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Li Chen does not have any reported pets.
Li Chen, also known as Jerry Li, is a Chinese actor and director notable for his involvement in the much-loved variety program “Keep Running.” Additionally, he’s known for his roles in television series like “Beijing Love Story” (2012), “Beijing Youth” (2012), and “The Good Fellas” (2016), as well as films like “Ultimate Rescue” (2008) and “Aftershock” (2010). Li’s directorial debut came in 2017 with “Sky Hunter.” His acting journey began in 1997 with the TV series, “Seventeen Year-Olds Don’t Cry,” portraying a youthful, spirited character. Post a quiet phase in his career, he garnered attention in 2002 with his role in the palace romance drama “13th Princess,” eventually regaining fame through the 2006 drama “Soldiers Sortie” and the film “Assembly” (2007) by Feng Xiaogang.
Li Chen’s filmography encompasses a diverse range of roles. In 2008, he starred in “Ultimate Rescue,” earning him a China Movie Channel Media Award. The subsequent years saw him in impactful roles in “Aftershock” (2010), for which he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the Hundred Flowers Awards, “Beijing Love Story” (2012), a romantic drama he also produced, and “The Good Fellas” (2016), winning Best Television Series at the Shanghai Television Festival. He further showcased his versatility by venturing into directing with “Sky Hunter” (2017), China’s first aerial warfare film.
Throughout his career, Li Chen has received several nominations and awards. He won the Best Newcomer award at the China Movie Channel Media Awards and was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the Hundred Flowers Awards for “Aftershock” (2010). The Good Fellas also received the Best Television Series award at the Shanghai Television Festival.