Mickey Huang in 2015
30 March 1972|
|Other names||Huang Tzu-chiao|
|Occupation||Host, radio DJ, actor, entrepreneur, writer, Master of Ceremonies|
Mickey Huang Tzu-chiao (Chinese: 黃子佼; born 30 March 1972), also known as Jiao Jiao, is a Taiwanese comedian, television host, Master of Ceremonies and actor. He has worked for many television stations, such as ETTV Drama, CTS, and FTV. He is also a radio DJ, entrepreneur and writer. He is best known for co-hosting the long-running show Super Sunday (超級星期天) in the late 1990s and early 2000s with Chang Hsiao-yen, Harlem Yu and Pu Hsueh-liang. He became Master of Ceremonies for Golden Bell Awards in 2006 and 2017, Golden Melody Awards in 2012, 2015-2017, Golden Horse Awards in 2015-2016 and Golden Note Composition Awards every year since its inception in 2010. He also hosted KKBOX Digital Music Awards from 2010-2017 except in 2012.
As a writer and Facebook blogger, he has tendencies to write his statuses in long block-form poems with a set number of characters per line.
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