Lista de Personas Famosas llamadas Huang
Huang Kuo-shu is a Taiwanese politician.
Huang Jie is a Taiwanese politician and a former member of the New Power Party. She was elected to the Kaohsiung City Council in 2018, representing Fongshan District. Huang is known for questioning the policies of former Kaohsiung mayor Han Kuo-yu.
Huang Xuan, es un actor chino.
Huang Kuo-chang is a Taiwanese politician, activist, legal scholar, researcher and writer. He is one of the lead figures of the Sunflower Student Movement and joined the New Power Party shortly afterwards. He served as leader of the party from 2015 to 2019, and represented Taipei in the Legislative Yuan on behalf of the NPP between 2016 and 2020.
Huang Xiao-ming es un actor, cantante y modelo chino, mejor conocido por haber interpretado a Yang Guo en la serie Return of the Condor Heroes.
Huang Zitao, conocido como Tao, es un rapero, compositor y actor chino. Obtuvo popularidad por haber sido integrante de EXO y de su subunidad EXO-M. Después de abandonar el grupo en 2015, y de levantar una demanda contra SM Entertainment, hizo su debut como solista en su país natal con el lanzamiento de T.A.O, su primer miniálbum, bajo el nombre artístico Z.Tao. Inició su carrera como actor en la película You Are My Sunshine y más tarde recibió reconocimiento por protagonizar Negotiator y The Brightest Star in the Sky.
Huang Jing-yu mejor conocido como Johnny Huang, es un actor y modelo chino.
Michael Huang An is a China-based Taiwanese comedian, singer, television host, and writer, best known for his 1992 hit song "The New Mandarin Ducks and Butterflies Dream", the ending theme of the mega-hit television series Justice Pao (1993), and the album of the same name, which ranks as one of Taiwan's best-selling albums of all time.
Huang Wei-che is a Taiwanese politician. He was a member of the Legislative Yuan from 2005 to 2018. Huang is the incumbent Mayor of Tainan since 25 December 2018 after winning the title during the 2018 local elections on 24 November 2018.
River Huang is a Taiwanese actor. He is the first actor signed by the director Yee Chin-yen. At age 18, Huang won the Best Actor award at the Golden Bell Awards for his debut role in Dangerous Mind, making him the youngest actor to win in that category. In 2009, he starred in Swedish-Taiwanese film Miss Kicki. And in 2010, he starred in Juliets, a Taiwanese film inspired by William Shakespeare's tragic love story Romeo and Juliet.