Yu Ailei (Chinese: 余皑磊) born on November 29, 1977 in Tangshan, Hebei Province, graduated from the Beijing Film Academy, a Chinese actor. In 1997, he began shooting TV series. In 1999, he appeared in the personal screen debut "Summer Warm Ocean". In 2000, he appeared in the criminal investigation drama "The Six Cases of Serious Cases". In 2003, he starred in the black humor movie "Wu Song Beat Me" and won the Best Actor Award at the Brussels International Independent Film Festival. In 2006, he starred in the youth emotional drama "Days Related to Youth." In 2008, in the spy drama "Changjiang No. 1" starring in the role of the male No. 1 Wu Xianming. In 2010, he starred in the anti-war drama "For the New China." In 2011, he appeared in the spy war drama "Dark Red 1936". In 2014, he won the Nomination for Best Supporting Actor in the 15th Chinese Film Media Awards in the corner of the criminal war movie "White Fireworks". In the same year, he appeared in the costume drama "Wu Mei Niang Legend". In 2015, he appeared in the criminal film "Mr. Saved" and played Yang Yuxi in the chronological drama "Young Shuai". In 2016, starred in the crime romance "Shouting Mountain".