Liu Shishi

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Liu Shishi
Chinese name 劉詩詩 (traditional)
Chinese name 刘诗诗 (simplified)
Pinyin Líu Shīshī (Mandarin)
Jyutping Lau4 Si1 Si1 (Cantonese)
Birth name Líu Shīshī (刘诗施)
Ethnicity Hui
Origin Beijing, China
Born (1987-03-10) March 10, 1987 (age 31)
Beijing, China
Other name(s) Cecilia Liu
Occupation Actress, ballerina
Label(s) Tangren Media
Years active 2004 - present
Associated acts Hu Ge, Nicky Wu
Spouse(s) Nicky Wu (2015-present)
Ancestry Beijing, China

Liu Shishi (born March 10, 1987 in Beijing, China), also known by her English name Cecilia Liu, is a Chinese actress and ballerina. Liu Shishi is currently[when?] contracted with CES.[citation needed] In May 2012, she was nominated for, and won the "Magnolia Award" (白玉蘭獎) for the most popular actress for her role in Chinese time-travel drama Scarlet Heart. Liu Shishi acknowledged now-husband Nicky Wu on 13 November 2013 after the pair met on set in Scarlet Heart in 2011. Liu Shishi is now married to Taiwanese actor, Nicky Wu on 20 January 2015 when Nicky uploaded a picture of their two red marriage certificates and two wedding rings on Weibo.


Having been trained in ballet at the Beijing Dance Academy, Liu Shishi made her acting debut on the television drama series The Moon and the Wind (2005) in a leading role. She received acclaim for her performances in The Young Warriors (2006) and The Fairies of Liaozhai (2007). She rose to fame for her role as Mu Nianci in The Legend of the Condor Heroes (2008), and guest starred as her character's descendant in The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber (2009).[1] Her role as Long Kui in Chinese Paladin 3 broke her previous typecasting as a "gentle, kind, and understanding maiden"[2] and in A Weaver on the Horizon as the Song dynasty's princess, Zhao Jiayi. The portrayal for her character's gradual development from unruliness to maturity, gave both fans and critics a taste of her versatility and growing competence in challenging roles.[3]

The year 2011 saw Liu hit the jackpot with two successful dramas. She played the thief Yan Sanniang with aplomb in the wuxia action drama The Vigilantes In Masks. She donned the part of Ma'ertai Ruoxi (Zhang Xiao) in the critical and commercial time travel hit Scarlet Heart and has won various awards for her role.[citation needed] Liu also made her singing debut for the soundtrack of Scarlet Heart. Her feature film debut in the inspirational The Next Magic (2011), directed by Taiwanese filmmaker Zhuo Li,[4] saw a transition from her usual genre of historical drama. She has also filmed Scarlet Heart 2, a sequel of Scarlet Heart, reprising her role as the time traveler Zhang Xiao, which is completed on March 2013. The series premiered on April 22, 2014.[5][6]

Personal life

On 20 January 2015, Nicky Wu, her co-star in Scarlet Heart announced on his weibo that he and Liu had registered their marriage in Beijing.[7]


Year Title Role Notes
2012 The Next Miracle
Li Jiayi
2012 Sad Fairy Tale
Yang Jia
2013 Badges of Fury
Liu Jingshui
2013 A Moment of Love
Ji Yaqing
2014 Brotherhood of Blades
Zhou Miaotong
2014 Five Minutes to Tomorrow
Ruo Lan/Ru Mei
Year Title Role Notes
2005 The Moon and the Wind
Ye Fenghe(Yan Xiulian)
2006 The Legend of Lu Xiaofeng
Sun Xiuqing
2006 Flying Like a Butterfly
2006 The Young Warriors
Lady Luo
2007 The Fairies of Liaozhai
Xin Shisiniang
2008 The Legend of the Condor Heroes
Mu Nianci
2009 Chinese Paladin 3
Long Kui
2009 The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber
Yellow Dress Maiden (Lady Yang)
2010 Tale Of The Oriental Serpent
Yin Shuangshuang
2010 A Weaver on the Horizon
Zhao Jiayi
2011 The Vigilantes In Masks
Yan Sanniang
2011 Scarlet Heart
Ma'ertai Ruoxi / Zhang Xiao
2012 Xuan-Yuan Sword: Scar Of Sky
Taba Yu'er
2013 The Patriot Yue Fei
Lady Yang
2013 Angel's Happiness
Li Xiaohan Unreleased
2014 Scarlet Heart 2
Zhang Xiao/Lan Lan
2014 Sound of the Desert
Xin Yue/Jin Yu
TBA Sorry that I Fell in Love With You
Liu Yuting Unreleased
2014 Incisive Great Teacher
Lu Yunfei
2016 The Imperial Doctress
Tan Yunxian



Year Title Notes
2011 Scarlet Heart OST


  1. "《倚天》黄衫女子现身 刘诗诗接橄榄枝(附图)_影音娱乐_新浪网". Retrieved 2016-01-23.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  2. Chinese Paladin 3
  3. Chinese Entertainment Shanghai
  4. Yahoo! Movies
  5. ""Bu Bu Jing Qing" begins filming". Retrieved 2016-01-23.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  6. "《步步惊情》香港杀青添浪漫 模仿大黄鸭". Retrieved 2016-01-23.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  8. Liu Shishi at

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