Jeanette Aw Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Boyfriend, Family, Images, And More

Jeanette Aw Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Boyfriend, Family, Images, And More

Jeanette Aw Ee-Ping (born 28 June 1979) is a Singaporean actress, filmmaker, businesswoman, and writer better known by her stage name Ou Xuan. Aw was designated one of Mediacorp's Seven Princesses in 2006, and she rose to prominence with her major part in the renowned drama The Little Nyonya. From 2002 to 2017, she was a full-time Mediacorp artist, and she was originally managed by Hype Records.

Aw has established herself as one of Singapore's most popular and high-profile celebrities through her television career. At Singapore Mediacorp's Star Awards, she received 29 popularity and performance awards, a record number for a performer. Jeanette Aw: Definitions, published in 2012, and Sol's World: Somebody to Love, released in 2015. In 2015, she also appeared in the musical Beauty World.

Aw won the television talent scouting competition Route to Glamour while in college. She signed with SPH Mediaworks and debuted in the 2001 drama Touched. Aw then joined Mediacorp in 2002, where he played the mentally handicapped character Mo Jingjing in Holland V (2003). Aw received tremendous acclaim for her portrayal of the imperfect actress Zhao Fei Er in The Dream Makers (2013) and its 2015 sequel. She got her first Star Award for Best Actress for her role in the latter drama.

Aw started her first pastry business, Once Upon A Time, on Hamilton Road in Jalan Besar in mid-2021.

Early years

Aw was born in Singapore as a Hokkien with Quanzhou, Southern Fujian, China ancestors. She has an older brother and an older sister. Aw, who grew up in an English-speaking family, rarely utilised Mandarin in their talks. She believed her childhood to be wonderful and fortunate because her parents supplied for all of her needs. She was an introvert who grew up with a carefree personality and was "the kind of girl who loved reading, writing, and drawing." Aw dreamed of becoming a dancer, an artist, or a child psychotherapist.

Aw was a school prefect and a model student at Raffles Girls' Primary School, Crescent Girls' School, National Junior College, and the National University of Singapore. Her finest subjects at O Levels were English Literature and English, and she received an A for painting.

In primary school, Aw participated in gymnastics, dance in high school, and swimming in junior college. Aw began ballet instruction at the age of 13, and she continued to dance virtually every day before earning her first acting contract. She also sang in her high school concert band and trained for a girl ensemble in junior college. Aw was the President of the NUS Dance Ensemble during university. Aw opted to pursue a career in theatre and earned a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Degree in Theatre Studies.

Career as an actor

2001-2002: Initial work

Aw and her friends auditioned for theatre companies while preparing for her graduation play in her final year of university (before earning an offer for the Honours Degree programme). A friend told her that a company was seeking for performers, and Aw only found out after she submitted her application that it was a television station. In 2000, Aw competed in Route to Glamour, a talent hunt hosted in Singapore and Malaysia by the now-defunct television network SPH MediaWorks, and knocked off over 5000 applicants to become champion and sign with the network. She was named "Best Performer" and "Best Newcomer" in her debut year, and she co-starred in a Taiwanese television drama. Aw left SPH MediaWorks in early 2002 to finish her education, then joined Hype Records before signing on as a Mediacorp performer in May 2002. She won the Best Newcomer award at the Star Awards 2002 for her role as Fan Keke in Beautiful Connection, the highest-rated Singapore drama in 2002. Aw also appeared in the Taiwanese idol film Kiss of a Toast II.

2003-2007: Public acclaim

In 2003, Aw appeared in True Heroes before moving on to play Mo Jingjing, a young woman with a low IQ, in Holland V, which became the most watched Singapore drama of the year. At the 2003 Star Awards, Aw was nominated for Best Actress but lost to co-star Chen Liping. She did, however, win her first "Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes" award. Following the massive success of Holland V, Aw was considered a possible successor to the Ah Jie (big sister) title. Aw made her feature film debut as Wen Qian in Spice Siblings in 2004, opposite Tay Ping Hui and Cynthia Koh. She then appeared in two dramas, A Child's Hope II and The Champion. Aw was nominated for Best Actress again for her outstanding performance in A Child's Hope II, and she also earned the "Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes" award at the 2004 Star Awards.

