Enno Cheng

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Enno Cheng
鄭宜農
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Enno Cheng
Born Cheng Yi Nung
(1987-03-19) March 19, 1987 (age 27)
Taiwan, Republic of China
Occupation Film actor, Singer-Songwriter, Author
Years active 2007–present
Parents CHENG Wun-Tung (Zheng Wentang)

Enno Cheng is a multi-talented Taiwanese indie singer-songwriter who is also an author and a film actress. She attended Tamkang University and majored in Chinese. She took an approved leave of absence from schooling in 2007. She first appeared in the film industry in 2007 and took part in the film Summer's Tail as the main character Zheng Jia-Yue (Yvette Chang) for which she wrote the script. She was nominated as the Best New Performer in 2007 at the 44th Golden Horse Awards but lost to Tang Wei. She played the role of Xiao Wen, a betel nut beauty, in the 2009 film Tears. Her debut album "Neptune" (海王星) was released by White Wabbit Records in July 2011. Enno is currently performing with a band called Tiger Chocolate (猛虎巧克力). In May of 2013, the band changed their name to Chocolate Tiger. Enno also continues to play the occasional solo gig.

Filmography[edit]

Discography[edit]

Enno Cheng solo:

  • Summer's Tail OST (2007)
  • Neptune 海王星 (2011)

Chocolate Tiger:

  • Nighttime Factory (夜工廠) (2013)

Bibliography[edit]

  • Summer's Tail (2007)

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