‘There is no prettiest being, but a beautiful take.’
Nero Huang is a Taiwanese actor and writer based in London. Mandarin and Japanese speaking, Nero Huang’s award-winning film works in English languages and published literary works in Chinese have brought him attention across UK and Taiwan.
At the age of 17, Huang left his home country and headed for the west alone. He spent a year traveling across Europe before he reached New York, where he was accepted into the well-known drama conservatory Purchase College. But not for long, after living in the east coast for 2 years he left North America and relocated to England.
Huang’s drifting youth has a great impact on his literary and film works. Graduated from University of London, Huang has been acting and writing in London. His debut feature film, “People Just Do Nothing: Big in Japan”, is set to release in early 2021, and his novel in traditional Chinese, “Memoir of Travel”, will be published in Taiwan this winter.rked with his wandering youth, Nero Huang is known for his versatility and international wo