Huang Xiaoming (黄晓明,born 13 November 1977) is a Chinese actor, singer, and model. He graduated from the Performance Institute of the Beijing Film Academy in 2000. Huang first rose to prominence in 2001 for playing Emperor Wu of Han in the television series The Prince of Han Dynasty. In 2007, Huang signed a contract with Huayi Brothers and began focusing on his film career, appearing in films like The Sniper (2009), The Message (2010), and Sacrifice (2010). He returned to television in 2013, portraying the national hero Yue Fei in The Patriot Yue Fei.
Huang is best known for his roles in television as Yang Guo in The Return of the Condor Heroes (2006), Xu Wenqiang in Shanghai Bund(2007), Luo Xi in Summer’s Desire (2010) and Zuo Zhen in Cruel Romance (2015); as well as his roles in films American Dreams in China(2013) and Xuanzang (2016).
Huang Xiaoming, one of the most famous young actors in China, became the boss himself when he opened the Huang Xiaoming Studio in 2011. His two films “American Dreams inChina” and “White Haired Witch” were recently released. His performances in these two films received the praise of many critics. In 2013, he topped the list of biggest earning stars with 392million yuan (US$63.43 million).