Yang Yang is a gifted dancer, model, and actor from China. His appearances in Love O2O, The Lost Tomb, Martial Universe, The King’s Avatar, and Once Upon a Time have made him well-known. He has served as an ambassador for several companies, including Puma, Dior, Guerlain, Valentino, and Montblanc. In January 2016, Yang Yang made history as the first artist to appear on a postage stamp issued by the Chinese Post.
Early Life and Family
Yang was born in Shanghai, China, on September 9, 1991, according to his birth certificate. Yang Yang and his family currently reside in Shanghai. His father’s name is Yang Jian and his mother’s name is Zhang Jiling. Yang Yang enrolled in the Dance Department of the People’s Liberation Army Arts College in China when he was just 11 years old. He then finished his further education at the Central Academy of Drama for a while. Yang Yang studied dance at the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Arts College.
Yang enjoys swimming, traveling, and cooking. He loves dogs as well. He has ranked fifth in 2017, 27th in 2019, and 44th in 2020 in the Forbes China Celebrity 100 list. Yang, after Kim Taehyung, is the most well-liked Chinese actor in India. The colours black and white are his favorites. He is represented by a wax figure at Madame Tussauds in Beijing and Shanghai. He enjoys eating a lot, and his favorite cuisine is Chinese. Rumour has it that Yang Yang’s wife is a Chinese actress named Bridgette Qiao Xin, but he kept it a secret. He is an avid football player.
Yang has an alluring demeanor and is the most appealing actor. He maintains his physical fitness by consistent exercise and a well-balanced diet. Yang, who is 5’1″ in feet and weighs about 75 kg, has a fantastic physique. He has dark hair and the most stunning black eyes. Yang’s hairdo, adorable appearance, and dance style have made him extremely famous with both men and women these days. His blue-colored hairstyle was a hit with the public.
Yang Yang is the most committed and laser-focused on his work, showing no interest in forming personal relationships. He is therefore currently single and unmarried. However, there are rumors that Yang Yang and actress Zheng Shuang are romantically involved. The majority of people and news items mention Yang’s mistress, who is his wife. Yang stated in the interview that he is looking for his ideal match and dream woman. He is smitten with a girl who is cuter, understanding, and has longer hair than he does. He has no romantic interest in any Chinese army or ideal.
Chinese actress Zheng Shuang became well-known for her portrayal of Chu Yu Xun in the film “Meteor Shower.” She was the youngest nominee for the China TV Golden Eagle Award’s Best Actress category. Additionally, Shuang was selected as one of the “Four Dan actresses of the post-90s Generation” by Southern Metropolis Daily. Following her surrogacy scandal, Zheng Shuang was placed on a blacklist by Chinese state regulators on January 20, 2021, necessitating the cancellation of all current entertainment-related events involving her. She was then investigated for tax cheating and receiving an enormous compensation that exceeded government-approved limits for a role in the television series “A Chinese Ghost Story,” for which she was paid $24.6 million for 77 days of filming, or $320,000 per day.
Yang made his feature film and drama debut at a younger age in 2010 with the Chinese drama “The Dream of Red Mansions.” Subsequently, he began to be recognised for his outstanding acting work in numerous dramas, including “The Founding of a Party (2011–2012)” in which he played Yang Kaizhi, “Melody of Youth (2011–2012)” in which he played Ning Hao, Believe in Tears (2012–2013), Refresh 3+7, Legend of Goddess Luo, Ultimate Conquest (2013–2014), Flowers of Pinellia Ternata, Lanterns (2014), Tiny Times, The Four (2015), “The Lost Tomb” and “The Whirlwind Girl”, which ended up being the most watched drama.
In addition, Yang portrayed Xu Yi in the starring role in the movie “The Left Ear.” The movie was a big hit, and Yang received a lot of praise for his role. He later made an appearance on the reality travel show Divas Hit the Road. In 2016, Yang rose to international fame because to his portrayal of Xiao Nai in the Chinese drama “Love 020.” The highest-grossing drama of the year was this one. Yang rose to fame as the most renowned actor after this.
Subsequently, he portrayed a wide range of characters in numerous dramas, including Yang Kang in “My Adorable Husband (2016),” Huang Moru in “The Chronicles of Town Called Jian (2018),” Lin Dong in “Martial Universe,” Ye Xiu in “The King’s Avatar (2019),” and Zhu Bin in “Together (2020).” His popular films include “Once Upon a Time (2017)” as Ye Hua, “I Belonged to You (2016)” as Mao Shiba, and “Vanguard (2020)” as Lei Zhen Yu. Yang is the first artist featured on a postage stamp issued by China Post. Additionally, Yangs is represented by a wax statue at Madame Tussauds in Beijing and Shanghai.
Yang’s outstanding performance has earned him numerous honors. He was the 2009 BQ Celebrity Score Awards Newcomer of the Year. Yang was crowned the 2010 Mango TV Fan Festival’s Best Couple for the drama “The Dream of Red Mansions.” He was named the Most Beautiful New Star, New Face, Best Trending Energy, and Most Attractive Star of the Year at the 2011 China Power Awards, Sohu Entertainment Award, Baidu Tieba Fan’s Carnival, and Bazaar Men of the Year Awards. He was named Most Popular Actor at the Chinese Campus Art Glory Festival (2011) for his role in the drama “The Four.” He also took home the Popular TV Actor Award at the 4th iQiyi All-Star Carnival for his outstanding performance in the same drama.
At the Sohu Fashion Awards, Youku Young Choice Awards, and 13th Esquire Man at His Best Awards in 2016, he was named the Most Commercially Valuable Artist, Most Popular Male Celebrity, and 2016 UC Headlines Figure. In the same year, for the drama “Love 020,” he was also named the Most Popular Quality Actor at the 2nd China Television Drama Quality Awards. He also earned the titles of Man of the Year, Artist of the Year, VIP Star of the Year, and Most Valuable Star at the Chinese Communist Youth League (2017), 14th Esquire Man At His Best Awards, 11th and 12th Tencent Video Star Awards, and Youku Choice Awards.
He was named the Most Commercially Valuable Artist, Outstanding Young Actor, and Outstanding Youth at the 2018 China Youth Day Gala, CCYL, and Golden Pufferfish Awards. He also took home the Person of the Year, VIP Star, and TV Actor of the Year titles from China Newsweek and Tencent Video All-Star Awards (2019) for the drama The King’s Avatar. He received the title of VIP Star at the 2020 Tencent Video All-Star Awards. The 13th Macau International TV Festival in 2022 awarded Who Rules the World’s Best Actor. With Glory of Special Forces, he was awarded Screen Influential Male Character at The Annual Ceremony of Cultural Responsibility & Influence (2023).
He was the recipient of the Glory of Special Forces Quality Influence Drama Star Award at the Television Series China Quality Ceremony (2023). At the Sohu Fashion Awards, Youku Young Choice Awards, and 13th Esquire Man at His Best Awards in 2016, he was named the Most Commercially Valuable Artist, Most Popular Male Celebrity, and 2016 UC Headlines Figure. In the same year, for the drama “Love 020,” he was also named the Most Popular Quality Actor at the 2nd China Television Drama Quality Awards. He also earned the titles of Man of the Year, Artist of the Year, VIP Star of the Year, and Most Valuable Star at the Chinese Communist Youth League (2017), 14th Esquire Man At His Best Awards, 11th and 12th Tencent Video Star Awards, and Youku Choice Awards.