Singaporean movie stars died in 1995

Here are 1 famous actors from Singapore died in 1995:

Tony Then

Tony Then (November 17, 2014 Singapore-December 16, 1995 Singapore) was a Singaporean actor.

He was known for his work in numerous films, television shows, and stage productions throughout Singapore. Tony began his acting career in the 1950s and quickly gained popularity for his impressive acting skills and captivating performances. He was renowned for his ability to play a wide range of characters, from serious dramas to comedic roles. Tony was a prolific actor and appeared in over 100 films and television shows throughout his career. He was also a respected stage actor and worked with many of Singapore's leading theater companies. In addition to his work as an actor, Tony was also a director and producer, and was involved in many important film and theater productions in Singapore. He was awarded numerous accolades for his contributions to the arts in Singapore and his legacy continues to inspire new generations of actors and performers.

Tony Then was born on November 17, 1931, in Singapore. He was the youngest of six siblings and grew up in a modest family. Despite having no formal acting training, Tony began his career on stage at the age of 19.

In the 1950s, Tony became a fixture in the Singaporean theater scene, performing with many of the leading theater companies of the time. He quickly gained a reputation for his talent as an actor and director, and in the 1960s he made the transition to film and television.

Over the course of his career, Tony appeared in many iconic Singaporean films, including "The Tiger of Malaya" (1957), "Chasing Rainbows" (1971), and "Moon over Malaya" (1983). He was equally at home in serious dramas and lighthearted comedies, and audiences loved him for his natural charisma and infectious energy.

Despite his fame, Tony remained fiercely dedicated to the arts in Singapore and was always looking for ways to promote new talent and support the next generation of actors and filmmakers. He passed away on December 16, 1995, but his legacy lives on, and he is remembered as one of Singapore's greatest actors and cultural icons.

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