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Pan Yueming

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Native name  潘粤明
Children  A son
Years active  1994 - present
Spouse  Dong Jie (m. 2008–2012)

Occupation  Actor
Role  Actor
Residence  Beijing
Name  Pan Yueming
Marriage location  Beijing, China
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Born  May 9, 1974 (age 41) (1974-05-09) Xuanwu District, Beijing
Notable work  A Love of Blueness Desire For Fired Life Show
Nominations  Golden Rooster Award for Best Actor
Movies and TV shows  The Old Cinderella, Moment in Peking, Forever Enthralled, Life Show, Forever Young
Similar People  Dong Jie, Chen Kaige, Huo Jianqi, Sibelle Hu, Lu Xuechang

Alma mater  Beijing Normal University

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Pan Yueming (born 9 May 1974) is a Chinese actor. Pan is noted for his roles as Tai Lin in the film A Love of Blueness.


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Early life

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Pan was born and raised in Xuanwu District, Beijing, where he graduated from Beijing Normal University, majoring in arts. Pan's ancestral home in Xinfeng County, Shaoguan, Guangdong.

Acting career

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Pan made his acting debut in Romance of the Three Kingdoms, playing Sun Xiu, son of Sun Quan and the third Emperor of Eastern Wu. Pan's first film role was uncredited appearance in the film The Story of Yi Bo (1994).

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In 2000, Pan played the lead role in Lu Xuechang's A Lingering Face, which earned him a Best New Performer Award at the Beijing College Student Film Festival.

In 2001, Pan co-starred with Yuan Quan in Huo Jianqi's A Love of Blueness, based on the novel Performance Art by Fang Fang, for which he received the Best Actor Award nominations at the Golden Rooster Award and Hundred Flowers Awards. At the same year, he won the Golden Phoenix Award for Male Actor. Pan portrayed Fang Yi'an, the son of prime minister Fang Xuanling, in the historical television series Love Legend of the Tang Dynasty.

Pan won the TV Movie Best Actor Award at the Beijing College Student Film Festival for his performance in Desire For Fired, and was nominated for Best Supporting Actor Award at the Hundred Flowers Awards for his performance in Life Show.

Pan earned his second Hundred Flowers Award for Best Actor nomination for his performance as Lin Wei in Extreme Danger (2002). That same year, he starred in Stormy Sea, and won the Outstanding New Actor Award at the Huabiao Awards.

In 2004, Pan was cast in the historical television series The Legendary Emperor Zhu Yuanzhang, playing the son of Chen Baoguo's and Xu Fan's characters.

In 2007, Pan appeared as Zhu Huifang, a Beijing Opera actor who is Mei Lanfang's cousin, in Chen Kaige's film Forever Enthralled. The film also stars Leon Lai, Zhang Ziyi, Sun Honglei, Wang Xueqi, and Chen Hong.

Pan had a cameo appearance in Looking for Jackie, a 2009 film starring Zhang Yishan and Jackie Chan. He was cast in the film All's Well, Ends Well 2010, in which he played the character Wu Shangjin.

In 2010, Pan portrayed Cai Hesen, who was an early leader of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), and a friend and comrade of Mao Zedong, in the film The Founding of a Party.

In 2013, three films he headlined, The Old Cinderella, Forever Young, and Big Mouth. Pan starred as Liu Guangmang, reuniting him with co-star Zhang Jingchu, who played the former wife of Liu Guangmang, in the romantic comedy film The Old Cinderella.

Personal life

Pan began dating Dong Jie in August 2005, when they filmed in Hongyifan. Dong Jie was engaged to Pan Yueming in the early 2008. The couple were married in Beijing on September 26, 2008. Dong Jie had borne him a son on February 5, 2009.

On October 20, 2012, the couple was divorced. Dong Jie stated that Pan Yueming is a gambler, Pan Yueming has hit back at Dong, accusing her that is the words of her defamation.


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