Yi Zhang, born February 17, 1978 in Harbin, Heilongjiang Province, is an actor in mainland China. From 1997 to 2006, he served in the comrade-in-arms repertory theater of the Political Department of the Beijing Military Region. In 2006, starring in the theme of military inspirational drama "soldier assault." In 2009, Yi Zhang starred in the war drama "My Head, My Troupe," which won the honor of "The Most Admired TV Image" in the 2009 Chinese TV series by Yi Zhang. In September, starring Kong Sheng directed the battle line "Life and Death Line" . In 2010, starring in modern love theme drama "Corps years." In 2011, starring in the history of television drama "Iron Age." In 2012, starring of urban emotional drama "Beijing love story." In the same year, starring in the legendary movie "Pifu." In 2013, starring urban emotional drama "rag woman also has spring"; the same year, starring in contemporary urban marriage love drama "hot mom." In September 2014, Yi Zhang starred in the hit movie "Dear," and won the Best Supporting Actor Award for the 30th Chinese Golden Rooster Award for his acting director Han Dezhong. May 2015, starring family story "mountains and rivers". In September 2016, starring in black humor suspense film "chaser who also"; the same year, starring war drama "good guy"; then starring youth crime movie "juvenile." In January 2017, starring urban emotional drama "guardian beauty" broadcast. In April 2017, Yi Zhang was honored with the annual actor award of the 8th China Film Directors' Association for "Chasing the Killer". On June 16, 2017, Yi Zhang won the Best Actor Award for the Magnolia Awards at the 23rd Shanghai TV Festival with "Flying Chicken".