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|Pinyin||Méi Tíng (Mandarin)|
30 April 1975|
Nanjing, Jiangsu, China
|Alma mater||Central Academy of Drama|
|Years active||1994 - present|
(m. 2001; div. 2007)
Zeng Jian (m. 2012)
In the 1980s, at age 7, Mei Ting enrolled in the "Art Troupe of Little Red Flowers”, a famous art and performance group and school for talented children in Nan Jing, her home town. At age 9, she played a role in film The Moon in Moon Festival. When she was 13, she started her career as a dancer in “Song & Dance Troupe of Frontier Line”. At 19 in 1994. she was invited to play a major role in the TV series Red Cherry.
In 1996, Mei Ting was admitted into the prestige Central Academy of Drama  in Beijing, Department of Acting. Among her classmates were Zhang Zi-yi, Qin Hailu , Yuan Quan  and Hu Jing , dubbed as the “Five Golden Flowers of the Class 1996". During her college years, she was already invited to act in a number of TV series. To everyone's surprise, the second year after her enrollment, she made a difficult decision to suspend her college study to dedicate herself fully to the appointed roles in a number of TV series.
In 1997, she played the role as “Qiu Qiu” in 《A Time to Remember》, with Leslie Cheung being “Jin”, as a true to life character with exact and elaborate portrayal as well as exquisite depiction. She won the "Best Actress" award for her role in this film at the 22nd Cairo International Film Festival. As an industrious and productive actress, Mei Ting acted in more than 10 movies and TV series between 1997 and 2001, including 《Dragon Boat Regatta》, 《Heart Web》, 《Home》, and 《In the Next Life》, etc.
|1997||A Time to Remember|
|1999||Dragon Boat Regatta|
|2004||Symbol of Love|
|2008||The Desire of Hearts|
|2013||Unbeatable||Wang Mingjun/Wong Ming-kwun/Gwen|
|2015||Crazy New Year’s Eve|
|1994||Pure Red Hearts|
|1997||The Story of the North|
|2000||One Big Family|
|2001||One More Try|
|2001||Dating in the Aquarium|
|2001||Don't Talk to the Strangers|
|2001||Huo Yuanjia||Nong Jingqiu|
|2002||Blessing of Safety|
|2002||Green Luo Flower|
|2003||Who to Depend on|
|2003||In the Next Life|
|2005||Close to You, Warm Me|
|2005||The Spring of the City|
|2007||Make Sure be Happy|
|2008||Xingfu Hai Youduo Yuan|
|2017||The First Half of My Life|
|2018||The Rise of Phoenixes||Ya Le|
|1998||Everyone has a Bright Red Heart|
- 1997 22nd Cairo International Film Festival – Best Actress (A Time To Remember)
- 1998 China Film Huabiao Award – Best Actress
- 6th Beijing TV Arts Chunyan Award – Best Actress
- 2002 Popular Television – Top 10 Actress
- 2003 Golden Eagle TV Festival – Best Actress
- 2003 CCTV – Top Audience Choice Actors
- Mei Ting Dubs for Olympic Mascots Cartoon Film
- One director, two knife wounds, three actresses and four gangsters Archived 2011-10-08 at the Wayback Machine.
- Delley, Derek (June 25, 2013). "Unbeatable". Film Business Asia. Retrieved July 9, 2013.
- "Spy thriller to hit screens this month". China Daily. July 10, 2017.
- Mei Ting at imdb.com
- Mei Ting at chinesemov.com