Aw became less prolific in 2005 after two years of nonstop filming. She co-starred in My Lucky Charm as Fang Lixiang with Huang Biren in January. That year, Aw starred in The Rainbow Connection as Ding Yingying, a brilliant dancer with stage fear. An ensemble cast from Singapore, mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Malaysia participated in this play. Aw, who was also a dancer, appeared in many dancing scenes. Aw did not receive a Best Actress nomination at the 2005 Star Awards, although she did receive her third "Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes" award. Before acting in Through It All, Aw played a psychotic character who despised her father in C.I.D. in 2006. At the 2006 Star Awards, she won her fourth "Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes" title. The title "Seven Princesses of Mediacorp" was coined in December 2006 as part of the 476th issue cover story of Mediacorp newspaper iWeekly.

The Peak, Aw's drama, premiered in January 2007. She portrayed Zhong Xiao Yang, a shipbuilder who went handicapped after rescuing her boyfriend. The drama was shot around the time of Aw's godmother's death, and while many expected her to be nominated for Best Actress at the annual Star Awards, she did not make the cut. Aw appeared in Switched! in July. She played Jiang Xinhui, a famous, headstrong, and materialistic actress, opposite Fann Wong. Dear, Dear Son-In-Law, her final drama from 2007, premiered in October 2007.

2008-2009: Groundbreaking

Aw spent four months filming in China for the Chinese film The Shaolin Warriors in 2008. She went on to play Chen Xiaorou in Rhythm of Life and Lin Keyi in The Defining Moment, in which she received recognition for her acting abilities. Then came Aw's big break: he was cast in Mediacorp's mega-hit film The Little Nyonya. Aw was chosen from among several actresses that auditioned for the primary female lead role. Many people perceived it as a series created to improve Aw's television career and gain her the Best Actress title at the following Star Awards, and Mediacorp's favouritism towards Aw was criticised. Several viewers also claimed that the makers created Aw's initial role as a mute on purpose to hide her poor Mandarin delivery. In response, producers praised Aw's performance, stating she was professional. Members of the audience applauded Aw's dual portrayal of Yamamoto Yueniang and Huang Juxiang (the major character's mother). The drama was a big hit, becoming the most watched Singapore drama in 15 years. Aw grew in popularity and was dubbed the third-generation Ah Jie. Despite garnering a third Best Actress nomination at the Star Awards in 2009, Aw was defeated by her co-star Joanne Peh. Aw appeared in Together for the third time with Dai Xiangyu in the end of 2009.

2010-2014: Ongoing success

In New Beginnings, Aw played a funeral director attempting to change people's attitudes of her job. During the filming of the play, she had overcome a health scare. Though she did not win, Aw received her fourth and fifth Best Actress nods for Together (2010) and the blockbuster thriller Breakout (2011), respectively. Aw was supposed to film Absolutely Charming in 2011, but she instead joined Destiny in Her Hands in Malaysia, where she received a minor facial injury. Aw finished filming in China for the drama Precious in September 2011. For the fifth time in three years, she played the primary lead and worked with Dai Xiangyu. Precious was a remake of The Little Nyonya, and Aw portrayed three characters this time (the mother Fang Xi Ruo, the daughter Ling Qian Jin, and Qian Jin's granddaughter). She also appeared in Rescue 995 as Shi Hao Ran in 2012. The part of a righteous young lady who is effervescent and happy varied from Aw's recent emotional roles. Jump!, a 2012 Channel U drama, Her first try at a laugh-out-loud comedy was unexpected and tough. Aw appeared in Beyond in December of that year as a girl with eyes that can see into anyone's inner world.

