LUKE LEE

LUKE LEE

  • Height: 170cm
  • Weight: 65
  • Ethnicity: Chinese
  • Language: English/Mandarin/Conversational/Japanese
Best known for portraying the role of Sergeant Jed Heng in his debut movie “Ah Boys To
Men” and “Ah Boys To Men II” which grossed millions at the box office in 2012 and 2013
respectively, Singapore-born actor Luke Lee most recently starred in a leading role in his
first international commercial for Manchester United, directed by Oscar-nominated Joaquin
Baca-Asay and fronted by well-known footballers Wayne Rooney, Robin Van Persie, Ryan
Giggs & football legend Sir Bobby Charlton.
 
In July 2015, Luke graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from the University of
Manchester in the UK and returned to Singapore.
 
From the tender age of 4, Luke drew inspiration from Michael Jackson and by the age of 13,
he progressed to performing as a street dancer and a musician in Singapore. He first hosted
the 2009 Asian Youth Games when he was 18 and his first brush with acting came about
when he earned a lead role in an SPCA dog adoption commercial in 2012 after serving his
National Service. Luke has since been a familiar face with lead roles in several local TV
shows on MediaCorp such as ‘Unnatural’, ‘On The Edge’, ‘Here’s to Health’, recurring/
supporting/guest roles in 'Tanglin', ‘Point of Entry’, ‘Rock Republic’, ‘The Private Bengs’,
‘Step Puteri’ (Suria) and ‘Serangoon Road’ on HBO.
Apart from local shows, Luke has also appeared on two music videos in the UK, and a main
role in the television series ‘Insatiable Teens’ on BBC3 network. In 2014, Luke completed
formal training at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and London Academy of Music &
Dramatic Art (LAMDA).
 
One who believes in constant improvement, Luke currently juggles between his
responsibilities as the Lead Ambassador for Reebok Singapore and his pursuit as an actor/
host in the entertainment field. He often travels between Asia and the UK for acting and
commercial productions.
 
Luke was last seen honing his acting craft alongside Hong Kong veteran actress Sandra Ng
and Singapore’s comedian Mark Lee in the movie “A Fantastic Ghost Wedding”, a Hong
Kong-Taiwan-Singapore production directed by Meng Ong which premiered in Singapore
on Nov 2014 and will be starring in the omnibus film "Fragment', a film from 10 acclaimed
Southeast Asian directors commissioned by the Asian Film Archive which premieres on 31
October 2015.
 
Luke Lee is officially represented by an established artiste management agency in the UK,
David Daly Associates.

Artiste Profile written by The Publicist Network
 
 

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  • PORTFOLIO
  • COMMERCIAL
  • ACTING
  • ENDORSEMENT
  • HOSTING
 
 
 

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