Ding LAN loved music and dance since childhood. At the age of 9, she began to learn violin and train basic dance skills. At the age of 11, she was admitted to the dance training class of Henan song and dance troupe, and at the age of 12, she was admitted to the actor class of Henan Opera school.
In 1981, he graduated from drama school and assigned to Henan provincial troupe, then transferred to Beijing film studio actor troupe.
In 1979, he was admitted to the central song and dance troupe. In the same year, he took part in the shooting of the feature film Lijiang spring. In school, he played the leading role in Henan Opera red light, broken bridge, umbrella and Golden branch.
In 1981, he graduated from the drama school and assigned to the Henan provincial troupe, rehearsing the drama "fifteen cases of divorce investigation and analysis", "fifteen moon", and then transferred to Beijing film studio actor troupe.
In the summer of 1981, he was discovered by director Zhang Xinyan and starred in the action movie Shaolin Temple. As the heroine of the film, Bai Wujin entered the performing arts circle.
In 1985, he acted in the action movie Shaolin Laijia disciple, as the heroine Caixia.
In 1982, he starred in the plot film "flying crane" and played the ballet dancer egret.
In 1984, he acted in the Hong Kong martial arts movie Shaolin boy, playing the heroine Er Feng.
In 1986, she acted in the martial arts movie "Thirteen chivalrous girls" and acted as the thirteen girls; in the same year, she acted as the heroine Wang Dingyun in the traditional Chinese drama "lift the sedan chair".
In 1987, he acted in the plot movie "Dongling robber", playing the heroine Shen zuohong.
In 1989, he played Jia Xichun in the drama a dream of Red Mansions, Shi Yun in the TV play Yufen, and Lixin in the TV play hunduanbiyun nunnery.
In 1991, Ding LAN went to Singapore and worked as an actor in Singapore Radio and television station. In the same year, she joined Singapore.
In 2000, he appeared in the Singapore TV series family affairs.
In 2001, he returned to Beijing to do business.
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Ding LAN is a modern woman who has the courage to choose and is loyal to her own temperament. In the 1980s, Ding LAN, the actress who played tanzong's only daughter and "shepherdess" in Shaolin Temple, was the "goddess" in the minds of countless teenagers. (Sohu media review)
Ding LAN likes sports, study and nature in her life, but she is also an introverted and quiet woman. Good physical fitness, basic skills of dance, martial arts and duality of character are the reasons why directors are willing to choose her to play the ancient chivalrous woman. Ding LAN does not want to set a frame for himself, and tries to open up his own way of play. (Netease News Review)
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