|Chinese name||郭舒賢 (traditional)|
|Chinese name||郭舒贤 (simplified)|
|Pinyin||Guō Shūxián (Mandarin)|
11 January 1973 |
|Years active||1993 to present|
Ann Kok (born 11 January 1973) is a Chinese Singaporean television actress and singer.
Kok is the youngest child of a family of six children. She has three brothers and two sisters. She started her acting career in 1993 after emerging as a finalist in the local talent-search competition Star Search, where she won a contract to work on Chinese language TV channel SBC 8 (now MediaCorp Channel 8). She was also regarded as "Third Sister" (third most popular actress in Singapore's Chinese-language entertainment industry) in the 1990s. She received many offers to play the leading roles in the television dramas of that time. In 2000, Kok ventured overseas to expand her acting career, but was not successful. She returned to Singapore's MediaCorp in 2005.
For the first time in her 13-year-long career, Kok was nominated for the Best Actress Award in the Star Awards 2006 for her performance as Jiang Ruqing in Love Concierge, but did not win the award. In La Femme, she played a career-minded woman who neglects her family and later suffers from breast cancer. In 2009, she played the lead role of Alice Zeng, a materialistic and show-off housewife, in the highly acclaimed drama serial Housewives' Holiday, which won her praise and positive reviews from audiences. For her performance, Kok was nominated for the Best Actress Award again in the Star Awards 2010 and was the hot favourite to win, but unexpectedly lost to Chen Liping.
In 2011, Kok made another appearance in Kampong Ties, which was filmed in Sungai Lembing, Malaysia, for a period of 4 months. In the same year, Kok also appeared in The Oath and Bountiful Blessings, starring alongside established actors such as Christopher Lee, Tay Ping Hui and Malaysian actress Jesseca Liu.
In 2012, Kok became the first actress in Asia to snag two nominations in the same category since the inception of the Asian Television Awards (ATA) in 1994. Kok was nominated for the Best Actress in a Leading Role award for her performances in Kampong Ties and Show Hand for ATA 2012. Results would be announced in December 2012.
In 2013, Kok won Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes in Star Awards 2013. She also walked away with "BottomSlim Sexiest Legs" Award for Star Awards 2012 Walk of Fame. At the Star Awards 2013, Kok presented an award with Yvonne Lim to Xu Ying Ying in Best Costume & Image Design Category. Kok was nominated in Favourite Female Character, Favourite On-screen Couple (Drama), BottomSlim Sexiest Legs Award, Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes.
In 2014, Kok announced that she will be leaving Mediacorp once more to pursue personal career, hence she is not eligible to participate in 2014 Star Award. She would have collected her 9th most popular female artiste award if she was qualified and won this year 2014. Also in that year, she appeared on the big screen with her first movie, filial Party.
In 2015, after almost a year break from acting, she appeared as Deng Xue Li in Crescendo.
|1993||Moment in Time (红尘独舞)|
|1994||The Young Ones (壮志骄阳)|
|Men on the Edge (帮会1889)|
|The Valiant One (昆仑奴)||Zhang Ying||
|1995||Coffee or Tea (是非屋)|
|Heavenly Ghost (天师钟馗)||Liu Yeqin||Singaporean-Taiwanese co-production|
|The Morning Express (阳光列车)|
|The Morning Express II (阳光列车II)||
|1996||Legend of the White Hair Brides (塞外奇侠)||Nalan Minghui||Singapore-China co-production|
|Heart of the Family (家有一宝)|
|The Legends of Jigong (济公活佛)||Yue Yinping / Li Xiaomei||
|The Night is Young (美丽夜女郎)|
|1997||Curtain Call (大锣大鼓)||
|Courting Trouble (婚姻法庭)|
|My Wife, Your Wife, Our Wives 17+1 (101老婆之17+1)|
|The Guest People (客家之歌)||Juxiang||
|1998||Facing the Music (钢琴88)||Yu Kai Di 余凯蒂||
|Riding the Storm (陌生人)|
|1999||Wok of Life (福满人间)||Saiman / Yue'e 赛满/月娥||
