Qu Chuxiao

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Qu Chuxiao
Born (1994-12-28) December 28, 1994 (age 24)
Alma materCentral Academy of Drama
Years active2016–present
AgentFWS (北京喜天影视文化有限公司)

Qu Chuxiao (Chinese: 屈楚萧, born 28 December 1994) is a Chinese actor.

Early life and education[edit]

Qu received his bachelor degree from the Central Academy of Drama in 2017.


Qu made his acting debut in 2016 with a leading role in the romance web series My Fair Lady.[1] He then starred in the historical fiction dramas Ruyi's Royal Love in the Palace, playing Yongqi,[2] and Rule the World, playing Dorgon.[3] In 2018, Qu starred in the wuxia web series Bloody Romance, playing the male lead role Chang'An, a shadow assassin.[4]

Qu debuted on the big screen with a minor role in the comedy film Father and Son.[5] He then starred in the youth drama films Twenty,[6] Graduating,[7] and Oh Boy!. He also starred in China's first interstellar science fiction film The Wandering Earth, playing the lead role.[8]



Year English title Chinese title Role Notes
2017 Father and Son 父子雄兵 Michael Cameo
2018 Twenty 二十岁 Liu Da
2019 The Wandering Earth 流浪地球 Liu Qi [9]
TBA Graduating 毕业进行时 Xiao Jin
TBA Oh Boy! 男生向前冲 Yang
TBA 侍神令

Television series[edit]

Year English title Chinese title Role Notes
2016 My Fair Lady 我的朋友陈白露小姐 Chen Yan
2017 Rule the World 独步天下 Dorgon
2018 Bloody Romance 媚者无疆 Chang An / Xie Huan
Ruyi's Royal Love in the Palace 如懿传 Yongqi


  1. ^ "首部戏空降男一号 《陈白露》屈楚萧背景成迷". Netease (in Chinese). June 17, 2016.
  2. ^ "屈楚萧加盟《如懿传》 饰演五阿哥永琪". Sina (in Chinese). December 5, 2016.
  3. ^ "屈楚萧确认出演《独步天下》少年英雄多尔衮". ifeng (in Chinese). November 16, 2016.
  4. ^ "《媚者无疆》杀青 李一桐屈楚萧结绳记誓相爱相虐". ifeng (in Chinese). January 8, 2018.
  5. ^ "屈楚萧《父子雄兵》惊喜客串张天爱的追求者富二代Michael哥". Tencent (in Chinese). October 17, 2017.
  6. ^ "屈楚萧主演电影《二十岁》定档1109". Global Times (in Chinese). October 12, 2018.
  7. ^ "《毕业进行时》杀青 5大CP全景呈现毕业生百态图". Sina (in Chinese). June 13, 2017.
  8. ^ "《流浪地球》屈楚萧演吴京儿子 素未谋面现场认亲". ifeng (in Chinese). October 26, 2018.
  9. ^ "'The Wandering Earth': A new star is born". China Daily. February 19, 2018.

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