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James Lye

James Lye
Chinese name 賴興祥 (traditional)
Chinese name 赖兴祥 (simplified)
Pinyin Lài Xìngxiáng (Mandarin)
Birth name Lai Hing Cheung
Ancestry Hakka
Born (1969-06-17) 17 June 1969
Singapore
Occupation Actor
Spouse(s) Diana Ser (2004-present)
Children 1 son, 2 daughters

James Lye (Chinese: 赖兴祥; pinyin: Lài Xìngxiáng, born 17 June 1969), born Lai Hing Cheung, is a former MediaCorp Singaporean television and Raintree Pictures movie actor. Lye first entered the entertainment industry during the 1990s with the former Television Corporation of Singapore and has starred in both English and Chinese shows. He left the industry after a brief acting career and is currently working as a Cluster Head with Citibank in Singapore.

Personal life

Lye was educated at an Anglo-Chinese School and an Anglo-Chinese Junior College and studied at Arizona State University in the United States.

On 27 June 2004, Lye married former Channel NewsAsia presenter Diana Ser after a nine-year courtship.[1] The couple have a son, Jake, and two daughters, Christy and Jaymee.[2]

Awards

Filmography

Year Work Role Notes
1995-1999 Triple Nine Insp Mike Chin Channel 5
1997 The Price of Peace 和平的代价 Di Da Cheng 地哒城 Won - Best Newcomer, Star Awards 1999
1998 VR Man Alex Foo Channel 5
Season of Love 甜甜的季节
1999 The Millenium Bug 千年虫 Liu Xing Yu 刘星宇

Movies

References

  1. ^ "Diana Ser weds long-time beau James Lye". Channel NewsAsia. 27 June 2004. Retrieved 24 February 2012. 
  2. ^ "Show moves Diana Ser to tears".  

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