A finalist in the first Star Search in 1988, Singapore’s bi-annual talent search, Chen Han Wei has since played the male lead in numerous television drama serials and telemovies. 

This four-time Best Actor winner at the Star Awards first rose to fame with his portrayal of a caring teacher in “The Morning Express” in 1995.  The serial was immensely popular that it immediately spawned a sequel within the same year.  Han Wei’s melodic voice was also showcased when he sang the theme song for the telemovie “Cupid Love” and recorded several songs for The Morning Express album series.

Having played various roles from the goody-two shoes to a bohemian rebel, Han Wei decided to put the brakes on his rocketing acting career in 1998 to pursue his other passion as an image and fashion stylist.  His heavy involvement in styling celebrities for major shows and events further honed his creative skills.

Han Wei managed to regain his footing as an actor when he made a strong return to television after a 2 years absence and bagged his first Best Actor award in 2001 with his endearing performance as a nerd in “Love Me, Love Me Not”.  Not contented with just acting, he also hosted “Travel Hunt”, a travel programme that brings him round the world introducing various cultures and traditions.

This dedicated and experienced craftsman made his silver screen debut in 2013 in the horror flick “Ghost Child”, a film that revolves around a mythical spirit in the Malay mythology. 

Han Wei’s skills, achievements and contributions to the local television industry have certainly met with wide public appreciation and approval.