David Wu

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David Wu (Kantonis: Ng Dai-Wai, Cina ringkas: 吴大维Cina tradisional: 吳大維pinyin: Wú Dàwéi; dilahirkan di Southbridge, Massachusetts, pada 2 Oktober 1966), juga dikenali dengan nama timangan Wu-Man, ialah seorang pelakon filem Cina Amerika, personaliti TV dan bekas pengacara video MTV Asia dan Channel V.

Biografi[sunting | sunting sumber]

Wu dilahirkan di Southbridge, Boston, Massachusetts, tetapi keluarganya kembali ke Taiwan pada usianya dua tahun. Keluarga itu kembali ke Amerika ketika dia berumur 16 tahun[1] dan Wu menghadiri kuliah di University of Washington di Seattle.[2] Dia adalah pemilik bar Guandi di Shanghai.[3]

Pengacara MTV dan TV[sunting | sunting sumber]

Wu pertama sekali mula dikenali di Channel V sebagai pengacara "Go West," sebuah rancangan TV yang mengajar orang Cina cara bertutur dalam bahasa Inggeris formal dan tidak formal.[4]

Pada 2005 dia menjadi pengacara Quest USA yang pasukan-pasukan Cina bersaing dalam rancangan permainan realiti di Amerika. Dia juga muncul sebagai pengacara The Same Song, rancangan bakat asal CCTV.

Filmografi[sunting | sunting sumber]

Rujukan[sunting | sunting sumber]

  1. ^ HK Cinemagic profile - Filmography - Ng Dai Wai "David Ng est né le 2 octobre 1966 à Southbridge, dans le Massachusetts. A l'âge de deux ans, il suit ses parents à Taiwan où son père a obtenu un nouvel emploi. Pas sûr de rester indéfiniment dans la petite république, David fut envoyé dans une école Américaine de Taipei. La décision fut judicieuse car, à 16 ans, la famille repart aux USA, à Seattle exactement. Inquiète par le fait que le jeune David puisse perdre une part de sa sinité, sa mère l'envoie régulièrement faire des séjours à Taipei"
  2. ^ Television After TV: Essays on a Medium in Transition - Page 293 Lynn Spigel, Jan Olsson - 2004 "... Chan hails from Bangkok, actress Michelle Yeoh from Malaysia, singer/actress Faye Wong from Beijing, actor/veejay David Wu from Seattle, director Sylvia Chang from Taipei, and TV executive Robert Chua from Singapore."
  3. ^ Moon Spotlight Shanghai - Page 84 Susie Gordon - 2012 "The park is also home to a handful of bling-y nightclubs, including Guandi, which is owned by Taiwanese actor David Wu, and a karaoke venue. The clubs attract the young and the moneyed who want to show off their designer spoils,
  4. ^ The next global stage: challenges and opportunities in our ... - Page 135, ISBN 013147944X, Traduire cette page, Kenʼichi Ōmae - 2005 - Extraits - Autres éditions. It features Taiwanese American entertainer David Wu who teaches his viewers the latest American-English slang. Li Yang is an English teacher, but with a difference. His style, called "Crazy English," is based on shouting slogans and ...
  5. ^ The Hong Kong Filmography, 1977-1997: A Complete Reference John Charles - 2000 p121,"The writing in the mid-section, featuring the young hoodlum character (played by Taiwanese actor David Wu), is like something out of an American direct-to-video softcore" ; p158 "There is as much action as one would expect, but it is not always as well choreographed as in previous entries (though Yang and Kim Maree Penn have a terrific fight during the climax), and Taiwanese actor David Wu is a lacklustre leading ..."; p251 "Women are being raped and murdered, and the police, led by officer Shek (played by Taiwanese actor David Wu), have not been able to come up "
  6. ^ http://www.hkcinemagic.com/en/people.asp?id=171

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