It won't be wrong to say that various actors and actresses try their luck in the American film industry, but end up their search due to the tough competition. Hundreds to thousands of newcomers join the Hollywood industry every year but fail to achieve success as audiences have high expectations. Beren Saat, Gong Li, Hande Dogandemir, and Zhang Ziyi got incredible skills and may try their luck in Hollywood.

Beren Saat

Born in February 1984, Beren Saat is a famous Turkish model and actress. She began her career at the age of 18 and received numerous accolades for her unique acting style.

Born and raised in Ankara, she studied at Başkent University and participated in a lot of acting competitions such as Türkiye'nin Yıldızları. Beren was first discovered by a famous director named as Tomris Giritlioğlu, and began her acting career with the television series “Aşkımızda Ölüm Var.” She is one of the richest and hottest Turkish stars to date. Her most notable works are “Aşka Sürgün,” “Hatırla Sevgili,” and “Aşk-ı Memnu.”

Gong Li

Born in December 1965, Gong Li rose to the limelight with her collaboration with director Zhang Yimou. She worked in dozens of Yimou films and received several awards for her incredible performance in “The Story of Qiu Ju.” She is widely credited for the success of “Farewell My Concubine,” “Memoirs of a Geisha,” “Ju Dou,” “Raise the Red Lantern,” and “Miami Vice.” No doubt, Gong Li is one of the most beautiful and richest Chinese artists of all time.

Hande Dogandemir

Born in November 1985, in Ankara, Hande Dogandemir is a top actress, television host, and politician. She studied at Ankara University and earned a degree in sociology. Doğandemir is set to star in the new installment of "Bana Masal Anlatma," which is scheduled for winter 2018. The original film was released in 2015 and did excellent business at the box office.

During her career, Hande worked in dozens of Nejat Isler commercials.

Zhang Ziyi

Born in February 1979, Zhang Ziyi is a famous Chinese model and actress. She is one of the richest actors in the world, and noted for her roles in “The Road Home,” “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon,” “Rush Hour 2,” “House of Flying Daggers,” and “Memoirs of a Geisha.” In 2010, Zhang was ranked tenth in the Forbes list of most influential Chinese actresses. In 2008, she received an award at the Shanghai International Film Festival for her excellent work in “The Horsemen.”