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Hong Kong actor Louis Koo

Hong Kong actor Louis Koo (Picture 1)


Louis Koo, born in Hong Kong, China in 1970, is an actor and singer. In 1995, he played the leading role in the martial arts drama "The Legend of Condor Heroes" for the first time, and became famous as Yang Guo, who is both righteous and evil. On August 17, 2017, with his starring role in the action film "Paradox", he played the role of Hong Kong policeman Li Zhongzhi and won the Best Actor Award at the 37th Hong Kong Film Awards. In addition to performing arts, Louis Koo is keen on charity and public welfare. In 2009, he established the "Gu Tianle Charity Foundation" and was listed on the "2017 China Charity Celebrity List TOP30". As of the end of 2018, Gu Tianle has donated more than 100 schools in Guizhou and other places in the name of "Gu Tianle Charity Fund";

Gu Tianle grew up in a family of four. When he was a child, his mother used high-pressure control on him. Gu Tianle's middle school was enrolled in Carmel Middle School. When he was 15 years old, he entered the society and worked hard as a porter and McDonald's waiter. When he was 16 years old, he went to a clothing store as a salesman and security guard. From 1991 to 1993, he participated in the filming of singer's MV, such as Zhang Xinzhe's "Love Is Like Tide", Andy Lau's "Lover", Liming's "Summer Love" and so on. In 1993, Gu Tianle participated in the fifth stage of TVB artist training class as an auditor. In 1994, Koo Tianle officially entered TVB, playing tricks on TVs such as "Meals Have Song's", "Ah Sir Morning", and "Marriage Story". Among them, "Marriage Story" is the first TV work he starred in.

In July 1995, Gu Tianle and Li Ruotong starred in Jin Yong's martial arts drama "The Legend of the Condor Heroes". This was the first time that Gu Tianle served as the first actor. He received widespread attention with Yang Guo in the play. In August 2000, the gambling film "Chinese Gambler" starring Louis Koo's partners Zhu Yin and Zhang Jiahui was released, playing the famous Hong Kong gambling king "Aku" who is famous for his flying card stunt. On February 11, 2007, Louis Koo’s personal wax figure was opened in Madame Tussauds Shanghai; in the same year, with the "iron triangle" co-directed by Johnnie To, Tsui Hark and Lin Lingdong, it was nominated for the Cannes Film Festival; the movie "The Prophet" starred in "Released, Louis Koo changed his cold and handsome image and subverted him as a "addict" with erratic, confused and dirty eyes. He lost more than ten pounds and put on buck teeth. With his "disciple" he was nominated for the 44th Taiwan Golden Horse Awards and the 27th. Best Supporting Actor Award at the Hong Kong Academy Awards.

In 2013, he starred in the police film "Anti-drug" and was nominated for the 33rd Hong Kong Film Awards for Best Actor for the role of "Anti-drug" Su Jianqiu. On January 24, 2015, Louis Koo was invited to serve as the ambassador of the 39th Hong Kong International Film Festival to promote film culture and related activities. On March 20, the starring movie "Lovely You" was released; in June, the police action film "Kill Broken Wolf 2" starring Wu Jing and Ren Dahua and the police film "Three People" were released; July, the cops starring The action gun battle movie "Mystery City" and the romantic comedy movie "Paris Holiday" were released. On August 17, 2017, the action film "Paradox" starring in it was released as Hong Kong policeman Li Zhongzhi. With this film, he won the Asian Film Awards, the Hong Kong Film Directors Association Award, and the 37th Hong Kong Film Awards Best Actor Award .

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