Kris Wu

Birth Day November 6th, 1990
Birth Place Guangzhou, Guangdong, China
Age 33 Years Old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio

Kris Wu Biography

Wu Yi Fan, professionally known as Kris Wu is a Canadian actor, rapper, singer, record producer, and model. He is famous for appearing in popular films such as "Somewhere Only We Know", "Mr. Six", "Journey to the West: The Demons Strike Back", "Sweet Sixteen", "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets", "The Mermaid", "Europe Raiders" and other appearances in the TV shows like "Challenger's Alliance", "Chuang 2020", "The Rap of China 2020", "72 Floors of Mystery", "The Next Top Bang". He is best recognized for being the former member of the South Korean-Chinese boy band EXO and he was introduced as the eleventh member of EXO.
As a singer, Kris Wu released one studio album "Antares" (On 2 November 2018), one extended play " Testing" (On 22 April 2020), and twenty-two singles like "Bad Girl", "There is a Place", "Time Boils The Rain", "Say Yes", "July", "Coffee", "Freedom", "Like That", "Hold Me Down", "Eternal Love", & more. He won the 3rd China International Film Festival London, Sina Weibo Awards, Asian Influence Awards, Sohu Fashion Awards, Esquire Man at His Best Awards 2014, & much more. He was the school's basketball team captain and was awarded an NCAA scholarship. He made his Hollywood debut in "XXX: Return of Xander Cage" in 2017. He has a huge social media fan base of more than 200k followers on Twitter, 1 million followers on Facebook, & 7 million followers on Instagram. His single "Big Bowl, Thick Noodle" music video was viewed over 90 million times on streaming site Miaopai. He co-starred in Luc Besson's science fiction film "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets" and his debut film "Somewhere Only We Know" grossing US$37.81 million in six days following its release and second film "Mr. Six" grossing over US$137 million, becoming one of the highest-grssing films in China.
Additionally, Kris Wu launched his own charity project "Extraordinary Honorary Court (不凡荣誉球场) which is a collaboration project with Sina, Weibo Sports, and Weibo Charity. He also joined Heart Ali in June 2014 which project is aimed at helping children suffering from congenital heart defects in Ngari Prefecture in Tibet.

On 17 July 2021, Kris Wu was accused of infidelity by alleged 19-year-old Chinese College student Du Meizhu of luring teenage girls into having sex with him. She claimed she first met him when she was 17 years old and had been invited to his home along with other girls where they were pressured to drink alcohol. She said, the next day she woke up in his bed and she knew of at least eight victims including herself. She also claimed that Wu would pay other women he had slept with to introduce more girls to him and she alleged that Wu had paid her 500000 yuan to "keep quiet". He and his management team categorically denied the allegations, but she later revealed on social media that Wu's management has attempted to pay her hush money. But she demanded that Wu retire from entertainment, leave China, and issue handwritten apology letters to each victim. Several brands in China deleted or hid their advertisement with Kris Wu, while cosmetics brand, Kans, & also multiple brands dropping deals with him.

Childhood, Family & Nationality

On 6 November 1990, Kris Wu took birth with the real name of Li Jiaheng (Chinese: 李嘉恒; pinyin: Lǐ Jiāhéng) under the star sign of Scorpio. Later, he was changed his legal Chinese name to Wu Yi Fan (Chinese: 吴亦凡; pinyin: Wú Yìfán). He stepped for the very first time in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China holding Chinese-Canadian nationality. He moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada with his mother at the age of 10 and then, he returned to China at the age of 14. He belongs to the Chinese-Asian ethnicity. Similarly, his religious belief is in the Christianity religion. His race is white and his present age is 30 as of 2020.
Kris Wu is the son of his mother, Wu Xiuqin, and his father's name is unknown. His parents separated in 2000.
Moving towards Kris Wu's education, he attended Guangzhou No. 7 Middle School. Later, he attended Point Grey Secondary School and Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School.

Kris Wu Girlfriend & Relationship

At the age of 30 years old, Kris Wu is currently single and enjoying himself. Previously, he might be dating Xiao Gina. Also rumors, he was dating Coulee Nazha in 2017 and the two denied all rumors. Concerning his sexual orientation, he is straight.

