|Chinese name||藍顉嘻 (traditional)|
|Chinese name||蓝钦喜 (simplified)|
|Pinyin||Lán Qīnxǐ (Mandarin)|
|Jyutping||lam1 ching1 see4 (Cantonese)|
|Birth name||Nah Khim See|
13 April 1968|
|Died||4 January 2008
|Resting place||Mandai Crematorium and Columbarium|
|Other name(s)||MC King, MC Nah Khim See|
|Associated acts||Mark Lee, Henry Thia|
Jimmy Nah (Traditional Chinese: 藍顉嘻, Simplified Chinese: 蓝钦喜) (13 April 1968 – 4 January 2008), better known by his nickname "MC King", was a Singaporean comedian and actor known for his many roles in the comedy variety show Comedy Nite (搞笑行动) and other J Team Productions.
Nah entered the entertainment industry in 1990 after completing the SBC drama training course. He made his debut in a drama series titled Friends Next Door. He played a character who was perennially on leave, thus earning him his nickname. He also hosted Comedy Nite along with Mark Lee and had acted in a couple of local movies, including Jack Neo's Just Follow Law and I Not Stupid Too, as well as a number of local drama serials.
Nah was rushed to hospital after he experienced breathing difficulties while at home near Old Airport Road earlier in the morning on 4 January 2008. He died at about 13:00 hours at Tan Tock Seng Hospital at the age of 40. A MediaCorp report said it is not known if the well-known actor had suffered from any health problems. But in his last entry he posted on his blog on New Year's Eve, he had wished for good health in the coming year and renewal of his MediaCorp contract. His death certificate stated the cause of death as heart and lung failure. Nah was cremated on Sunday, January 6, 2008, following a funeral. Actors present at the service included Patricia Mok, Rayson Tan, Henry Thia, Lin Youfa, Steven Woon et al.
- Friends Next Door 我爱芳邻 (1990)
- Comedy Nite 搞笑行动 (?-2003)
- Police and Thief
- Women of Times 至尊红颜 (2006)
- Like Father, Like Daughter 宝贝父女兵 (2007)
- Happily Ever After (TV series) 凡间新鲜人 (2007)
- Taste of Love 缘之烩 (2007)
- Just in Singapore 一房半厅，一水缸 (2008)