Judee Tan is a versatile theatre, television and film actress who excels in both comedic and dramatic roles. She is best known as Kim Bong Cha (The Noose, Mediacorp Ch5) on TV, as the well loved Dr Teo Chew Moi (Happy Ever Laughter series, Dream Academy®) and as Ivory Low Ai Kiu (Chestnuts series, STAGES) in our local theatre scene.
In 2013, Judee choreographed and assistant directed Glass Anatomy, The Musical, by Toy Factory Productions. After a successful run at the Esplanade Theatre in 2013, the musical was selected to be the closing show of Shanghai Original Mandarin Musical Festival 2014, where Judee took over as the dramatic lead in this tragic tale.
Following the success of Glass Anatomy, Judee was invited to create a show under Esplanade Presents: Flipside Festival. This led to the birth of Judee’s first solo show – a semi-autobiographical raw, honest and gritty cabaret titled Nu Men: The Wild Woman Sings.
Her debut feature film, Unlucky Plaza, premiered this year at the 39th Toronto International Film Festival and also the opening film for the prestigious 25th Singapore International Film Festival.
Recent credits include an appearance as Dr Teo Chew Moi in Great World Cabaret: Let’s Bo Bo Cha Cha! in RWS Theatre, and in Chestnuts 50, Singapore’s longest running parody show.