Zhao Tao

Zhao Tao at 2016 Cannes Film Festival | birth_place = Taiyuan, China | occupation = Actress,Producer | years_active = 1999-Present | spouse = Jia Zhangke (2012-Present) | awards = | module = }}

Zhao Tao (born 28 January 1977) is a Chinese actress. She works in China and occasionally Europe, and has appeared in 10 films and several shorts since starting her career in 1999. She is best known for her collaborations with her husband, director Jia Zhangke, including ''Platform'' (2000) and ''Still Life'' (2006). With ''Shun Li and the Poet'' (2011), she became the first Asian actress to win a prize at David di Donatello. She received two Golden Horse Award nominations for ''Mountains May Depart'' (2015), ''Ash Is Purest White'' (2018). Provided by Wikipedia

by Zhao, Tao
Published 2017
Springer Singapore