In 1979, he was selected to star in the martial arts film "beyond the Great Wall" by the Phoenix film company of Hong Kong, and then he appeared on the screen.
In 1986, he played senior brother Huo Biao in the film "chivalrous women and thirteen younger sisters". His performance was bold and true, and won high praise.
In 1987, he played the protagonist Huang Tianba in the film "golden dart Huang Tianba". Huang Tianba has always been a controversial figure. Wang Qun carefully grasped the mentality of the characters, and depicted the process of Huang Tianba's chivalry in the early stage, obedience to his father's orders, taking refuge in the government, betraying his brothers, and emotional transformation deeply and delicately. Wang Qun excellently shaped Huang Tianba's alert, kind and depressed personality and mental state, which was affirmed by experts.
In 1987, he played Yang luchan, a descendant of Taiji, who studied hard in the film "the beggar". This is a very difficult role. In order to learn art, he endured humiliation, pretended to be deaf and dumb, and disguised himself as a beggar. Wang Qun was close to the characters from the appearance to the heart. He had a vivid look and made great progress in performance.
In 1988, he played the hero Wu Jiatai in the film "invincible mandarin duck legs". Wu Jiatai worked hard to revenge his father. Wang Qun successfully expressed his stubborn and strong character.
In 1989, he played the role of Cheng Ziqing, the leader of the Chinese Communist Youth League, in the movie the king of guns. He vividly expressed the character's state of mind, which made a sensation in the society.
In the 1990s, Wang Qun's acting career reached its climax. He acted as the director of the film Xiaoao life and starred in Wang Xiaotian. In 1993, he starred in Huang Feihong in the biography of Shaolin heroes, showing his artistic talents in many aspects.
In addition to film creation, Wang Qun also participated in the shooting of many TV dramas, such as playing Jin Er in 1984 Shenjiao zhensan, winning the best supporting actor award of the 7th China TV series Feitian award in 1987 and the best supporting actor award of the 5th China TV Golden Eagle Award in 1987.
Wang Qun pays attention to the combination of culture and martial arts in the shooting of martial arts films, and focuses on portraying the personality of the characters. With strong plasticity, Wang Qun is a very excellent martial arts star in China.
TV drama works
In 1995, "operation iron Hawk" was decorated as a special police "knife"; CO actors: Chen Jianfei, Zhao Jun, Li Yunjuan, Gao FA
In 1996, "yuhuazi" played Ji Haizi; CO actors: Wang Shenshen, Wang Fuli, Wang Jinghua
In 1998, "master Tai Chi" played Chen Zhengzhou; CO stars: Wu Jing, fan Yimin, Yu Hai, Zhou Bili, Yang Jiemei, Hui Yinghong, Wang Shenshen, LV Youhui and Cheng kui'an
In 1999, new Shaolin Temple was decorated with Mingsong; CO stars: fan shaohuang, Wu Jing, Zhu Yin, Yu Hai, Wu Ma, Xiong Xinxin
In 1999, young Zhang Sanfeng acted as Zhang Zhen; CO stars: Zhang Weijian, Hu Jing, Li Bingbing, Zhang Tielin, Wang Yan, Yan Kuan, Li Xiaolu, Su Youpeng
In 2002, "the rain of golden silk" is decorated with a swallow in the sky; CO stars: Wu Jing, Li Xiaoran, he Meidian, Shen Xiaohai, Wu Weidong, Yang Fan, Chen Kai and Cui Honghong
Another actress, Wang Qun, plays Simon Rushui in the movie
Chinese PinYin : Wang Qun
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