Tăng Thanh Hà is a prominent Vietnamese actress and model.
She was born on October 24, 1986 in Gò Công, Tiền Giang in a family of Chinese descent. When her family business did not go well, she helped her mother out making ends meet: At the age of 11, Tang woke early to assist with preparing food for later distribution to customers. At this time her mother enrolled her in night acting classes at Idecaf.
She is Toshiba"s brand ambassador to Vietnam. When she was 16, director Lưu Trọng Ninh asked her to portray Trang in the movie Dốc tình. Although only a minor role, Thanh Ha caught the attention of the film world.
She was also cast in Hương phù sa in the role of Út Nhỏ and in several ads.
At this point, however, she left acting to study hotel administration in Singapore just as she became recognized as an up-and-coming actress on television and on the big screen. Upon returning to Vietnam the next year, she was given the leading role in the multi-episode television drama Bỗng dưng muốn khóc.
In 2008, she landed a role in. At the end of 2009 she was selected by director Nguyễn Phan Quang Bình to be in Cánh đồng bất tận (The Floating Lives) based on a novel of the same name by female writer Nguyễn Ngọc Tư.