Hannah Quinlivan

Hannah Quinlivan

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  • First Name: Hannah
  • Family Name: Quinlivan
  • Native name: 昆凌
  • Also Known as: Kun Ling; Hannah 汉娜
  • Nationality: Australian
  • Gender: Female
  • Born: August 12, 1993
  • Age: 25

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Hannah Quinlivan

Hannah Quinlivan

  • Name: Hannah Quinlivan
  • Native name: 昆凌
  • Also Known as: Kun Ling; Hannah 汉娜
  • Nationality: Australian
  • Gender: Female
  • Born: August 12, 1993
  • Age: 25
Hannah Quinlivan (born 12 August 1993), also known as Kun Ling (Chinese: 昆凌; pinyin: Kūn Líng), is a Taiwanese actress and model.

Hannah Quinlivan was born to Chinese-Korean mother Violet Wu and Australian father Patrick Quinlivan in Wanhua District, Taipei, Taiwan, on August 12, 1993. Her grandmother is from Xi'an, Shaanxi. She has an older half sister from her maternal side and a younger half brother from her paternal side. She graduated from Juang Jing Vocational High School. She took an eight-week short course in film production and acting at New York Film Academy.

Quinlivan began her career by appearing in Blackie's Teenage Club in 2008. She became a guest host in I Love The Man in December 2011.

She made her acting debut in Ti Amo Chocolate in 2012, playing Peng Kaili.

Quinlivan's first film role was an uncredited appearance in the film Step Back to Glory (2013). That same year, she had a minor role as Lin Jiayi in Amour et Pâtisserie.

In 2014, she appeared in Moon River, playing Lucy. She made a cameo appearance in the television series The Lying Game. She was cast in the lead role of Ren Yuhong in Heart Of Steel. She was cast in the film Twa-Tiu-Tiann, playing the former girlfriend of Chris Wang's character. In 2017, just three days after she gave birth to her second child, Quinlivan auditionied for her role in the action thriller film Skyscraper, which was released in 2018.

In November 2014, Quinlivan confirmed her relationship with singer and actor Jay Chou. The couple had been dating since 2010, but had first met each other when she was an employee of a clothing shop that Jay invested in during 2007 when she was 14. In December 2014, Chou announced that he would marry Quinlivan on his 36th birthday. Quinlivan holds dual Taiwanese and Australian citizenships.

Sarah Haywood planned their wedding in England] It took place in Selby Abbey, North Yorkshire on 17 January 2015, one day before Chou's birthday. A private wedding ceremony open to friends and family occurred on 9 February in Taipei. A third reception, this time in Australia, was held in March According to Chou's official Facebook page, the couple has been registered for marriage since July 2014. The couple have two children: daughter Hathaway (born July 2015) and son Romeo (born June 2017).

(Source: Wikipedia)
Drama
Year Title # Role Rating
2015 Moon River
Taiwanese Drama, 2015, 30 eps
Lu Xi / "Lucy" (Support Role)
30
Lu Xi / "Lucy"
Support Role
7.6
2015 Heart of Steel
Taiwanese Drama, 2015, 13 eps
Ren Yu Hong (Main Role)
13
Ren Yu Hong
Main Role
7.4
2014 The Lying Game
Taiwanese Drama, 2014, 13 eps
Guest of Hiu Ji (Guest Role)
13
Guest of Hiu Ji
Guest Role
6.2
2013 PMAM
Taiwanese Drama, 2013, 40 eps
Kun Ling (Guest Role)
40
Kun Ling
Guest Role
6.8
2012 Tiamo Chocolate
Taiwanese Drama, 2012, 80 eps
Kai Li (Support Role)
80
Kai Li
Support Role
7.3
Movie
Year Title Role Rating
2019 Father
Chinese Movie, 2019,
(Main Role)
Main Role
0.0
2013 Step back to glory
Taiwanese Movie, 2013,
Chang Jo Hsi (Support Role)
Chang Jo Hsi
Support Role
7.8
TV Show
Year Title # Role Rating
2018 Keep Running: Season 6
Chinese TV Show, 2018, 12 eps
(Ep. 2 & 3) (Guest)
12
(Ep. 2 & 3)
Guest
8.8
2015 Go Fridge
Chinese TV Show, 2015, 10 eps
(Ep.3-4) (Guest)
10
(Ep.3-4)
Guest
8.5
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