Romeo Tan (born April 9, 1985) is a talented Singaporean actor and TV personality. He has been announced one of the 8 Dukes of Caldecott Hill. Caldecott Hill is a small area in Singapore home to many of the country’s celebrities and wealthy individuals.
He is one of the few actors who have made a name for themselves in Singapore.
Tan Romeo’s work has been recognized both locally and internationally. He has starred in several films and television series, including the award-winning film The Dream Makers. Romeo Tan has also won numerous awards for his work, including the Singapore Film Festival Award for Best Actor.
|WIKI FACTS & ABOUT DATA|
|Full Name:||Tan Romeo|
|Stage Name:||Romeo Tan|
|Born:||9 April 1985 (age 37 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||Singapore|
|Parents:||Lee-Leng Tan, Michael Tan|
|Siblings:||Rowell Tan, Robin Tan|
|Wife • Spouse:||Denise Camillia|
|Girlfriend • Partner:||He Ying Ying|
|Occupation:||Actor • TV Personality|
|Net Worth:||US$8 million|
Early Life & Education
Romeo Tan was born on April 9th, 1985, in Singapore. He is the third and youngest child of Lee-Leng Tan, a full-time homemaker, and Michael Tan, a businessman. He has two brothers: Rowell Tan and Robin Tan.
He grew up in an H.D.B. flat in Ang Mo Kio and attended primary school at Rosyth School. Romeo Tan went to secondary school at Hwa Chong Institution and Junior College at National Junior College.
Upon graduating from junior college, he enrolled at the Nanyang Polytechnic of Singapore, where Romeo Tan majored in Business Administration and minored in Marketing. He graduated with honors in 2007.
It’s no secret that Romeo Tan was a chubby kid. He was the victim of bullying until he lost weight. Now, he’s a model and actor beloved by many for his charming good looks.
His story is inspiring and one that many people can relate to. He’s proof that no matter where you start in life, you can always achieve your dreams if you set your mind to them.
Romeo Tan and Denise Camillia, two of Singapore’s most eligible bachelors, reportedly married in a private ceremony. The couple, who have been dating for more than a year, decided to tie the knot after Tan proposed to Denise Camillia.
The wedding was a small affair, with only close family and friends in attendance. It was not announced until the day of the event when photos of the pair surfaced on social media.
It is rumored that He Ying Ying once dated Romeo Tan, and Elvin Ng is his close friend.
Romeo Tan made his television debut in the fourth season of Heartlanders in 2005. Tan participated in the tenth season of the talent competition Star Search after filming The Best Things in Life.
He attended a show audition, and after being chosen as one of the season’s top 20 competitors, he moved on to the quarterfinal. After being selected as one of the top three contestants during the quarterfinal, he advanced to the grand final during the semi-final.
In 2012, Romeo Tan was cast in a supporting role before the other Star Search finalists in the highly regarded international police procedural series C.L.I.F. He was nominated for the Best Newcomer Award at the 2012 Star Awards for his performance; however, Kate Pang took the prize.
Then, he was offered a role in the prestigious drama series Joys of Life, where he made his first career-defining appearance as an adversary. He was praised as one of the industry’s rising stars and received positive feedback for his performance.
Romeo Tan played Jin Zhengnan, a charming chef who got entangled in a love affair with Du Siman (Felicia Chin) and Wu Yanbin in the film Don’t Stop Believin‘ (Elvin Ng). Later, he portrayed the Fish Prince in the holiday blockbuster, It Takes Two.
Romeo Tan‘s gathered net worth is estimated to be US$8 million. His net worth is largely due to his successful acting career, but he has also made wise investments in property and other businesses.
With his growing wealth, Tan is now one of the richest celebrities in Singapore.
- Instagram handle: @Romeotan
- Twitter handle: @Romeotan
- Tiktok handle: @Romeotan
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