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Hu Ge is a Actor Chinois born on 20 september 1982 at Shanghai (Chine)

Hu Ge

Hu Ge
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Birth name Hu Ke (for 1 month only)
Nationality Chine
Birth 20 september 1982 (37 years) at Shanghai (Chine)

Hu Ge (born 20 September 1982 in Shanghai, China), is a Chinese actor and singer. While he was studying at the Shanghai Theater Academy, he was invited to play the leading role Li Xiaoyao in the 2005 television series Chinese Paladin, and immediately skyrocketed to fame as one of China's most popular idol actors. In September 2012, he was nominated for Best Newcomer at the 31st Hundred Flowers Awards for his role as Lin Juemin in Chinese historical film 1911.


Il est né le 20, septembre 1982 à Shanghai. Son père était un professeur de tennis, tandis que sa mère était une enseignante. Il a étudié le théâtre dans l'Académie théâtre de Shanghai et il a fini ses études en juillet 2005. Pendant l'étude à l'Académie, Hu a rencontré son meilleur ami Justin Yuan et Cecilia Han, avec qui il a collaboré plusieurs fois dans différentes séries chinoises.

En 2004, Hu est devenu très célèbre grâce à son rôle de Li Xiaoyao dans la série chinoise Chinese Paladin, une adaptation d'un jeux vidéo RPG The Legend of Sword and Fairy. Hu a aussi chanté deux chansons pour cette série qui lui donne le commencement de sa vie musicales.

Usually with

Jackie Chan
Jackie Chan
(2 films)
Zhang Guoli
Zhang Guoli
(1 films)
Diao Yi'nan
Diao Yi'nan
(1 films)
Daniel Lee
Daniel Lee
(1 films)
Wei Zongwan
Wei Zongwan
(2 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Hu Ge (9 films)

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The Wild Goose Lake, 1h53
Directed by Diao Yi'nan
Origin Chine
Genres Drama, Crime
Actors Liao Fan, Hu Ge, Kwai Lun-mei
Roles Zhou Zenong
Rating68% 3.4406153.4406153.4406153.4406153.440615
Un règlement de compte entre deux familles mafieuses rivales qui gère le trafic de motos d'une région mène le héros, Zhou Zenong, à abattre un policier par erreur. Il est dès lors recherché dans tout le secteur, et sa tête est mise à prix.
The Climbers, 2h5
Directed by Daniel Lee
Origin Chine
Genres Drama, Action
Themes Sports films, Alpinisme
Actors Wu Jing, Zhang Ziyi, Jing Boran, Hu Ge, Jackie Chan
Roles Yang Guang
Rating53% 2.667452.667452.667452.667452.66745
Mai 1960. Mont Everest, la deuxième marche sous la falaise. Les quatre membres du commando d'escalade Everest de Chine s'attaquent à la "deuxième étape" la plus difficile. C'est leur cinquième assaut. Les quatre premier leur ont coûté trop de force physique... enfin, le vent et la neige ont comblé l'écart.
Dragon Nest: Warriors' Dawn, 1h28
Genres Fantasy, Adventure, Animation, Romance
Themes Films based on video games
Actors Hu Ge, Carrie-Anne Moss, Lucas Grabeel, Blythe Auffarth, Xu Jiao, Charlie Schlatter
Roles Velskud.
Rating63% 3.155363.155363.155363.155363.15536
The movie takes place fifty years before the game. Alteria is a land divided among humans, elves, beasts, and dragons. Decades ago, the elves and humans drove the beasts and dragons back into the Dark Mountains. Evil thrives on darkness and draws strength from it. Rage and fury gather in the gem possessed by the Black Dragon Karas, waiting for the dragon to reawaken.
1911 (2011)
, 2h2
Directed by Jackie Chan
Origin Chine
Genres Drama, War, Action, Adventure, Historical
Themes Sports films, Martial arts films, Kung fu films
Actors Jackie Chan, Li Bingbing (李冰冰), Winston Chao, Joan Chen, Jaycee Chan, Hu Ge
Roles Lin JueMin
Rating57% 2.89962.89962.89962.89962.8996
The story closely follows key events of the Xinhai Revolution, with focus on Huang Xing and Sun Yat-sen. It begins with the Wuchang Uprising of 1911 and follows through historical events such as the Second Guangzhou Uprising on 27 April 1911, the deaths of the 72 martyrs, the election of Sun Yat-sen as the provisional president of the new Provisional Republic of China, the abdication of the last Qing dynasty emperor Puyi on 12 February 1912, and Yuan Shikai becoming the new provisional president in Beijing on 10 March 1912.
Butterfly Lovers
Origin Hong kong
Genres Action, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, Sports films, LGBT-related films, Transgender in film, Martial arts films, Wuxia films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film, Cross-dressing in film
Actors Charlene Choi, Hu Ge, Ti Lung, Xiong Xin-xin, Shao Bing, Louis Fan
Roles Ma Chengen
Rating51% 2.574572.574572.574572.574572.57457
The movie begins with an explanation of the legend of the Butterfly Lovers. Zhu Yanzhi disguises herself as a man to go to Soul Ease Clan, which she must do to learn fighting skills which will help protect her family. While there she meets Bro Shan who protects her and calls her Little Bro, unaware that she is a woman. She has a love of butterflies and decorates Bro Shan's sword with two butterflies. At first Bro Shan is angry at Yanzhi for drawing butterflies on his sword but eventually accepts it. The pair develop a close friendship. Bro Shan eventually realizes that Yanzhi is a woman and makes a butterfly pin for her. Eventually, Bro Ma, Yanzhi's childhood friend comes to pick her up and take her back to her family. Yanzhi is pleased that she will be going home but says she will miss Bro Shan, who she is now in love with. Before she leaves, Bro Shan takes her to Butterfly Valley, a beautiful grassy green field where hundreds of butterflies fly.
The 601st Phone Call, 1h30
Directed by Zhang Guoli
Genres Drama
Actors Hu Ge, Cecilia Cheung, Niu Ben, Zhang Guoli, Wei Zongwan
Roles Xiaowen
Rating43% 2.1836252.1836252.1836252.1836252.183625
A young woman named Yishu believes she has no luck at all and she blames her name for it. One day she starts receiving phone calls from people thinking that she is the popular singer Tianyou. It turns out that someone has leaked 600 phone numbers of famous people to the internet and Yishu's phone number got mixed up in the bunch.
The Ghost Inside, 1h40
Directed by Herman Yau
Genres Horror
Actors Liu Ye, Barbie Hsu (徐熙媛), Hu Ge
Rating56% 2.847422.847422.847422.847422.84742
The Ghost Inside tells the story of a young mother, Lin Xiaoyue, who flees an abusive husband, taking their young daughter with her. She rents an apartment in a new apartment block but soon regrets the move as a neighbor tells her the apartment is haunted by the spirit of a young mother who threw her daughter out of the window before jumping to her death herself. A series of strange occurrences convince Lin there really is a ghost before the spirit finally reveals herself to Lin. The ghost tells Lin she too will one day commit murder/suicide in the same fashion.
The National Anthem, 1h40
Directed by Wu Ziniu
Actors Chen Kun, Hu Ge
Rating61% 3.0773.0773.0773.0773.077
Just Another Margin, 1h31
Genres Comedy
Themes Films based on mythology
Actors Betty Sun, Ekin Cheng, Ada Choi, Ivy Chen, Patrick Tang, Julian Cheung

