Fan Bingbing Is The 4th Highest Paid Actress In The World, Plus 7 Looks She Slayed On & Off Set
If you were too busy caught up in the fact that Jennifer Lawrence is the highest paid actress in the world, then chances are you missed the news that a famous Chinese actress came closely behind her. Following Scarlett Johansson and Melissa McCarthy, Fan Bingbing is the fourth highest paid actress in the world with an income of $21 million. Not only is she surrounded by some of the most successful American actresses, Fan Bingbing is also the only Chinese actress listed on Forbes' list of The World's Highest Paid Actresses 2015. But honestly, considering Bingbing's successful career background, seeing her among the top five doesn't really come as a surprise.
After topping the Forbes China Celebrity 100 list from 2013 to 2015 (and being within the top 10 on the list since 2006), Fan Bingbing has been experiencing nothing but success for what seems like the past decade. You probably know her as Blink from X-Men: Days of Future Past, however, her stardom actually began even further back in 1999. She was 18 years old when she began gaining recognition from playing a supporting role in the Chinese television drama, My Fair Princess. Now, at the age of 33, Bingbing has established herself as the fourth wealthiest actress in the world. So many snaps!
In celebration, let's take a look at some of her most fabulous looks that she slayed on and off set.
1. Cannes Film Festival 2015
She looks so gorg in this floral Marchesa gown.
2. Paris Fashion Week
I can't get over the look she wore for the Louis Vuitton show at the 2015 Paris Fashion Week. Love the edginess!
3. Premiere of "Lady of the Dynasty"
The cape on this Ralph & Russo gown is everything.
4. "The Empress of China"
Her red smoky eye is perfect.
She pulls off those green colored contacts flawlessly.
6. Vogue China 2014
This is from last year's September issue. Love her minimalistic makeup look!
7. Met Gala 2015
As the tabloids were busy taking shots of RiRi's beautiful Guo Pei gown, they missed Bingbing's Christopher Bu dress, which was appropriately inspired by the Forbidden City in Beijing.