Tony Yang
楊祐寧
MaleCast1982-08-30180cm
Tony Yang, born on August 30th, 1982, in Taiwan is a Taiwanese actor. In 2004, he starred in his first film "Formula 17" which he won the Best New Performer Award at the 41st Golden Horse Awards. In 2006, he was nominated for the Best Actor Award at the 41st Golden Bell Awards for "Holy Ridge". In 2011, he starred in his first TV series "The Glamorous Imperial Concubine". In the same year, he was nominated for the Best Actor Award at the 47th Golden Bell Awards for his role in the drama "Ex-boyfriend". In 2013, he played Ye Ru Hai in the movie "Zone Pro Site" and He Xiang in the movie "David Loman". In 2014, he played Tony in the movie "The Queens" directed by Annie Yi and played Huo Lian Qi in the movie "The House That Never Dies". In 2015, he played Sheng Peng in the movie "Where the Wind Settles" and Yan Ze Ming in the movie "The Crossing". In the same year, he starred in the movies "Time to Love" and "Distance". In 2016, he acted in the movies "Cold War 2", "My War", and "Phantom of the Theatre". In 2017, he participated in the celebrity self-guided travel program "Divas Hit the Road". In the same year, he played Chen Xiao Bao in the adventure action film "The Adventurers" and acted in the movie "Monster Hunt 2". In 2019, he starred in the martial arts drama "The Demi Gods and Semi Devils". In 2020, he starred in the TV series "Love Yourself" that was broadcasted on iQIYI.
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