Adam Chen

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Not to be confused with Adam Cheng.
Adam Chen
Chinese name 詹金泉 (simplified)
Pinyin Zhān Jīnquán (Mandarin)
Born (1976-06-24) 24 June 1976 (age 40)
Singapore
Occupation Actor, model, television host
Years active 2001–present
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Chen.

Adam Chen (born 24 June 1976) is a Singaporean television and film actor.

Early life[edit]

Chen was educated at The Chinese High School and Hwa Chong Junior College.[1] Whilst a civil engineering student at the National University of Singapore he did some modelling and joined Route to Glamour, a talent show organised by SPH MediaWorks. He was offered a contract and joined MediaWorks after graduating.[2]

Career[edit]

Before going into acting, Chen worked as a model for numerous print and television commercials in Singapore. He earned himself a role in the Singapore-Hong Kong co-produced TV series Yummy Yummy in 2005, before proceeding to work together with other famous actors such as Nicholas Tse, Dicky Cheung and Li Yapeng in TV series jointly-produced by Singapore and other countries. When SPH MediaWorks closed in 2005, he was transferred to MediaCorp, which SPH had merged with. Chen has also acted in English language TV dramas produced by MediaCorp Channel 5.

Personal life[edit]

In 2002 Chen ventured into business when some friends invited him to join them in setting up a merchandising company. He has since diversified into the food industry and owns two restaurants.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2008 18 Grams of Love

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2001 Making Headlines
Touched
2002 Cash Is King Qi Guanghui SPH MediaWorks / ATV co-production
Wonderful Life – Fantasy
Wonderful Life – Pass It Forward
Feel 100% Hong Kong TVB /

ATV TV series

2003 Back to Basics
2004 Project J
100% Feel
OK, No Problem
Be Somebody
Zero
2005 Green Pals Wen Huasheng 温华胜
Yummy Yummy – Food for Life Rambo Singapore-Hong Kong co-production
Lifeline Pang Choon Kiat Channel 5 drama
2006 The Shining Star Ah B Nominated Best Supporting Actor, Star Awards 2006
Yours Always Zeng Letian 曾乐天
Life Story Channel 5
An Enchanted Life Xiao Fei 萧飞
House of Joy
The Proud Twins Murong Zhong Hong Kong TV series
The Royal Swordsmen Lin Xiaoquan Chinese TV series
2007 Let It Shine Lin Haifeng 林海峰
Lifeline 2 Pang Choon Kiat Channel 5 drama
The Heroic Swordsman
Metamorphosis Ke Mingde
Maggie and Me 2 Channel 5 drama; guest appearance
2008 Just in Singapore Ma Zhigang 马志刚
Love Blossoms Guo Zipeng 郭子鹏
Love Blossoms II
2009 Welcome Home, My Love Ken Singapore-Malaysia co-production
Your Hand in Mine Roland
Daddy at Home Chen Jinfeng 陈进峰
2010 Happy Family Zhen Yingxian
The Score David Zhang
Breakout Alex
2011 C.L.I.F. Lim Boon Loong 林文龙
Bountiful Blessings Morning
2012 Rescue 995 Bryan
Unriddle 2 Wu Zhiyun 吴志云
The Enchanted Yongsheng 永晟 Singapore-Malaysia co-production
Poetic Justice Benny
2013 Gonna Make It! Ice
2015 Tanglin Adam Tong

Variety shows[edit]

Year Title Notes
2000 Route To Glamour
新卧虎藏龙
Contestant
2003 Live Unlimited
综艺无界线
2004 Mission Possible
地球无界限
2005 Planet Shakers
自游疯
Man O Man
男人帮
2006 On the Beat!
都是新发现
Mighty Race at Frasers Centrepoint Malls
Lifewise
2008 U Are The One
唯我独尊
Icons on Wheels
2010 Taiwan – My Taste Paradise
食分不一样
Let's Party With Food
食福满人间
Guest appearance

Awards and nominations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 我的老师最难忘 (in Chinese). Lianhe Zaobao. September 2011. 
  2. ^ a b "Actor Adam Chen aims to retire by 40". Channel News Asia. 2 November 2009. 

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