Deng Chao

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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Deng.
Deng Chao
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Deng Chao (simplified Chinese: 邓超; traditional Chinese: 鄧超; born February 8, 1979 in Nanchang, Jiangxi) is a Chinese actor, comedian, director and singer.[1] He achieved success when he acted as a leading role in the drama Cui Hua, Serve Suancai, please. After graduating from Central Academy of Drama, Deng became well known for his acting in the historical TV series The Young Emperor. He subsequently played leading roles in the TV series Happiness is like Flowers, Tough Love, Sweet Sweet Honey, The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber, You are my brother, etc. Deng married Chinese actress Betty Sun .In 2010 they register their marriage and held they wedding the following year in 2011.Currently they had two children,one boy Deng Han Zhi and a girl Deng Han Yi.In 2013, Deng played a leading role in American Dreams in China, a movie about three young men from poor backgrounds achieving success by establishing a reputable English teaching school. The movie grossed 547 million yuan. In August 2014, Deng hosted the popular show Hurry Up, Brother. His recent comedies, The Breakup Guru (2014), Devil and Angel (2015) and The Mermaid (2016) are among the highest grossing comedic films in China.

Filmography[edit]

A partial listing.[2] [3]

Movies[edit]

Television[edit]

  • "Running man China"(奔跑吧兄弟) (2015-2016)
  • Ten Years of Love (相爱十年) (2014)
  • Yan'An Love (延安爱情) (2011)
  • You're My Brother (你是我的兄弟) (2010)
  • Heavenly Sword and Dragon Sabre 倚天屠龙记 (2009)
  • Medic 军医 (2009)
  • Human Love 人间情缘 (2009)
  • Rich Man Poor Love 钻石王老五的艰难爱情 (2007)
  • Love 爱了,散了 (2006)
  • Silent Tears 女人不哭 (2006)
  • Sweet Sweet Love 甜蜜蜜 (2006)
  • Stars in the Night 新昨夜星辰 (2006)
  • Romantic West St. 浪漫的西街 (2005)
  • Young Detective 3 少年包青天3 (2005)
  • As Happy As A Flower 幸福像花儿一样 (2005)
  • 风流才子翻转天 (2004)
  • 明末风云 (2004)
  • 天下第一 (2004)
  • 谍战之特使较量 (2004)
  • 少年康熙 (2003)
  • 少年天子 (2003)
  • 北京假日 (2002)
  • 换了青春 (2002)
  • 黄沙下面是沃土 (2000)

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