Jeanette Aw Biography: Husband, Age, Bakery, Net Worth, Height, Wedding Photos, Education, Relationship, Instagram, Shop, Family, PartnerPosted By Prime TV
Jeanette Aw Ee-Ping (born June 28, 1979) is a talented Singaporean actress, filmmaker, businesswoman and writer better known by her stage name Ou Xuan.
She began her acting career in 2001, appearing in a Variety show titled Route to Glamour. She has since starred in numerous dramas, films, and variety shows. In 2014, she won the Star Award for the Most Popular Regional Artiste (Cambodia).
In addition to her acting career, Jeanette Aw is a successful filmmaker. She made her directorial debut in 2017 with the film titled The Last Entry, which was screened at the Cannes Film Festival.
In 2017, Jeanette Aw founded the production company Picturesque Films, which has produced several award-winning short films and documentaries.
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|Full Name:||Jeanette Aw Ee-Ping|
|Stage Name:||Jeanette Aw|
|Born:||28 June 1979 (age 43 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||Singapore|
|Husband • Spouse:||Not Married|
|Boyfriend • Partner:||Marcus|
|Occupation:||Actress • TV Personality|
|Net Worth:||$20 million|
Early Life & Education
Jeanette Aw Ee-Ping was born in Singapore on June 28th, 1979, as a Hokkien of Quanzhou, Southern Fujian, Chinese heritage. She has two older siblings: a brother and a sister. Jeanette Aw, who was raised in an English-speaking family, rarely used their local Dialect in their conversations.
She was blessed and fortunate because her parents provided for her needs. She was an introvert who grew up with a carefree personality and was “the kind of girl who loved reading, writing, and drawing.”
Jeanette Aw was a school prefect and a model student at Raffles Girls’ Primary School, Crescent Girls’ School, National Junior College, and the National University of Singapore.
Her best subjects at O Levels were English Literature and English, and she received an A for art. In primary school, Jeanette Aw participated in gymnastics, dance in secondary school, and swimming in junior college.
Jeanette Aw began ballet training when she was 13 years old and continued to dance almost every day until she signed her first acting contract. She also trained for a junior college girl group and played saxophone in her secondary school concert band. At university, Aw was the President of the NUS Dance Ensemble.
Jeanette Aw is still a single lady at the moment, but that doesn’t mean she’s not open to love. In an interview, the actress shared that she’s not actively looking for a relationship, but she’s not ruling out the possibility of finding love.
Jeanette Aw has also been romantically linked with a Caucasian man named Marcus. Although details about their relationship are still very sketchy, the speculations are not valid enough to conclude her relationship status.
Jeanette Aw is not married and has no child.
Jeanette Aw and her friends auditioned for theatre companies while preparing for her graduation production in her final year of university (before receiving an offer for the Honours Degree program).
A friend told her that a company was looking for actors, and she only found out after she submitted her application that it was a television station.
In 2000, Jeanette Aw competed in Route to Glamour, a talent search organized in Singapore and Malaysia by the now-defunct television network SPH MediaWorks, and beat out over 5000 applicants to become the winner.
She was named “Best Newcomer” and “Best Performer” for her work in a Taiwanese television drama. She left SPH MediaWorks in early 2002 to finish her studies, then joined Hype Records before signing on as a Mediacorp artiste in May 2002.
Jeanette Aw won the Best Newcomer award at the Star Awards 2002 for her role as Fan Keke in Beautiful Connection, the highest-rated Singapore drama in 2002. She also appeared in the Taiwanese idol film Kiss of a Toast II.
Jeanette Aw appeared in True Heroes in 2003 before going on to play Mo Jingjing, a young woman with a low IQ, in Holland V. It was the most-watched Singapore drama that year, and she became well-known for her version of the character.
At the 2003 Star Awards, Jeanette Aw was nominated for Best Actress but lost to co-star Chen Liping. However, she won her first “Top Ten Most Popular Female Artistes” award. Following the massive success of Holland V, she was considered a possible successor to the Ah Jie (big sister) status.
Jeanette Aw spent four months filming in China for the Chinese film The Shaolin Warriors in 2008. She went on to play Chen Xiaorou in Rhythm of Life and Lin Keyi in The Defining Moment, in which she received praise for her acting abilities.
Then came Jeanette Aw‘s big break: she was cast in Mediacorp’s mega-hit film The Little Nyonya. Several actresses auditioned for the female lead role, but she was selected.
Jeanette Aw has an estimated net worth of $20 million. This puts her among the richest actresses in Singapore. Her high net worth is likely due to her successful acting career and numerous endorsement deals.
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