Tien Miao

Tien Miao

actor, second unit director or assistant director, script and continuity department

Tien Miao was born on Dec 06, 1925 in China. Tien Miao's big-screen debut came with Du mei gui directed by Lei Pan in 1966, strarring . Tien Miao is known for What Time Is It There? directed by Ming-liang Tsai, Kang-sheng Lee stars as Hsiao-kang and Shiang-chyi Chen as Shiang-chyi. Tien Miao has got 1 awards and 1 nominations so far. The most recent award Tien Miao achieved is Singapore International Film Festival. The upcoming new movie Tien Miao plays is The Missing which will be released on Dec 12, 2003.

No stranger to the international spotlight acting in period martial arts films with the likes of King Hu, Li Han Hsiang, Ting Shan Hsi and Joseph Kuo with credits spanning from the 60s through the early 80s, imposing and distinctive veteran Taiwanese character actor Mao Tien remained busy through the New Millennium most notably working with award winning Taiwan New Wave director Tsai Ming Lang in memorable yet devastating interior performances in 'Rebels of the Neon God', 'The River' and 'What Time is it There?' renewing his prominence and stature with international audiences, popular and art-house fare alike.

  • Birthday

    Dec 06, 1925
  • Place of Birth

    Tongshan, Jiangsu, China

Known For


1 wins & 1 nominations

Singapore International Film Festival
Best Actor
Winner - Silver Screen Award

Movies & TV Shows