Born October 1950, Wang Ping was an attractive, rising star in the seventies. She joined Shaw Brothers in 1969 and made her first appearance in "The 5 Billion Dollar Legacy" directed by Inoue Umetsugu. However it was her role with David Chiang and Ti Lung on director Chang Cheh's "The Singing Killer" that gave Wang instant fame, and established her position among other Shaw Brothers' starlets. She usually played the role of a delicate, shy young girl in movie such as "Vengeance" and "The Chinese Boxer", and changed her image successfully to a martial arts heroine in "The Golden Seal" and "Duel For Gold". Wang Ping continued her movie career in Taiwan after her contract expired with Shaw Brothers. She returned to Shaw Brothers in 1982 to play the role of the adulteress Pan Chin-Lien in "Tiger Killer". Her seductive and sensual image stirred up favourable reviews from critics and audience alike, and it also won her Best Actress in the 19th Golden Horse Awards in 1982. Wang has since retired from the limelight.
From the Celestial DVD release of "The Golden Seal".