Jam Hsiao

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Jam Hsiao (traditional Chinese: 蕭敬騰; simplified Chinese: 萧敬腾; pinyin: Xiāo Jìngténg; Wade–Giles: Hsiao Ching-teng, born 30 March 1987 in Taipei, Taiwan) is a Taiwanese Mandopop singer. At the age of 17, while still in high school, he started working as a restaurant singer. In May 2007, Hsiao appeared on the first season of China Television (CTV)'s (中視) star search show, One Million Star (超級星光大道), which was the Taiwanese equivalence of American Idol as a challenger and rose to fame with his wide vocal ranges and unique singing style. His diverse music genres and astounding charisma quickly captured the attention of the Taiwanese music industry. After signing a contract with Warner Music Taiwan Ltd. in 2008, Jam Hsiao has since released seven individual records and received good reviews and sales in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Mainland China, and other Southeast Asian countries. In 2011, Jam was offered the lead role in the action film "The Killer Who Never Kills" and successfully won the Best New Actor Award in Hong Kong's 2012 31st Golden Film. In 2013, his fourth album "It's All About Love" won him the title of Best Male Singer at Taiwan's 24th Golden Melody Awards. His second movie, "My Geeky Nerdy Buddies", a romance comedy in which he played the role of the male lead will be released in August in Mainland China and Taiwan.