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Chinese actress Chen Hao became a favorite face during Seoul's International TV Festival held in the capital city of South Korea. In fact, she was awarded the top trophy for an actress at the festival for her portrayal of a charming woman during the 1940s in China. Famous for playing roles that require a pretty face, this role helped Chen prove that she also has seasoned acting skills. That put's Chen Hao on top of today's The List.

Chen Hao was born in 1979 in the coastal city of Qingdao, in Shandong province. Even before she graduated from the Central Academy of Drama as an acting major, she had already made quite a few screen appearances.

Because of her sweet-looking face, she was chosen to play in the film "Mountain, People, and Dog", the TV series "Lu Buwei, the Hero in Times of Disorder" and "Li Wei, the Magistrate". She was also cast in the lead role for the play "The First Close Contact", based on the popular website novel of the same name. Through these various roles, Chen gained her initial acting experiences.

It was not until 2003 that Chen became widely known by Chinese audiences. That's when she played in the TV series "Pink Ladies", adapted from hit cartoon series penned by Taiwan cartoonist Zhu Deyong. In the series, Chen plays a role called "Charming Lady in the Eyes of Every Men". This character has a charming face and figure, worships money, is complacent when courted by countless wooers, and refuses marriage. After the release of the TV series, Chen Hao began to be called by her role's name due to her apt portrayal of the "man killer". Later, Chen went on to play in another comedy adapted by Zhu Deyong's cartoon "Double Sound Cracker", although she did not received as much acclaim as for the "Pink Ladies".

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