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Native name  包贝尔
Name  Bao Bei'er
Residence  Beijing, China
Years active  2003 - present
Education  Beijing Film Academy
Occupation  Actor
Spouse  Bao Wenjing (m. 2013)
Alma mater  Beijing Film Academy
Role  Actor

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Born  May 3, 1984 (age 31) (1984-05-03) Harbin, Heilongjiang
Notable work  Welcome to Shama Town Palace 2 So Young
Nominations  Hundred Flowers Award for Best Supporting Actor
Movies  Lost in Hong Kong, So Young, Zhong Kui: Snow Girl and the D, The Palace, The Four 3
Similar People  Wong Cho‑lam, Kai Zheng, Deng Chao, Chen He, Xu Zheng

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Bao Bei'er (Chinese: 包贝尔; born 3 May 1984) is a Chinese actor.

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He is noted for his roles as Lu Maoku and Zhang Kai in the films Welcome to Shama Town and So Young respectively.

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Early life

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Bao was born and raised in Harbin, Heilongjiang, his parents divorced when he was 10 years old. Bao graduated from Beijing Film Academy, majoring in acting.

Acting career

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Bao's first film role was uncredited appearance in the film Furious Piano (2007). That same year, he also acted in Home with Kids 3, a Chinese sitcom starring Song Dandan, Andy Yang, and Zhang Yishan.

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In 2008, Bao played the character Huo Qubing in the historical television series Dongfang Shuo.

For his role as Lu Maoku in Welcome to Shama Town, Bao was nominated for the Favorite Actor Award at the 16th Beijing College Student Film Festival.

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In 2011, Bao participated in The Founding of a Party as Kuang Husheng, and he also appeared as Hou Xia in Mural, a Chinese epic fantasy film starring Deng Chao, Betty Sun, and Yan Ni.

In 2012, Bao had a supporting role in the film The Four. Bao reprised his role as Da Long in the The Four sequel, The Four 2 (2014). At the same year, Bao appeared in Yu Zheng's Palace 2, a historical romantic comedy television series starring Du Chun and Mickey He, he received the TV Drama Awards nomination for Best New Actor.

In 2013, Bao played the role of Zhang Kai in Zhao Wei's film So Young, for which he received nominations at the Huabiao Awards. Bao also had a cameo appearance in Swordsman, based on the wuxia novel The Smiling, Proud Wanderer by Jin Yong.

Nicknames from Hurry Up, Brother

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  • Little Bald Donkey
  • Personal life

    Bao married his university student Bao Wenjing (Chinese: 包文婧) in July 2013.

    References

    Bao Bei'er Wikipedia


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