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(Taiwan Cover story Interview in 2001)" The drama quickly became a phenomenal sensation, appealing to large audiences in mainland China, Hong Kong, South Korea, and Southeast Asia.Lin rose to prominence and became a household name overnight.Originally picked for the role of Sai Ya, Lin was ultimately chosen by the company to play Zi Wei instead, as the actress scheduled to play the main role was unavailable."After it was decided that I played the role of Zi wei, I got the script only three days before I had to leave for filming.And that was also the first time I was leaving my native place for such a long time for filming and I had to overcome the challenges of being in an unfamiliar environment.Following high school graduation, Lin joined Jessie and Jones Entertainment Ltd When Lin received her first experience in front of the camera in 1995, for a minor role, she started to develop a passion for acting.After filming her first TV commercial, Lin caught the attention of TV and film directors, and many companies began seeking her for roles.
Best Producer 2011 The Glamorous Imperial Concubine Most Popular Actress (HK & Taiwan) 2010 Beauty's Rival in Palace 3 years after Lin made her acting debut in a TV commercial, she rose to national and regional prominence overnight for her role as Xia Ziwei in the TV series My Fair Princess (1998-1999).In 2003, she starred in three series - Half Life Fate (Pinyin: Ban Sheng Yuan) (adapted from Zhang Ailing’s novel Eighteen Springs), Boy & Girl and Flying Daggers.Lin was chosen for the female lead in the TV version of Half Life Fate; the film version was directed by Ann Hui, a well-known Asian director.In this series, Lin played Princess Jian Ning – a sassy, funny girl.This role demonstrated her acting range, since it differed from the nice, sweet image she had developed from her role in My Fair Princess.
With these films, she made inroads into the Hong Kong market.