Zhenwei Wang Bio
Zhenwei Wang, born on 20 October 1995 in Handan, China, is a Chinese actor and martial artist. He grew up in Beijing, where his father felt he could get a better education. When he was four and a half years old, he was sent to the Beijing Shenshahai/Beijing Shichahai Amateur Sports School to begin training in Wushu (Chinese martial arts).
After three and a half years at Beijing Shenshahai/Beijing Shichahai Amateur Sports School, he was sent to Haidian Gymnasium. Two years later, when Zhenwei Wang was 10, he successfully entered the national wushu B-Mannschaft after finishing first out of 57 excellent competitors.
He made his on-screen debut his as Cheng (Lu Weicheng) in the 2010 film The Karate Kid, which is a remake of the original 1984 film. He won the role after auditioning for three months long; along with approximately ten thousand selected contestants from China’s martial arts schools.
Zhenwei Wang Personal Details
- Born Name: Zhenwei Wang
- Age (in 2017): 22
- Date of Birth: October 20, 1995
- Birthplace: Handan, China
- Zodiac Sign: Libra
- Occupation: Actor
- Net worth: –
- Official Website: –
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Zhenwei Wang Family Tree
- Wife name: Not married
- No children
- Father name: Wang Chaoguo
- Mother name: Unknown
- Siblings: Unknown
Zhenwei Wang Relationship History
Below is the relationship and dating history for Zhenwei Wang with his past and current girlfriend details.
Zhenwei Wang dated:
- Wenwen Han – The couple starred together in The Karate Kid.
Zhenwei Wang Body Measurements, Weight Loss, Diet and Exercise Routine
Zhenwei Wang Body Measurements
- Height in Feet: 5′ 5″
- Height in Centimeters: 165 cm
- Weight in Pounds: – pounds
- Weight in Kilogram: – kg
Zhenwei Wang Fun Facts
Zhenwei Wang Interesting Facts
- He suffered a head injury, requiring four stitches, during the filming of The Karate Kid.
- He was awarded two gold medals in the Beijing Youth Wushu Competition.
- His father described him as a “weak and sickly” toddler.
- The selection for the movie The Karate Kid was based on: English fluency, wushu skills, physical appearance, acting facial expressions and control over eye expressions.
- He played opposite Jaden Smith (Will Smith’s son) in the movie The Karate Kid.