When Wu Chao was 7 years old, he was sent to the children's Palace by his father to learn dance. After several years of study, he met the Chinese coal mine Art Troupe to recruit students. Wu Chao applied for and passed the examination and became an actor of the Chinese coal mine Art Troupe. Later, he was sent to the dance academy by the art troupe and became a committee student. After graduating from the dance academy, Wu Chao returned to the art troupe.
In 1996, Wu Chao applied for the performance Department of the Central Academy of drama and passed the examination of professional courses. Because the art troupe did not let people go, he failed in the end.
In 1998, Wu Chao accompanied his good friend to interview the crew of the film "eclipse of the moon", and was favored by director Wang Quan'an. Wu Chao, who had never been in a play, appeared in his first film and acted as the leading actor. From then on, he embarked on the road of performing arts.
In 2000, he co starred with Gong Beipeng in his debut short film Che 44 directed by Wu Shixian, in which he played a passenger on the No.44 coach.
In 2002, he took part in Xie Yuan's and Chen Farong's emotional comedy "the door of wealth".
In 2003, he took part in the ancient costume historical emotional drama "young emperor", in which he played Aixinjueluo Chang Adai, the first son of Belman Dahai.
In 2005, he played Zhao Xiaosan, who likes to give his brother Chen Wen some unreliable ideas, in Wu Shixian's self-directed romantic comedy "waiting alone"; in the same year, he took part in the ancient costume historical comedy "county magistrate Huang mandarin jacket".
In 2006, he played the role of social youth Jianguo who killed the gangster in order to avenge his third uncle in the plot movie Xinjiekou directed and performed by Xuecun.
In February 2011, he starred in Lu Kexin's horror thriller "Juelu Qiusheng", in which he played Zhang Bo who had a relationship with Xiaoyu; in November, he played Wang Enjia, Xiao Hong's fiance, in Huo Jianqi's biographical film "Xiao Hong".
In 2012, he played Qi Kun who was in prison for domestic violence against his wife in the thriller Bixian directed by an Bingji; in December, he played a smart but ambitious rock youth in the urban emotional drama towards happiness directed by Zhou Xiaogang.
In 2013, in the suspense thriller "death party", he played Xu Chen, the wanted serial abnormal homicide.
In 2014, he starred with Zhang Yi and Gao Lu in the urban light comedy emotional care for a good man, playing Hao Youwang, the big boss in the play.
On February 22, 2015, the urban emotional idol drama "turn around and say I love you" starred was broadcast on CCTV's eight golden stalls; in June, the female Anti Japanese drama "authentic heroine" starred was shot in Yimeng red film and television base, in which she played the ruthless Japanese leader Miki Takeo.
In July 2016, he starred Zhang Luoping in the plot film "sunny days" directed by Zhang Luoping; in the same year, he played Ma Ping, Zhang Dazhe's younger brother, in the urban emotional drama "falling in love with Mom" directed by Bai Tao.
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In the film "eclipse of the moon", Wu Chao plays the leading actor Hu Xiaobin. His performance looks relaxed and natural, and does not leave any trace. He looks like a veteran actor with experienced experience. In his work waiting alone, his character image has changed greatly, but his unintentional performance has left a deep impression on the audience. In his work Xinjiekou, Wu Chao is not the protagonist, but he creates a character that the audience will never forget. Each character in his works has its own unique characteristics, which is called a natural actor "with drama all over". (Sina entertainment review)
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