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Bing Yin

Highest Rated: 37% From Paris With Love (2010)

Lowest Rated: 37% From Paris With Love (2010)

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Bing Yin, often credited as Bing Ying and occasionally as Yin Bing, is a French-Chinese actor who works almost exclusively in the French film industry, most often in small roles in comedy and action films in which he is often referred to or credited as some variant of the sobriquet "Le Chinois," or The Chinese Man. The actor made his debut in 1998's "La mort du chinois," a surreal comedy by Jean-Louis Benoît. A smaller role in the gentle comedy "Man of My Life" followed, but in 2000, Yin had his first starring role in the adoption drama "Half of Heaven." That same year, Yin made his television debut in the miniseries "Rastignac ou les ambitieux," based on the classic French novel "La comédie humaine" by Honoré de Balzac. By this point in his career, Yin's path was largely set: alternating between film and television, he worked primarily in small supporting parts. His films during this period included the action comedy "The Race," a screwball comedy about four hapless adventurers on a quest for riches, and the period-piece comedy thriller "OSS 117: Lost In Rio," an affectionate send-up of 1960s spy film clichés including mod clothes, bossa nova music, and suave international couriers. His highest profile role in years came as a villain in 2010's "From Paris With Love," a crime thriller starring John Travolta and Jonathan Rhys Meyers.

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From Paris With Love



No Score Yet No Score Yet Win Win Chang (Character) - 2013
37% 54% From Paris With Love Wong (Character) $24.0M 2010
No Score Yet No Score Yet Half of Heaven Zhao (Character) - 2000