Singaporean movie stars born in 1976

Here are 6 famous actors from Singapore were born in 1976:

Royston Tan

Royston Tan (October 5, 1976 Singapore-) is a Singaporean film producer, film director, screenwriter and actor.

Royston Tan is best known for his groundbreaking work in Singaporean independent cinema. He first gained attention in 2001 with his short film "15" which won the Special Mention prize at the 2002.

In addition to his prolific film career, Tan has directed numerous music videos, advertisements and television shows. He is also an accomplished visual artist, with his work showcased in international galleries.

Tan's films often explore the complexities of Singaporean identity and culture, and have been praised for their unique visual style and emotional depth. His most notable works include "881" (2007), "12 Storeys" (1997), and "Old Places" (2010).

Despite facing censorship challenges in Singapore, Tan continues to be a leading voice in the country's film industry and a celebrated figure in Southeast Asian cinema.

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Alan Tern

Alan Tern (March 31, 1976 Singapore-) is a Singaporean actor.

He is best known for his work in the Singaporean film and television industry, having appeared in a number of popular local productions. Tern started his acting career in his early twenties and quickly rose to prominence due to his talent and dedication to the craft. He has won numerous awards and accolades for his performances, which are known for their depth and nuance. In addition to his acting work, Tern is also an accomplished director and producer, having helmed several successful projects both in Singapore and internationally. He is widely respected for his contributions to the local arts and entertainment scene, and is considered one of Singapore's most talented and versatile actors.

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Leon Jay Williams

Leon Jay Williams (July 30, 1976 Singapore-) is a Singaporean singer and actor.

He began his career in entertainment by participating in various singing competitions in the 90s, eventually signing with music label Hype Records in 1998. Williams debuted his first English album in 2004, titled "Funky Love". He has since released several Mandarin and English albums, winning numerous awards for his music and live performances. Additionally, Williams has acted in various Chinese television dramas and films, notably in the popular Chinese television series "The Little Nyonya" (2008) where he played the male lead character. He later hosted the third season of the Chinese reality singing competition show "The Voice of China" in 2014. Alongside his entertainment career, Williams is also an active philanthropist, frequently donating to various charities and volunteering his time to help those in need.

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Adam Chen

Adam Chen (June 24, 1976 Singapore-) is a Singaporean actor, model and television show host.

He began his career as a model and later transitioned into acting in the late 1990s. Since then, he has acted in numerous popular Singaporean dramas and movies such as "The Pupil", "It Takes Two" and "The Dream Job".

Aside from acting, Adam Chen has also been a familiar face on television as a host for various programs such as "The Dance Floor" and "The Final 1". He has also been an ambassador for several well-known brands such as Samsung, HSBC and Swatch.

In recent years, Chen has expanded his portfolio to include producing, with his production company producing successful dramas such as "Last Madame" and "My Agent Is A Hero".

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Qi Yuwu

Qi Yuwu (November 28, 1976 Guangzhou-) a.k.a. Yu Wu Qi, Ah Wu, 戚玉武, Qī Yùwǔ, 715, Chik Yuk-Mo or Yuwu Qi is a Singaporean actor.

Born in Guangzhou, China, Qi Yuwu migrated to Singapore with his family at a young age. He began his career in the entertainment industry as a model and later ventured into acting. Qi gained popularity for his performance in the Mediacorp drama series, "The Little Nyonya" and has since become one of Singapore's most recognizable actors. In addition to his successful television career, Qi has also appeared in numerous films such as "2069: A Sex Odyssey" and "The Leap Years". Qi has won several awards for his acting including Best Actor at the 2011 Shanghai Television Festival for his role in the drama series "A Life of Bliss". Outside of his career, Qi is known for his philanthropic work and was appointed as an ambassador for the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in 2019.

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Aaron Aziz

Aaron Aziz (February 23, 1976 Singapore-) also known as Aaron Mustapha Aziz is a Singaporean actor.

He rose to fame in Malaysia's entertainment industry and has since starred in numerous films and TV series. Aziz began his career as a model before transitioning to acting in 2001. He made his acting debut in the Malaysian drama series "Spanar Jaya" and quickly became a household name in the country.

Some of his notable works include "KL Gangster," "Ombak Rindu," and "The Amazing Race Asia 5." Aziz has won several awards throughout his career, including Best Actor at the Malaysian Film Festival and Anugerah Skrin.

In addition to his work in entertainment, Aziz is also involved in various charitable and humanitarian efforts. He has collaborated with organizations such as UNICEF and Mercy Malaysia to raise awareness and funds for causes such as disaster relief and child welfare.

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