Nicky Wu
taiwanese actor-singer
Nicky Wu
Nicky Wu is a Taiwanese singer and actor. Wu found fame in 1988, by joining the Taiwanese boy band, Little Tigers Team, performing alongside Alec Su and Julian Chen. Since then, his career has also expanded into film and television in Taiwan, Hong Kong and mainland China.
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  • 2015
    Age 44
    In January 2015, Wu married his Scarlet Heart co-star, Cecilia Liu.
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    Wu then married his Scarlet Heart co-star Cecilia Liu on 20 January 2015.
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  • 2011
    Age 40
    In late 2011, Wu acted in the television series Scarlet Heart, and is set to return to film its sequel Scarlet Heart 2 in 2013 in a different role.
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  • 2010
    Age 39
    In February 2010, Wu and the other members of Little Tigers Team reunited to perform during the Chinese New Year.
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  • 2006
    Age 35
    Wu is the second child in his family. He married Chinese actress Ma Yashu (馬雅舒) in December 2006. They filed for divorce in 2009.
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    Wu married Chinese actress Ma Yashu in 2006. They filed for divorce in 2009.
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  • 1998
    Age 27
    He returned to the entertainment industry in late 1998.
    More Details Hide Details Just around the new millennium, with the broadcast of television series such as At the Threshold of an Era, Treasure Venture and Treasure Raiders, Wu achieved fame in the television industry. Since then, he has been working consistently in both film and television. Since 2002, he focused his career in mainland China and moved to Beijing. With his background as a professional athlete, he is best known for playing fighting scenes and never uses stuntmen as he trusts his own ability. At times, he has also played complete different roles, proving himself to be a very skillful actor. During this period, Wu participated in more than 20 television series and more than 10 films as the lead actor.
  • 1997
    Age 26
    In February 1997, Wu went into the army to complete his military service.
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  • 1995
    Age 24
    After the break-up of the Little Tigers Team in 1995, Wu continued his solo career and embarked on a career in acting.
    More Details Hide Details Since then, his career has expanded into film and television in Taiwan, Hong Kong and mainland China.
  • 1993
    Age 22
    As an actor, Wu won the 1993 Best New Artist award in Hong Kong, and the next year played the lead in the 1994 film The Lovers, his greatest commercial success.
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  • 1992
    Age 21
    Wu released his debut solo album in 1992.
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  • 1988
    Age 17
    In 1988, Wu was spotted by an entertainment agent, and after an audition he was chosen to be part of the 小虎隊 (Little Tigers Team) and given the nickname of "Pilihu" (霹靂虎; Thunderbolt Tiger).
    More Details Hide Details The group quickly became successful throughout Asia but disbanded due to one member's compulsory military service requirement. Wu continued solo, and began singing and acting in Taiwan and Hong Kong. In five years, he released 13 Mandarin and Cantonese albums.
    He found fame in 1988 when he became a member of the boy band, Xiao Hu Dui (Little Tiger Team), performing alongside Alec Su and Julian Chen.
    More Details Hide Details The trio were extremely popular and successful in Taiwan, selling many records in the process. During his time with Little Tigers Team, he pursued a solo career, releasing an extensive catalogue of songs, Mandarin and Cantonese albums as a solo artist when member Julian Chen left the group to serve compulsory military service.
  • 1970
    Born on October 31, 1970.
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