Sun Li Husband, Net Worth, Age, Height, Bio, Movies, TV Shows & Awards

Sun Li Age: 40 years

Sun Li Age, Bio & Wiki:

Sun Li otherwise called Susan Sun, is a Chinese actress. She was conceived at 26 September 1982. Presently, she is 40 years
old. In 2018, she turned into the most youthful Chinese on-screen actress to win the “Excellent Slam”, subsequent to winning the three greatest honors, the Flying Apsaras Awards, Golden Eagle Awards and the Magnolia Awards. Sun positioned 22nd on Forbes China Celebrity 100 rundown in 2013, 30th in 2014, sixth in 2015, thirteenth in 2017, and 22nd in 2019. See more about Sun Li husband, personal life, family, movies & more below.

Professional Career:

In 2003, author and TV producer Hai Yan chose her for the female lead in the TV series Goddess of Mercy. Sun got overwhelmingly positive input from spectators for her depiction of A Xin, and rose to popularity in China as one of the most encouraging youthful on-screen actress. In 2006, Sun won the Best Newcomer grant at the 28th Hundred Flowers Awards for her presentation in Huo Yuanjia co-featuring Jet Li. She at that point featured nearby Huang Xiaoming in Shanghai Bund (2007), a territory redo of the 1980 TV series The Bund.

Sun increased far reaching acknowledgment by playing Zhen Huan in the widely praised verifiable show, Empresses in the Palace. She was named for an International Emmy Award in the Best Actress classification for her role. For her role as a free mother in Hot Mom! (2013), Sun won the Best Actress grant at the twentieth Shanghai Television Festival. She additionally won the Most Popular Actress grant at the tenth China Golden Eagle TV Arts Festival.

In 2015, Sun played Queen Dowager Xuan, the principal stateswoman in China, in recorded show The Legend of Mi Yue. The arrangement was a business achievement, and recorded the most noteworthy appraisals of the year. Sun won her second Best Actress trophy at the 22nd Shanghai Television Festival. That year, Sun tested her first parody job in Devil and Angel, coordinated by her better half Deng Chao.

In 2017, Sun played the main character in the period show Nothing Gold Can Stay, based off a genuine story of Zhou Ying, a maturing agent who takes on the duties from her dead spouse and starts remaking their business domain without any preparation. For her exhibition in the job, Sun was granted the Outstanding Actress grant at the Flying Apsaras Awards. In 2018, Sun featured in Zhang Yimou’s recorded film, Shadow as the female lead. In 2019, Sun was cast in the dramatization Your Home Is My Business as a star property specialist.

Sun Li Husband,  Married & Children:

Sun and on-screen actor Deng Chao enrolled their marriage in 2010 and held an official wedding service in 2011 when she was five months pregnant. They have two youngsters, a child named Deng Han Zhi (conceived in November 2011) and a girl named Deng Han Yi (conceived in May 2014). Sun communicated her remain against creature cold-bloodedness by showing up in PETA Asia’s enemy of hide advertisement in 2010. See more about Sun Li husband, dating history, boyfriends list, kids, son, daughter more below.

Sun Li Net Worth:

Sun Li net worth is estimated to be 1 Million – 5 Million Dollar (Approx).


  • Fearless (2006)
  • Painted Skin (2008)
  • Iron Road (2009)
  • Just Another Pandora’s Box (2010)
  • The Lost Bladesman (2011)
  • Mural (2011)
  • Just Another Margin (2014)
  • The Breakup Guru (2014)
  • Devil and Angel (2015)
  • Shadow (2018)


  • Romance in the Rain (2001)
  • Goddess of Mercy (2003)
  • A Ray of Sunshine (2004)
  • Emerald on the Roof (2005)
  • Shanghai Bund (2007)
  • Tian Mi Mi (2008)
  • Auntie Duohe (2009)
  • Hot Mom! (2013)
  • Nothing Gold Can Stay (2017)
  • Your Home Is My Business (2020)
  • Last Romance (2020)

Winning Awards:

  • 22nd China TV Golden Eagle Awards
  • 14TH Chunyan Awards
  • 28TH Hundred Flowers Awards
  • 2ND Roma FictionFest Awards
  • 27TH Flying Apsaras Awards
  • 25TH Gemini Awards
  • 4TH China TV Drama Awards
  • 2ND Asia Rainbow TV Awards
  • 20TH Shanghai Television Festival Awards
  • 31ST Flying Apsaras Awards