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Jing Lusi

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Birth name Lu Sijing (陆思敬)
Nationality Chine
Birth 16 may 1978 (42 years) at Shanghai (Chine)

Jing Lusi (born 16 May 1978), born Lu Sijing (Chinese: 陆思敬), is a Chinese-born British actress. She is best known for her roles in the BBC television series Holby City and in the European premiere of Amy Herzog's award winning play 4000 Miles. She has also presented for the BBC, as well as being the focus, for the documentary My Chinese New Year.


Lusi lives in London. She has raised money for Cancer Research UK.

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Dominic Burns
Dominic Burns
(1 films)
Rowan Joffé
Rowan Joffé
(1 films)
Ed Shearmur
Ed Shearmur
(1 films)
Tamer Hassan
Tamer Hassan
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Martin Kemp
Martin Kemp
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Filmography of Jing Lusi (5 films)

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Before I Go to Sleep, 1h32
Directed by Rowan Joffé
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller
Themes Medical-themed films, Psychologie, Films about psychiatry, Films about disabilities
Actors Nicole Kidman, Mark Strong, Colin Firth, Anne-Marie Duff, Jing Lusi, Dean-Charles Chapman
Roles Nurse Kate
Rating63% 3.150923.150923.150923.150923.15092
Forty-year-old Christine Lucas wakes up in bed with a man she does not know, in an unfamiliar house. The man explains that he is her husband, Ben, and that she suffered brain damage from a car accident ten years earlier. Christine wakes up every morning with no memory of her life from her early twenties onwards.
Tezz (2012)
, 2h2
Directed by Priyadarshan
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action
Themes Films about music and musicians, Films about terrorism, Transport films, Aviation films, Rail transport films, Musical films, Dans un avion, Bollywood, Heist films, Gangster films, Escroquerie, Films about hijackings
Actors Anil Kapoor, Ajay Devgn, Mohanlal, Zayed Khan, Boman Irani, Kangana Ranaut
Rating39% 1.958661.958661.958661.958661.95866
Aakash Rana (Ajay Devgn), is an illegal immigrant married to British citizen Nikita (Kangna Ranaut) living as a successful engineer but is eventually caught and deported from the UK thus crushing his dreams of an ideal life. Four years later, Aakash returns with vengeance on his mind and teams up with his former employees Aadil Khan(Zayed Khan) and Megha (Sameera Reddy) to wreak some havoc. What follows is a bomb threat on a train and a tensed Railway Control officer Sanjay Raina (Boman Irani) and Anti-Terrorism officer Arjun Khanna (Anil Kapoor) trying every trick in the book to avert the disaster and to apprehend the culprits. Sanjay Raina trying his best to save his daughter Piya (Avika Gor) and the passengers in the train who are thrown in the mix are police officer Shivan Nair (Mohanlal) and his team of cops, who are escorting a prisoner on the same ill-fated train. Aakash demands 10 million euros and then he will tell how to disarm the bomb. The ministry does not want to give the money, but Khanna convinces them that the money will be given back and is a way to lure the terrorists. After following Aakash's instructions and dropping the money in a river, he walks away. Meghna gets the money and tries to get away. She evades the cops after a vicious chase but unfortunately she is killed by a van in an intersection. Khanna finds out that Khan is one of the bombers and chases him. Khan is shot in the leg, but he gets away after jumping from the bridge and landing on a jet ski driven by Aakash. Aakash once again demands money and tells it to be left in a dustbin. The dustbin falls inward and Aakash runs away with the money even though the police attempt to pursue him. Khanna and his team find out where Aadil is and go there to arrest him. However, Aadil commits suicide with a bomb almost killing Khanna. Aakash calls Raina and tells him that a note has been left at a restaurant called Delhi Darbar that tells how to defuse the bomb. However, the restaurant catches on fire and the letter is burnt. Aakash visits Nikita and his son and they arrange to leave UK that night via flight. Khanna visits Nikita and tells who her husband is. After changing the plan, that they should leave UK via train because the police has found out about his plan of leaving via plane, he goes to the train station. There he sees a video of Raina asking the bomber to call again as the letter was burnt. Aakash calls Raina and tells him that the bomb was not connected to the wheels and the train will not explode if stopped. Raina stops the train and everyone disembarks safely. Nikita who is helping Khanna now, goes to the train station and sees Aakash and the news that the bomb threat was a hoax. She lets Aakash go, but Khanna finds out as Aakash's son calls him Daddy. Khanna chases him and they fight. After Aakash pleas to Khanna to let him go and explains why he took such drastic actions. Realizing that Aakash was a victim of deportation and wants to just be with his family again at peace, Khanna stays silent (hinting he will let him leave scotfree). However, the police arrive and after seeing that Aakash had a gun, they shoot him.
Jack Falls
Jack Falls (2011)

Directed by Dominic Burns
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Crime
Actors Tamer Hassan, Simon Phillips, Olivia Hallinan, Dexter Fletcher, Doug Bradley, Dominic Burns
Roles Carly
Rating42% 2.117772.117772.117772.117772.11777
Surviving a murder attempt in Amsterdam, former undercover police officer Jack Adleth returns to London to seek revenge and settle some old scores, but he soon finds himself in danger not just from his former criminal associates, but his old police colleagues too. As he battles to stay alive, he must also deal with the guilt from the consequences of his undercover life.
Clash of Empires: The Battle for Asia, 1h50
Genres Action, Adventure, Historical, Romance
Actors Stephen Rahman-Hughes, Jing Lusi, Gavin Stenhouse, Craig Robert Fong
Roles Meng Li Hua, Princess of the Han Dynasty.
Rating37% 1.8723551.8723551.8723551.8723551.872355
The story begins with a mysterious man writing about the history of an old Malay kingdom so that people would not forget the history of the early Malay heroes. In the year 120 AD, the powerful Roman Empire, under the reign of Hadrian, had expanded its rule to the Central Asian countries. During their time of expanding, the great Roman Empire agreed to create an alliance with the Han Dynasty by marrying their two prince and princess, thus uniting the two powers of East and West. However, the Roman prince, Marcus Carprenius (Gavin Stenhouse), did not agree with the decision. Instead, he wants to be free and not be controlled by politics. The Han princess, Meng Li Hua (Jing Lusi), also wants to be free instead being a pawn in a political game.
Breathe (2010)
, 1h26
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Documentary, Action, Crime
Actors Ricci Harnett, Zara Dawson, Lee Otway, Jing Lusi, Ewan David Alman, Forbes KB
Roles Lauren
Rating46% 2.3064052.3064052.3064052.3064052.306405
Bailey (Harnett) is buckling under the weight of financial pressure, family responsibilities and his own ambitions and desires. After endless parties, too many dead end jobs and family arguments Bailey becomes self-destructive—resorting to violence and severing all ties of friendship and love.