTV Movie AwardsSexiest PerformanceMemoirs of a Geisha (2005)
2006ActorScreen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading RoleMemoirs of a Geisha (2005)
2006Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - DramaMemoirs of a Geisha (2005)
2006BAFTA Film AwardBAFTA AwardsBest Performance by an Actress in a Leading RoleMemoirs of a Geisha (2005)
2006Best ActressAsia-Pacific Film FestivalYe yan (2006)
2006Chlotrudis AwardChlotrudis AwardsBest Supporting Actress2046 (2004)
2005IOMAItalian Online Movie Awards (IOMA)Best Supporting Actress (Miglior attrice non protagonista)2046 (2004)
2005MTV Movie AwardMTV Movie AwardsBest FightShi mian mai fu (2004)
2005Satellite AwardSatellite AwardsOutstanding Actress in a Motion Picture, DramaMemoirs of a Geisha (2005)
2005BAFTA Film AwardBAFTA AwardsBest Performance by an Actress in a Leading RoleShi mian mai fu (2004)
2005Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest ActressShi mian mai fu (2004)
2005China Film Directors' Guild AwardChina Film Director's Guild AwardsBest ActressShi mian mai fu (2004)
2005China Film Media AwardChinese Film Media AwardsBest Actress2046 (2004)
2004Audience AwardChinese Film Media AwardsFavorite Actress - Mainland ChinaZi hudie (2003)
2004Golden Horse AwardGolden Horse Film FestivalBest Leading Actress2046 (2004)
2004Huabiao Film AwardHuabiao Film AwardsOutstanding ActressMo li hua kai (2004)
2003Golden BauhiniaGolden Bauhinia AwardsBest Supporting ActressYing xiong (2002)
2003Hong Kong Film AwardHong Kong Film AwardsBest Supporting ActressYing xiong (2002)
2002Blimp AwardKids' Choice Awards, USAFavorite Female Action HeroRush Hour 2 (2001)
2002MTV Movie AwardMTV Movie AwardsBest VillainRush Hour 2 (2001)
2001MTV Movie AwardMTV Movie AwardsBreakthrough Female PerformanceWo hu cang long (2000)
2001OFCS AwardOnline Film Critics Society AwardsBest Supporting ActressWo hu cang long (2000)
2001Teen Choice AwardTeen Choice AwardsFilm - Choice Breakout PerformanceWo hu cang long (2000)
2001BAFTA Film AwardBAFTA AwardsBest Performance by an Actress in a Supporting RoleWo hu cang long (2000)
2001Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest Supporting ActressWo hu cang long (2000)
2001Best Supporting ActressAsia-Pacific Film FestivalMusa (2001)
2001CFCA AwardChicago Film Critics Association AwardsBest Supporting ActressWo hu cang long (2000)
2001Hong Kong Film AwardHong Kong Film AwardsBest ActressWo hu cang long (2000)
2000ACCAAwards Circuit Community AwardsBest Actress in a Supporting RoleWo hu cang long (2000)
2000Golden Horse AwardGolden Horse Film FestivalBest Leading ActressWo hu cang long (2000)
2000Golden RoosterGolden Rooster AwardsBest ActressWo de fu qin mu qin (1999)

2nd Place Awards

2nd place awards

2nd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2006ICS AwardInternational Cinephile Society AwardsBest Supporting Actress2046 (2004)
2006NSFC AwardNational Society of Film Critics Awards, USABest Supporting Actress2046 (2004)
2005VVFP AwardVillage Voice Film PollBest Supporting Performance2046 (2004)
2000LAFCA AwardLos Angeles Film Critics Association AwardsBest Supporting ActressWo hu cang long (2000)

3rd Place Awards

3rd place awards

3rd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2005NYFCC AwardNew York Film Critics Circle AwardsBest Actress2046 (2004)


