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Phyllis Quek was born on 23 August, 1973 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is an actress, singer, former model. At 47 years old, Phyllis Quek height is 5 ft 8 in (173.0 cm).
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|actress, singer, former model
|Phyllis Quek Age
|49 years old
|23 August 1973
|Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Who Is Phyllis Quek's Husband?
Her husband is David Cox (m. 2012)
|David Cox (m. 2012)
Phyllis Quek Net Worth
She net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Phyllis Quek worth at the age of 49 years old? Phyllis Quek’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from Malaysia. We have estimated Phyllis Quek's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022
|$1 Million - $5 Million
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|Net Worth in 2021
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Phyllis married Australian businessman, David Cox, 51 in December 2012 and held a wedding dinner on the 23 June 2013.
In 2007, she resurfaced in drama , Live Again (天堂鸟), slated for a November release. This was her first drama since Rhapsody In Blue (蓝色仙人掌) in early 2006. In 2009, Phyllis gained some recognition for her performance in Perfect Cut II (一切完美2) and was soon cast alongside Christopher Lee as #1 female lead to star in new movie, Kidnapper (绑匪), which is slated for a 2010 release. As of 2011, Phyllis has starred in more than 40 local and overseas production dramas and 6 movies.
The regional productions and endorsement had earned Phyllis some form of recognition in the East Asian showbiz arena, but she has never been a news-maker. This, combined with her long absence from Singapore showbiz, resulted in a gradual decline of media exposure on her in Singapore. This was exacerbated by the fact that she still occasionally receives supporting drama roles instead of lead roles that was de rigueur in the past. In addition, the 2005 consolidation of MediaCorp and SPH MediaWorks has resulted in a fervor to develop new TV showbiz talents, to the detriment of older artistes. Phyllis has not been nominated for Top 10 Most Popular Female Artiste in the annual Star Awards since and the perception has been that Phyllis's star has waned since her heyday in 2000 and 2001.
As soon as her contract expired in 2001, she made a critical decision to switch to another management company, Hype Records Artiste Networks after she enjoyed working with them whilst producing her debut album. In keeping with Hype Records' plans for regionalisation, Phyllis made another conscious decision to star in productions from primarily the East Asian region (including Taiwan and China). She made her debut in Taiwan headlining the wacky lead role in a fluffy idol drama titled My Fair Lady (丑女大翻身), in which she donned fatsuits and prosthetics in order to play a fat and undesired girl.
Phyllis first huge endorsement deal was for Japan's Bigen Prominous Hair Dye in 2001. Her Bigen Prominous's advertisement could still be seen in 2006 when Bigen sponsored Project Superstar 2. In December 2003, Phyllis hit the headlines for gaining noticeable pounds at Star Awards 2003. She was immediately signed by Marie France Bodyline to be their spokesperson. Phyllis was the first Singapore Artiste to endorse Marie France Bodyline.
Phyllis struck gold when MediaCorp Raintree Pictures offered her a lead role opposite Hong Kong megastar Aaron Kwok and Daniel Wu in a Hong Kong-Singapore joint collaboration movie, 2000 A.D.. Through this action flick, she won attention in the Asian media and is noted to have a high potential in local book Singapore Cinema by Raphaël Millet. She subsequently followed this up with a supporting role as a policewoman in another Raintree Pictures film, The Tree (孩子树).
Phyllis Quek's entry to Singapore showbiz was through Star Search 1995, in which she garnered a third placing. Despite this, a stunning performance in her debut drama serial, Beyond Dawn (女子监狱), left an indelible impression in the hearts of viewers. She was subsequently awarded the Best Newcomer Award at MediaCorp's Star Awards ceremony in 1996.