Gendun Phuntsog, a man in his early thirties, has been in film industry for more than ten years. He could vividly recall his first contact with movies when he was a teacher in Tibet. He possesses advantages as tall, handsome, and fluent in Tibetan, Mandarin and English. After the filming of Wild Horse from Shangri La, we thought he would take the path of being an actor. But, he chose to live a life as full and quiet as before.
Graduated from Beijing Film Academy
Representative works: Wild Horse from Shangri La Butter Lamp Soul on a String