Bryan Wong

TV Actor

Bryan Wong was born in Singapore on January 30th, 1971 and is the TV Actor. At the age of 53, Bryan Wong 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 30, 1971
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53 years old
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Television Actor, Television Presenter
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Tanjong Katong Secondary Technical School
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Bryan Wong Life

Bryan Wong (born on January 30, 1971) is a Singaporean actor and television presenter.

He is also known as one of the Hosting Kings of MediaCorp and regularly co-hosts with Kym Ng.

Personal life

In the 1970s–80s Singapore, Wong grew up in a kampong in Kembangan. Varilyn "Val" and his mother Margaret live in a Bedok apartment.

Wong was educated at Tanjong Secondary Technical School, where he first discovered an interest in "do it yourself" interior planning and carpentry.

Bryan Wong, a designer, now co-owns 'Home by Bryan Wong,' which does not accept walk-in clients.


Bryan Wong Career


In 1981, Wong began his career as a child actor and appeared in several popular children's programs on SBC. He began modeling jobs and commercials as a child. After a brief stint as an interior designer, he joined TCS as a full-time artiste in 1994. Although his first hosting appearance was for the teenage lifestyle show Gen Y, it was the informationtainment program that first introduced him to television audiences in the late 1990s. Although his co-hosts, Kym Ng and Sharon Au were winning awards at the annual Star Awards, the general public was not well-reced. He later admitted that he had intended to resign several times but didn't have a choice because he had to help his family. He and several fellow artists left TCS to join SPH MediaWorks, which has been established in 2000. When he was with MediaWorks, he became known for co-hosting Channel U's most popular talent-search show Snap with Ng, which attracted audiences. At the 2002 Asian Television Awards, he was nominated for Best Entertainment Animator. MediaCorp (successor of TCS) bought MediaWorks in 2005, and he was one of nineteen artistes to be transferred over.

Wong has made a name for himself in mainland China after appearing in a number of China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan films, most notably in Eternity: A Chinese Ghost Story and the wuxia film Chinese Paladin. He appeared in MediaWorks' final drama series Zero, as well as in Honour and Passion opposite Tay Ping Hui, Huang Wenyong, and Rui En.

Since returning to MediaCorp, Wong has had more success as a host. At the 2006 Star Awards, he co-hosted Home Decor Survivor (), which was voted best variety show host for the first time. After winning the Top ten Most Popular Male Artiste Award from 1998 to 2012 with Chen Hanwei at the 2014 ceremony, he was named All-Time Favorite Artiste. At the 2012 Star Awards, he won the Favourite Variety Show Host audience poll, beating hot favorite Fann Wong.