Carrie Wong

TV Actress

Carrie Wong was born in Singapore on January 1st, 1994 and is the TV Actress. At the age of 30, Carrie 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 1, 1994
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30 years old
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Actor, Model
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Nanyang Polytechnic
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Carrie Wong Life

Carrie Wong (Chinese: pinyin: Huáng Sitiáng) is a Singaporean actress.

She was discovered during a reality television show Hey Gorgeous.

Early life

Wong, the only child of a housewife mother and father who works in a security company, was born in a Chinese-speaking family. Her father is Singaporean, and her mother is a Malaysian Chinese. She enrolled at Ever After Secondary School and obtained a diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management from Nanyang Polytechnic in 2014. During her polytechnic years, Wong was a blogshop model. She was scouted in her final year for Hey Gorgeous in 2013, where she finished as the second runner up.


Carrie Wong Career


In 2013, Wong was selected as one of the six participants in the Preliminary Rounds of Hey Gorgeous, qualifying as the first runner-up.

In Scrum, where she plays a disabled Sport Sciences polytechnic student, Wong made her acting debut. It premiered on Channel U in February 2014.

Wong starred in her first MediaCorp Channel 8 drama Against the Tide in September 2014, starring Christopher Lee, Rui Enfield, and Desmond Tan, playing a schizophrenic woman. The drama ran from 24 to 24 September 2014 for 23 episodes.

Wong appeared in The Journey: Tumultuous Times, a young-tempered sweet soup vendor, in November 2014. Her performances earned her a nomination for Best Newcomer, Best Supporting Actress, and her first Top ten Most Popular Artists on Star Awards 2015.

She appeared in a long-running drama 118, where she played a girl from Malaysia who was going to Singapore to look for her father shortly after. On Channel 8, the drama aired from 20 October 2014 to October 16, 2015, for 255 episodes.

Wong played Rebecca Lim, Elvin Ng, and Zhang Zhenhuan in her first leading role in romance drama Sealed With A Kiss in 2015. Theatre On Channel 8, the drama aired from 27 August to September 2015 for 20 episodes.

She appeared in her second long-running drama Life – Fear Not, which aired on Channel 8 from 19 October 2015 to 1 April 2016.

In 2016, Wong received her second Top Ten Most Popular Artistes Award and was nominated for the Best Supporting Actress Award on Star Awards 2016.

is a film that delves into the small screen world. Wong made her small screen comeback in The Gentlemen as one of the top females in the country in 2007, portraying a woman who can decide what cup size women should wear just by one glance. On Channel 8, the drama aired from 9 August to 5 September 2016. She also appeared in The Nurse Can Be a Nurse, as a former prosecutor who later became a nurse. On Channel 8, the drama was well-received and aired from 1 to 20 episodes from November 1 to 30.

In 2017, Wong appeared in Dream Coder, a front-end programmer who later suffered from brain tumours. On Channel 8, 20 episodes aired from 7 February to 6 March 2017. She appeared in My Friends From Afar in the same year as an alien from AMIKUS Planet who fell in love with a human being who later was revealed to be half-human and half-alien. She received her first award for Best Actress in Acting in 2018.

Wong received her fourth Top ten Most Popular Artists Award on Star Awards in 2018. She appeared in My Agent Is A Hero, VIC, and Love At Cavenagh Bridge before taking a half-year break in Taiwan for an acting lesson. In October, She returned to the small screen in You Can Be An Angel 3!

She received her fifth Top 10 Most Popular Artists Award in 2019 and her second nomination for Best Actress in Acting in MeWATCH's original series VIC. She appeared in Hello Miss Driver and My One In A Million.

Wong appeared in A Quest to Heal, a time travel drama. On Channel 8, filming began in late 2019 and made its debut on July 20, 2020. She made her return to long-running drama in Recipe of Life last year.