Chinese actors who were born in 1972

Here are 7 famous actors from China were born in 1972:

Pete Teo

Pete Teo (December 26, 1972 Tawau-) otherwise known as Teo, Pete or Zhāng Zifu is a Chinese singer, singer-songwriter, actor, film producer and record producer.

He is best known for his socially conscious music and his work in the Malaysian film industry. Teo began his career in the late 1990s as a singer-songwriter, releasing several albums that were critically acclaimed but had limited commercial success. He then shifted his focus to film, producing and starring in several acclaimed movies such as "Papadom" and "Nasi Lemak 2.0".

In addition to his music and film work, Teo has also been involved in activism, particularly around environmental and social justice issues. He was a key figure in the Save Malaysia Stop Lynas movement and has also been vocal about Malaysia's political situation.

Teo has won numerous awards for his work in both music and film, including the Best Original Song award at the Golden Horse Awards and the Best New Director award at the Malaysian Film Festival. He continues to be an influential figure in Malaysian arts and culture.

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Ronald Cheng

Ronald Cheng (March 9, 1972 Hong Kong-) also known as ¾G¤¤°ò, Cheng Chung Kei, Zheng Zhong Ji, 郑中基, Cheng, Ronald, Chung-Kei Cheng, Ronald Cheng Chung-Kei, Cheng Chung-Kei, Zhèng Zhōngjī, Zeng6 zung1 gei1 or Chen Chung Chi is a Chinese musician, record producer, actor, composer and singer-songwriter. He has one child, Emma Cheng.

Ronald Cheng began his career in the entertainment industry as a DJ for a local radio station. He then started acting in dramas and began to gain popularity in the early 2000s. Along with his successful acting career, Cheng is also known for his music. He has released several albums throughout his career and has won numerous awards for his music, including the Best Male Singer award at the 2010 Global Chinese Music Awards. In addition to his work in music and acting, Cheng has also been a judge on the Chinese reality TV show "Sing! China" and has hosted a variety of television programs in Hong Kong. He is known for his humorous personality and is often referred to as the "King of Comedies" by his fans.

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Vincent Zhao

Vincent Zhao (April 10, 1972 Harbin-) also known as Vincent Zhao, Man Cheuk Chiu, Vincent Chiu Man Chuk, Wen Zhou Zhao, Wenzhou Zhao, Wenzhuo Zhao, Vincent Zhao Wenzuo, Zhao Zhuo, Chiu Man-cheuk, Chao Wen-jar, Zhào Wénzhuó, 赵文卓, 趙文卓, Ziu6 Man4 Coek3, Vincent Chiu, Vincent Zhao Wenzhuo, Kungfu King or Zhao Wenzhuo is a Chinese actor and martial artist. He has three children, Zhao Ziyang, Zhao Zilong and Zhao Yuanda.

Vincent Zhao was born in Harbin, China in 1972. He began his career as a martial artist and became the national martial arts champion at the age of 21. He then transitioned to acting and has starred in numerous films and television series, including "Once Upon a Time in China IV", "The Blade", and "True Legend".

Aside from his acting career, Zhao is also known for his dedication to martial arts. He is a 6th dan black belt in wushu and has trained in various forms of martial arts including taekwondo, kung fu, and Brazilian jiu-jitsu.

In addition to his impressive martial arts skills, Zhao is also a philanthropist and has been involved in numerous charitable organizations. He founded the Zhao Wenzhuo International Wushu Federation in 2015, which aims to promote the development of wushu around the world.

Zhao is married and has three children. His son, Zhao Zilong, has followed in his father's footsteps and is also a martial artist and actor.

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Chapman To

Chapman To (June 8, 1972 Hong Kong-) otherwise known as Man-chat To, Zhuo-zhang Wu, Wen-ze Du, Chapman To Man-Chat, To Man-Chat, Edward To, Chapman To Man-chak, Edward Ng Cheuk-cheung, Ng4 Coek3 Zeong1, Wu Zhuozhang, To Man Chak, Chapman To Man Chat, To Man Chat, Chatman To, Dù Wénzé, Wú Zhuōzhāng, Dou6 Man4-zaak6 or To Man-chak is a Chinese actor, radio personality, photographer and film producer.

Chapman To started his entertainment career as a DJ on Commercial Radio Hong Kong before making his acting debut in the TVB drama "Return of the Cuckoo" in 2000. He then gained popularity through his appearances in the "Infernal Affairs" film series and the TVB drama "Triumph in the Skies".

Aside from acting, To has also produced several films, including "The Jade and the Pearl" and "The Empty Hands". He has received several awards and nominations for his performances, including Best Supporting Actor at the Hong Kong Film Awards for his role in "Beast Stalker".

To is also an advocate for mental health awareness and has spoken openly about his own struggles with depression. He has used his platform to raise awareness and reduce the stigma surrounding mental health issues in Hong Kong.

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Xu Zheng

Xu Zheng (April 18, 1972 Shanghai-) also known as Zheng Xu is a Chinese actor, film director, screenwriter and film producer. His child is called Xu XiaoBao.

Xu Zheng graduated from the prestigious Shanghai Theatre Academy and began his acting career in the 1990s. He gained recognition for his roles in the films Lost in Thailand (2012) and Lost in Hong Kong (2015), both of which he directed, wrote, and starred in.

As a director, Xu Zheng has won critical and commercial success with his unique blend of humor and local cultural references. In addition to his film work, he has also acted in various TV series and stage productions, earning accolades for his performances.

Outside of his entertainment career, Xu Zheng is also known for his philanthropic efforts. He has been involved in various charitable causes, including disaster relief work and environmental conservation initiatives. In recent years, he has also become a spokesperson for various brands and products in China.

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Cheang Pou-soi

Cheang Pou-soi (January 5, 1972 Hong Kong-) a.k.a. Soi Cheang, Cheang Pou Soi, Cheang Soi, 鄭保瑞, Cheang Pou-Soi, Soi Cheang Pou Soi, Cheng Bo Sui, Cheng Poi Shui or Jeng Biu Shui is a Chinese screenwriter, film director and actor.

He initially started his career as a TV and film actor in the 1990s before transitioning into directing in the early 2000s. Cheang has directed numerous critically acclaimed films, including "Dog Bite Dog" (2006), "Accident" (2009), and "The Monkey King" trilogy (2014-2018) starring Donnie Yen. He is known for his stylish visuals and action sequences that often push the boundaries of what is expected from Hong Kong cinema. Cheang has won several awards for his work, including Best Director at the Hong Kong Film Awards for "Motorway" (2012). In addition to his film career, he has also directed TV dramas and commercials.

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Zhang Lei

Zhang Lei (December 20, 1972 Ürümqi-) is a Chinese actor.

He is best known for his work in television dramas such as "Heroes in Sui and Tang Dynasties", "Beijing Love Story", and "The Rhapsody of a Summer Dream". Zhang Lei graduated from the Central Academy of Drama, and made his acting debut in the late 1990s. He has since become a popular figure in the Chinese entertainment industry, not just for his acting skills but also for his good looks and charming personality. In addition to his work in television, Zhang Lei has also appeared in a number of films such as "Happiness Meets Sorrow" and "Nuptials". He has won several awards for his performances, including the Golden Eagle Award for Best Supporting Actor.

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