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Tay Ping Hui is one of Singapore’s most prominent talent who is widely recognized for his versatility as an artiste. He catapulted to the top of the industry’s A-list within a year of his television debut when he won Best Supporting Actor at the 1999 Star Awards for his remarkable performance as a gang leader in the blockbuster drama series “Stepping Out.” The epitome of masculinity, Ping Hui excelled in the myriad of leading roles in numerous mandarin drama series such as “As You Like It”, “The Unbeatables III”, “The Golden Path” , “Honour and Passion” , “Devil’s Blues” (Hong Kong), and “Legend of Speed” ( Taiwan). Ping Hui also proved his versatility when he won a Best Actor Award for his comedic role as an uncouth-loser-chef in the comedy series “Bountiful Blessings”.
Effectively bilingual, Ping Hui also starred in numerous English-language dramas like "A War Diary" - a television drama set in Singapore during World War II, playing a resistance fighter to rave reviews. Other prominent works include "Brothers 4", "Keong Saik Street", “The Hush”, " Tanglin", and “The Teenage Textbook”.

Ping Hui is now a recognized face in China, with prominent roles in martial arts classics as Huang Feihu in the fantasy television series “The Legend and the Hero”, the legendary Genghis Khan in “Legend of the Condor Hero”, the unbeatable Yan Nan Tian in “Handsome Siblings” and the great bandit leader Sha Lang in “Heroes”.
With a Best Actor award under his belt, Ping Hui also won the Best Supporting Actor award twice. He was awarded the “All-Time Favourite Artiste” at the Star Awards after having won the annual "Top 10 Most Popular Male Artistes" for 10 consecutive years. He was also in Singapore's Lianhe Zaobao "Top 50 Most Popular Asian Idol" for 5 consecutive years.
In 2013, Ping Hui completed his directorial debut with a Singapore / China feature film "Meet the Giant" 《再见巨人》 and has more feature films in the pipeline for the year 2022 and 2023.

In addition to acting and directing, Ping Hui also displayed his musical talents by singing many of the theme songs in his shows and has performed in theatre plays such as “Butterflies are Free”, and stage musical " 记得说再见", cementing his reputation as a multi-talented artiste.
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Tay Ping Hui is one of Singapore’s most prominent talent who is widely recognized for his versatility as an artiste. He catapulted to the top of the industry’s A-list within a year of his television debut when he won Best Supporting Actor at the 1999 Star Awards for his remarkable performance as a gang leader in the blockbuster drama series “Stepping Out.”

The epitome of masculinity, Ping Hui excelled in the myriad of leading roles in numerous mandarin drama series such as “As You Like It”, “The Unbeatables III”, “The Golden Path” , “Honour and Passion” , “Devil’s Blues” (Hong Kong), and “Legend of Speed” ( Taiwan).

Ping Hui also proved his versatility when he won a Best Actor Award for his comedic role as an uncouth-loser-chef in the comedy series “Bountiful Blessings”.
Effectively bilingual, Ping Hui also starred in numerous English-language dramas like "A War Diary" - a television drama set in Singapore during World War II, playing a resistance fighter to rave reviews. Other prominent works include "Brothers 4", "Keong Saik Street", “The Hush”, " Tanglin", and “The Teenage Textbook”.

Ping Hui is now a recognized face in China, with prominent roles in martial arts classics as Huang Feihu in the fantasy television series “The Legend and the Hero”, the legendary Genghis Khan in “Legend of the Condor Hero”, the unbeatable Yan Nan Tian in “Handsome Siblings” and the great bandit leader Sha Lang in “Heroes”.
With a Best Actor award under his belt, Ping Hui also won the Best Supporting Actor award twice. He was awarded the “All-Time Favourite Artiste” at the Star Awards after having won the annual "Top 10 Most Popular Male Artistes" for 10 consecutive years. He was also in Singapore's Lianhe Zaobao "Top 50 Most Popular Asian Idol" for 5 consecutive years.
In 2013, Ping Hui completed his directorial debut with a Singapore / China feature film "Meet the Giant" 《再见巨人》 and has more feature films in the pipeline for the year 2022 and 2023.

In addition to acting and directing, Ping Hui also displayed his musical talents by singing many of the theme songs in his shows and has performed in theatre plays such as “Butterflies are Free”, and stage musical " 记得说再见", cementing his reputation as a multi-talented artiste.