Liu Yi Jun
Liu Yi Jun, born on June 12, 1970 in Xi'an, Shanxi Province, is a mainland Chinese actor who graduated from the Acting Department of Beijing Film Academy in 1991. In 1999, he played Shu Chi in the TV drama "Genghis Khan". In 2000, he was nominated for Best Actor at the 18th Golden Eagle Awards for his role as Liu Guoqiang in the movie "Sheng Si Xiong Di Qing". In 2005, he played Feng Deyi in the TV drama "Initiating Prosperity". In 2012, he played Ouyang Rui in the TV drama "Romance of Our Parents". In 2014, he participated in the political period drama "Nirvana in Fire" and played Xie Yu, the scheming Marquis of Ningguo; In the same year, he joined the espionage drama "The Disguiser" and played the role of fierce instructor Wang Tianfeng. In 2016, the drama version "So Young" was broadcasted, where he played the role Zhou Liang. In the same year, he joined the undercover drama "Undercover" to play Lian Zhong; He played the role of Yang Fan in the inspirational medical TV drama "Surgeons"; He played Zhang Wanlin in the epic drama "Great Expectations"; He played the Heavenly Emperor in the fantasy political period drama "Lost Love in Times”.