The Dream Makers, said to be Aw's second breakout drama, was Channel 8's mid-year blockbuster in 2013, with a stellar ensemble that included Zoe Tay, Chen Li Ping, Chen Han Wei, Qi Yu Wu, and Rui En. Aw portrayed a C-list actress attempting to break into the spotlight in the drama. Aw garnered countless good responses from fans as well as accolades from senior artistes such as Zoe Tay, Chen Han Wei, Bryan Wong, and Xiang Yun, making her the hot pick for Best Actress at the Star Awards 20. Following a similar defeat to Chen Liping at the Star Awards in 2003, she was once again beaten to the trophy by her co-star and set a record for the most nominations (6) without a win. For the drama, Aw won five popularity awards, including "Favourite Female Character" and "Favourite Onscreen Couple" with Qi Yu Wu. She became the first artist to win four awards in a single show since the foundation of the Star Awards, as well as the first to win five trophies in a single year, during the Star trophies 20 Show 1. With her eleventh and last "Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes" award at Star Awards 20 Show 2, Aw became the first of Mediacorp's Seven Princesses to receive the "All-Time Favourite Artiste" honour.

Aw appeared in Channel 8's epic historical drama The Journey: A Voyage in 2013, marking her fifth and third collaborations with Elvin Ng and Joanne Peh. Aw promoted the drama, which was then running on PPCTV, in Cambodia with cast members Ng and Desmond Tan. She appeared in the football-themed drama World at Your Feet and its spin-off, Unexpected Strangers, a telemovie developed for Mediacorp's on-demand service Toggle, in honour of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Aw debuted as a tomboy chef in Spice Up in August 2014 before starring in The Journey: Tumultuous Times, the second installment of The Journey trilogy. Her on-screen pairing with co-star Shaun Chen was praised for recalling their Holland V pairing.

Best Actress and a sabbatical from 2015 to 2019

In the Channel U drama Let It Go, Aw portrayed a trendy single blogger known for baring her break-up stories and shaming her exes online in February 2015. She won six prizes at the Star prizes 2015 Show 1 before collecting her All-Time Favourite Artiste award at the Star Awards 2015 Show 2 with Vivian Lai after winning the Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes award from 2003-2006, 2009-2014, respectively. She featured as a guest star in The Journey: Our Homeland in July 2015, making her the only cast member to appear in all three installments of the trilogy.

In May of that year, it was reported that Aw will reprise her role as Zhao Fei Er in The Dream Makers II, the sequel to the 2013 successful series. Even before filming began, Aw's possibilities for Best Actress at the following year's Star Awards were highlighted. Aw indicated that her character would be depressed, and she had done research on the traits and behaviour of depression patients in order to better represent her role. The drama was presented by Aw and co-star Zoe Tay at the China International Film & TV Programmes Exhibition in Beijing in July. Later same month, Aw's debut feature, Find My Dad, earned $37,850 in a 14-day restricted release. Aw plays a single mother in the 2012 Malaysian film. Aw was the most decorated performer at the inaugural PPCTV MediaCorp Awards in Cambodia, winning "Favourite Lead Actress" and "Favourite Female TV Character" for her role as Zhao Fei Er in The Dream Makers. Following the December premiere of The Dream Makers II, Aw's portrayal of the role was praised. She went on to win "Best Actress," "Favourite Female Character," and "Favourite Onscreen Couple" at the 2016 Star Awards.

Aw went on to star in the mid-year blockbuster drama The Dream Job, earning her ninth "Best Actress" nomination at the Star Awards 2017. She played a triad mobster in season two of Channel 8's long-form TV drama 118, and was injured on set by a shattered glass door. Aw was cast in Ramen Teh, a film co-produced by Japan and Singapore, alongside Seiko Matsuda, Takumi Saito, and Mark Lee, in March 2017. The film began production in Singapore in July and had its international premiere the following February at the Berlin International Film Festival. Aw later saw the film at the San Sebastián International Film Festival and saw it in Paris in September 2018. Ramen Teh earned $26,149 in Colombia, $9,384 in the Czech Republic, $472,940 in France, and $72,984 in Spain, according to limited reporting.