Kris Wu Net Worth

Talented actor, Kris Wu has a net worth of $10 million as of 2021 whereas his major source of income is from his acting, & singing career. He is managed by Jackie Chan's entertainment/talent agency. He has also done endorsement work for numerous brands such as Dell, Yoho, Ray-Ban, Mixxtail, Adidas, Tong Yi, Maybelline New York, BVLGARI, Huawei, Lay's, Tencent, & Mercedes-Benz. His film "Mr. Six" grossing over US$137 million and becoming one of the highest-grossing films in China. He earns almost a million-dollar salary income every year and he is living a cool lifestyle at the present.

Kris Wu Height & Weight

Kris Wu is looking handsome with a versatile singer, who stands at the height of 187 cm. He has a slim body builds and he has a perfect body weight of around 73 Kg (161 Ibs). He has a pair of dark brown eyes color and he has a natural black hair color with he often tends to dye his hair blonde. He has a Borneo Scorpion tattoo on his upper left arm.



  • 2015- "Somewhere Only We Know", "Mr.Six"
  • 2016- "The Mermaid", "So Young 2: Never Gone", "Sweet Sixteen", "L.O.R.D: Legend of Ravaging Dynasties"
  • 2017- "XXX: Return of Xander Cage", "Journey to the West: The Demons Strike Back", "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets"
  • 2018- "L.O.R.D: Legend of Ravaging Dynasties 2"

Variety Show

  • 2015- "Challenger's Alliance"
  • 2017- "72 Floors of Mystery", "The Rap of China"
  • 2018- "The Next Top Bang"
  • 2019- "Fourtry"
  • 2020- "Chuang 2020", "The Rap of China 2020"

EXO Discography


  • 2013- "XOXO"
  • 2015- "Exodus"
  • 2016- "Ex'Act"
  • 2017- "The War"
  • 2018- "Don't Mess Up My Tempo"
  • 2019- "Obsession"
  • 2018- "Countdown" Japanese

Extended Plays

  • 2012- "Mama" (EXO-K and EXO-M)
  • 2013- "Miracles in December"
  • 2014- "Overdose" (EXO-K and EXO_M)
  • 2015- "Sing for You"
  • 2016- "For Life"
  • 2017- "Universe"
  • 2021- "Don't Fight the Feeling"


  • 2012- "What Is Love", "History", "Mama"
  • 2013- "Wolf", "Growl", "Miracles in December"
  • 2014- "Overdose", "December 2014 (The Winter's Tale)"
  • 2015- "Call Me Baby", "Love Me Right", "Lightsaber", "Sing for You", "Unfair"
  • 2016- "Lucky One", "Monster", "Lotto', "Dancing King" (with Yoo Jae-Suk)", "For Life"
  • 2017- "Ko Ko Bop", "Power", "Universe"
  • 2018- "Tempo", "Love Shot"
  • 2019- "Obsession"
  • 2021- "Don't Fight the Feeling"
  • 2015- "Love Me Right (Romantic Universe)" Japanese
  • 2016- "Coming Over" Japanese
  • 2018- "Electric Kiss" Japanese
  • 2019- "Bird" Japanese

