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Show Luo

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Show Luo promoting Lion Roar (2014)

Show Luo (羅志祥) is a popular Taiwanese Mandopop singer, dancer, host and actor. He debuted in 1996 in a group that parodied the "Four Heavenly Kings of Cantopop". Military service forced the group to disband and Luo soon joined singer and host Ou Di to form the duo ROMEO. After their disbandment, Luo participated in variety shows in both Taiwan and Japan before he made a successful solo debut under avex Taiwan in 2003 with the album Show Time. Since then, Luo has remained one of the best selling solo artists in Taiwan. His eighth studio album, Duyiwu'er (Only You), was the best selling album in Taiwan of 2011.

In February 2012, Luo debuted in Japan with the single, "DANTE", under the name SHOW.


  • Chinese name: 羅志祥 (Luo Zhi Xiang)
  • English name: Alan Luo
  • Nickname: Show, Xiao Zhu (小豬 / Little Pig)
  • Birthplace: Taiwan
  • Birthday: July 30, 1979
  • Blood type: A
  • Height: 180 cm
  • Weight: 68 kg
  • Chinese Zodiac: Goat
  • Languages spoken: Chinese, Japanese and Taiwanese

Mandarin Discography


Other Albums


Japanese Discography

Studio Albums

Best Albums


Video Releases

Other Video Releases

Compilations / Other

  • [2015.08.05] May J. - Sparkle (#2 Hokkyokusei ~Polestar~ feat. SHOW)


TV Shows


  • [1999] Two and Half Detectives - There are Ghosts in the School's Backyard
  • [2001] Expect A Miracle
  • [2005] Chicken Little (四眼天雞|四眼天雞), as Chicken Little (Chinese, voice only)
  • [2007] The Bee Movie (蜂電影),as Barry Bee Benson (Chinese, voice only)


  • [2005] Ochean Tea
  • [2006] Big Train Jeans
  • [2006] McDonalds
  • [2006] Watsons - The Most Intimate Good Friend Series
  • [2007] HEY SONG Sarsaparilla
  • [2007] PEPSI- Soya Bean
  • [2007] Green Teahouse- Jasmine Tea
  • [2007] BenQ- SIEMENS EF71
  • [2007] Big Train Jeans
  • [2007] McDonalds

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