Jin Dong, male, born on December 22, 1976 in Shandong Province, graduated from the performance Department of Central Academy of drama in 2003. In 1993, he played young Gao Xianyang in the TV drama "Oriental businessman", and stepped into the performing arts circle. In 1999, he was admitted to the musical class of the performance Department of the Central Academy of drama. In 2005, he starred in the film autumn rain, and was nominated for the outstanding newcomer award of the 11th China Film Huabiao award with his role of "he Ming". Autumn rain won the gold medal of Yalta International Film Festival. In 2008, he cooperated with Chen Shu and Guo Da to play the role of Fang Dasheng in the drama sunrise. In May 2009, the drama team of sunrise held a charity auction of some props in the National Grand Theatre. In 2010, he starred in the drama "Thunderbolt" of coal mine cultural industry group and played Mao Zedong. In 2012, Jin Dong won the Golden Lion Award for this drama. The drama was rescheduled at the end of 2013 and toured in Shaanxi. In 2014, he won the best supporting actor award of the second Asian rainbow Award; in June of the same year, he won the Youth May 4th Medal of the third central state organ. In January 2015, he starred in the TV play "pretender" and won the award of "the most powerful actor" for his role in "minglou". Participated in Ode to joy in 2016. In March, he starred in the network TV series "the ancient city of ghosts blowing lights", playing "Hu Bayi". In 2016, it was awarded the title of "national upward good youth" and "good young people who love their posts and devote themselves to their work". On March 1, 2017, he was appointed Vice Chairman of the cast Working Committee of China TV Artists Association. In July 2017, he played he Han in the TV drama my first half of life.