Desmond Tan Age, Family, Married, House, Rich Net worth

Desmond Tan Age, Family, Married, House, Rich Net worth

All about Desmond Tan age family House, Rich Net worth, relationship, married. We will also get up close Desmond Tan and Julie Tan as well as Rebecca Lim relationship with him. Last but not the least we will also take a dive into Desmond Tan Tv Shows.

Desmond Tan was actually born 19 August 1986 in Singapore. Desmond Tan is a well known Singaporean actor and contracted artiste under MediaCorp. Tan is said to have an official fan club named Destanation which is basically one of 8 Dukes in MediaCorp.

Desmond Tan first came to fame in the entertainment industry as soon as he finished as a runner-up to Andie Chen in Star Search 2007. Based of Desmond extraordinary performance, he was awarded a contract with MediaCorp and initiated his acting career with some trivial or let’s say minor roles in various Channel 8 dramas.

Having served at about five years in the industry, Desmond Tan won his first award, the Rocket Award, at the 2012 Star Awards for the biggest breakthrough after a critically acclaimed performance as rickshaw driver Luo Xiaoxiao in the anniversary drama A Song to Remember. Tan’s rising popularity also earned him the ambassadorship of Samsung’s GALAXY Camera in 2012 and later, as Samsung Mobile’s Lifestyle Ambassador for the GALAXY S4 in 2013.

Tan had his secondary education at Pioneer Secondary School and then having successfully proceeded to Jurong Junior College. Desmond Tan was said to have been the Captain in the 1st Commando Battalion during his national service. Subsequently as Star Search 2007 had successfully ended, he juggled acting commitments with studies at the National University of Singapore. He studied real estate and graduated with an honours degree in 2011.

In early 2015, Tan uploaded a picture of himself in blackface on Instagram and Facebook with visibly darkened skin, a fake mustache and turban to imitate stereotypes of the Indian community in Singapore, along with a Deepavali greeting. Desmond Tan also posted the picture on Twitter with a caption that mimicked a stereotypical Indian accent derogatorily. Both the pictures and the tweet have since been deleted from his social media pages in March 2015 due to public outcry about casual racism.

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