Huang Xiaoming

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Huang Xiaoming
Chinese name 黃曉明 (traditional)
Chinese name 黄晓明 (simplified)
Pinyin Huáng Xiǎomíng (Mandarin)
Born (1977-11-13) 13 November 1977 (age 40)
Qingdao, Shandong, China
Ethnicity Han
Alma mater Beijing Film Academy
Occupation
Years active 1998–present
Genre(s) Mandopop
Label(s) Huang Xiaoming Studio
Spouse(s) Angelababy (m. 2015)
Children 1
Website www.huangxiaoming.com.cn

Huang Xiaoming (Chinese: 黃曉明, born 13 November 1977) is a Chinese actor, singer, and model. He graduated from the Performance Institute of the Beijing Film Academy in 2000. Huang first rose to prominence in 2001 for playing Emperor Wu of Han in the television series The Prince of Han Dynasty. In 2007, Huang signed a contract with Huayi Brothers and began focusing on his film career, appearing in films like The Sniper (2009), The Message (2010), and Sacrifice (2010). He returned to television in 2013, portraying the national hero Yue Fei in The Patriot Yue Fei.

Huang is best known for his roles in television as Yang Guo in The Return of the Condor Heroes (2006), Xu Wenqiang in Shanghai Bund (2007), Luo Xi in Summer's Desire (2010) and Zuo Zhen in Cruel Romance (2015); as well as his roles in films American Dreams in China (2013) and Xuanzang (2016).

Early life and education[edit]

Huang was born in Qingdao, Shandong and is an only child. His father was an engineer while his mother was an accountant. At age nine, he was selected by a film studio to play the child protagonist in a movie.[1] Throughout his school life, Huang planned to become a scientist,[2] but his language teacher encouraged him to apply to the Beijing Film Academy, which infrequently came to Qingdao to recruit students. A week before his entrance examination, his foot was ran over and crushed by a jeep; luckily, the injury was not serious because he was wearing army boots. While studying at the Beijing Film Academy, Huang recalls the person who had the greatest influence on him, a teacher named Cui Xinqin. He was close friends and classmates with Zhao Wei and Chen Kun; the trio was known as the "Three Musketeers".

Career[edit]

1998–2007: Beginnings and success in television[edit]

In 1984, Huang was initially chosen by a producer to star in a drama as a child actor, but was dropped later because of his shy and introverted personality. In 1996, Huang auditioned for Beijing Film Academy and joined in the same year. He later debuted in the 1998 drama Love is Not a Game.

Huang began to gain attention when he was chosen to replace Lu Yi for the leading role in The Prince of Han Dynasty, which earned high ratings. He later starred in all three installments of the series from 2001 to 2005, and went from an unknown newbie to a front-line actor.[3] He also played Tang Bohu in the drama Merry Wanderer Tang Bohu (2003), for which he won the Outstanding Actor award at the 14th Zhejiang TV Peony Award for his performance; and Xiao Jian in My Fair Princess III (2003).[3]

Huang was chosen to play Yang Guo, the leading role in the 2006 television adaptation of Jin Yong's The Return of the Condor Heroes. Director Zhang Jizhong selected him over acclaimed actors Nie Yuan and Huang Jue to play the highly fought-over role.[4]

Huang's most controversial and difficult, but most critically acclaimed role was in Shanghai Bund (2007), a remake of the 1980 Hong Kong television series The Bund, which starred Chow Yun-fat. Because Chow was his idol, he felt nervous, excited, and pressured about portraying the same role his idol had.[5] In order to play Xu Wenqiang, he had to learn to smoke, and went through several packs a day.[6] The series reported high audience ratings was voted as the most popular TV series in a survey on popular web portal Sina.com.[6] For the role, Huang received Best Actor nominations at the 13th Shanghai Television Festival.

2009–2012: Venturing into films[edit]

After achieving success in television, Huang decided to focus his career on the big screen. He challenged the role of a Japanese spy in espoinage thriller The Message, and won the Students' Choice Award for Favorite Actor at the Beijing College Student Film Festival.[7][8] He also starred in the Hong Kong action film The Sniper (2009), martial arts film Ip Man 2 (2010)[9] and the historical epic Sacrifice (2010) directed by Chen Kaige.[10]

Huang made a comeback to television with Taiwanese idol drama Summer's Desire (2011), based on the novel of the same name by Ming Xiaoxi. Although originally slated to play Ou Chen, Huang asked if he could play Luo Xi instead. Huang later admitted that he lowered his acting fee in order to participate in this series.[11]

