A poised beauty with an enticing charisma, Phyllis Quek is without a doubt one of Singapore’s most established and recognized actress.
Since breaking into the scene following her win of the runner-up title at Star Search 1995, Phyllis’ stunning appeal and neutral acting display has won her immediate recognition. Her debut acting role in drama serial “Beyond Dawn” left an indelible impression on the audience, leading her in beating all odds to win the Best Newcomer Award in 1996.
In the following years, Phyllis has taken on countless challenging lead roles in prime time television dramas, including starring opposite “Golden Horse Best Actor” Alex Man in A Brave New World.
Notably, Phyllis has not only successfully captivated the Singapore viewers. Her enduring performances have also enthralled audiences across Asia. Phyllis has represented Singapore in numerous overseas drama productions alongside star-studded cast, such as Palm of RuLai (co-starring Hong Kong actor Julian Cheung Chi-lam), New Heavenly Sword and Dragon Sabre (co-starring Taiwanese actor Alec Su), Devils World (co-starring actor Alex To), Love Contract (co-starring Taiwanese heart-throb Mike He) and Fairy (co-starring Golden Horse Best Actor Tse Kwan Ho).
Apart from television, Phyllis’ big screen accomplishments in AD 2000 (opposite superstar Aaron Kwok), Born Wild (opposite Hong Kong actors Louis Khoo and Daniel Wu) and The Tree (opposite critically acclaimed Francis Ng) has also gained her recognition across the region. Further on, she has also put up remarkable performance in local movies such as Kidnapper (opposite Christopher Lee) and The Ultimate Winner (opposite Li Nanxing).
Commercially successfully, Phyllis has also joined the ranks of internationally acclaimed likes of Michelle Pfeiffer and Maggie Cheung as the LUX Star, as well as alongside Christy Cheung as the face for Marie France Bodyline, thus accomplishing true validation of a star’s celebrity cachet .
With 8 Star Awards “Top 10 Most Popular Female Artiste” recognitions to her name, Phyllis’ uniqueness and versatility is the reason why she remains deeply entrenched in the hearts of the audience even till now.
After leaving the limelight to spend time with her family for the past few years, Phyllis marked her return on screen with her new drama series “Legal Eagles” and “My Teacher is A Thug” in 2017, much to the delight of her fans. Ever stunningly attractive and glamorous, she is set to soar and bring new inspirations to all movie and television audiences.