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Liu Jiang was born on 8 February, 1969 in Changdao County, Yantai, China, is a Television director, producer, screenwriter.

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Occupation Television director, producer, screenwriter
Age 51 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 8 February 1969
Birthday 8 February
Birthplace Changdao County, Yantai, China
Nationality
China

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His wife is Wang Tong (m. 1997)

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Liu Jiang Net Worth

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2018

In 2018, Liu directed the romance television series The Way We Were, it stars Tiffany Tang and Luo Jin, and aired on both Dragon Television and Beijing Television.

2016

In 2016, Liu was confirmed as director of Let’s Fall in Love, a romantic comedy television series starring Zhang Jingchu, Zhang Xinyi, Qin Lan, Yuan Hong, and Ming Dao. It is the sequel to Let’s get married.

2013

In 2013, he was hired to direct Let’s get married, for which he received three Best Director Awards at the 18th Chunyan Awards, the 20th Shanghai Television Festival, and the 27th Golden Eagle Awards, the China Television Artists Association’s equivalent to the Emmys. The drama stars Huang Haibo and Gao Yuanyuan and was one of the most watched ones in CCTV while it was aired in mainland China in that year.

2011

In 2011, he directed Enemies Among Us, based on Mai Jia’s novel of the same name.

2010

Liu rose to fame after directing A Beautiful Daughter-in-law Era (2010), which earned him an Outstanding Director Award at the 28th Flying Apsaras Awards. That same year, he also directed Before Dawn, for which he won the Most Popular Director Award at the 17th Shanghai Television Festival and was nominated for the Best Director Award.

2008

In 2008 Liu made his film debut Set Off, a comedy film starring Liu Hua, Fan Wei and Ju Wenpei. It won the Best Directorial Debut Award at the 16th Beijing College Student Film Festival. That same year, he directed Suiyue, which marked his second cooperation with Mei Ting and Yu Hewei. Liu was signed to direct the comedy television series Fathers and Mothers in the following year, it was broadcast in QTV-1 in May 2009.

2007

In 2007, he directed Snowwolf, a television series adaptation based on the novel of the same name by Quan Yongxian.

2005

In 2005, he directed Ju Zhong Ju. The series stars Xu Qing, Yu Hewei, Yin Tao, and Bao Lei.

2003

In 2003, Liu made his directorial debut Iron Youth, a gangster television series starring Jiang Wu, Mei Ting, Pan Yueming, and Han Yuqin.

1993

Liu began dating his alumna Wang Tong (王彤 ) in July 1993. They married in Beijing in 1997.

1969

Liu Jiang (Chinese: 刘江 ; born 8 February 1969) is a Chinese television director, producer and screenwriter best known for his work Before Dawn, A Beautiful Daughter-in-law Era and Let’s get married.

Liu was born on February 8, 1969, in Changdao County, Shandong, with his ancestral home in Ningxiang, Hunan. In 1976, The family moved back to their hometown Ningxiang, where he attended the Ningxiang No. 1 High School. In 1988 he was accepted to the Beijing Film Academy, majoring in acting. After graduation in 1992, he was assigned to the Oriental Song and Dance Company as a singer.