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Bai Ling Net Worth:
Bai Ling Net Worth:
Bai Ling Net Worth $3 Million
Bai Ling is a Chinese-American performer who has a net worth of $3 million. Bai Ling was born in 1966 in Chengu, Sichuan, China, to parents who worked in the entertainment industry. She enjoyed acting from a young age, and, after finishing middle school, was sent into a neighboring county to perform labor work. After passing several assessments, she became an artist soldier in Tibet until she was 17 years old. Ling typically appeared in musical theater in Tibet, but had a brief stint employed as a military nurse. She spent time in a mental institution following a rape that resulted in an abortion, and once she was from the hospital, she began working as a professional performer in stage productions.
Her feature film debut came in the mid-’80’s movie “On The Beach”. In the early ’90s, Ling moved to America to study at New York University, and became a citizen by the conclusion of the decade. In 2005, she posed nude for “Playboy” and later scored a part on VH1’s “But Can They Sing?”, where she brought interest for her provocative performances of “Like a Virgin”, “I Touch Myself”, and “I Wanna Be Sedated”. Ling made headlines in 2008 for her arrest at Los Angeles International Airport after she stole magazines and batteries, leading to a fine. Ling, who’s openly bisexual, appeared on an episode of “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew”, in 2011, which discussed her battle with alcoholism.
Ling was created into a creative family is Chinese-American actress’ father was a musician and teacher, while her mom had been a stage performer — but she was mostly raised by her grandmother after Ling’s parents ran afoul of Chinese authorities during the Cultural Revolution. However, the authoritarian atmosphere of the Army did not suit Ling, who found herself accused of insubordination for use of tobacco and alcohol. After the finish of her hitch with the Army, Ling joined a theatre group in Beijing, where she appeared in conventional Chinese plays in addition to dramas in the West. Ling started receiving small characters in Chinese films, and in 1988, Ling starred in Hu Guang, and attended the movie’s screening in the Moscow Film Festival; nevertheless, she was warned to not discuss political issues, particularly those related to the then-recent Tiananmen Square protests (in which Ling took part).
Ling traveled to NYC in the age of 21 in 1991 to study at New York University’s Department of Film, and to hone her craft in the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute; Ling arrived in New York not understanding a word of English, but soon mastered the language through daily submergence,and became a citizen in 1999. In 1994, Ling landed her first American movie character, as the villainous Myca in the dark fantasy The Crow.
|Birth date:||October 10, 1966|
|Birth place:||Chengdu, Sichuan, China|
|Height:||5' 3" (1.6 m)|
|Profession:||Actress, Producer, Writer|
|Education:||Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, New York University|
|Parents:||Bai Yuxiang, Chen Binbin|
|Siblings:||Bai Chen, Bai Jie|
|Awards:||Hong Kong Film Award for Best Supporting Actress, National Board of Review Award for Best Breakthrough Performance, San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Actress|
|Movies:||Crank: High Voltage, Red Corner, The Crow, The Gene Generation, Wild Wild West, Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, Anna and the King, Southland Tales, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, Love Ranch, Dumplings, Taxi 3, She Hate Me, Circle of Pain, Locked Down, A Beautiful Life, Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance, My Baby's Daddy, Man About Town, The Beautiful Country, Somewhere in the City, The Breed, Storm Watch, Lords of Dogtown, Clash of the Empires, Dim Sum Funeral, Chain Letter, 6 Ways To Die, The Bad Penny, Call Me King, The Gauntlet, Three... Extremes, The Lazarus Papers, The Key, Living & Dying, Comedy Makes You Cry, Point of Origin, Dead Funny, Dead Weekend, Boned, The Confidant, The Extreme Team, Paris, Nomad, The Monkey King, Edmond, Nixon, Row Your Boat, Enter the Samurai, Petty Cash, Corporate Cougars|