Lina Ng

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Lina Ng Su Fang
Chinese name 黄嫊方
Pinyin Huáng Sùfāng (Mandarin)
Birth name Lina Ng Su Fang
Born (1974-05-06) May 6, 1974 (age 43)
Singapore Singapore
Occupation Actor
Years active 1993–2004
2004 - current (freelance)
Ancestry Chaozhou, Guangdong, China

Lina Ng (Chinese: 黄嫊芳) is a Singaporean former actress and host.[1]


Ng entered the entertainment industry after finishing 1st runner-up in the local talent-search competition Star Search 1993. Other contestants included Ann Kok and Ivy Lee, whom the former later revealed in 2009 that Ng was "openly competitive" during the competition.[2] She later joined SPH MediaWorks, and left the industry after not being offered a contract following the merger with MediaCorp.[3] Since leaving, she has made a number of cameos, most recently in the 2012 anniversary drama Joys of Life.

Personal life[edit]

Ng married Mike Lam, a PE teacher, on 9 September 2004 and they have three sons.[4] She taught for three years in a pre-school before quitting, and now runs a Mandarin enrichment company with former actress Evelyn Tan.[5] Ng was also a spokesperson for Lumiére International.





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