Song Yang, born in Fuzhou, Fujian Province, graduated from the Performance Department of Beijing Film Academy and the film and television actor in Mainland China. In 2005, Song Yang was well-known to the audience as a part of Yang Erlang, a costume drama directed by Wei Hantao, "Young Admiral Yang". In 2009, starring in mythical drama "Paladin Biography III." In 2010, starring Tian Shaobo directed court drama "Daming concubines." In 2012, Xu Liangfeng's directorial martial arts movie "Traces of Japanese Pirates" plays a role in Liang Shuxiao and was nominated for the Best Actor Award of the Year's College Film Festival. In 2014, he was nominated for the best actor nomination by the China Film Directors Association and won the Golden Phoenix Prize at the 14th Chinese Film Festival with his martial arts film "The Legendary Liu Baimiao". In 2015, starring Kung Fu "Master." In 2017, starred in urban emotional drama "late night cafeteria." In 2017, he participated in the 90th anniversary of the founding army in the film "Founding of the Army." Starred in science-fiction movie "Topstar" is expected to be released in 2018.