Since childhood, Wang Xingang has been fond of literature and art, especially stage performance. After entering the middle school, under the leadership of the Chinese teacher, he took part in amateur art performances. In 1949, when he was about to graduate from middle school, he took part in the training class for literary and art backbones held by Shenyang. Later, he joined the art troupe of the Northeast Military Industry Bureau (later changed to the anti enemy drama troupe) and became a drama actor. Later, he became an actor of the anti enemy drama troupe of Shenyang Army. In September 1950, Wang Xingang joined the army. Later, he became an actor of the art troupe of the Military Industry Bureau of Shenyang Military Region. In September 1951, he became an actor in the literary and art troupe of the Northeast military region.
In 1956, at the invitation of Changchun Film Studio, he starred in his first film silent mountain forest, and began his film career. In 1957, he co starred with gegentana and Chaolu in the plot film the son of the herdsman, in which he played the role of the demobilized soldier deliger who led the herdsmen to repair the canal.
In 1958, he was transferred to Bayi film studio as a film actor. In the same year, he played together with sun Daolin and Yuan Xia in the plot film "the never disappearing radio wave" based on the deeds of martyr Li Bai, in which he played Yao Wei, the spy of the Military Commission stationed in Shanghai. This is the first time that Wang Xingang played a villain from the film. In 1959, he co starred with Wang Xiaotang and Zhang Yongshou in the war movie Seahawk.
In 1960, he played Jiang Hong, the director of a PLA department, in the plot film menglongsha. In 1961, he co starred with Zhu Xijuan in the war movie Red Detachment of women directed by Xie Jin, in which he played Hong Changqing, who was determined, strong, emotional and loyal to the revolutionary cause. In 1962, Wang Xingang was selected by the Ministry of culture as one of the "22 movie stars of new China".
In 1963, Yang Xiaotang co starred in the guerrilla war with Wang Xiaodong. In 1965, he co starred with Tian Hua and Xing Jitian in the spy film secret blueprint, in which he played Chen Liang, director of the Security Department of the military region; in the same year, he acted in the plot film eternal life in the fire directed by Shuihua. In January 1973, he joined the Communist Party of China.
In 1974, he co starred with Jin Zhengyuan and Yu Lan in the war movie scout, in which he played Guo Rui, the reconnaissance staff officer disguised as the director of enemy operations. In December 1975, he served as deputy director of Bayi film studio. In 1976, he co starred with Liu Xiaoqing and Shi Ren in the plot movie the great wall of the South China Sea, in which he played the hero of the militia company commander of danangang. In 1978, he joined Zhang Ruifang and Chen Qiang in the dramatic film "the river runs".
In 1979, he co starred with Wang Fuli in the plot movie "the end of the green sea", in which he played Nanlin, a plant researcher. In 1981, he co starred with Lin Ying in the plot film mourning for the past, in which he played Juansheng, an intellectual who was dissatisfied with the ruling class. In 1982, he co starred with Zhang Yu in the plot movie "bosom friend", in which he played Cai E, a patriotic general who was resourceful and courageous in the face of complex situations. He won the best actor award of the 5th popular film Hundred Flowers Award for his film.
In 1987, he co starred with Vick in the costume film King Sulu and the emperor of China. In September 1988, he became a national first-class actor. In February 1989, with the approval of the General Political Department, he was treated as deputy military officer. In the same year, he was rated as one of the top ten movie stars in the 40 years since the founding of the people's Republic of China. In 1990, he co directed the plot film Bethune: the growth of a hero with Philip bosas, which won the special award of national excellent film award.
In 1991, it was included in the dictionary of Chinese film and Television Artists. In July 1993, he was entitled to special government allowance. In 1994, he served as a member of the presidium of the China Film Association and executive director of the performance society. In December 1995, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the birth of world films and the 90th anniversary of the birth of Chinese films, he won the "China Film century Award"; in the same year, he was elected "China film star".
In 2005, he was awarded the title of "national film artist with outstanding contribution" by the Ministry of personnel and the General Administration of radio, film and television; in the same year, when Chinese film was born 100 years ago, Wang Xingang was rated as "one hundred outstanding actors of Chinese film". In 2006, to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the victory of the Red Army's Long March, he starred in the film "my long march". In 2009, he won the "Lifetime Achievement Award" of the 12th Academy of Film Performing Arts Award. In 2012, he won the "China Film Lifetime Achievement Award" of Asian celebrities. In 2014, Wang Xingang won the lifelong achievement award of the 23rd China Golden Rooster film award.
Wang's father is an accountant and his wife is Yang Shaocai.
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Wang Xingang is not only a beautiful man and a handsome man in the eyes of Chinese audiences, but also a powerful and skillful film performer. He is decent, low-key, realistic, and his personality charm is worth writing. With his handsome image and superb acting skills, he created vivid screen images for the audience. Wang Xingang is the kind of person who either does not do anything or does it well if he wants to. Although his external conditions are superior, he is not complacent, nor proud of his merits, nor hot headed. Instead, he is modest, prudent, honest and down-to-earth in acting, forming a simple, natural, passionate, delicate and elegant artistic style, which is loved and respected by Chinese audiences. He is not only excellent in acting, but also very open-minded and upright. He never takes himself as a star, but always treats himself as an ordinary actor. When there is a filming task, as long as the director finds him and the schedule is appropriate, he always agrees happily without saying a word.
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