LUKE LEE

LUKE LEE

  • Height: 170cm
  • Weight: 65
  • Ethnicity: Chinese
  • Language: English/Mandarin/Conversational/Japanese
Luke Lee (born December 16, 1991) is a Singaporean actor, best known for portraying Sergeant Heng in Jack Neo's army movies Ah Boys to Men (2012) and Ah Boys to Men II (2013).
 
He has starred in A Fantastic Ghost Wedding (2014), HBO Asia's Serangoon Road (2013) , Point of Entry (2010) & Tanglin (2015). Lee left the army as a 1st Lieutenant after completion of 2 years of Singapore's national service. Lee left Singapore to study law at the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom. During his university, he trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and LAMDA, and attended open casting calls, where he gained his first agent.
 
In 2014, Lee starred in his first international commercial for Manchester United, "The History of the Manchester United Shirt", directed by the Oscar-nominated Joaquín Baca-Asay (Jay Z's '99 Problems') and starring Wayne Rooney. Lee graduated from the University of Manchester in 2015 with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) degree and returned to Singapore where he was called to the Singapore Bar as a lawyer.
 
In 2015, he starred in MediaCorp's Tanglin (2015) and as the male lead in the feature film Fragment (2015). A strong advocate for fitness and martial arts, Lee signed as an ambassador for Reebok in 2016, allowing him to work in various countries across the globe. Lee's time is predominantly split between Asia and the UK for acting and commercial productions.
 
He will next be starring in MediaCorp's 2018 romantic-drama 20 Days (2018). 
 
Luke is proudly co-represented by Beam Artistes in Singapore & Malaysia and David Daly Associates in the UK.
 

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