Born in Hong Kong on September 29, 1958, his ancestral home is Raoping, Guangdong Province. His parents make a living in a seafood shop in Hong Kong. Tang Zhenye has eight brothers and sisters in his family. Later, due to family poverty, Tang Zhenye went out to work with his brother Tang Zhenzong when he was young. In May 1978, Tang Zhenye was admitted to the eighth art training class of TVB, and graduated from the eighth art training class of TVB in 1979.
In 1979, he appeared in his first TV play Chu Liuxiang, playing a disciple of Emei.
In 1980, he starred in the classic wireless drama "Shanghai beach" and played the role of hot-blooded young Chen Hanlin, which was his first work to impress the audience. In the same year, he starred in the Hong Kong TVB TV series "wind and cloud", playing Hu Hongyuan. Later, he played Xiao Liu in the Hong Kong TVB TV series "the king of a thousand kings".
In 1981, he acted as Ruan xinrang in Hong Kong TVB TV series "no double spectrum"; in the same year, he played Zou Qian in Hong Kong TVB TV series "the way ahead".
In 1982, he appeared in the Hong Kong TVB fashion drama "Xiangcheng prodigal son"; in the same year, he played Duan Yu in "Tianlong Babu", which was well known by the audience; later, he played Duan Yu again in the Hong Kong TVB TV drama "Tianlong Babu: The Legend of bamboo".
In 1983, he took part in "the hero" as Huo Du; during that time, he took part in the film "Police Story" directed by Jackie Chan; in the same year, he played Qiao Zhenyu in the Hong Kong TVB TV series "leopard gall"; later, he cooperated with Huang Xingxiu, starring in the Hong Kong TV series "Thirteen sisters" and playing the protagonist anlongfei.
In 1984, he played Nalan Zhengde in TVB Hong Kong drama "baozhilin" starred by Andy Lau; in the same year, he played the role of Li Yuanji in TVB Hong Kong drama "decisive battle Xuanwumen"; later, he played Yang Zhenming in Hong Kong TV drama "faith is predestined"; at the same time, he took part in TVB Hong Kong drama "five tigers", playing Hong Zhen.
In 1985, he played Gao langting in Hong Kong's TVB TV series "a good girl on duty"; in the same period, he played Luo Zuguang in Hong Kong's TVB TV series "future generations are formidable"; in the same year, he played Baxian Wang in Hong Kong's TVB TV series "Yang Jiajiang"; later, he played Sima Ping in Hong Kong's TVB TV series "Zhong Wuyan" starring Chen Xiuzhu and Zheng Yuling.
In 1986, he played Yan Qing in the TVB TV series Lin Chong starring Kaohsiung. In the same year, after his appointment with TVB, he went to Taiwan to play in local dramas.
In 1987, he played the leading role of Lei Mingdeng in the Hong Kong film you OK, I ok directed by Feng Shixiong.
In 1988, he returned to Hong Kong and signed a contract with ATV to perform in the series. He played Tan Zhaochang in the Hong Kong ATV series wild cherry blossom starring Qi Meizhen.
In 1989, he acted as Kent Tong in the Hong Kong action film Double Dragons.
In 1991, Tang Zhenye won the best supporting actor nomination of Hong Kong Film Awards and Taiwan Film Golden Horse Awards for his excellent interpretation of the role of "anti bone East" in the movie "the break of five tigers" directed by Zeng Zhiwei. In the same year, he played Emperor Guangxu in the TV series "the thirteen dynasties of the Qing Dynasty".
In 1992, he starred in the Hong Kong film "Luding II dragon cult" and played Wu Yingxiong. In the same year, he played a guest role in the Hong Kong Police film "Jiqi Mary".
In 1993, he played Feng Dingguo in the Hong Kong historical film "the story of the posthumous hero in 1949"; in the same year, he played Emperor Kangxi in the comedy film "authentic Trinket's fengzhigounv"; later, he played Guan Gong in the Hong Kong film "Yafei and Ya".
