Wang Wo (born 1969) is a Chinese film director, screenwriter, and producer. He is best known for his critically acclaimed films such as The Dream of Red Mansions (2006), The Inn (2008), and The Last Supper (2009).
Wang Wo was born in Taipei, Taiwan in 1969. He attended the National Taiwan University of Arts where he studied film directing and screenwriting. After graduating in 1992, he worked as a freelance film director in Taiwan as well as in China.
In 2003, Wang Wo made his feature film debut with the critically acclaimed The Dream of Red Mansions. The film was a box office success and received multiple awards, including the Golden Horse Award for Best Picture and the Taiwan Grand Prize for Best Feature Film.
In 2008, Wang Wo directed the romantic comedy The Inn, which was a hit at the box office. The film was praised for its light-hearted and humorous approach to relationships. In 2009, he directed the drama The Last Supper, which was an even bigger success than The Inn.
In 2010, Wang Wo directed the action-comedy Kung Fu Hero, which became a huge box office hit in China. The film was praised for its blend of martial arts and comedy. In 2011, he directed the crime thriller The Four Assassins, which was another box office hit. The film was praised for its suspenseful and thrilling plot.
Since then, Wang Wo has directed several more films, including the romantic comedy Love You, Love You Not (2013) and the drama Half Life (2015). He has also produced several films, including the horror film The Ghost Inside (2014) and the action-thriller The Taking (2015).
Wang Wo is one of the most successful directors in Chinese film history. His films have been praised for their captivating stories, strong characters, and unique visual style. He has won numerous awards, including the Golden Horse Award for Best Picture and the Taiwan Grand Prize for Best Feature Film. He is one of the most respected filmmakers in Chinese cinema and his work continues to inspire and entertain audiences around the world.