Baoqiang Wang

Wang Baoqiang (王宝强; born 29 May 1984) is a Chinese actor. His debut role was that of Yuan Fengming in the movie Blind Shaft, for which he shared the Best New Performer prize at the 2003 Golden Horse Awards.

Wang Baoqiang Filmography

 

Poster for the movie "My People My Homeland"

My People My Homeland

A collection of six short, funny tales about life in China. In different parts of rural China, various people explore what makes their communities unique.

Detective Chinatown

After being rejected from the police college, a mannerly man travels to Bangkok where he and an energetic distant relative must solve a murder case.

Detective Chinatown 3

Following the excitement of first Bangkok and then New York, a big murder case takes place in Tokyo. Chinatown master detectives Tangren (Wang Baoqiang) and Qinfeng (Liu Haoren) are invited to take up the mystery. Adding to the excitement are the other detectives on the CRIMASTER international detective list as well as the current top rank, Q. Yet another hilarious battle of wits is set to take place…

Impossible

Memeda, an alien from outer space happens to meet a depressed man who just lost his daughter in a car accident. After many challenges and conflicts, the two become good partners in a hilarious adventure.

The New King of Comedy

The New King of Comedy (新喜剧之王) is a 2019 Chinese comedy film directed, written, and produced by Stephen Chow. The film tells the story of an young woman who is dreaming and striving to pursue the actors’ dream. It was released in China on 5 February 2019 during the Lunar New Year 2019.

The Founding of a Republic

The Founding of a Republic is a Chinese historical film commissioned by China’s film regulator and made by the state-owned China Film Group (CFG) to mark the 60th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China. The film retells the tale of the Communist ascendancy and triumph.

Fire of Conscience

Fire of Conscience is an 2010 Hong Kong action/thriller film directed by Dante Lam and starring Leon Lai and Richie Ren. The Chinese name is derived in one of the action scenes where Lai has to chase Ren through a street of dragon dance.

The Faces of My Gene

Bei Xiaobei (Yue Yunpeng) is a self abased writer because he feels himself too fat. Because of his poor appearance, he often ran into a wall in real life. Later, he unwittingly finds a long dusty family tree. And accidentally crosses through the ages to meet with his ancestors.

Detective Chinatown 2

Driven by the desire for the huge reward, Tang Ren (by Wang Baoqiang) tricked Qin Feng (by Liu Haoran) to New York, to attend the World Detective Contest,. Later on, behind the crazy competition, Qin and Tang discovered the real hidden facts of this contest.

The Island

A cataclysmic event causes a man, who dreams of winning the lottery, to become stranded on an island with his co-workers.