Hai-Bo Huang was born on November 25, 1976 in Yinzhou District, Tianjin. Man actor and male actor from mainland China graduated from the Beijing Film Academy's performance department in 2001. In 2001, he participated in the performance of "Jiqing ranshao de suiyue" directed by Honglei Kang and began to walk on the road of performing arts. In 2007, he participated in "New Beach" directed by Gao Xixi. In 2010, he played the “aftertaste” in the TV series “A good wife's life” in collaboration with Hai Qing. The play won the 28th Flying Sky Award and the 25th Golden Eagle Award for Outstanding Drama. In 2012, due to starring in the anti-Japanese war story "Never Extinct Number" won the 18th Shanghai TV Festival Yu Bailan Award for best actor. In 2013, he starred in the hit drama Let's Get Married by CCTV and Hunan Satellite TV. In June 2014, Hai-Bo Huang's starring film "Victory" won the 17th Shanghai International Film Festival Jury Award.