In 1994, he played the leading role of Wen Jue in Hong Kong historical martial arts TV series "nine kings seize the throne".
In 1997, he set up a film and television company and a management company in mainland China. In the same year, he played Lin Zhan in the money game of the ATV Hong Kong drama Interpol.
In 1998, he played martial arts in the TV series "a Fu Zhuan of love in the world"; in the same year, he played Tang Bohu in the TV series "new Jiangshan beauty".
In 2002, he played a guest role in the emotional movie "hand and foot love" directed by Zhong Shujia.
In 2004, the costume drama "No.1 in the world" starred by Huo Jianhua and Li Yapeng was decorated with 3000 pieces; in the same year, the costume love drama "Legend of fragrance" was decorated with the Ming Emperor Zhu Yuanzhang.
In 2005, he acted as Aolong in the martial arts drama "seven swords down Tianshan".
In 2006, he acted as a guest star of Mr. Li in the Hong Kong comedy "teacher's milk is not easy to do".
In 2007, he played Yan guoqu in the Hong Kong Film alliance of brothers.
In 2011, before his comeback, he played the role of Emperor Kangxi of the Qing Dynasty in the palace crossing TV series "palace lock jade"; in August of the same year, he played Alina in the sequel "palace lock bead curtain" of "palace lock jade".
In 2013, he played the role of Emperor Wen of Sui Dynasty Yang Jian in the ancient costume TV series "Romance of Sui and Tang Dynasties" produced by Zhejiang Yongle Film and television.
In 2014, he cooperated with an Yixuan and played Yunxiang in the ancient legendary TV series "Jinchai spy shadow"; in the same year, he played the prince in the historical drama "Legend of the last emperor"; in June of the same year, he returned to TVB and starred in the struggle TV series "Xiaoxiong" of the Republic of China with Huang Qiusheng, which was broadcast in 2015.
On July 18, 2015, the large-scale magic idol drama "Xianxia sword" was launched, in which Tang Zhenye played LAN Zhongyue.
In April 2017, in the undercover drama "the return of undercover" directed by Liu Guang, he played the ninth master, the chairman of Feicheng enterprise, a villain. In the same year, he took part in the film chasing the dragon, playing Yan Tong.
In 1980, it was publicly admitted that her girlfriend was Miss Hong Kong's second runner up and a Chinese British beauty, debona, but the relationship ended after only one year.
In 1983, while Weng Meiling was shooting the story of the shooting hero, they established a love relationship and began to appear in public as lovers. In May 1985, because of their working relationship, their relationship had problems. Before Weng Meiling committed suicide, they were in the cold war. On May 14, Weng Meiling committed suicide at home.
In 1993, Tang Zhenye married Jiang Kun, a 13-year-old Chinese Japanese artist of ATV. He had twin sons and a daughter. He divorced in 2001.
In May 2008, Tang Zhenye, 50, married Wenjing Fengzi, a 25-year-old Qingdao woman, and gave birth to twin daughters on September 17 of the same year.
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Take part in the film
In December 2007, Tang Zhenye was appointed a member of the CPPCC Guangdong Provincial Committee.
On January 14, 2013, the Standing Committee of the 10th CPPCC Committee of Guangdong Province deliberated and approved the list of CPPCC members of Guangdong Province, and Tang Zhenye was elected as a member of the new CPPCC.
Award winning record
Tang Zhenye has a long body and elegant features. He has a bit of powder and Book flavor, which is very similar to Duan Yu's temperament. Some actors don't look like the crown prince in their dragon robes, but Tang Zhenye is naturally noble. What's more, the melancholy eyes between his eyebrows just match Duan Yu's bitter love mood. It's a natural condition for him to win. It has nothing to do with acting. Tang Zhenye's Duan Yu, who is infatuated, is really like Duan Yu in the book. (evaluation by people's daily)
Tang Zhenye is the most handsome of the five tigers. He has personal charm and is very popular with women. His feelings are rich and tortuous. After years of erosion, he is not only fat, but also half bald. His image is not as good as before, but his personal charm still exists. (South China Sea network evaluation)
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