Wu Chun (Chun Wu), formerly known as Wu Ji Zun, was born on October 10, 1979 in Brunei. He is a Chinese film and television actor and pop singer graduated from Australia's Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. In 2005, he joined the Fahrenheit group and announced his official debut. In 2006, he played the actor Shi Fengliang in the youth inspirational idol drama "Oriental Juliet," and starred in the youth campus idol drama "Teen Girl" in the same year. In 2007, Fahrenheit won the Most Promising Newcomer Award for Excellence in the 29th Hong Kong Top Ten Chinese Golden Song Awards; in the same year, he starred in the romantic idol drama “PeachPrincess”. In 2008, he starred in the martial arts love movie "Sword and Butterflies." In 2010, he won the "Asian Model Awards Awards" Asian Star Award. In 2011, Wu Chun chose to withdraw from Fahrenheit due to his unintentional singing career and put the focus of his work on the drama. In the same year, he won the MTV Super Festival's Most Stylized Innovative Actor Award. In 2012, he starred in the special detective reasoning drama “The Field of Jintian Youth Books Hong Kong Kowloon Fortune Killing Event”. In 2013, Yang Yanzhao was featured in the costume action movie “SaveGeneralYang”; in the same year, he published his first inspirational chart “Deciding to be Brave”. In 2014, together with her daughter Wu Xinyi participated in the Zhejiang Satellite TV star family reality show “Dad came back in the first quarter”. In 2015, he starred in the costume love movie YangKweiFei. In 2016, he played Lin Daitian in the costume martial drama “Martial Universe”. In 2017, the movie "My Other Home," starring in the film, was released. In the same year, they took a pair of children as permanent guests to participate in the outdoor reality TV show "Daddy Where is the Fifth Season" recorded on the Mango TV parent's TV program. On December 8th, it was acquired. The "commercial star power peak annual event" annual attraction star award.