Heo Sung-tae Wiki/Bio, Age, Family, Education, Career

Heo Sung-tae is a famous South Korean actor who is most famous for his portrayal of negative characters in South Korean films and television series was born on October 20, 1977 in Busan, South Korea and also raised in there. He is best known for his role in Squid Game (2021), Dragon Ball: Son Goku Fights, Son Goku Wins (1990) and Beyond Evil (2021). He gained international fame when he was cast in the lead role of ‘Jang Deok-su’ in the Kdrama ‘Squid Game’ in 2021.

Date of Birth October 20, 1977
Age (as in 2023) 46 Years
Birthplace Busan, South Korea
Occupation Actor
Years active 2011–present
Nationality South Korean
Net Worth USD $1 Million (approx.)

Family Members & Education –

Father’s Name : Will be Updated
Mother’s Name : I Hye-gyeong
Other Relative : Heo Seong-aa (Elder Sister)
Marital Status : Married

School : Seongnam Elementary School in Taepyeong-dong, Geumseong Middle School in Naju, and Geumseong High School in Naju
College : Pusan National University
Educational Qualification : Graduated

Favourite Things –

Hobbies : Travelling, Internet Surfing, Reading
Favourite Place : Out of The Country
Favourite Food : Spicy Korean Food
Favourite Colour : Black, White, Orange

Physical Stats –

Height : 5 feet 11 inches
Weight : 74 kg
Hair Colour : Black
Eyes Colour : Black

Career –

Heo Sung-tae is one of the great actors from South Korea who began his journey since 2011. He has starred in so many South Korean short films like Jjajangmyeon-ui Yuhok (2013), Ak-su (2013), Reboot (2013), and Kahaejadeul (2013), and Red Blind (2014). This talented artist has achieved so many awards and honours such as, 2019 Top 10 Actors who Shine Korea, Korea First Brand Awards – Scene Stealer-Male in 2019, Korea Culture and Entertainment Awards – Male, Excellence Award Film for ‘The Outlaws’ in 2018 and so on. He is also famously known for his small roles in the Kdramas Reply 1994 (2013), Gu Family Book (2013), God’s Gift: 14 Days (2014), You’re All Surrounded (2014), Jeong Do-yeon (2014), and Saimdang, Light’s Diary (2017).


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