Other Charted Songs

  • 2012- "Angel" (너의 세상으로), "Two Moons" (두 개의 달이 뜨는 밤), "Machine"
  • 2013- "Baby, Don't Cry" (인어의 눈물), "Black Pearl", "Don't Go" (나비소녀), "Let Out the Beast", "3.6.5", "Heart Attack", "Peter Pan" (피터팬), "Baby", "My Lady", "Wolf" (늑대와 미녀; Exo-K version), "XOXO (Kisses & Hugs)", "Lucky", "Growl" (으르렁; Exo-K version), "Growl" (咆哮; Exo-M version), "Christmas Day", "The Star", "My Turn to Cry", "The First Snow" (첫 눈), "Miracles in December" (Classical Orchestra version), "The First Snow" (初雪; Chinese version), "Christmas Day" (圣诞节; Chinese version), "The Star" (星; Chinese version), "MY Turn to Cry" (爱离开; (Chinese version)
  • 2014- "Moonlight" (월광; Exo-K), "Thunder" (Exo-K), "Run", "Love, Love, Love" (Exo-K), "Overdose" (上瘾; Exo-M), "Thunder" (雷电; Exo-M), "Moonlight" (月光; Exo-M), "Run" (奔跑; Exo-M), "Love, Love, Love" (梦中梦; Exo-M), "Tell Me What Is Love" (D.O. solo), "Love, Love, Love" (acoustic version), "Beautiful" (Suho solo), "My Turn to Cry" (Baekhyun solo), "Up Rising" (Chen solo), "Deep Breath" (Kai solo), "Black Pearl" (Studio version), "Delight" (Chanyeol solo)
  • 2015- "Transformer", "What If..." (시선 둘, 시선 하나), "My Answer", "Exodus", "EI Dorado", "Playboy", "Hurt", "Lady Luck" (유성우 (流星雨)), "Beautiful", "Call Me Baby" (叫我; Chinese version), "Exodus" (逃脱; Chinese version), "EI Dorado" (黄金国; Chinese version), "My Answer" (我的答案; Chinese version), "Playboy" (坏男孩; Chinese version), "Transformer" (变形女; Chinese version), "Beautiful" (美; Chinese version), "What If..." (两个视线, 一个视线; Chinese version), "Hurt" (伤害; Chinese version), "Lady Luck" (流星雨; Chinese version), "Tender Love", "First Love", "Promise (EXO 2014)" (약속 (EXO 2014), "Love Me Right" (漫遊宇宙; Chinese version), "Tender Love" (就是爱; Chinese version), "EXO 2014" (约定; Chinese version), "First Love" (初恋; Chinese version), "Girl x Friend", "On the Snow" (발자국), "Sing for You" (为你而唱; Chinese version), "Unfair" (偏心; Chinese version), "Girl x Friend" (女 x 友); Chinese version), "On the Snow" (脚印; Chinese version), "Lightsaber" (光剑; Chinese version)
  • 2016- "Artificial Love", "Cloud 9", "Heaven", "White Noise" (백색소음), "One and Only" (유리어항), "They Never Know", "Stronger", "Lucky One", "Monster", "Monster" (Chinese Version), "Lucky One" (Chinese Version), "Heaven" (Chinese Version), "Artificial Love" (Chinese Version), "Cloud 9" (Chinese Version), "White Noise" (Chinese Version), "One and Only" (Chinese Version), "They Never Know" (Chinese Version), "Stronger" (Chinese Version), "She's Dreaming" (꿈), "Can't Bring Me Down", "Monster (LDN Noise Creper Bass Remix)", "Lotto" (Chinese Version), "She's Dreaming" (夢; Chinese version), "Can't Bring Me Down" (Chinese Version), "Monster (LDN Noise Creeper Bass Remix)" (Chinese Version), "Falling for You", "What I Want for Christmas", "Twenty Four", "Winter Heat", "For Life" (一生一事; Chinese version), "Falling for You" (亿万分之一的奇迹; Chinese version), "What I Want for Christmas" (再续冬季; Chinese version), "Twenty Four" (二十四小时; Chinese version), "Winter Heat" (暖冬; Chinese version)
  • 2017- "The Eve" (전야 (前夜)), "What U Do?", "Walk on Memories" (기억을 걷는 밤), "Forever", "Touch It" (너의 손짓), "Diamond" (다이아몬드), "Going Crazy" (내가 미쳐), "Chill" (소름), "Ko Ko Bop" (叩叩趴; Chinese version), "The Eve" (破风; Chinese version), "What U Do?" (可爱·可恶; Chinese version), "Forever" (我加你等于永远; Chinese version), "Diamond" (C乐章; Chinese version), "Touch It" (指语; Chinese version), "Walk on Memories" (梦回暮夜; Chinese version), "Chill" (寒噤; Chinese version), "Going Crazy" (疯语者; Chinese version), "Sweet Lies", "Boomerang" (부메랑), "Been Through" (지나갈 테니), "Stay", "Fall", "Good Night", "Lights Out", "Universe" (CD version)
  • 2018- "Ooh La La La" (닿은 순간), "Gravity", "Sign", "24/7", "With You" (가끔), "Smile On My Face" (여기 있을게), "Bad Dream" (후폭풍), "Oasis" (오아시스), "Damage", "Trauma" (트라우마), "Wait"
  • 2019- "Trouble", "Jekyll" (지킬), "Groove" (춤), "Ya Ya Ya", "Baby You Are", "Non-Stop", "Day After Day" (오늘도), "Butterfly Effect" (나비효과), "Obsession" (嗜; Chinese version)
  • 2021- "Paradise" (파라다이스), "No Matter" (훅!), "Runaway", "Just as Usual" (지켜줄게)
  • 2015- "Drop That" Japanese
  • 2016- "Tac Tix", "Run This" Japanese

