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Chew Chor Meng Chew's contract with MediaCorp was set to expire in October 2010. Due to his illness, Chew initially did not expect his contract to be renewed. However, reports surfaced in November 2010 that Chew's contract was renewed for a further two years, with particular emphasis on hosting and new artiste training duties. He made his acting comeback began with Channel U's "Show Hand" and followed by Channel 8 30th anniversary drama special "Joys of Life".
Chew Chor Meng Chew is known for his versatility and ability to portray different characters that leave a lasting impression. At the 25th anniversary special in 2007, his character Ah Bee was named as one of the most memorable TV roles and his role as the villain Li Kechun in "The Reunion" was voted the Top 10 most memorable villains. In 2009 he won the Best Supporting Actor award, despite the nominations being dominated by cast of the popular blockbuster series "The Little Nyonya", for his portrayal of a promising young doctor driven to vice and insanity by unfortunate circumstances in "The Golden Path".
Chew Chor Meng He first earned his acting nomination for his role as Hong San in the 1995 epic "The Teochew Family", which he's still known to audiences in China. This was also evident when he bagged the Best Actor Award in Star Awards 2000 in "Hainan Kopi Tales". His popularity has also spread across the causeway as he was voted the Most Popular MediaCorp Male Artiste in Malaysia. He made his first crossover to English sitcom in "Mr. Kiasu". During the late 1990s to early 2000s, he was best known for his role as Jacky Chang aka Ah Bee, a salesman with a penchant for grabbing 'lobangs' (good opportunities that cannot be missed) in the popular Channel 8 sitcom "Don't Worry, Be Happy", which spanned for six seasons. Chew initially dropped out from the role of Ah Bee after the 3rd season due to fear of being typecast, and also because he wanted to focus more on drama and variety shows. He eventually reprised the role for the latter half of the 6th (and final) season for "Don't Worry Be Happy", and appeared in a spinoff series "Lobang King" focusing on Ah Bee and his new league of friends.
Chew Chor Meng Before the contract extension, Chew was planning to enter the restaurant business before his contract renewal, which would have been Chew's second foray into the eatery business.
Chew Chor Meng Chew was educated from Holy Innocents' High School. He is married to Deon Tan and they have two daughters, born in 2002 and 2004. He revealed during a celebrity talk show in early 2008 that he did not have a happy childhood, often being abused by his overly strict father (a compulsive gambler and alcoholic), who committed suicide when Chew was still in primary school. He began attending a Charismatic church, Renewal Centre from 2007 and was baptised in late November 2008 with his daughters.