Luo Yunxi, Leo, Luo Yun Xi (罗云熙), also known by his English name Leo Luo, is a Chinese actor and singer. 


  •     Name: Luo Yun Xi 罗云熙 
  •     English Name: Leo Luo
  •     Profession: Actor, singer
  •     Birthdate: 1988-Jul-28 
  •     Birthplace: Chengdu, China
  •     Agency: Zhong Shi Tong Cheng (中視同成)
  •     Education: Shanghai Theater Academy


TV Series

    Love Is Sweet (2020) as Yuan Shuai
    And The Winner Is Love (2020) as Shangguan Tou
    Broker (2020) as Zhou Xiaoshan
    The Code of Siam (2019) as Professor Qin Ming (Cameo)
    Princess Silver (2019) as Rong Qi
    Flip in Summer (2018) as Xiao Shen
    Ashes of Love (2018) as Run Yu
    Children's Hospital Pediatrician (2017) as Shen He
    A Life Time Love (2017) as Xuanyang Zhiruo
    Fox in the Screen (2016) as Yu Yan
    The Ultimate Ranger (2016) as Ju Heng
    The Love of Happiness (2016) Su Lekai
    My Sunshine (2015) as young He Yichen
    Hello Aliens (2014) as Guo Xin


    The Spring of My Life (2015) as Guo Yang


    Fox in the Screen (屏里狐) - Fox in the Screen (2016)


Luo became known for his role as the younger counterpart of the male protagonist He Yichen in the hit romance drama My Sunshine. He achieved breakthrough with the fantasy romance drama Ashes of Love, where his role as an ambiguous antagonist received predominantly positive reviews. 

Luo was born and raised in Chengdu, Sichuan, China. When he was three, his father, who was a dance teacher, discovered his talent and started to teach him dancing. Luo was trained professionally in ballet for 11 years. In 2005, Luo was admitted to both Beijing Dance Academy and Shanghai Theater Academy, and chose to enter the latter. In 2008, Luo and his classmates participated in the sixth Lotus Award National College Dance Competition in China and performed the group ballet dance “Tchaikovsky Rhapsody”. As a part of the competition, Luo also performed a single impromptu solo “The Burning Flame”. The “Tchaikovsky Rhapsody” group ballet dance received the golden medal of the competition.

After graduation, he worked as an instructor at the School of Dance of Macao Conservatory. During this time, he participated in the stage performance of the contemporary ballet “Flying to the Moon” and served as one of the lead dancers. The dancing drama was selected to be performed during the celebration of 10th anniversary of Macau's transfer of sovereignty in 2009.


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