Ng Hui

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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Ng.
Ng Hui
Chinese name 黄慧 (simplified)
Pinyin Huáng Huì (Mandarin)
Born (1979-07-22) July 22, 1979 (age 37)
Singapore
Occupation Actress, television host
Years active 2000-present
Ancestry Guangdong, China (Teochew)

Ng Hui (Chinese: 黄慧; pinyin: Huáng Huì, born July 22, 1979) is a Singaporean actress and television host.

Career[edit]

Ng studied communications at university and became interested in acting during her stint as an intern at MediaCorp. She is best known for her award-winning role as 'Tao Jie' in The Little Nyonya and has acted in more than 20 dramas and hosted a number of variety shows.

Personal life[edit]

Ng attended Jin Shan Primary School, Raffles Girls' Secondary School and Hwa Chong Junior College and graduated from Nanyang Technological University with a degree in Communication Studies. She was awarded the Outstanding Young Alumni Award by NTU in 2008.[1]

Filmography[edit]

As actress[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2012 Beyond
X元素
Xu Wenqian
许文茜
Poetic Justice
微笑正义
Sunny
The Day It Rained on Our Parade
那一年我们拎着雨
Sister Maria
玛利亚修女
Jump!
跳懒
Miss Deng
登老师
Unriddle 2
最火搭档2
Yao Wanyi
耀婉仪
Rescue 995
995
Cai Jieyi
蔡杰仪
2011 Kampong Ties
甘榜情
Han Xiuyuan
汉秀圆
Love Thy Neighbour
四个门牌一个梦
Angelina
2010 New Beginnings
红白喜事
Wu Dailin
吴黛琳

As television host[edit]

  • Easy Cooking (2009)
  • The Sheng Shiong Show 5 (2009)
  • PSC Challenge (2006)
  • On The Beat (2006)
  • Spirit of Service (2006)
  • Chingay Parade (2006)
  • Y Do You Care (2006)
  • KP Club II (2005)
  • Gone in 72 Days (2005)
  • Quirky Foodies (2005)
  • KP Club I (2005)
  • Weekend Delight (2005)
  • Star Choice (2005)
  • Road Feast Malaysia (2004)
  • I Am The One (2004)
  • King of Variety (2004–2005)
  • PSC Nite (2003)

Accolades[edit]

Year Accolades Work Notes
2004 Star Awards 2004, Best Newcomer Nominated
2007 Star Awards 2007, Best Supporting Actress The Greatest Love Of All Nominated
2009 Star Awards 2009, Best Supporting Actress The Little Nyonya Won
2009 The New Paper Awards, Most Breakthrough Performance The Little Nyonya Won
2012 Star Awards 2012, Best Supporting Actress Kampong Ties Nominated

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