Has a Malaysian-Chinese father and Greek-Cypriot mother.
Originally aspired to be a clinical psychologist before earning his law degree and subsequently working as a lawyer.
Worked at a London law firm for two years before quitting and moving to New York City to pursue his acting career.
Was a correspondent for E! News Asia.
Won the ELLE Award for Breakout Star of the Year in 2011.
In 2012, made his stage debut in Pandemonium's production of Swimming With Sharks, a role that earned him the ELLE Award for Actor of the Year.
Has two brothers with severe forms of autism, which has led him to partner with Kiehl's in 2012 and 2013 to raise funds for the Autism Association of Singapore.
In 2015, was nominated at the Asian Television Awards for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his part in Grace.
Married his wife, Taiwanese television host Janet Hsieh, in Antarctica in 2015.
Is an ambassador for Share the Care SG, an initiative that aims to raise awareness for the unique struggles faced by family caregivers.
Janet Hsieh — Wife
Andrew Ng — Brother
Paul Ng — Brother
Anthony Ng — Brother
University of Southampton, Southampton, England (BS in Psychology, 2002); University of Westminster, Westminster School of Law, London, England (2003); University of Law, Guildford, Leeds, England (2005)