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Wu Hsing-kuo Chinese name 吳興國 (Traditional) Chinese name 吴兴国 (Simplified) Born 12 April 1953 (1953-04-12) (age 57) Taiwan Awards Hong Kong Film Awards Best New Performer 1994 Temptation of a Monk This is a Chinese name; the family name is Wu. Wu Hsing-kuo (吳興國) is a Taiwanese actor of the silver screen and theater, known for both his performance of complex movie roles as much as for his innovative adaptations of Western classics into traditional Peking Opera. Wu was trained in classical Peking Opera since the age of 11 in Taiwan's state-run Fu-Hsing Chinese Opera School, specializing in wu sheng (male martial) roles. He was admitted with honors into the Theatre Department of Chinese Culture University in Taipei, trained under master Chou Cheng-jung (Zhou Zheng-rong) and became leading dancer of Lin Hwai-min's Cloud Gate Dance Theatre. In 1986, he and a group of enthusiastic friends founded the Contemporary Legend Theatre (當代傳奇劇場) in Taipei, seeking to revitalize traditional Chinese theatre by adapting Western classical plays to the style and techniques of Peking Opera. He was the leading actor and director of four Shakespeare adaptations, including the critically-acclaimed Kingdom of Desire (慾望城國), an adaptation of Macbeth, and King Lear (李爾在此), in which Wu plays all the parts. In 1992, Wu was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to study in New York with Richard Schechner. That year, he also won the Hong Kong Film Award for best new actor. Wu is currently artistic director of the Contemporary Legend Theatre, and continues to take on challenging roles in both the modern theatre and Chinese Opera. He crosses the fields of traditional opera, dance, modern theatre, cinema, and television. Filmography Master Swordsman Lu Xiaofeng (2001) - Ye Gucheng The Accidental Spy (2001) - Lee Sang-Zen The Soong Sisters (1997) - Chiang Kai-shek Shanghai Grand (1996) - Fung King-Yiu God of Gamblers Returns (1994) - Chao Siu Chi/'The Devil of Gamblers' Red Rose White Rose (1994) Rock n'Roll Cop (1994) - Captain Wong Kun What Price Survival (1994) - Wang Ning The Great Conqueror's Concubine (1994) - Yu Ziqi Green Snake (1993) - Hsui Xien (Xu Xian), the scholar Temptation of a Monk (1993) - General Shi Yan-sheng / Jing-yi Shi ba (1993) Awards Awarded Best New Performer at the Hong Kong Film Awards in (1992). Nominated for Best Actor at the 13th Hong Kong Film Awards (1994) for his role in Temptation of a Monk External links [1] IMDb entry HK cinemagic entry v • d • e Hong Kong Film Award for Best New Performer Ma Si-San (1983) • Carol Cheng (1984) • Josephine Koo (1985) • Chan Yuen-Lai (1986) • Christine Lee (1987) • Law Kwok-Bun (1988) • David Wu (1989) • Kwong Wah (1990) • Rain Lau (1991) • Jade Leung (1992) • Anita Yuen (1993) • Wu Hsing-kuo (1994) • Alice Lau (1995) • Eric Moo (1996) • Shu Qi (1997) • Sam Lee (1998) • Nicholas Tse (1999) • Cecilia Cheung (2000) • Qin Hailu (2001) • Karena Lam (2002) • Eugenia Yuan (2003) • Andy On (2004) • Tian Yuan (2005) • Jay Chou (2006) • Gouw Ian Iskandar (2007) • Kate Tsui (2008) • Xu Jiao (2009) • Aarif Lee (2010) HKFA • Film • Director • Screenplay • Leading Actor • Leading Actress • Supporting Actor • Supporting Actress • New Performer • Cinematography • Editing • Best Art Direction • Costume Make Up Design • Action Choreography • Original Film Score Persondata Name Wu Hsing-Kuo Alternative names Short description Date of birth 12 April 1953 Place of birth Taiwan Date of death Place of death