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Tay Ping Hui Tay attended Catholic High School (Primary and Secondary) and Catholic Junior College. Active in sports and extra-curricular activities, he was deeply involved both as a sportsman and leader, representing his school in basketball, athletics, volleyball, and several other sports. He was a blackbelt exponent in Tae Kwon Do and was the YMCA Tae Kwon Do Open Champion.
Tay Ping Hui Tay was the General Manager of an American Franchise and was planning to pursue a MBA at Harvard University before he was headhunted to join TCS (later MediaCorp). Barely a year after his debut in "On the Edge - Mr Personality", Tay won the "Best Supporting Actor" award at the 1999 Star Awards for his realistic and stellar portrayal of a gang leader in "Stepping Out". After that, he became the number one leading man, acting in numerous shows opposite veterans as equals. Tay also acted in Hong Kong film productions such as "Summer Holiday" directed by Jingle Ma, starring with Hong Kong actress Sammi Cheng, and "Infernal Affairs II" alongside Anthony Wong and Francis Ng.
Tay Ping Hui Tay Ping Hui is a Singaporean actor, director and screenwriter. His work includes television dramas, films, and commercials, both locally and internationally.
Tay Ping Hui Tay also sang with the school choir, played the "dizi" in the Chinese orchestra, and was the lead singer and guitarist of the Temasek Hall Band " Cognitive Dissonance". As a leader, Tay was appointed Senior Patrol Leader (the highest position attainable in secondary school) in the Catholic High School scout group Stamford 06. He was a Student Councilor in junior college and also a commissioned officer in the Singapore Armed Forces, holding the appointment of Company Commander, following National Service. He later obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree with a double major in Economics and Political Science from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences of the National University of Singapore.
Tay Ping Hui Effectively bilingual in both English and Mandarin, Tay also starred in MediaCorp's English-language channel, Channel 5 dramas like "A War Diary"- a television drama set in Japanese-occupied Singapore during World War II, playing a resistance fighter and garnering rave reviews. Other prominent works included "Brothers 4" and "Keong Saik Street", where he was the top billing actor, and most recently, in the Channel 5 long form drama " Tanglin" where Tay garnered rave reviews as an enigmatic antagonist.