Huang then took part in the production of An Inaccurate Memoir (2012), where he also starred as the male lead.[12] His performance as a bandit leader who can’t see further than making money from plunder and kidnapping won him the Best Actor award at the 4th China Image Film Festival.[13] Huang also starred in martial arts epic The Guillotines and played the younger version of Chow Yun-fat's character in The Last Tycoon.[14]

The same year, Huang was selected as the ambassador of the Changchun Film Festival. He also became the first mainland actor to have his wax figure displayed in Hong Kong's Madam Tussauds museum.[15]

2013–present: Critical acclaim and leading roles[edit]

Huang starred in the film American Dreams in China (2013) by Peter Chan.[16] The success of the film brought a new impetus into Huang's career, and won him the Best Actor award at the 29th Golden Rooster Awards, 15th Huabiao Awards, 12th Changchun Film Festival and 32nd Hundred Flowers Awards.[17] The same year Huang starred in another television project, playing the titular hero in the historical drama The Patriot Yue Fei.[18]

Huang next starred in John Woo's The Crossing (2014). Set in 1930s Shanghai, the romantic epic is based on the true story of the Taiping steamer collision and follows six characters and their intertwining love stories; Huang plays a successful general who romances a wealthy debutante (played by Korean actress Song Hye-kyo).[19] Another romance film followed; where Huang starred next to Fan Bingbing in The White Haired Witch of Lunar Kingdom, adapted from Baifa Monü Zhuan.[20]

Huang returned to TV in the period romance drama, Cruel Romance (2015). The series was commercially successful, and recorded high ratings.[21] The same year, Huang starred alongside long-time friend Zhao Wei in the action comedy film Hollywood Adventures.[22] They became the first actors to be honored at Hollywood's TCL Chinese Theatre.[23]

Huang then played Xuanzang in the historical epic of the same name in 2016, which tells the story of the monk's pilgrimage journey alone to India seeking Buddhist scriptures during the Tang Dynasty.[24] The film was selected as China's entry for the Oscars under the Best Foreign Language Film category.[25] Huang won several Best Actor trophies for his performance in the film.

Other activities[edit]

Investment[edit]

Huang is a shareholder of Huayi Brothers Media Corporation, with about 1.8 million shares.[26]

Philanthropy[edit]

In 2009, Huang donated one million yuan to adopt two panda cubs and was named an ambassador to China's Panda Protection Research Center.[27]

In 2010, Huang donated 200,000 yuan for earthquake relief to support for victims of the Yushu temblor in Northwest China's Qinghai province.[28]

In 2016, Huang was named a UNAIDS National Goodwill Ambassador for China.[29] The same year, he was appointed as an advocate for anti-trafficking by the Ministry of Public Security.[30]

Personal life[edit]

On Feb 28th, 2014, Huang announced his relationship with Angelababy. They registered their marriage with Qingdao Civil Affairs Authority on May 27, 2015 and on October of the same year, they had their wedding at Shanghai Exhibition Centre.[31][32] On their 1st year anniversary, Huang announced Angelababy's pregnancy on Weibo. Their son was born on the 17 January 2017 in Hong Kong.[33]

Huang is a friend of Zhao Wei, and he had told the media that while studying at the Beijing Film Academy, he had a big crush on her. They had remained close friends since then. In 2013, Huang showed up on crutches to help promote Zhao's directorial debut So Young. He described his friendship with Zhao as a fourth type of love - "Everyone needs a soulmate and I am lucky to have met mine in Zhao Wei".

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year English Title Chinese Title Role Notes
1999 Marry Me 我們結婚吧 Li Jun
2000 Bright Heart 明亮的心 Ma Lu
2005 Legend of the Dragon 龍威父子 Qi Feng
2006 The Banquet 夜宴 Yin Sun
2009 The Sniper 神槍手 Ling Jing
The Message 風声 Takeda
2010 Ip Man 2 葉問2 Huang Liang
Flirting Scholar 2 唐伯虎點秋香2 Tang Bohu [34]
Sacrifice 趙氏孤兒 Han Jue
2012 The Guillotines 血滴子 Tianlang
The Last Tycoon 大上海 Cheng Daqi (young)
An Inaccurate Memoir 匹夫 Fang Youwang
2013 American Dreams in China 中國合伙人 Cheng Dongqing
Crimes of Passion 一場風花雪月的事 Xue Yu [35]
Saving Mother Robot 瑪德2號 Xiao Tie
Amazing 神奇 Bing Shan
2014 Breaking the Waves 激浪青春 He Tianhua
The White Haired Witch of Lunar Kingdom 白髮魔女傳之明月天國 Zhuo Yihang
Women Who Flirt 撒嬌的女人最好命 Marco
The Crossing 太平輪 Lei Yifang
2015 Insanity 暴瘋話 Zhou Mingjie [36]
You Are My Sunshine 何以笙簫默 He Yichen
Hollywood Adventures 横冲直撞好莱坞 He Yuming
The Crossing 2 太平輪·彼岸 Lei Yifang
Bride Wars 新娘大作戲 Groom Cameo
2016 Xuanzang 大唐玄奘 Xuanzang
League of Gods 封神傳奇 Yang Jian
Mission Milano 王牌逗王牌 Luo Tianhao
2018 Escape Plan 2: Hades 金蝉脱壳2 [37]
Forever Young 无问西东 Chen Peng
TBA City Hunter [38]

