Tay Ping Hui
Singaporean television personality
Tay Ping Hui
Tay Ping Hui is a Singaporean actor best known for acting in many Chinese-language television dramas produced by MediaCorp Channel 8. He has also made appearances in the films Summer Holidays and Infernal Affairs II (2003).
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  • 2013
    Age 42
    In 2013, Tay completed his feature film directorial debut with a Singapore/ China co-production " Meet the Giants" 《再见巨人》, first of its kind in such collaboration in the local movie industry.
    More Details Hide Details The movie was screened in Singapore and China.
    And for the Star Awards 2013, he won the Best Supporting Actor despite only being in 7 episodes of the TV series "Unriddle 2".
    More Details Hide Details Tay has also performed live numerous times on stage for major events such as National Day and New Year's Day countdown and has performed alongside Taiwanese stars Wu Bai and Harlem Yu. He has also performed the theme songs of several high-profile MediaCorp series such as The Unbeatables III and Double Happiness I. His recording of "Follow Me" (跟着我一起) from Honour and Passion was named the Best Drama Theme Song at the Star Awards 2007.
  • 2012
    Age 41
    Tay was the epitome of the alpha male, playing "manly" characters such as in C.I.D., Honour and Passion and C.L.I.F. but it was his role as a crude Ah beng-turned-chef in Bountiful Blessings that earned him his first Best Actor Award in Star Awards 2012.
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  • 2000
    Age 29
    He has also been consistently been voted as one of the Top 10 Most Popular Male Artistes in the Star Awards 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2011, receiving the All-Time Favorite Artiste Award at Star Awards 2012.
    More Details Hide Details Tay has been voted Media's Top 5 Popular ward and was also in Lianhe Zaobao's " Top 50 Most Popular Asian Idol" for five consecutive years. Tay starred as Huang Feihu in the China -produced supernatural fantasy television series The Legend and the Hero alongside China Megastar Fan Bin Bin, Liu De kai and Taiwanese Star Ma Jing Tao. Since then, Tay has become a recognized face in China.
    Tay has been nominated for the Best Actor in the Star Awards 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012, playing coveted roles and excelling in major productions by MediaCorp.
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  • 1999
    Age 28
    Tay was the General Manager of an American Franchise and was planning to pursue a MBA at Harvard University before he was headhunted to join TCS (later MediaCorp). Barely a year after his debut in On the Edge - Mr Personality, Tay won the "Best Supporting Actor" award at the 1999 Star Awards for his realistic and stellar portrayal of a gang leader in Stepping Out.
    More Details Hide Details After that, he became the number one leading man, acting in numerous shows opposite veterans as equals. Tay also acted in Hong Kong film productions such as Summer Holiday directed by Jingle Ma, starring with Hong Kong actress Sammi Cheng, and "Infernal Affairs II" alongside Anthony Wong and Francis Ng. Effectively bilingual in both English and Mandarin, Tay also starred in MediaCorp's English-language channel, Channel 5 dramas like A War Diary- a television drama set in Japanese-occupied Singapore during World War II, playing a resistance fighter and garnering rave reviews. Other prominent works included "Brothers 4" and "Keong Saik Street", where he was the top billing actor, and most recently, in the Channel 5 long form drama " Tanglin" where Tay garnered rave reviews as an enigmatic antagonist. Being the all rounded artiste, Tay also performed in stage play Butterflies are Free, handpicked by Hong Kong film director Clifton Ko. And most recently, mandarin stage musical " 记得说再见".
  • 1970
    Born on November 11, 1970.
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