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Feng Gong

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Chinese name  馮鞏 (traditional)
Name  Feng Gong
Chinese name  冯巩 (simplified)
Role  Actor
Pinyin  Feng Gong (Mandarin)
Spouse  Ai Hui
Origin  Xiangsheng performer

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Occupation  Xiangsheng performer, actor, film director, and screenwriter
Movies  Eat Hot Tofu Slowly, Marriage Certificate, Surveillance, Stand Up, Don't Bend Over, Steal Happiness
Awards  Golden Rooster Award for Best Actor, Hundred Flowers Award for Best Supporting Actor
Nominations  Hundred Flowers Award for Best Actor
Similar People  Huang Jianxin, Liu Heng, Jiali Ding

Feng Gong (simplified Chinese: 冯巩; traditional Chinese: 馮鞏; pinyin: Féng Gǒng; born 6 December 1957) is a Chinese actor, xiangsheng performer, director, and screenwriter from Tianjin, China. He is best known for his performances in the annual CCTV New Year's Gala, having made more appearances on the show than every other major performer.



Feng graduated from Central China Normal University with a master's degree in Chinese Literature. In 1973, he performed a famous xiangsheng named Zunshi ai tudi (尊师爱徒弟) in Tianjin. Then he started to learn the arts of xiangsheng from the xiangsheng master Ma Ji. He also worked in a textiles machine factory. Feng was considered more talented than many other students of Ma Ji, and eventually emerged as a new star, performing progressively to bigger venues. Niu Qun (牛群) and Liu Wei (刘伟) were his partners when performing xiangsheng.

Feng appeared in the first CCTV New Year's Gala in 1986; he has appeared at almost every Chunwan performance for the next thirty years, variably in skits and xiangsheng. Feng is usually one of the first acts of the show; it is said he appears earlier in the program so that he can drive home to Tianjin to spend midnight on new year with his mother.

In 1988, he won the championship at the competition of xiangsheng performances in Dalian held by China Central Television.

Feng is the great grandson of Feng Guozhang, once the President of the Republic of China during the chaotic Warlord era. Feng himself is a leadership figure in The Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang, one of the eight legally recognized political parties in China, as well as a member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference. He is often accosted by reporters during the annual Lianghui meetings in Beijing due to his celebrity status.


This list is incomplete

  • Unprofessional Policeman (1987)
  • Xiao Po Qing Wang (1987)
  • The Contract of the Divorce (1990)
  • Stand on (1992) - Poet reader
  • Kiss Russia (1996)
  • Surveillance (1997)
  • Happy Times (1998)
  • Eat Hot Tofu Slowly (2005)
  • Getting Home (2007)
  • A Simple Noodle Story (2009)
  • Just Call Me Nobody (2010)
  • The Founding of a Party (2011) - Feng Guozhang
  • The Grandmasters (2012)
  • References

    Feng Gong Wikipedia

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