Television series[edit]

Year English Title Chinese Title Role Notes
1998 Love is Not a Game 爱情不是游戏 Xiao Zhuoyi
2000 A Netizen's Diary 网虫日记 Yu Baimei
Storm of the Dragon 龙珠风暴 Di Guangyuan
2001 The Prince of Han Dynasty 大汉天子 Liu Che
Chang Ying Zai Shou 长缨在手 Zhang Li
2002 Invincible Magistrate 无敌县令 Tian Long
2003 Little Sister Hua Ni 花妮妹妹 Zhi Yang
My Fair Princess III 还珠格格3 Xiao Jian
Merry Wanderer Tang Bohu 风流少年唐伯虎 Tang Bohu
2004 The Prince of Han Dynasty 2 大汉天子2 Liu Che
Long Piao 龙票 Qi Zijun
2005 Nu Cai Nan Mao 女才男貌 Wang Jun
Strange Tales of Liao Zhai 聊齋之小倩 Bai Yang
2006 The Prince of Han Dynasty 3 大汉天子3 Liu Che
The Return of the Condor Heroes 神雕侠侣 Yang Guo
2007 Shanghai Bund 新上海滩 Xu Wenqiang
2008 Royal Tramp 鹿鼎记 Wei Xiaobao
2009 Dark Fragrance 暗香 Cheng Yuan / Cheng Da
2010 Summer's Desire 泡沫之夏 Luo Xi
2013 The Patriot Yue Fei 精忠岳飞 Yue Fei
2015 Cruel Romance 锦绣缘·华丽冒险 Zuo Zhen
2017 A Life Time Love 上古情歌 Chi Yun
Chinese Restaurant 中餐厅 Himself Reality show
Nirvana in Fire 2 琅琊榜之风起长林 Xiao Pingzhang Special appearance
2018 The Years You Were Late 你迟到的许多年 Wen Qiang

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Album details Track listing
2007 It's Ming
  • Released: 12 December 2007
  • Label: Music Nation Group
  • Formats: CD, DVD
  1. An Lian (暗恋) – Unrequited Love
  2. My Girl
  3. Shen Me Dou Ke Yi (什么都可以) – Anything is Possible
  4. Feng De Hai Zi (风的孩子) – Child of the Wind
  5. Mei You Ni Wo Ai Shei (没有你我爱谁) – Without You, Whom Should I Love
  6. Tian Xie Qing Ren (天蝎情人) – Scorpion Lover
  7. Niang Jiu (酿酒) – Brewing Wind
  8. Yin Wei You Ni (因为有你) – Because of You
  9. An Jing De Xiang Ni (安静的想你) – Quietly Thinking of You
  10. I'm Coming
  11. Jiu Suan Mei You Ming Tian (就算没有明天) – Even If There's No Tomorrow
2010 Moopa
  • Released: 18 March 2010
  • Label: MusicNationGroup
  • Formats: CD, DVD
  1. MOOPA (Move Party)
  2. Feng Sheng (风声) – Sound of he Wind
  3. Tuan Tuan Yuan Yuan (团团圆圆) – Reunion
  4. Wo De Kuai Le Bu Shou Fei (我的快乐不收费) – My Happiness is Free of Charge
  5. Ni Shuo De Dui (你说的对) – You are Right
  6. Hao Ren Ka (好人卡) – Nice Guy Card
  7. Ni Zai Wo Xin Shang (你在我心上) – You're on My Heart
  8. Shou Bu Liao (受不了) – Unbearable
  9. Hei Mao Yu Niu Niao (黑猫与牛奶) – Black Cat and Milk
  10. MOOPA (remix)

Singles[edit]

