Hu Ge

Ge Hu

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  • First Name: Ge
  • Family Name: Hu
  • Native name: 胡歌
  • Also Known as: Dahu;Humao;Hu Xiaobai;Laohu;Maomao;Maoge;Gege;Hu Mama;Hú Gē;Hu Ke;Hugh Hu
  • Nationality: Chinese
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: September 20, 1982
  • Age: 37

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Ge Hu

Hu Ge

  • Name: Hu Ge
  • Native name: 胡歌
  • Also Known as: Dahu;Humao;Hu Xiaobai;Laohu;Maomao;Maoge;Gege;Hu Mama;Hú Gē;Hu Ke;Hugh Hu
  • Nationality: Chinese
  • Gender: Male
  • Born: September 20, 1982
  • Age: 37
Hu Ge , also known as Hugh Hu, is a Chinese actor and singer. While 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 actors. Since then, he has starred in several iconic historical television series; such as The Little Fairy (2006), The Young Warriors (2006), The Legend of the Condor Heroes (2008), Chinese Paladin 3, The Myth (2010), Xuan-Yuan Sword: Scar of Sky (2012) and Sound of the Desert (2014). 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 (2012). Hu gained widespread acclaim with his roles as Ming Tai in the spy drama The Disguiser (2015) and Mei Changsu in the wuxia drama Nirvana in Fire, for which he received the Best Actor Award at the 22nd Magnolia Awards and the Golden Eagle Awards.

Hu Ge was born in Shanghai on 20 September 1982. He received his first training in performing arts in Little Stars Performing Arts School run by Shanghai Media Group (SMG). Hu Ge attended Shanghai Xiang Yang Elementary School (1989–94) and Shanghai No.2 High School (1994–2001), both known for their educational rigor.

In addition to excellent academic work, Hu Ge's talents in a variety of extracurricular endeavors were also recognized. At age 14, Hu Ge started to host a popular TV show Sunshine Youth on Shanghai TV Education Channel for three years. Meanwhile, he was also selected to host a program in East Radio Shanghai. Hu Ge began his acting career by appearing in TV commercials, which helped him gain financial independence before graduating from high school.

In 2001, Hu Ge was admitted to two prestigious art institutes in China: the Central Academy of Drama and Shanghai Theatre Academy. Hu Ge decided to attend the latter, particularly attracted by its strong major in acting.

Hu Ge was involved in a car accident on 29 August 2006 while traveling from Hengdian to Shanghai on the highway. He survived with severe injuries while his assistant died. Hu had to undergo surgery and the entire healing process took approximately one year. The filming of The Legend of the Condor Heroes, which he was working on then, was temporarily halted due to his injury, in addition to being unable to complete promoting his finished project The Young Warriors with his fellow cast members. Hu Ge expresses how he felt of the incident through the performance of his single "Dare to Love", and filmed a music video with his co-star from the two series and friend Cecilia Liu. Soon after the accident, he also published a book Scavenger of Happiness.

Hue Ge has is own agency / company called Hu Ge Studio (under Tangren Media).

