On November 29, Netease Entertainment reported that Liu Guangning, the dubbing actor of Shanghai film translation factory, died in Shanghai in the early morning of June 25 at the age of 81. It is reported that Liu Guangnings memorial meeting will be held in Shanghai at 2:00 p.m. on November 30. Due to the limited number of participants during the epidemic, the organizers will conduct synchronous live network broadcast.
Born in Hong Kong in 1939, Liu Guangning moved to Shanghai. He is a famous dubbing artist and a national first-class actor. She was admitted to the Shanghai film translation studio in 1960, and participated in the dubbing of about 1000 Chinese and foreign films (plays), including the broken blue bridge, the tragedy on the Nile, the caravan, the love of life and death, Tess, the blood tears of a lone star, and the legend of Tianyun mountain. She is known as the princess behind the silver screen. Liu Guangning was awarded the best female dubbing actor award in the 5th Golden Eagle Award of popular TV. His films (plays) and recorded radio and TV literary works won the excellent film award of the Ministry of culture, the flying sky award of Chinese TV series and the Magnolia Award for many times
Source: Netease Entertainment editor: Chen Shaojie_ b6952