Born on March 24, 1980 in Zigong, Sichuan, Lina Chen graduated from the Art Institute of the Chinese People's Liberation Army and signed the artist for Beijing Joyful Source Film and Television Culture Co., Ltd. In 2001, starring in the first works "passion burning years" and is well known. In 2003, appeared in the robbery suspense drama "Bloody birch." In 2005, the protagonist revealed the work "Divorce Case" on the living experience facing contemporary Chinese marriage. In 2007, starring network novel adapted drama "female special police - for your love." In 2009, filming the anti-drama "The Qiantang Qiantang River" adapted from the real events in Hangzhou. In 2011, participating in grassroots anti-Japanese drama "chaos Sanyi." In 2013, starred in the spy war drama "Peking no war." In 2014, starred in urban emotional drama "Sister and brother", decorated Wu Tingting. On December 17, 2014, Lina Chen won the annual leap actress award for the 2014 Chinese Drama Festival with the help of a young and middle-aged mother of "Peking-no-war."