This movie takes place in an unspecified time period of China, but it is one where the famous heroes of Liangshan Marsh, the 108 Bandits, are currently active. A strange girl named Xu Jin Ling (Betty Sun) possessing a powerful yueqin, which doubles as a weapon for self-defense, offends the prominent businessman, Mr. Zhao (Guo Degang), by humiliating his niece using said musical instrument. As punishment for this act of insolence, Mr. Zhao arranges the marriage between Jin Ling and their home village's ugliest resident, Mao Dai Long (Suet Lam). However, Mr. Zhao's lecherous and conniving cousin, Shi Wen Sheng (Ronald Cheng), takes notice of the beautiful girl, and plots with Mr. Zhao to be rid of Mao Dai Long so that Jin Ling will become Wen Sheng's wife. An unexpected turn of events occur, however, because when Dai Long introduces Jin Ling to his little stepbrother, Mao Song (Cheng Yee Kin), they immediately recognize each other, as they have met each other a long time ago when they were but children. Another series of unexpected events start happening in this seemingly uneventful village, as when Mao Song is helpless to save Dai Long from the crime he was framed by Wen Sheng for and is unable to save Jin Ling from becoming Wen Sheng's wife, he runs into two oddly dressed men, to whom the audience is introduced to as two space aliens named Tranzor and Shakespeare of Planet B16, but introduce themselves to the destitute and somewhat suicidal man as two immortal fairies who will help him address his grievances. For the moment, it seemed as if everything was going the way Mao Song wanted, but things then take a turn for the worse when Jin Ling runs away from home since she refuses adamantly to acknowledge the hideous-looking Dai Long as her husband, though Dai Long didn't really care about that, Mr. Zhao and Wen Sheng hire the 108 Bandits, who are portrayed in this movie not as valiant heroes, but as money-grubbing mercenaries, to kill Jin Ling, and an alien martial artist (Hu Ge) who has been living undercover among humanity for decades and serves a powerful warlord of Planet B16 named the Black Emperor, is finally activated and deployed to assassinate Mao Song, for Mao Song is, in reality, a B16 Alien who's the legitimate heir to the leadership of B16, but was abandoned on Earth by his family under the guise of a human child so that the Black Emperor won't be able to find him.