Xu Zheng (actor)

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Xu Zheng (born 18 April 1972) is a Chinese actor and director best known for acting in comedic roles.wikipedia
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Lost in Hong Kong

Xu directed, co-wrote, co-produced and starred in Lost in Thailand (2012) and Lost in Hong Kong (2015), two of the highest-grossing films in China.
Lost in Hong Kong is a 2015 Chinese comedy film directed, co-written and co-produced by Xu Zheng, starring himself along with Bao Bei'er, Zhao Wei, and Du Juan.

Lost in Thailand

Xu directed, co-wrote, co-produced and starred in Lost in Thailand (2012) and Lost in Hong Kong (2015), two of the highest-grossing films in China.
Lost in Thailand is a 2012 Chinese comedy film directed and co-written by Xu Zheng and starring Xu Zheng, Wang Baoqiang, and Huang Bo.

Sunny Piggy

Xu found fame with the wacky TV series Sunny Piggy (2000), co-starring his future wife Tao Hong.
It stars Xu Zheng as Zhu Bajie, a foolish pig (and farting machine) who wanted to become human, and Tao Hong as a kindhearted dragon princess who loved him unconditionally until her death.

Li Wei the Magistrate

He gained further recognition after other comedy TV dramas Li Wei the Magistrate (2001) and Love Through Different Times (2002), as well as comedy films Call for Love (2007) and Lost on Journey (2010).
Li Wei the Magistrate, also known as Li Wei Becomes an Official, is a 2001 Chinese television historical comedy-drama starring Xu Zheng as a young Li Wei, an illiterate county magistrate who would become one of the most prominent officials during 18th-century Qing dynasty.

Lost on Journey

He gained further recognition after other comedy TV dramas Li Wei the Magistrate (2001) and Love Through Different Times (2002), as well as comedy films Call for Love (2007) and Lost on Journey (2010).
Lost on Journey is a 2010 Chinese comedy film directed by Raymond Yip and starring Xu Zheng and Wang Baoqiang.

Dying to Survive

He also co-produced and starred in Dying to Survive (2018).
Dying to Survive stars Xu Zheng in the lead role, who also co-produced the film with Ning Hao.

Call for Love

He gained further recognition after other comedy TV dramas Li Wei the Magistrate (2001) and Love Through Different Times (2002), as well as comedy films Call for Love (2007) and Lost on Journey (2010). Since appearing in Ning Hao's Crazy Stone (2006), Xu also began to turn more and more to comedy films, starring in Call for Love (2007) and One Night in Supermarket (2009).
The film stars comedic actor Xu Zheng as well as some of China's most prominent young actresses, including Fan Bingbing, Eva Huang and others.

One Night in Supermarket

Since appearing in Ning Hao's Crazy Stone (2006), Xu also began to turn more and more to comedy films, starring in Call for Love (2007) and One Night in Supermarket (2009).
One Night in Supermarket is a 2009 Chinese comedy film directed and written by Yang Qing, starring Xu Zheng, Li Xiaolu, Qiao Renliang, Yang Qing (not the director), Zhang Jiayi, Zhao Yingjun and Wang Dongfang.

Breakup Buddies

Xu has acted in most of Ning Hao's films including No Man's Land (2013) and Breakup Buddies (2014).
It stars Huang Bo and Xu Zheng as buddies on a wild 3,000-kilometre cross-country journey from Beijing to Dali City (via Zhangjiajie).

No Man's Land (2013 film)

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Xu has acted in most of Ning Hao's films including No Man's Land (2013) and Breakup Buddies (2014).
No Man's Land is a 2013 Chinese neo-western thriller film directed, co-written and co-produced by Ning Hao and starring Xu Zheng, Yu Nan, Huang Bo and Tobgye (Tibetan actor also known as Duobuji).

How Long Will I Love U

Other collaborations include Sky Lovers (2002 TV series), No Lonely Angels (2002 film), The Last Red Hot Lover (2005–06 theatre production), No Man's Land, and How Long Will I Love U.
How Long Will I Love U is a 2018 Chinese fantasy romantic comedy film written and directed by Su Lun, based on an idea by Xu Zheng who also produced the film.

Shanghai Theatre Academy

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After graduating from Shanghai Theatre Academy in 1994, Xu portrayed mostly minor roles on television and film for years.

Love Through Different Times

He gained further recognition after other comedy TV dramas Li Wei the Magistrate (2001) and Love Through Different Times (2002), as well as comedy films Call for Love (2007) and Lost on Journey (2010).
It stars Taiwanese actress Zhang Ting as a kungfu-trained thief who time-traveled from modern Hong Kong to 14th-century Nanjing, where she fell in love with Zhu Yunwen (Xu Zheng), the eventual Jianwen Emperor.

Meet the In-Laws (2012 film)

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Psychologist Fan Jianqiang (Xu Zheng) travels with his girlfriend Su Xi (Lin Peng) from Shanghai to her home in Hangzhou, to meet her parents for the first time.

Ning Hao

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Since appearing in Ning Hao's Crazy Stone (2006), Xu also began to turn more and more to comedy films, starring in Call for Love (2007) and One Night in Supermarket (2009). Xu has acted in most of Ning Hao's films including No Man's Land (2013) and Breakup Buddies (2014).

Huang Bo

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Huang Bo, Xu's good friend and frequent co-star in Ning's films, also joined the project.
The same year he starred alongside Xu Zheng in the comedy film Breakup Buddies, which became one of the top-grossing domestic films at the Chinese box-office.

My People, My Country

My People, My Country is a 2019 Chinese seven-part anthology drama film, consisting of seven segments directed by seven directors, Chen Kaige, Zhang Yibai, Guan Hu, Xue Xiaolu, Xu Zheng, Ning Hao, and Wen Muye.

Tao Hong (actress, born 1972)

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Xu found fame with the wacky TV series Sunny Piggy (2000), co-starring his future wife Tao Hong.
Tao Hong married actor Xu Zheng in 2002.

Legend of a Rabbit

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In May 2013, it was stated that Xu Zheng would play the main character, and that the film would premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on May 19.

Fake Fiction

Fake Fiction (Chinese: 摩登年代) is a 2013 comedy-drama film directed by Shao Xiaoli and starring Xu Zheng and Zhang Zifeng.

The Bachelor (Chinese TV series)

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The series stars Xu Zheng as a 35-year-old single man under parental pressure to get married, and detailed his romantic adventures.