Ann Kok

TV Actress

Ann Kok was born in Singapore on January 11th, 1973 and is the TV Actress. At the age of 51, Ann Kok biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 11, 1973
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Ann Kok Life

Ann Kok also known as Guo Shu Xian (born on 11 January 1973) is a Singaporean television actress. Guo Shu Xian (born as Guo Shu Xian) is a Chinese television actress who appeared in Guo Shu Xian.

She was a full-time Mediacorp artiste from 1993 to 2014, but now works on ad-hoc basis.

Kok left Mediacorp in 2014 as her Mediacorp deal came to an end, and she did not renew.

Early life

Kok is the youngest child of a family of six children. She has two sisters and three brothers.


Ann Kok Career


Kok was nominated for the Best Actress Award in the Star Awards 2006 for her role as Jiang Ruqing in Love Concierge for the first time in her 13-year career. She played a career-minded woman who obliviously ignored her children and later suffered from breast cancer. Alice Zeng, a materialistic and show-off housewife, was the lead role in her critically acclaimed drama series Housewives' Holiday in 2009, which received accolades and lauded reviews from audiences. Kok was nominated for the Best Actress Award again in the Star Awards 2010 and was the most coveted contender, but she was unable to receive the award.

In 2011, Kok appeared in Kampong Ties, which was shot in Sungai Lembing, Malaysia, for a period of four months. In the same year, Kok appeared in The Oath and Bountiful Blessings, co-starring Christopher Lee, Tay Ping Hui, and Hong Kong actress Jessica Hsuan.

Kok has three solo albums aside from acting. She appeared at The Perpetual Ball in 2009 for The Little Nyonya musical.

In 2012, Kok became Asia's first actress to receive two nominations in the same category since the inception of the Asian Television Awards (ATA) in 1994. For her appearances in Kampong Ties and Show Hand for ATA 2012, Kok was nominated for the Best Actress in a Leading Role award. In December 2012, the results would be announced.

In 2013, Kok was voted Top 10 Most Popular Female Artists in the 2013 edition of the Best Female Artists. She also received the "BottomSlim Sexiest Legs" award from the 2012 Walk of Fame. Top 10 Most Popular Female Artists at the 2013 Golden Globe Awards, Kok was nominated for Favourite Female Character, Favorite On-screen Couple (Drama).

Kok left Mediacorp in March 2014. She had been disqualified to compete in the Star Awards in the year because she did not renew her employment. In the Name of Love, her last television series before her deal came to an end. With her debut appearance in local film The Filial Party, she appeared on the big screen for the first time in the same year.

Deng Xue Li in Crescendo, produced by Wawa Pictures, took place in 2015 after almost a year away from acting.

She starred in's original 4-episode psychological thriller mini-series Trapped Minds in April 2016. Hua Mulian, Hua Mulan's older sister, appeared in a musical the same year. Mulan the Musical performed in Resort World Sentosa Theatre from 16 December 2016 to 5 February 2017, with the famous troop from Taiwan. In Singapore, they set a new record by presenting 36 shows in a matter of two months.


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