|2000||The Tax Files (流金税月)||Yuki 中山美雪|
|Dare to Strike (掃冰者)||Singaporean-Hong Kong-Taiwanese co-production|
|2002||No.8 Bus (八号巴士)||Hong Kong-production|
|Venus (维纳斯)||Korean production|
|Venture Against Time (子是古人来)||young Shi Caiyu||Hong Kong production|
|Just in Time for the Wedding (一切从结婚开始)||Taiwanese production|
|2003||OK No Problem (OK没问题)||SPH MediaWorks productions|
|2004||Money No Problem (恭喜发财)|
|Be Somebody (海军)|
|Changing Lanes (易心人)||
|2005||A New Life (有福)||Guo Jialing 郭嘉玲||Comeback MediaCorp drama
|Love Concierge (爱的掌门人)||Jiang Ruqing 蒋如晴|
|2006||Family Matters (法庭俏佳人)|
|2007||The Peak (最高点)||Xiuping||
|Kinship (手足)||Zheng Yinsha||
|2008||La Femme (绝对佳人)||Lin Xiuhui||
|My Destiny (幸福满贯)||Singaporean-Malaysian co-production
|2009||Housewives' Holiday (煮妇的假期)||Alice Zeng Huixian||
|My School Daze (书包太重)||Kang Qiaozhen 康乔祯||
|Daddy at Home (企鹅爸爸)||Yang Xinbei 杨欣北||
|2010||Happy Family (过好年)||Dong Shuixing|
|The Illusionist (魔幻世界)||Shayne Yang||
|Precious Babes (三个女人一个宝)||Lin Huixian 林慧贤||
|Cooking Without Clothes (煮持人)||Jia Ying 佳颖||Ochre Pictures production
Film selected for broadcast at Shanghai Film Festival 2010
|The Family Court (走进走出)||Danni 郑丹妮||
|2011||Bountiful Blessings (万福楼)||Liang Pin Hong
Yi Pin Hong
|Kampong Ties (甘榜情)||Feng Yue Man 冯月满|
|The Oath (行医)||Ye Zhi Yi 叶芝仪||Wawa production|
|2012||Show Hand 注定||Xu Shumin 许淑敏||Wawa production
|It Takes Two 对对碰||Vivian||
|2014||Soup of Life 砂煲肉骨茶||Lin Fang 林芳||Malaysian production
|In The Name of Love 最爱是你||Song Chuyun 宋楚云||
|2015||Angry Feat 不爽投诉站||Wang Meiqi||
|Crescendo 起飞||Shirley Deng Xue Li 邓雪莉|
|2006||Life Scent II (花花都市II)|
|Rail Taiwan (铁定好玩台湾游)|
|2009||Driving Miss Foodie (驾车找吃路)||Co-host|
|CelebriTEA Break 2 (艺点心思II)||Guest Host for Episode 5|
|2012||My Fair Ladies (小女人大世界)||Host|
|2013||Spot It If You Can (哪里不一样)||Guest for Episode 8|
|Are You Up For It (大明星你行吗)||Guest Host for Episode 4|
|2014||Chan Brothers Travel（我的导游是明星)|
|2009||The Peranakan Ball (娘惹之恋)|
|1995||Star Awards 1995, Top 5 Most Popular Female Artistes||Won|
|1996||Star Awards 1996, Top 5 Most Popular Female Artistes||Won|
|1997||Star Awards 1997, Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes||Won|
|1998||Star Awards 1998, Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes||Won|
|1999||Star Awards 1999, Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes||Won|
|2004||FHM, 10 Sexiest Women in the World||Won|
|2006||Star Awards 2006, Best Actress||Love Concierge||Nominated|
|2007||Star Awards 25th Anniversary Show, My Favourite Actress nomination||Nominated|
|2007||Star Awards 25th Anniversary Show, Screen Sweetheart nomination||Nominated|
|2010||Star Awards 2010, Best Actress||Housewives' Holiday||Nominated|
|2010||Star Awards 2010, Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes||Nominated|
|2011||Star Awards 2011, Best Supporting Actress||The Family Court||Nominated|
|2011||Star Awards 2011, Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes||Won|
|2012||Star Awards 2012, Best Actress||Bountiful Blessings||Nominated|
|2012||Star Awards 2012, Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes||Won|
|2012||Star Awards 2012, Favourite Female Character||Kampong Ties||Nominated|
|2012||Asian Television Awards 2012, Best Actress||Kampong Ties||Nominated|
|2012||Asian Television Awards 2012, Best Actress||Show Hand||Nominated|
|2013||Star Awards 2013, Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes||Won|
|2013||Star Awards 2013, Favourite Female Character||It Takes Two||Nominated|
|2013||Star Awards 2013, Bottom Slim Sexiest Legs Award||Won|
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- "Best Actress Category Prediction". xinmsn.com. Retrieved 23 April 2010.
- "当过"三片歌手" 郭舒贤: 知足感恩". omy.sg. Retrieved 20 October 2009.
- "Nomination List for Asian Television Awards 2012". Asian Television Awards. Retrieved 17 November 2012.
- "亚洲电视大奖 郭舒贤一人获两女主角提名". omy.sg. Retrieved 17 November 2012.