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Duan Yihong is a Actor born on 16 may 1973

Duan Yihong

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Birth name Duan Long
Birth 16 may 1973 (46 years)

Duan Yihong (Chinese: 段奕宏; pinyin: Duàn Yìhóng; born May 16, 1973) is a Chinese actor best known for his role as Yuan Lang in Soldiers Sortie (2006), Long Wenzhang in My Chief and My Regiment (2009), and Hei Wa in White Deer Plain (2011).

Biography

Duan Yihong was born in Yili, Xinjiang province. In 1992 and 1993, he applied to the [Central Academy of Drama] , but he was not accepted. Third -degree candidates until 1994, that he was admitted. After graduating in 1998, he entered the National Theatre Company of China. After, Duan starred in many plays, he is the drama Rhinoceros in Love second -generation actor. During this period, he renamed to Duan Yihong.

Usually with

Lou Ye
Lou Ye
(1 films)
Kuo-Fu Chen
Kuo-Fu Chen
(2 films)
Guo Tao
Guo Tao
(2 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Duan Yihong (9 films)

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The Looming Storm, 2h
Origin Chine
Genres Thriller, Crime
Actors Duan Yihong, Jiang Yiyan
Roles Yu Guowei
Rating64% 3.2412953.2412953.2412953.2412953.241295
Yu Guowei, chef de la sécurité d'une aciérie, pourchasse un tueur en série des jeunes femmes.
The Dead End, 2h17
Directed by Cao Baoping
Genres Drama, Crime
Actors Duan Yihong, Guo Tao
Roles Yi Guchun
Rating70% 3.549783.549783.549783.549783.54978
Seven years after the events of the Water Chamber Murders, newly transferred officer Yi Guchun began to suspect that his assistant police, Xin Xiaofeng, is deeply-tied with the murders.
Back to 1942, 2h26
Directed by Feng Xiaogang
Origin Chine
Genres Drama, War, Historical
Themes Political films, Disaster films
Actors Adrien Brody, Tim Robbins, Zhang Guoli, Xu Fan (徐帆), Feng Yuanzheng, Alfred Hsing
Roles Chen Bulei
Rating68% 3.4462653.4462653.4462653.4462653.446265
The film is set in Henan, China in the winter of 1942, during the Second Sino-Japanese War. Master Fan is a wealthy landlord in a village in Henan. When the village is suffering from famine, Fan still has plenty of food to feed his family and the villagers. A group of bandits come and rob the village, eventually burning it down to the ground. Fan's son died in the process of stopping the bandits.
The Message, 1h58
Directed by Gao Qunshu, Kuo-Fu Chen
Genres Drama, War, Thriller, Politic
Themes Political films
Actors 周迅 (Zhou Xun), Li Bingbing (李冰冰), Huang Xiaoming, Duan Yihong, Deng Jiajia
Rating73% 3.6960653.6960653.6960653.6960653.696065
In Nanking 1942, following a series of assassination attempts on officials of the Japanese-controlled puppet government, the Japanese spy chief Taketa (Huang Xiaoming) gathers a group of suspects in a mansion house for questioning. A tense game of "cat and mouse" ensues as the Chinese espionage agent attempts to send out a crucial message while protecting his/her own identity.
Summer Palace, 2h20
Directed by Lou Ye
Origin Chine
Genres Drama, Romance
Actors Hao Lei, Duan Yihong
Roles Tang Caoshi
Rating70% 3.547463.547463.547463.547463.54746
Spanning several cities and over a decade, Summer Palace tells the story of Yu Hong (played by Hao Lei), a young woman from the border-city of Tumen, who is accepted to the fictional Beiqing University, a name that evokes either Peking University ("Beida") or Tsinghua University ("Qinghua"). While in school, Yu Hong meets Li Ti, her best friend (played by Hu Lingling), and Zhou Wei, her college boyfriend and the love of her life (played by Guo Xiaodong). The film is divided into two parts. The first begins in the late 1980s (subtitles inform the audience of the place and year at various points in the film), as Yu Hong enters the university. Lonely and isolated despite the cramped living conditions, Yu Hong eventually befriends another student, Li Ti, who introduces her to her boyfriend Ruo Gu (played by Zhang Xianmin), and Ruo Gu's friend Zhou Wei. Yu Hong and Zhou Wei embark upon a passionate but volatile love affair just as political forces are moving towards Tiananmen Square.
Drifters
Drifters (2003)
, 2h
Directed by Wang Xiaoshuai
Genres Drama
Actors Duan Yihong
Roles Hong Yunsheng, the titular drifter in the film. Hong spent several years in the United States as an undocumented immigrant before being deported back to his home in Fujian. He spends his days loafing around his home town.
Rating65% 3.290453.290453.290453.290453.29045
Hong Yunsheng is a jobless wanderer in Fujian. Attempting to find a better life in the United States, he enters the country as an undocumented worker. While there, however, his American dream quickly falls apart when he and his boss's daughter have a child. He was then told not to visit his son and he is made to sign a paper which is like a contract. He violates that by continuing to visit his son. Enraged, Hong's boss informs the INS and has him deported back to Fujian.