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Drama
Year Title # Role Rating
2020 Novoland: Pearl Eclipse
Chinese Drama, 2020, 40 eps
Hua (Main Role)
40
Hua
Main Role
0.0
2017 Game of Hunting
Chinese Drama, 2017, 52 eps
Zheng Qiu Dong (Main Role)
52
Main Role
7.5
2017 Surgeons
Chinese Drama, 2017, 44 eps
(Guest Role)
44
Guest Role
8.4
2016 Go! Goal! Fighting!
Chinese Drama, 2016, 31 eps
Mu Qi/ Xie Yu (Main Role)
31
Main Role
7.9
2015 Good Time
Chinese Drama, 2015, 38 eps
Yuan Hao (Main Role)
38
Main Role
7.2
2015 Nirvana in Fire
Chinese Drama, 2015, 54 eps
54
Main Role
9.1
2015 The Disguiser
Chinese Drama, 2015, 48 eps
Ming Tai (Main Role)
48
Main Role
8.4
2014 49 Days Sacrifice
Chinese Drama, 2014, 42 eps
Dai Tao (Support Role)
42
Dai Tao
Support Role
6.9
2014 Sound of the Desert
Chinese Drama, 2014, 35 eps
Mo Xun / Jiu Ye (Main Role)
35
Main Role
8.3
2014 Life Revelation
Chinese Drama, 2014, 35 eps
Bao Jia Ming (Main Role)
35
Main Role
7.1
2014 iPartment 4
Chinese Drama, 2014, 24 eps
[Guangu Shen Qi’s love rival] (Guest Role)
24
[Guangu Shen Qi’s love rival]
Guest Role
8.8
2012 Refresh 3+7
Chinese Drama, 2012, 10 eps
Chen Jie [epi. 01] / Luo Yue Ran / Er Zhu Zi / [Policeman] (Guest Role)
10
Chen Jie [epi. 01] / Luo Yue Ran / Er Zhu Zi / [Policeman]
Guest Role
6.4
2012 Xuan-Yuan Sword: Scar of Sky
Chinese Drama, 2012, 36 eps
36
Main Role
7.7
2011 Unbeatable
Chinese Drama, 2011, 30 eps
Xu Ran (Main Role)
30
Main Role
6.8
2011 Shangri-La
Chinese Drama, 2011, 30 eps
Zha Xi Ping Cuo (Main Role)
30
Main Role
7.8
2010 Cafe
Chinese Drama, 2010, 28 eps
Chen Cong (Main Role)
28
Main Role
6.4
2010 New Modern People
Chinese Drama, 2010, 30 eps
Xie Fei Fan (Main Role)
30
Main Role
6.9
2010 The Myth
Chinese Drama, 2010, 50 eps
50
Main Role
7.6
2009 Chinese Paladin 3
Chinese Drama, 2009, 37 eps
37
Main Role
8.1
2008 Legend of the Condor Heroes
Chinese Drama, 2008, 50 eps
Guo Jing (Main Role)
50
Guo Jing
Main Role
8.2
2006 The Young Warriors
Chinese Drama, 2006, 43 eps
Yang Yan Zhao / Liu Lang [6th Son] (Main Role)
43
Yang Yan Zhao / Liu Lang [6th Son]
Main Role
8.1
2006 Do Not Love Me
Chinese Drama, 2006, 31 eps
Xu Feng (Main Role)
31
Main Role
7.0
2006 The Little Fairy
Chinese Drama, 2006, 39 eps
Dong Yong (Main Role)
39
Main Role
7.9
2005 Xin Liao Zhai Zhi Yi
Chinese Drama, 2005, 36 eps
Ning Cai Chen (Main Role)
36
Ning Cai Chen
Main Role
7.7
2005 Chinese Paladin
Chinese Drama, 2005, 34 eps
Li Xiao Yao (Main Role)
34
Li Xiao Yao
Main Role
8.0
2003 Dandelion
Chinese Drama, 2003, 20 eps
Cheng Hao (Main Role)
20
Cheng Hao
Main Role
0.0
Movie
Year Title Role Rating
2019 The Wild Goose Lake
Chinese Movie, 2019,
Zhou Ze Nong (Main Role)
Main Role
8.2
2019 Qomolangma
Chinese Movie, 2019,
Yang Guang [Photographer] (Main Role)
Yang Guang [Photographer]
Main Role
7.3
2018 Last Letter
Chinese Movie, 2018,
Zhang Chao (Guest Role)
Zhang Chao
Guest Role
7.4
2016 Cherry Returns
Chinese Movie, 2016,
(Support Role)
Support Role
6.9
2014 Just Another Margin
Hong Kong Movie, 2014,
[Black Emperor's messenger] (Support Role)
[Black Emperor's messenger]
Support Role
6.7
2013 The Empire Symbol
Chinese Movie, 2013,
(Support Role)
Support Role
6.5
2012 Diva
Hong Kong Movie, 2012,
Wu Ming (Main Role)
Wu Ming
Main Role
7.1
2011 China 1911
Chinese Movie, 2011,
Lin Jue Min (Support Role)
Lin Jue Min
Support Role
7.0
2008 The Butterfly Lovers
Hong Kong Movie, 2008,
Ma Cheng En (Support Role)
Ma Cheng En
Support Role
7.3
TV Show
Year Title # Role Rating
2020 Produce Camp 2020
Chinese TV Show, 2020, 10 eps
(Main Host)
10
Main Host
0.0
1997 Happy Camp
Chinese TV Show, 1997, 1080 eps
(Ep. 1017) (Guest)
1080
(Ep. 1017)
Guest
9.1
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