Andrew Seow

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Andrew Seow
Born1st January
OccupationActor, Model, Director
Years active1995 - Present
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese蕭乙銘
Simplified Chinese萧乙铭

Andrew Seow (Chinese: 萧乙铭; pinyin: Xiāo Yǐmíng) is a Singaporean actor, celebrity, model and media personality.

Seow was a model in Singapore and Asia before becoming an actor on local television, he is best known for his role as the fiery tempered eldest son in the family drama series, Growing Up on MediaCorp TV Channel 5, earning him the Best Newcomer in the annual Asian Television Awards in 1996.[1] Seow has also starred in numerous Chinese dramas on Channel 8, garnering several nominations in the annual Star Awards.

Seow left Mediacorp in 2007 and set up a call centre company, he currently runs an online business selling paintings and antiques.[1]

Education[edit]

Seow studied at Catholic High School and St. Patrick's School. He earned an Advanced Diploma in fashion design, jewellery design and merchandising from LaSalle College.

Filmography[edit]

Drama[edit]

Sitcom[edit]

  • 1999
    • Can I Help You
  • 2001
    • My Genie 我爱精灵
  • 2003
    • My Genie 2 我爱精灵 II

Theatre[edit]

  • 2002
    • Close: In Your Face by The Necessary Stage

Awards[edit]

  • 1996
    • Best Newcomer in a Drama Series at Asian Television Awards '96 (Growing Up)
  • 1997
    • First runner-up for Best Actor in Asian Television Awards '97 (Triple Nine)
  • 2004
    • Best Supporting Actor in Star Awards 2004 (Man at Forty)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Life after Growing Up: What happened to the cast who played the Tay siblings". Retrieved 30 October 2019.