Year English Title Chinese Title Album Notes
2002 "Only Have You" 只要有你 My Fair Princess III OST
2006 "Fly Together" 双飞 The Return of the Condor Heroes OST with Della Ding
"Pugilistic Smile" 江湖笑 with Zhang Zizhong, Hu Jun, Zhou Jianhua & Xiao Chong
"Even If There's No Tomorrow" 就算没有明天 Shanghai Bund OST with Sun Li
2008 "One World One Dream" N/A N/A Promotional song for the Beijing 2008 Olympics
"Nice Guy Card" 好人卡 N/A with Zhao Wei
"My Southern" 我的南方 N/A Charity song
2009 "You're an Angel" 你是天使 Dark Fragrance OST
"Sound of the Wind" 風聲 The Message OST
2010 "Better City Better Life" N/A N/A with Elva Hsiao
Promotional song for the Shanghai World Expo
"Black Cat and Milk" 黑猫与牛奶 Summer's Desire OST
2011 "A Leaping Heart" 飞跃的心 N/A Theme song for The Legend of Yue Fei (animation film)
2012 "Inaccurate Memoir" 匹夫 An Inaccurate Memoir OST
"Those Were the Days" 友情岁月 The Guillotines OST with Shawn Yue & Ethan Ruan
2013 "The Story of Time" 光阴的故事 American Dreams in China OST with Deng Chao & Tong Dawei
"The Patriot Yue Fei 精忠传奇 The Patriot Yue Fei OST with Tan Jing
2015 "Fate" Cruel Romance OST
"Silent Separation" 何以笙箫默 You Are My Sunshine OST

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2004 4th China Television Arts Festival for "Top Ten Best" Top Ten Actors The Prince of Dynasty 2 Won [39]
14th Zhejiang TV Peony Awards Outstanding Actor Merry Wanderer Tang Bohu Won
2007 13th Shanghai Television Festival Best Actor Shanghai Bund Nominated [40]
2009 12th Golden Phoenix Awards Male Actor in a Motion Picture The Sniper Won
2010 4th Asian Film Awards Best Supporting Actor The Message Nominated [41]
10th Chinese Film Media Awards Most Popular Actor The Message Won [42]
17th Beijing College Student Film Festival Most Popular Actor Won [8]
30th Hundred Flowers Award Best Actor Nominated [43]
2011 5th Asian Film Awards Best Supporting Actor Sacrifice Nominated [44]
23rd Hong Kong Society of Cinematographers Awards Most Charismatic Actor Won [45]
11th Chinese Film Media Awards Most Anticipated Actor Won [46]
2012 9th Guangzhou Student Film Festival Most Popular Actor An Inaccurate Memoir Won [47]
4th China Image Film Festival Best Actor Won [13]
2013 29th Golden Rooster Awards Best Actor American Dreams in China Won [48]
10th Guangzhou Student Film Festival Most Popular Actor Won [49]
15th Huabiao Film Awards Outstanding Actor Won [50]
9th Huading Awards Best Actor The Last Tycoon Nominated [51]
5th Macau International Movie Festival Best Actor Amazing Nominated
2014 12th Changchun Film Festival Best Actor American Dreams in China Won [52]
32nd Hundred Flowers Awards Best Actor Won [53]
10th Chinese American Film Festival Best Actor Won [54]
13th Huading Awards Best Actor The Patriot Yue Fei Nominated
27th China TV Golden Eagle Award Best Actor Nominated
5th Annual US-China Film Summit 2014 Film Ensemble of the Year award Hollywood Adventures Won
[55]
2015 15th Golden Phoenix Awards Male Actor in a Motion Picture American Dreams in China Won
2nd China-Australia Film Festival Best Actor You Are My Sunshine (2015 film) Won [56]
2016 1st Chinese Film Festival in Italy Best Actor Xuanzang Won [57]
13th Changchun Film Festival Best Actor Won [58]
8th Macau International Movie Festival Best Actor Nominated [59]
1st Golden Screen Awards Best Actor Won [60]
11th Festival du Cinéma Chinois de Paris Best Actor Won [61]

Ambassadorship[edit]

Year Awards
2006 One of the Ten Philanthropist Superstar by BAZAAR
2008 Image Ambassador of China Children and Teenagers' Fund
Love Ambassador of China Research and Conservation Center for the Giant Panda[27]
2009 Love Ambassador for giant pandas in Chengdu
Love Ambassador for giant pandas in Ya’an
Love Ambassador of Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF
Action Ambassador of Star Commonwealth
Volunteer Promotion Ambassador of EXPO 2010
2011 Global Ambassador for Tissot[62]
2012 Star Citizen awarded by Southern Metropolis Entertainment Weekly
2014 Love Ambassador for accompanying empty nesters
2015 "Silver Angel" Love Ambassador of China Social Assistance Foundation
Top Celebrity Philanthropist awarded by China Philanthropist
2016 Most Influential Philanthropist on China's Philanthropist List
UNAIDS National Goodwill Ambassador for China[29]

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