Vivien, born on October 11th, 1992, in Changsha, Hunan is an actress from Mainland China. She graduated from Beijing Film Academy. In 2010, she played the role of Bai Ling in the historical film "White Deer Plain" directed by Wang Quan'an and came into the public eye. In 2013, she starred in Jia Zhangke's drama film "A Touch of Sin", which was released overseas and won critical acclaim. With this film, she participated in the 66th Cannes International Film Festival with the cast, becoming the first post-90s actress from the Mainland to step onto the international red carpet. In 2014, she starred in the rock and roll youth film "Rock Hero". In 2015, she filmed the police movie "Saving Mr. Wu". In the same year, she shot the youth films "Never Gone", "Ever Since We Love" and "Edge of Innocence", in which she portrayed a number of girls with very different personalities. Her aura and persistent personality became her prominent screen label. In 2016, she was nominated for Best Actress at the 23rd Beijing Student Film Festival for her starring role in the youth film "Young Love Lost", adapted from Lu Nei's novel of the same name. In the same year, she starred in "Lord of Shanghai", directed by Hu Xuehua, which was the closing film of the 18th Shanghai International Film Festival. In 2017, Vivien was again exposed to be part of Jiang Wen's new film "Hidden Man" and got much attention. In the same year, she starred in the movie "A Better Tomorrow 2018" as Mei Lin, which would be released on January 18th, 2018. On January 28th, 2018, Vivien won the"Collective Performance Award at the 34th Sundance Film Festival for her film "Dead Pigs", the only Chinese film to be nominated and awarded.