Guan Xiaojun is a Chinese actress. She is known for her roles in the films Left Ear and Darkness; and the television series To Be a Better Man. Dubbed the "daughter of the nation" in China, Guan Xiaojun is considered one of the "four actresses of the post-90s generation", along with Zheng Sang, Zhu Dong Ngu and Yangtze. ; and is one of CCTV's "Four New Dan Actresses of Post - '95" generation
|Born||September 17, 1997, Beijing, China|
|Other names||Gabrielle Guan|
|Alma mater||Beijing Film Academy|
|Parents||Guan Shaozeng (father), Li Jun (mother)|
|Relatives||Guan Xuezeng (grandfather)|
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|IMDb||Guan Xiaotong's IMDb|
First known as a child actor for her role in 2003's Nuan, she has since gone on to lead films like The Promise and The Left Ear. She has also scored television roles as well, starring in To Be A Better Man and Sweet Combat.
She was only four years old when she made her acting debut in the award-winning film Nuan.
She won Best Supporting Actress at the Hengdian Wenrong Awards for her role in A Master of Two Servants.
She was born into a family of actors, following in the footsteps of her father, Guan Shaoceng, who was also an actor. She began a relationship with her Sweet Combat costar Lu Han in 2017.
- Chinese child actress
- Beijing actress
- Beijing Film Academy alumni
- Manchu people
- Chinese actresses of the 21st century
- Chinese TV actresses
- Chinese film actress
Latest information about Guan Xiaotong updated on June 14 2021.