Tay Ping Hui is one of Singapore's foremost talents who is widely recognized for his versatility as an artiste. Ping Hui catapulted to the top of the industry's A-list within a year of his television debut when he won Best Supporting Actor at the 1999 Star Awards (Singapore's equivalent of the Emmys) for his remarkable performance in Stepping Out. He has been consistently nominated for Best Actor, and has been awarded Top 10 Most Popular Male Artistes for consecutive years, making him the recipient of the All-Time Favourite Artiste award at Star Awards in 2012.

Ping Hui has taken on myriad leading roles in numerous Mandarin drama series, including local productions such as As You Like It, The Unbeatables III, The Golden Path, and regional co-productions such as Devil's Blues and Legend & Hero. An effectively bilingual performer, Ping Hui also played lead roles in English drama series including A War Diary.

In addition to his work on television, Ping Hui was handpicked by acclaimed Hong Kong director Jingle Ma for a guest appearance opposite Sammi Cheng in the movie Summer Holidays. He also won critical acclaim for his stage debut as the lead character in the 2001 local production of Butterflies Are Free, which was directed by the renowned Ko Chi Sum.

Ping Hui's singing and songwriting talents have earned him the reputation of a multi-talented artiste. In 2003, he joined Taiwanese veteran singers, Harlem Yu and Wu Bai to perform at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.