Leon Jay Williams

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Leon Jay Williams
Chinese name 立威廉 (simplified)
Pinyin Lì Wēi Lián (Mandarin)
Born (1976-07-30) 30 July 1976 (age 40)
Website http://blog.sina.com.cn/liweilianblog www.ecitalent.com (Talent Agency = ECI Global Talent Management)

Leon Jay Williams (Chinese: 立威廉; pinyin: Li Wei Lian, born 30 July 1976) is Eurasian Singaporean singer and actor who frequently lives and works in Taiwan and mainland China. In addition to Mandarin Chinese, he speaks English; he sometimes displays this ability in his work on television shows. He was a former model.

Williams is of mixed English, German, Japanese and Chinese descent[1] - his paternal grandfather is English, his paternal grandmother is of mixed German and Japanese ancestry. His mother is a Chinese Singaporean.

He is known for starring in several Taiwanese dramas, including Green Forest, My Home and Heaven's Wedding Gown. He has also made a cameo appearance in Smiling Pasta. His most recent drama appearance is in "Zhang Xiao Wu's Spring". Williams was also a former Mister Singapore and Mister International Man.

He is now signed to ECI Talent.



  • Sweet Inspirations: Leon Jay Williams - 2005
  • Leon has released his first album – ‘Sweet Inspirations’, compiling of English songs from the 60s and 70s. He sang one of the tracks – Can’t Smile Without You and made an MV for another track – And I Love You So.
  • Green Green Forest My Home OST : Forever - 2006
  • Upcoming EP with Beijing Olympic Water Cube Team Song - Love Flows (Mandarin Version) and Friends (Korea Version) duet with Han Ji Hye.Expected to be released end 2008.


  • La Robe De Mariee Des Cieux 《天国的嫁衣》 (2004)
  • Green Forest, My Home 《绿光森林》 (2005)
  • Fly with Me 《想飞》 (China Production) (2007)
  • My Lucky Star 《放羊的星星》 (2007)
  • Imperfect 《十全九美》 (China Production) (2008)
  • Jump 《跳出去》 (Hong Kong Production) (2009)
  • Gangster Rock (2010)
  • The Love River 《藍海1加1》(2010)
  • Zhang Xiaowu's Spring 《張小五的春天》(2010)
  • My Sassy Girl 2 (2010)
  • Death Zone (2012)
  • Lemon (2013)
  • Timeless Love (2013)
  • Turn Around (2014)
  • Who Moved My Dream (2014)
  • Doomed Disaster (2015)
  • Lulu The Movie (2016)

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  1. ^ TheDailyModel
  2. ^ "Leon Jay Williams". imdb.com. Retrieved 14 April 2010. 
  3. ^ "Leon Jay Williams". chinesemov.com. Retrieved 14 April 2010. 

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