Filmography

Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Warrior2001Princess Bu-yong (as Zhang Ziyi)
Zu Warriors2001Joy (as Zhang Ziyi)
Rush Hour 22001Hu Li (as Zhang Ziyi)
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon2000Jen Yu (Mandarin version) / Jiao Long (English dubbed version) (as Zhang Ziyi)
Wo de fu qin mu qin1999Zhao Di, Young (as Zhang Ziyi)
Xing xing dian deng1996TV MovieChen Wei (as Zhang Ziyi)
God Particle2017post-production
Wu Wen Xi Dong2017post-productionWang Minjia
Luomandike xiaowang shi2016Xiao Liu
Zai shi jie de zhong xin hu huan ai2016Su Leqi
Long zai na li2015Phoenix (voice)
The Crossing 22015Yu Zhen
Oh My God2015Documentary shortAuntie
The Crossing2014/IYu Zhen
Coldplay: Magic2014Video shortCecile
Fei chang xing yun2013Sophie
Yue lai yue hao: Cun wan2013
The Grandmaster2013Gong Er
Wi-heom-han gyan-gye2012Du Fenyu
Mo shu wai zhuan2011Shang Qinqin
Jian guo da ye2009Gong Peng
Fei chang wan mei2009Sophie (as Zhang Ziyi)
Horsemen2009Kristin
Mei Lanfang2008Meng Xiaodong
TMNT2007Karai (voice)
Ye yan2006Empress Wan
Memoirs of a Geisha2005Sayuri
Operetta tanuki goten2005Tanukihime
Mo li hua kai2004Young Mo young Li young Hua
20462004Bai Ling
House of Flying Daggers2004Xiao Mei (as Zhang Ziyi)
Making of House of Flying Daggers2004Short
Jopog manura 2: Dolaon jeonseol2003The Triad Boss (as Zhang Ziyi)
Zi hudie2003Cynthia Ding Hui (as Zhang Ziyi)
Ying xiong2002Moon (as Zhang Ziyi)

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Fei chang xing yun2013performer: "Ai Yidian Love A Little"
Mei Lanfang2008performer: "Ni Dong Wo De Ai"
Operetta tanuki goten2005performer: "koi sumi tan'san' mizu", "itsu ka ouji sama to", "o suki na kami ha?", "omoi Shita ri masu na", "un'mei no wana"
House of Flying Daggers2004performer: "Beauty Song Jia Ren Qu"

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Oh My God2015Documentary short producer
Fei chang xing yun2013producer
Fei chang wan mei2009producer

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dragon Girls2016DocumentaryHerself
CNN Newsroom2014TV SeriesHerself
Extra2013TV SeriesHerself
Cinema 32013TV SeriesHerself
TV Festival Du Cannes 20112011TV MovieHerself
Lu Yu You Yue2011TV SeriesHerself
Zai yi qi2010DocumentaryHerself
Zhang Ziyi Travel Series2009TV Series documentaryHerself
World Film Report2009TV SeriesHerself
The Fabulous Picture Show2009TV SeriesHerself
The Metropolitan Opera HD Live2007TV SeriesHerself - Host
The 78th Annual Academy Awards2006TV SpecialHerself - Presenter: Best Film Editing
2006 Independent Spirit Awards2006TV Movie documentaryHerself
The Orange British Academy Film Awards2006TV Movie documentaryHerself
12th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards2006TV SpecialHerself
E! Live from the Red Carpet2006TV SeriesHerself
Film '722005TV SeriesHerself
MovieReal: Memoirs of a Geisha2005TV Movie documentaryHerself
Today2005TV SeriesHerself
The View2005TV SeriesHerself
The 11th China Movie Awards2005TV SpecialHerself-Winner:Best Actress
2005 MTV Movie Awards2005TV SpecialHerself - Presenter
The 77th Annual Academy Awards2005TV SpecialHerself - Co-Presenter: Best Visual Effects
On the Set: Memoirs of a Geisha2005TV Movie documentaryHerself / Sayuri
Making Magic Out of Mire2001Video documentaryHerself (as Zhang Ziyi)
2001 MTV Movie Awards2001TV SpecialHerself
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?2001TV SeriesHerself
The 2001 IFP/West Independent Spirit Awards2001TV SpecialHerself (as Zhang Ziyi)
Attaining International Stardom2001Video documentary shortHerself
Kung Fu Choreography2001Video documentary shortHerself
2000 Chun jie lian hua wan hui2000TV MovieHerself - Host

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Fashion Police2006TV SeriesHerself
Alberto Iglesias, el músico fiel2006TV Movie documentaryChiyo / Sayuri (uncredited)
101 Sexiest Celebrity Bodies2005TV MovieHerself - Place #16
Rank2002TV Series documentaryHerself
Ultimate Fights from the Movies2002Video documentaryJen Yu (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon)

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