Wu Wen, born in Chongqing in 1959, is a storytelling performance artist and a national first-class actor.
In 1998, he took part in shooting the first dialect comedy "mahjong bangbangren". In 2000, he became popular by playing an Shimin in the humorous comedy an Shimin. In 2004, he appeared in the police drama Interpol. In 2005, he appeared in the Sichuan dialect "pogguolou". In 2010, he appeared in the Spy Drama "decisive battle at Huayan Temple". In 2012, he acted in the ancient costume action film "eight trigrams master" directed by Chen Shukai. In 2013, he starred in the movie little love. In 2015, Wu Wen starred in Chongqing urban emotional comedy "silly couple xiaoshenlang". In 2016, Wu Zhitong won the performance award of the 9th peony Award for Chinese Quyi by means of the book "soul of Ba". In December 2017, it was selected into the recommended list of representative inheritors of the fifth batch of national intangible cultural heritage representative projects.
In 1998, he took part in shooting the dialect comedy "mahjong bangbangren" jointly invested by Sichuan film company and Oriental City film company. In the same year, he took part in the first "Bashu Xiaoxing" challenge competition and won the title of "Bashu top 10 Xiaoxing".
In 2000, Wu Wen, Wang Haihai and Zhou Li co starred in the humorous light comedy an Shimin, which was known by audiences in Sichuan and Chongqing.
In 2004, Wu Wen took part in shooting the police drama Interpol II, which was invested and shot by Chongqing DIDU film culture Co., Ltd. In 2005, he took part in the recording of the TV talk show "an appointment between Lu and Yu" of Hong Kong Phoenix Satellite TV; in September, the dialect drama "Wu Yanzi waizhuan" starred in him started; in the same year, he took part in the dialect drama "poke pot leak".
In 2006, Wu Wen took part in shooting the TV comedy "love between man and dog" directed by Chen Jiang. In the same year, Wu Wen won the "2005 Gold Award for world cultural exchange". In 2007, Wu Wen took part in the recording of CCTV's 7 sets of "5.1 special program" of "daily agricultural classics", which is "Wu Wen's treat - strange taste".
In 2009, he co starred with Zhao Liang, Pu Xinyu and Mo Han in the Chongqing dialect drama "I am a soldier" shot by Chongqing Radio and Television Group (CCTV), in which he played Chen Shi, the chief engineer of the toy factory. In 2010, she played together with Wang Ji and Han Tongsheng in the Spy Drama "decisive battle at Huayan Temple" directed by Li Qing.
In 2011, he played with Chen long, Shi Lin and sang Yehong in the epic "big mine" directed by Ma Yong, in which he played the villain "traitor" Liu Haixuan.
In 2012, Wu Wen, together with Ou Lihao, Liang Xiaolong and Xiong Xinxin, starred in the ancient costume action film "eight trigrams master" directed by Chen Shukai, which tells a legendary story about the life of Dong Haichuan, the founder of eight trigrams palm. In the same year, Wu Wen began to record the Chongqing film and television channel program "Yanzi River Lake", through the narration and interleaving of folk tales and legends, using the straightforward and popular Chongqing dialect Tell the stories around the common people.
In 2013, Wu Wen acted in the film "little love" adapted from Luo Kesheng's deeds, and served as the film's planner and producer. In 2015, Wu Wen and Li Chuanjiang co starred in Chongqing urban emotional comedy xiaoshenlang.
In August 2016, Wu Wen, Yan Zhen and Wang Wei co starred in the dialect comedy "Legend of hot pot", in which he played a storyteller Ba Bi. In November, Wu Zhitong won the performance award of the 9th peony Award for Chinese Quyi by means of Sichuan storytelling "soul of Ba".
In August 2017, Wu Wen and Liang Xiaolong jointly starred in the action comedy tea robber directed by Pan Furong.
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In 2013, Wu Wen attended the Chongqing "Haichang Qingshui River" send warm public welfare activity held by Chongqing "love horse Gang" car club in Nanshan.
Award winning record
Wu Wen, who plays an Shimin in the ancient costume dialect drama an Shimin, vividly portrays an Shimin's style of Bayu folk culture and the image of cynical civilian intellectuals.
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