Mark Zhao,Zhao You Ting,Mark Chao
Mark Chao is an actor, born in Taipei, Taiwan on September 25, 1984. In 2009, he starred in his first drama "Black & White" and won Best Actor at the 44th Golden Bell Awards in Taiwan with his performance. In 2010, he led his first work on the big screen "Monga" and won Best Newcomer at the 5th Asian Film Awards. In 2012, the movie, "Love," in which Mark had a lead role, grossed a total of 125 million yuan. That same year, he also won Outstanding Chinese Actor at the 15th China Huabiao Film Awards with his performance in the drama film "Caught in the Web." In 2013, he garnered attention with his role of Chen Xiaozheng in the youth romantic film "So Young." He also played the lead role of Dee Renjie in the suspense and action movie "Young Detective Dee: Rise of the Sea Dragon" in the same year. In 2014, he won Best Actor at the 16th Huading Awards with his action movie "Black & White: The Dawn of Justice." In 2015, he starred in the 3D adventure film "Chronicles of the Ghostly Tribe." He gained even more attention in 2017 with his role as Ye Hua in the historical fantasy drama "Eternal Love." On December 7, 2019, his movie "Saturday Fiction" premiered.