Wu Yue (actor)

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Wu Yue
Chinese name 吳樾 (traditional)
Chinese name 吴樾 (simplified)
Pinyin Wú Yuè (Mandarin)
Jyutping Ng4 Jyut6 (Cantonese)
Born (1976-04-25) 25 April 1976 (age 41)
Zhangjiakou, Hebei, China
Other name(s) Wu Yue (simplified Chinese: 吴越; traditional Chinese: 吳越; pinyin: Wú Yuè)
Occupation Actor, martial artist, lyricist, singer
Years active 1994–present

Wu Yue (born 25 April 1976) is a Chinese actor best known for playing heroes in various films and television series. Some of his more notable roles in television include: Chen Zhen in Huo Yuanjia and Jingwu Yingxiong Chen Zhen (2001); Di Yun in Lian Cheng Jue (2004); Yan Qing in Langzi Yan Qing (2004); Zhang San in Zuixia Zhang San (2006); Xia Shijie in Fankang Zhi Zhenxin Yingxiong (2008); Sun Wukong in Journey to the West (2011); Ariq Böke in The Legend of Kublai Khan (2013).

Wu was enrolled in the Central Academy of Drama in 1997 and graduated in 2001. Apart from acting, he practises martial arts and holds a National Martial Arts Championship grade in wushu. He is currently a member of the National Theatre Company of China. He also wrote lyrics and performed songs for some of the films and television series he acted in.

Filmography[edit]

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Discography[edit]

Title Composer Lyrics Notes
Wo Xiangnian Ni
我想念你
Hu Haiquan Wu Yue
Dong Xue
冬雪
Hu Haiquan Wu Yue
Dayu
大雨
Meng Zhenghao Meng Zhenghao
Yingxiong
英雄
Li Tianhua Wu Yue Insert song from Langzi Yan Qing; theme song from Wushu Ban
Gongfu Xiaozi
功夫小子
Li Bin Li Bin Theme song from Zuixia Zhang San
Wuke Tidai
无可替代
Li Xianle Wu Yue, Yoka
Wu Yue Canghai
武越沧海
Yuanhang Lu Shiwei
Bu Kao Pu
不靠谱
Yang Fan Yang Fan, Wu Yue
Duo Baozhong
多保重
Xu Jingqing Che Xing Insert song from Journey to the West

Accolades[edit]

  • National Martial Arts Championship, Seventh National Games (1993)
  • Champion in bajiquan category, National Wushu Championship (1994)
  • Silver Medal (representing Ningxia province), Fifth National Games for Ethnic Minorities (1995)
  • First Place in bajiquan category, National Personal Elite Championship (1996)
  • Fifth Place in nanquan category, Eighth National Games (1997)
  • Five champion titles, Beijing College Wushu Competition (1998 / 1999)
  • Audience's Favourite Actor in Action Genre in Ten Years of Film and Television, Ninth Digital Film Lily Awards (2009)

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