Jia Hongsheng (simplified Chinese: 贾宏声; traditional Chinese: 賈宏聲; pinyin: Jiǎ Hóngshēng; 19 March 1967 – 5 July 2010) was a Chinese actor who became known in the late 1980s and early 1990s for roles in movies like The Case of the Silver Snake (1988), Good Morning, Beijing (1991), A Woman from North Shaanxi (1993) and Weekend Lover (1995). His performances were praised by critics and he developed a rebellious image that made him popular among artistic youth and the "Sixth Generation" of Chinese directors.

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  • Jia Hongsheng (simplified Chinese: 贾宏声; traditional Chinese: 賈宏聲; pinyin: Jiǎ Hóngshēng; 19 March 1967 – 5 July 2010) was a Chinese actor who became known in the late 1980s and early 1990s for roles in movies like The Case of the Silver Snake (1988), Good Morning, Beijing (1991), A Woman from North Shaanxi (1993) and Weekend Lover (1995). His performances were praised by critics and he developed a rebellious image that made him popular among artistic youth and the "Sixth Generation" of Chinese directors. However, he backed away from the limelight in 1995 after becoming addicted to cannabis and eventually heroin. His father, head of the local theatre in Jilin, retired two years before his retirement age, and along with his wife moved to Beijing to try to help Jia. He made a comeback in 2000, starring in the celebrated Suzhou River. The following year he starred in the film he is best known for to Western audiences, the autobiographical Quitting. It depicts his battle with addiction and his family trying to help him sober up, with all of the cast members being real people playing themselves. (en)
  • 贾宏声(1967年3月19日-2010年7月5日)汉族,原中国国家话剧院男演员,吉林省四平市人。1989年本科毕业于中央戏剧学院。2000年主演张扬导演的仿纪录片式故事片《昨天》,演绎了染毒、戒毒期的自己。2010年7月5日18点左右,他在北京市朝阳区安苑北里小区19号楼第14层坠楼身亡,年仅43岁。 (zh)
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  • 贾宏声(1967年3月19日-2010年7月5日)汉族,原中国国家话剧院男演员,吉林省四平市人。1989年本科毕业于中央戏剧学院。2000年主演张扬导演的仿纪录片式故事片《昨天》,演绎了染毒、戒毒期的自己。2010年7月5日18点左右,他在北京市朝阳区安苑北里小区19号楼第14层坠楼身亡,年仅43岁。 (zh)
  • Jia Hongsheng (simplified Chinese: 贾宏声; traditional Chinese: 賈宏聲; pinyin: Jiǎ Hóngshēng; 19 March 1967 – 5 July 2010) was a Chinese actor who became known in the late 1980s and early 1990s for roles in movies like The Case of the Silver Snake (1988), Good Morning, Beijing (1991), A Woman from North Shaanxi (1993) and Weekend Lover (1995). His performances were praised by critics and he developed a rebellious image that made him popular among artistic youth and the "Sixth Generation" of Chinese directors. (en)
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