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Mickey He

Mickey He
Chinese name 何晟銘 (traditional)
Chinese name 何晟铭 (simplified)
Pinyin Hé Shèngmíng (Mandarin)
Jyutping Ho4 Sing4 Ming4 (Cantonese)
Birth name 何敏
He Min
Born (1976-07-09) July 9, 1976
Xiantao, Hubei, China
Other name(s) 何味奇 (He Weiqi)
Occupation Actor, singer
Genre(s) Mandopop, Cantopop
Years active 1996–present
Associated acts China Power

Mickey He Shengming (born He Min on July 9, 1976) is a Chinese actor and singer. Born in Xiantao, Hubei, He moved to Guangzhou, Guangdong in the early 1990s to pursue a music career. Along with Peng Liang and Yang Guang, they formed the boy band China Power in 1996, with He as their main vocalist. He left the band in 1998 and released his first single "Solo" that same year, performing under the name He Weiqi.

He has recently found success in his performances in Mainland Chinese television dramas, most of them Yu Zheng productions. He's popularity in dramas also revived his music career, which suffered ever since he left China Power in 1998.


He Min was born in Xiantao, Hubei, People's Republic of China on July 9, 1976. He has one older brother, Hairong. As a result, close relatives and friends often call him Xiao Hai ("Little Hai"). In 1996, He moved to Guangzhou, Guangdong and formed the short-lived boy band China Power with members Peng Liang and Yang Guang.[1] China Power was extremely popular in the Cantonese music scene, and the group won "Best Group" at the first annual Chinese Singing Awards, which was held in Hong Kong in 1997.

As the lead vocalist, He was the most popular member.[1] In 1998, He left the group and released his first single "Solo" under the stage name He Weiqi to support a Shenzhen food company. He released his first complete album in 1999, which only received lukewarm responses. He announced his indefinite leave in the industry and enrolled in the Beijing Film Academy, occasionally filming for several dramas.

He attempted to return to the music scene in 2005, using his first stage name He Min. He was unsuccessful, and retired to working as a backstage visual supervisor instead.

Yu Zheng, one of Mainland China's most popular television drama producers, discovered He and cast him a role in Rose Martial World (2008), which propelled He to stardom. Following Rose, He continued his collaboration with Yu in other big-budgeted works, such as Beauty's Rival in Palace (2009), Pretty Maid (2009), and Happy Mother-in-law, Pretty Daughter-in-law (2010). He is perhaps best known for his role as the Fourth Imperial Prince on the 2011 period drama Palace, also a Yu Zheng production.


Year Title Role Notes
2009 Love, Bring Me Home Gao Lei
2010 Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame soldier extra
2011 Cold Steel He Yaowu / Xiao Wu
2012 A Brief Run Talkative judge
Television dramas
Year Title Role Notes
2001 The Eliminators
Xiong Zhongjie
2004 Ye Lin Tan Da Dao Dong
Tang Jun
2008 One Thousand Teardrops
Wan Jiahui
Rose Martial World
Lin Chuyi
2009 Four Women Conflict
Ling Yun
Nan Wei Nu'er Hong
Shen Junsheng cameo
Good Wife and Mother
Chen Jiaye
Beauty's Rival in Palace
Zhou Yafu
2010 Pretty Maid
Shen Liunian Golden TVS Awards for Best Newcomer
Happy Mother-in-law, Pretty Daughter-in-law
Tie Changhuan Huading Award for Best Actor of Comedy Drama
Guo Se Tian Xiang
Gong Shaohua
2011 Palace
Yinzhen / Yongzheng Emperor Youku Entertainment Award for Most Improved Actor of the Starting Year
Summer Youku Entertainment Award for Most Popular TV Drama Actor
Beauty World
Pei Shaoqing
Secrets of Heart
Dai Yongcheng
2012 Palace II
Yinzhen / Yongzheng Emperor
Qing Cheng Xue
Fang Tianyu
Grief Over Qing Palace
Jingxuan Post-production
The Empire Warrior
Qianlong Emperor Post-production
2013 Tongbo Yingxiong
Zhaog Yongsheng Filming
Shao Nian Si Da Ming Bu
The Four Marshall Post-production


  • 1999: Wei He Ai Qing De Zi Wei Shi Zhe Me Qi Wei (Why is the Taste of Love so Beautiful?)
  • 2002: Meng Jian Mei Li (Dreaming Beauty)
  • 2006: Yu Le Xiao Ying (Entertainment Effect)

Theme songs

  • 2008: Zia Jian (再见) — One Thousand Teardrops opening theme
  • 2008: Yi Qian Di Yanlei (一千滴眼泪) — One Thousand Teardrops ending theme
  • 2008: Si Ji (四季) — One Thousand Teardrops sub-theme
  • 2008: Jiang Hu Yao (江湖谣) — Rose Martial World opening theme
  • 2009: Suo Qing Qiu (锁清秋) with Tang Hongfei — Four Women Conflict opening theme
  • 2009: Yong Yuan (永远) — Good Wife and Mother opening theme
  • 2009: Chong Sheng (重生) — Good Wife and Mother ending theme
  • 2009: Jiao Fang Dian (椒房殿) — Beauty's Rival in Palace ending theme
  • 2010: Ru Hua (如花) — Pretty Maid ending theme
  • 2010: Huan Xi Ge (欢喜歌) with Myolie WuHuan Xi Popo Qiao Xifu opening theme
  • 2010: Li Hai Le (厉害了) — Huan Xi Popo Qiao Xifu ending theme
  • 2010: Shang Shan Ruo Shu (上善若水) — Guo Se Tian Xiang opening theme
  • 2010: Hui Bu Qu (回不去) with Sunny Deng — Guo Se Tian Xiang ending theme
  • 2011: Ai De Gong Yang (爱的供养) with Xiang Ying — Palace opening theme
  • 2011: Jian Huo Bu Jian (见或不见) — Palace ending theme
  • 2011: Tang Ge (唐歌) — Beauty World ending theme
  • 2011: Cang Xin (藏心) — Secrets of Heart opening theme
  • 2011: Qian Dui Xue (千堆雪) — Secrets of Heart ending theme
  • 2012: Ai De Gong Yang (爱的供养), new version with Du ChunPalace II opening theme
  • 2012: Fo Shuo (佛说) — Palace II ending theme
  • 2012: Tan Hua Yi Xian (昙花一现) — Qing Cheng xue opening theme
  • 2012: Qing Cheng Xue (倾城雪) — Qing Cheng xue ending theme


  • 2011: Golden TVS Awards for Best Newcomer – Pretty Maid
  • 2011: Youku Entertainment Awards for Most Improved Actor of the Starting Year – Palace
  • 2011: Summer Youku Entertainment Awards for Most Popular TV Drama Actor – Palace
  • 2011: Huading Award for Best Actor of Comedy Drama – Huan Xi Popo Qiao Xifu


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External links

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