Ma Yu Ke
Ma Yue Ke, born in Lanzhou on August 19, is an actor from Hong Kong Universal Entertainment Corporation. In 2003, Ma Yu Ke received attention for his role as a part of You Tan in Zhang Ji Zhong's version of "Demi-gods and Semi-evils." In 2007, he starred in the TV series "Carol of Zhen Guan," playing the ninth prince Li Zhi. In 2013, he participated in the TV series "Mulan / Woman General" and played the role of Emperor Sui Yang, Yang Guang, and became popular to the viewers. In the same year, Ma Yu Ke officially made his debut on the big screen. With the roles of part-timer Hao in the Pang Brothers' "A Way Out" and "Whitie" Duan Kun in the film "The White Storm" directed by Chen Mu Sheng, he won the Best Newcomer Award in the 32nd Hundred Flowers Award. He participated in the movie "The Boundary" in 2014. In January 2015, he participated in the filming of the movie "Blind Spot," which was released nationwide on October 23rd, 2015. He was the leading star in the movie "Wild City", which was released nationwide on July 30th. Representative movie: "Once Upon a Time in the Northeast" as Tiger Gao with director: Kong Er Gou; "Candle in the Tomb: The Lost Caverns" as Da Jin Ya with director Fei Xing.