Soundtrack Appearances

  • 2012- "Dear My Family"
  • 2018- "Lovin' You Mo"

Exo Videography

Music Videos

As Lead Artist

  • 2012- "What Is Love", "History", "Mama"
  • 2013- "Music Video Drama Episode 1", "Music Video Drama Episode 2", "Growl", "Growl Music Video 2nd Version", "Miracles in December", "Wolf"
  • 2014- "Overdose"
  • 2015- "Call Me Baby", "Love Me Right", "Lightsaber", "Sing For You"
  • 2016- "Lucky One", "Monster", "Lotto", "Dancing King", "Coming Over", "For Life"
  • 2017- "Ko Ko Bop", "Power", "Universe"
  • 2018- "Electric Kiss", "Tempo", "Love Shot"
  • 2019- "Obsession"
  • 2021- "Don't Fight the Feeling"

Video Albums


  • 2014- "Exo's First Box"
  • 2015- "Exo from Exoplanet #1- The Lost Planet in Japan"
  • 2015- "Exo from Exoplanet #1- The Lost Planet in Seoul"
  • 2015- "Exo's Second Box"
  • 2016- "Exo from Exoplanet #2- The Exo'luxion in Seoul"
  • 2016- "Exo from Exoplanet #2- The Exo'luxion in Japan"
  • 2017- "Exo from Exoplanet #3- The Exo'rdium in Japan"
  • 2017- "Exo from Exoplanet #3- The Exo'rdium in Seoul"
  • 2017- "From Happiness"
  • 2018- "Exo Planet #4- The Elyxion- in Japan"
  • 2018- "Exo Planet #4- The Eluxion- in Seoul"



  • 2015- "SMTown: The Stage"


  • 2012- "To the Beautiful You"
  • 2015- "Exo Next Door"

Reality Shows

  • 2013- "Midsummer Night's Growl", "Exo's Showtime"
  • 2014- "Hot Moment XOXO", "Exo 90: 2014"
  • 2015- "Exo Channel", "Exocast #OnAir", "Surplines Exo"
  • 2016- "Exomentary Live"
  • 2017- "Exo Tourgram", "Midsummer Night's Kokobop", "Mukbang Exo"
  • 2018- "Exo's Travel the World, Through a Ladder of Fortune Season 1", "Exo Arcade"
  • 2019- "Exo's Travel the World, Through a Ladder of Fortune Season 2", "Heart 4 U"

Kris Wu Discography

Studio Albums

  • 2018- "Antares"

Extended Plays

  • 2020- "Testing"


  • 2014- "Say Yes", "Time Boils The Rain" (时间煮雨), "There is a Place" (有一个地方)
  • 2015- "Bad Girl", "Greenhouse Girl" (花房姑娘)
  • 2016- "From Now On" (从此以后), "July", "Sword Like a Dream" (刀剑如梦), "Good Kid"
  • 2017- "Juice", "6", "I Choose the Road" (我选择的路), "Deserve", "Miss You" (想你), "B.M"
  • 2018- "18", "Hold Me Down", "Like That", "Freedom"
  • 2019- "Big Bowl, Thick Noodle" (大碗宽面), "Eternal Love" (贰叁), "Coffee" (咖啡)

Production Credits

  • 2014- "There is a Place"
  • 2015- "Bad Girl", "Greenhouse Girl"
  • 2016- "From Now On", "July"
  • 2017- "Juice", "6"

Awards and Nominations

  • 2014- Esquire Man at His Best Awards 2014, Sohu Fashion Awards
  • 2015- Sina 15th Anniversary
  • 2015- 22nd Beijing College Student Film Festival, & 3rd China International Film Festival London for "Somewhere Only We Know"
  • 2015- Asian Influence Award, & NetEase Attitude Awards
  • 2016- Sina Weibo Awards, & GMIC X Annual Awards for "Mr. Six"
  • 2016- 19th Shanghai International Film Festival for "Sweet Sixteen"
  • 2016- Fresh Asia Awards for "Bad Girl"
  • 2016- 29th Tokyo International Film Festival Gold Crane Awards Ceremony (TIFFJAPAN) for "Sweet Sixteen"
  • 2016- The 10th Migu Music Awards, & Tencent Entertainment White Paper for "July"

Forbes China Celebrity 100

  • 2017- #10th
  • 2019- #10th
  • 2020- #8th

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