Ma Lun, born February 26, 1963 in Beijing, graduated from the Beijing Film Academy with Kim Young-ma's film and television artistes. In 1991, starred in the first work "Mao Zedong and his folks." In 1994, starring urban melodrama "urban cow." In 1996, participated in the war plot "cut off Hong Pavilion Temple." In 1998, filming a female theme inspirational drama "Beijing woman." In 2002, the modern revolutionary drama directed by Zhang Li was shot "Toward republicanism." In 2004, starring in the costume palace fighting drama as the theme of the series "Queen to drive." In 2006, starring in the Lunar New Year comedy movie "leaves roots." In 2010, starring in the red war drama "mountain red." In 2012, starring urban youth drama "waiting for bloom." In 2013, starring in the Anti-Japanese War theme works "Jagged legend of the independent camp."