|Other names||磊子 (Leizi)|
|Education||Beijing Film Academy|
|Occupation||actor, singer, teacher, director, screenwriter, producer, entrepreneur|
|Years active||1990 - present|
|Children||Christine Huang Yi Ci (多多) (2006) Camille Huang (2014), Juno Huang (2017)|
|Traditional Chinese||黃 磊|
|Simplified Chinese||黄 磊|
Huang Lei (born 6 November 1971) is a Chinese actor, director, singer, screenwriter, and model. He was born in Nanchang, Jiangxi, and now lives in Beijing.
Huang ranked 58th on Forbes China Celebrity 100 list in 2015,29th in 2017, and 76th in 2019. 62nd in 2017, and 63rd in 2019.
In 1995, Huang entered into the Acting Department of Beijing Film Academy; four years later, he entered into the institute of the Department of Film Performances, specialising in movie performance. When he graduated in 1997, he stayed in the Beijing Film Academy as a teacher.At the same year, he published the first music album Life on a String. In 1999, he starred in the TV show April Rhapsody, as Xuzhimo. In 2004, he published his first book The Fantasy of Seventeen Floor. In 2006, he starred in the drama Secret Love In Peach Blossom Land.
Huang and actress Leslie Sun had been in love since she was a freshman and he was a lecturer at Beijing Film Academy. They registered their marriage and held a small ceremony with close friends and relatives in 2004. They welcomed 2 daughters (born in 2006 and 2013) and 1 son (born in 2017). In 2016, they took wedding pictures and had a grand wedding ceremony with distinguished guests and celebrities in Chinese showbiz to mark their 20 years together.[ citation needed ]
Huang and his eldest daughter starred in the variety show Where Are We Going, Dad? (Chinese version) in 2014.
|Year||Style||English Title||Chinese Title||Job|
|1994||drama||The Gadfly||牛虻||Actor/ Scriptwriter/ Director|
|1995||drama||Scarlet Letter||红字||Actor/ Scriptwriter/ Director|
|2006||drama||Secret Love In Peach Blossom Land||暗恋桃花源||Actor/ Executive Director|
|2010||drama||Four Generations in One House||四世同堂||Actor|
|2016||drama||Writing In Water||水中之书||Scriptwriter/ Producer|
|Year||English Title||Chinese Title||Songs|
|1997||Life on a String||边走边唱|
|2001||And So On||等等等等|
|Year||Style||English Title||Chinese Title|
|2014||Movie||Ice Age: The Meltdown||冰川时代2|
|2014||Movie||McDull·me & my mum||麦兜我和我的妈妈|
|2014||Movie||Legend of A Rabbit：TheMartial of Fire||兔侠之青黎传说|
|2015||Movie||Le Petit Prince||小王子|
|2015||Movie||Kungfu Panda 3||功夫熊猫3|
|Year||English Title||Chinese Title||Role|
|2019||Push and Shove||狗眼看人心|
|2018||Monster Hunt 2||捉妖记2|
|2018||The Faces of My Gene||祖宗十九代|
|2017||Midnight Diner (TV series)||深夜食堂||Master|
|2017||What A Wonderful Family||麻烦家族|
|2015||Phantom of the Theatre||魔宫魅影|
|2015||Where Are We Going, Dad? 2||爸爸去哪儿2||Himself|
|2014||McDull: Me & My Mum||麥兜·我和我媽媽|
|2014||One Step Away||触不可及|
|2012||All for Love||三个未婚妈妈|
|2011||The Founding of a Party||建党伟业||Cao Rulin|
|2011||Husband And Wife||夫妻那些事|
|2011||Energy Behind the Heart||用心跳|
|2010||CJ7: The Cartoon||长江7号爱地球||Johnny|
|2000||April Rhapsody||人间四月天||Xu Zhimo|
|2000||Fleeing by Night||夜奔|
|1999||Fascination Amour||爱情梦幻号||Timothy Wang|
|1995||The Phantom Lover||夜半歌声|
|1993||Farewell My Concubine||霸王别姬|
|1991||Life On a String||边走边唱|
|Year||English Title||Chinese Title||Network|
|2018||Who's the Keyman||我是大侦探||Hunan Television|
|2017–Present||Back to Field||向往的生活||Mango TV|
|2017||Who's the Murder II||明星大侦探2||Mango TV|
|2015–Present||Go Fighting!||极限挑战||SMG: Dragon Television|
|2014-2017||If You Are the One||非诚勿扰||JSBC: Jiangsu Television|
|2014-2015||Where Are We Going, Dad?||爸爸去哪儿||Hunan Television|
|1991||Cannes International Film Festival||Nominate|
|1996||Chang Chun Film Festival-China||Best Male Supporting Role||Win|
|1999||China Film Society Of Performing Arts||Golden Phoenix Awards||Win|
|2000||Asian Pacific Film Festival||Best Actor||Nominate|
|2002||Asian Television Festival||Best Actor||Nominate|
|2005||China Film Society Of Performing Arts||Golfen Phoenix Awards||Nominate|
|2008||Magnolia Award||Best Actor||Nominate|
|2011||Hongkong Rainbow TV Award||Best Actor in a Comedy||Win|
|2015||The Tripod Award||Best Actor||Nominate|
|2015||Magnolia Award||Best Actor||Nominate|
|2015||Flying Apsaras Award||Best Actor||Nominate|
|2017||The Tripod Award||Best Actor||Nominate|
|2017||Magnolia Award||Best Actor||Nominate|
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