Dong Jie

| birth_place = Dalian, Liaoning, China | alma_mater = People's Liberation Army Academy of Art | occupation = | years_active = 2000–present | agent = Tibet Mulight Media Co.,Ltd. | spouse = Pan Yueming (2008–2012) | module = | s = | p = Dǒng Jié }} }} Dong Jie (, born 19 April 1980) is a Chinese actress and dancer.

Dong made her debut in Zhang Yimou's ''Happy Times'' (2000) (Yimou girl), playing a blind girl mistreated by her stepmother. Zhang selected Dong after a casting call on the Internet. Since then, she has starred in films and television series such as ''Sky Lovers'' (2002), ''Endless Love'' (2004), ''2046'' (2004) and ''Dragon Tiger Gate'' (2006). Her best known role to date is "Leng Qingqiu" in Li Dawei's ''The Story of a Noble Family'' (2003), adapted from a novel by Zhang Henshui. Provided by Wikipedia
by Blommaert, Jan.
Published 2010
Other Authors: ...Jie, Dong, 1975-...
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