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Zhang Lanxin (born 21 June 1986) is a Chinese actress.[1][2][3][4] She is noted for her role as Bonnie in the film CZ12.[5][6]

Zhang Lanxin
Zhang Lanxin 2012.jpg
Zhang Lanxin in 2012.
Native name
Born (1986-07-21) 21 July 1986 (age 32)
EducationBeijing Sport University
Years active2010 - present
Notable work
Police Story 2013
Kung Fu Killer
Zhang Lanxin
Traditional Chinese張藍心
Simplified Chinese张蓝心



Zhang Lanxin was born and raised in Beijing. Lanxin graduated from Beijing Sport University. Lanxin was serving in the China National Taekwondo Team before she entered the entertainment industry. In 2004, she was the champion in the National Taekwondo Championships (55 kilograms).

In 2012, Lanxin made her film debut in CZ12, a Hong Kong-Chinese action film co-produced, written, directed by, and starring Jackie Chan. Lanxin won the Best New Performer at the 9th Huading Awards, and was nominated for the Best New Performer Award at the Beijing College Student Film Festival and the 32nd Hong Kong Film Awards. At the same year, she won the Most Potential Movie Actress Award at the LeTV Awards and the Best New Performer Award at the MSN Fashion Party Awards. Lanxin was cast in Police Story 2013, a Chinese-Hong Kong action crime film directed and written by Ding Sheng, and starring Jackie Chan.

In 2014, Lanxin starred in a romantic comedy film called Who Moved My Dream with Leon Jay Williams and Viona Wang Xi-Yao.



Year English Title Chinese Title Role Notes
2012 CZ12 《十二生肖》 Bonnie
2013 Police Story 2013 《警察故事2013》
2014 Who Moved My Dream 《谁动了我的梦想》
2015 Money Game 《黄金福将》
Who Am I 2015 《我是谁2015》
2016 Skiptrace Ting
Railroad Tigers 《铁道飞虎》 Yuko
2017 Guns and Kidneys 《枪炮腰花》 Dong Feifei


Year English Title Chinese Title Role Notes
2013 Happy Camp 《快乐大本营》 herself
2016 Takes a Real Man 《真正男子汉》 herself

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2013 9th Huading Award Best New Performer CZ12 Won
Hong Kong Film Awards Nominated
Beijing College Student Film Festival Nominated
MSN Fashion Party Award Won
2013 LeTV Award Most Potential Movie Actress Won


  1. ^ "Zhang Lanxin".
  2. ^ "Premiere of "Chinese Zodiac" in Beijing". MSN. 2012.
  3. ^ "Zhang Lan Xin»Photostream". 2014.
  4. ^ "Front Row at the Diane Von Furstenberg Show". 2014.
  5. ^ "Discussing the 'Dragon Girls': Yao Xingtong is a most qualified dragon girl; Zhang Lanxin is the best fighting woman". 2013.
  6. ^ "Jackie Chan's final action movie premieres in Beijing". Chinanews. 2012.

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