Tian Qing (1935-june 2, 1993), born in Yexian County, Henan Province, is a famous actor from Hong Kong and Taiwan.
He was born in Shanghai in 1935. In 1949, he came to Hong Kong with his parents and went to San Yu middle school. After graduation, he went to seminary for two years and practiced preaching as a priest for nine months. In 1956, his parents passed away one after another. Based on his interest in movies, he joined the international company (later reorganized as Dianmao) as an actor in the Mandarin Group.
Tian Qing's first film was "green mountains and green valleys" (1956) directed by Yue Feng. The actors were newcomers Ding Hao, Su Feng, Lei Zhen, Lin Cang, etc. In the early stage, except for spring tide, which cooperated with Li Mei and Lin Cui, others appeared as supporting roles. He participated in many classic works of "Dianmao", such as "four thousand gold" (1957), "red baby" (1958), "happy event at home" (1959), "love of wild roses" (1960), "stars, moon and sun" (1961), and played for Lin Dai, Ge Lan, you min, Lin Cui, Ye Feng, Li Mei, Ding Hao, Zhang Yang, Lei Zhen, Chen Hou and other first-line stars.
In 1964, TEMAO once devoted herself to the development of Cantonese films, and Tian Qing, who spoke Cantonese fluently, was transferred to the Cantonese group as a junior student. He cooperated with Lin Feng and Bai Luming in old love and new love (1964), pearl Union (1965) and self indulgence (1966). Unfortunately, Lu Yuntao, the boss of Cathay Pacific, died in a plane crash in Taiwan. After the reorganization, Cathay Pacific reduced its scale and soon disbanded the Cantonese group. Tian Qing returned to the ranks of Mandarin films and successively participated in suoling (1966), sons and daughters in troubled times (1966), Chang'e running to the moon (1966), Su Xiaomei (1967), wild dragon (1967), long live my wife (1968), and so on YUEYE qintiao (1969) was a prominent actor in the same period. In 1969, he successively starred in such fashion or martial arts comedies as Monkey King's havoc in Hong Kong, nerve knife, riding the dragon's son-in-law (1969), Monkey King's wisdom over the yellow robe monster (1970) and monkey king's havoc in Hong Kong again (1971). With rich and exaggerated facial expressions and strong performing skills, he created a golden age of performing arts.
In the 1970s, he switched to "Shao" and returned to LVYE's business. He participated in "Strange Tales of the wind and the moon" (1972), "Happy Forest" (1972), "Pirates" (1973), "double beauties in the Golden Vase" (1974), "Little Angels of ghosts and horses" (1974), "Shenda" (1975), "funny stories of catching adultery" (1975), "strange case of Hong Kong" (1976), "romantic flowers and snow moon" (197) 6) In addition, he also wrote many works, such as the adventures of Emperor Qianlong (1976), Chu Liuxiang (1977), and a dream of Red Mansions (1977). In the 1980s, he was active in Hong Kong and Taiwan as a freelance actor. His works include "No.1 Tianzi" (1981), "night in Shanghai" (1984), "virgin fall" (1988), etc. He died in Hong Kong on June 2, 1993 at the age of 58.
It's hard to count the number of films I've been involved in all my life. It's conservatively estimated that there are more than 100.
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Deputy director of Chunguang (1970)
Chinese PinYin : Tian Qing
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