Jiang Qinqin (born September 3, 1975) is a Chinese actress. She is sometimes credited as Shui Ling , a stage name given to her by Taiwanese writer Chiung Yao while she was involved in the production of the television series Tears in Heaven.
Jiang started learning Beijing Opera at the age of 10 and entered the Beijing Film Academy in 1994 after attaining first place in the entrance examination. She graduated from the academy four years later and joined Beijing Film Studio. In 1997, she starred in Tears in Heaven, an adaptation of a novel by Chiung Yao. Following that, she played a number of tragic roles, including Gu Manlu in Affair of Half a Lifetime (2002), Mu Nianci in The Legend of the Condor Heroes (2003), and Niu Hongmei in A Loud Slap (2004).
Jiang married actor Chen Jianbin on February 22, 2006, whom she co-starred with in Qiao’s Grand Courtyard. Their son was born on January 8, 2007.
Name: Jiang Qin Qin
English name: Angel
Also known as: ? Shui Ling
Birthplace: Chongqing, China
Star sign: Virgo
Chinese zodiac: Rabbit
Blood type: A
Family: Husband/actor Chen Jian Bin and son (born 2007-Jan-08)