Wu Zun




Wu Chun Chinese: 吳尊; pinyin: Wú Zūn (born 10 October 1979 Goh Kiat Chun) is a Bruneian actor, singer, and model. He was a member of Fahrenheit, a Taiwanese Mandopop vocal quartet boy band, from its debut in 2005 to June 2011 singing bass. Wu Chun has appeared Taiwanese dramas, such as Tokyo Juliet (2006), Hanazakarino Kimitachihe (2006), Romantic Princess (2007), Hot Shot (2008), Sunshine Angel (2011), and Kindaichi Case Files (2012-2013). In 2014, he appeared in the reality television program, Dad is Back with his daughter, Nei Nei. His film appearances include The Butterfly Lovers (2008), Lady of the Dynasty (2014), NEST 3D, with Li Bingbing and Kellan Lutz (English); and My Other Home, with Stephon Marbury and Jessica Jung (English). In 2016, he was cast in the Chinese drama, Martial Universe. As a model, Wu Chun has appeared in magazines, such as Esquire, Elle for Men, Men's Health Magazine, Harper's BAZAAR Magazine, GQ, and Reader's Digest. Wu Chun is a business owner in the Brunei fitness and health industry. His businesses include Bake Culture (Taiwan based artisan bakery), The Energy Kitchen (creativity healthy gourmet), Fitness Zone (largest and biggest health club in Brunei since 2003),[1] and WoMen Hair Salon (team of professionals for international celebrities). In China, he is the director of TV commercial advertisements for InterContinental Hotel. Wu Chun has a number of commercial and charitable endorsements.

Film Credits

7 Guardians of the Tomb (2018)
as Luke
王朝的女人·杨贵妃 (2015)
as Li Mao, Prince of Shou
金田一少年の事件簿 獄門塾殺人事件 (2014)
as Bailong Li
忠烈楊家將 (2013)
as Yang Yanzhao
開心魔法 (2011)
as Ling Fung
大武生 (2011)
as Guan Yilong
錦衣衛 (2010)
as Judge of the Desert
Fahrenheit's Fantasy World Tour Taipei Special (2010)
Mo hup leung juk (2008)
as Liang Zhongshan