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Zhu Jun (host)

Zhu Jun
Zhu Jun, 2013
Native name 朱军
Born (1964-04-26) April 26, 1964
Lanzhou, Gansu
Residence Beijing
Nationality Chinese
Alma mater Peking University
Occupation Host, actor
Years active 1996 - present
Agent Hua'na Medical International Group (华纳音悦国际文化传媒公司)
Television China Central Television (CCTV)
Spouse(s) Tan Mei (m. 1993)
Children Son: Zhu Sitan
Awards Golden Mike Award
1999
Golden Mike Award
2003
Golden Eagle Award for Best Programme Host
2003

Zhu Jun (simplified Chinese: 朱军; traditional Chinese: 朱軍; pinyin: Zhū Jūn; born 26 April 1964) is a Chinese host and actor.[1] Zhu was a member of the 11th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, a member of 8th National Committee of the China Federation of Literary and Art Circles, and a member of 10th National Committee of the All-China Youth Federation.

He won the Golden Mike Award's for Television in 1999 and 2003, and received Golden Eagle Award for Best Programme Host in 2003.

Biography

Zhu was born in Lanzhou, Gansu in 1964, with his ancestral home in Luoyang, Henan, with his father an artist in Lanzhou Military Region.

At the age of 11, Zhu studied Xiangsheng, Sketch comedy, Kuaiban under his father.

In October 1981, Zhu joined the People's Liberation Army and served four years.

From September 1985 to September 1988, Zhu worked in Gansu Song and Dance Troupe. From September 1988 to March 1996, Zhu worked in Lanzhou Military Region.

Zhu joined the China Central Television in March 1996.

Zhu hosted the CCTV New Year's Gala since 1997.

Works

Television

  • Artistic Life (《艺术人生》)
  • Music Life (《音乐人生》)

Sketch comedy

Year Chinese title Title Cast Ref
2004 让一让,生活真美好 Make Way, the Life is Beautiful Feng Gong, Zhou Tao, Li Zhiqiang, Liu Jinshan
2005 笑谈人生 We Together a Byword to Life Feng Gong
2006 跟着媳妇当保姆 Be a Dry-nurse with My Wife Feng Gong, Niu Li

Awards

  • 1999 Golden Mike Award
  • 2003 Golden Mike Award

Personal life

In May 1993, Zhu married Tan Mei (谭梅), who is a Chinese dancer, the couple has a son Zhu Sitan (朱思潭).[2][3][4]

References

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