Oho Ou, born on October 13th, 1992, in Pingtan County, Fuzhou City of Fujian Province, is a Chinese male pop singer and actor. In 2013, he made his official debut after winning second place in Hunan TV's singing competition "Super Boy". During the competition, he was named "Hottest Male" by the fashion magazine "Grazia". In 2014, he won the Most Popular Newcomer award at the 14th Top Chinese Music Awards. In the same year, he appeared in his first television series "Song of Vengeance" and the romantic comedy film "Temporary Family". In 2015, he starred in the youth film "The Left Ear", which achieved a box office record of 4.85 million yuan. He won the Most Anticipated Actor award at the 16th Chinese Film Media Awards for his performance. That same year, he released his first solo album, "On His Own" and won the Best All-Rounded Artist and Best Trendy Singer awards at the KU Music Asian Music Awards. In the same year, he successively starred in the youth crime film "Blood of Youth" and romance film "Crying Out in Love". In 2017, he starred in the coming-of-age film "Fist & Faith", the fantasy epic film "Wu Kong", the war film "The Founding of an Army", and the fantasy mystery film "Legend of the Demon Cat". In 2019, he starred in the romance drama "Love Under the Moon", the disaster film "The Bravest", the crime film "Vortex", the biographical film "The Captain", and the historical film "My People, My Country: The Eve". At present, he has starred in movies with a total box-office gross of over 8.407 billion yuan and ranks among the top 13 actors in China.