James Seah: Biography Age Wiki Profile Nationality Height
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|James Seah Real name||James Seah|
|James Seah Age||August 27, 1990|
|James Seah Profession||Actor|
|James Seah Height||1.8m|
|James Seah Weight||74kg|
|James Seah nationality|
|James Seah Talents||Acting, Singing, Drawing, Photography|
Actor and reality show star James Seah was one of the Top 10 finalists of “Star Search 2010”. With his charming good looks, the graduate of Nanyang Polytechnic and “baby” of the group consistently earned high marks on the scoreboard during the competition. Ill-advisedly, he came down with chicken pox but took suppressant jabs to pull through the last leg of the competition.
In the face of falling short from the top three positions, his suave and cool image went a long way to possibly made him won hordes of admirers and a management contract with MediaCorp. He made his acting debut as a young designer in an advertising firm in MediaCorp’s first web drama Let’s Play Love in early 2011 just before he enlisted into the army. He then served in Singapore’s national youth service program before appearing on Star Search.
After having been able to serve two years in the army, James officially made a come back to the screens in Channel 5’s 2013 blockbuster Mata Mata, an English drama series set in post-war Singapore in the 1950s-60s.
James Seah was cast in his first full-fledged Chinese drama role in The Caregivers, a 20-part serial about health care workers in early 2014.Moving on James Seah was also given the opportunity to do his first movie role and played one of the male leads in 1965, a dramatic thriller that premiered in 2015 to celebrate Singapore’s 50 years of Independence.
In that same year 2014, he was also cast in Channel 5’s first long form drama Tanglin. Aired every weeknight, this 199-episode drama series centres on the lives of multiracial and multigenerational families whose lives reflect the joys, trials and tribulations of everyday Singaporeans.Apart from acting, James who is skilled in digital media design also enjoys dabbling in other creative passions including drawing and photography.
He made his TV acting debut for MediaCorp’s web series Let’s Play Love in April 2011. He subsequently took part in MediaCorp’s follow-up web series #96cafe in 2013.