In October 2017, Aw announced her exits from Hype Records and Mediacorp, stating that it was time to move on. Till We Meet Again, a drama serial produced by Wawa Pictures and Aw's first drama after going solo, premiered in November 2018. Aw played Tang Xin, the production's antagonist, and hinted that it might be her final drama. In July 2019, Aw began filming the showbiz-themed drama After The Stars.

Work done away from the camera

Production of films

Picturesque Films is the production firm founded by Aw. Aw wrote, directed, and produced The Last Entry, a short film inspired by her godmother's Alzheimer's condition, in 2017. The video was chosen from over 10,000 submissions from over 130 nations and regions worldwide for the official competition of Tokyo's Short Shorts video Festival & Asia 2018. Aw was also chosen as one of three competing filmmakers to create a one-minute short film on Tokyo for the Tokyo Cinema Ensemble project, which will be shown during the Festival Awards Ceremony. The Last Entry ultimately failed to win the top award and was not nominated for an Academy Award at the 91st Academy Awards.

In December 2018, Aw shot the short film Senses in Takasaki, Japan, with a local and Japanese team. The staff in Japan, whom Aw met on the set of Ramen Teh, assisted her with logistics and auditions in Japan.


Following her appearance in Ramen Teh, which is set in Takasaki, Aw was named the city's public relations ambassador in September 2018. Aw "shall endeavour to promote the city's tourism, products, and information to Singapore and the world," according to the Letter of Appointment.


Aw made her first advertisements for AsiaOne, Glamour Shot, OTO, Singtel, and Sony Batteries between 2001 and 2002. In 2003, she promoted LifePharm Intenz Skin Activator and Pokka Vegetable Juice, and with her growing popularity in 2004, Aw became the first official ambassadress for SK Jewellery. StarHub i-mode was introduced in 2005 and 2006. Aw's success with The Little Nyonya led to endorsements for IZU, Kim Robinson, NETS, New Moon, OSIM uSqueez Warm, and Sakura International Buffet Restaurant. She was dubbed the "Queen of Endorsements" after modelling for Olay Regenerist, OWL, and Reduze, as well as SK Jewellery, from 2010 to 2012. Aw first appeared in advertising for Bio-Essence, a skincare firm, in July 2015.

Aw is a Montblanc brand ambassador, most recently appearing with Miss World 2007 Zhang Zilin and film director and screenwriter Xue Xiaolu at the 2016 launch of the Bohème Lady range. As part of American Express' Love Dining campaign in 2017, Aw collaborated with executive Chinese chef Brian Wong of Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel's Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant to develop a Peranakan-Chinese fusion cuisine. Aw joined ClearSK as an ambassador in December 2017, before joining worldwide brand Lancôme in August 2019.

Humanitarian and social work

Aw has visited orphanages and participated in global volunteer tours for needy youngsters. Aw partnered with Precious Moments in 2012 and reportedly received a five-figure payment, which she donated to a cancer charity for children. Aw, a Bulgari brand ambassador, assisted in raising cash for a Save the Children programme in Vietnam in May 2016.


In February 2012, Aw released her first book, Jeanette Aw: Definitions, which contained details from her personal life. Aw outlined what was essential to her in words from A to Z in this work, which contains black-and-white images and sketches she produced. Among the revelations was a breast cancer scare in 2010 when she detected a lump in her breast, which turned out to be benign. Aw also wrote about being a mother to her three young godchildren and her love of drawing and sketching. The title topped all major Singapore bookshops' best-seller lists. Aw released Jeanette Aw: Definitions (Limited Edition) a month later.

In May 2015, Aw released her second novel, Sol's World: Somebody to Love, which follows the eponymous character on her path of self-discovery. The picture book took almost two years to complete, and all of the drawings were hand-painted. In 2010, the figure Sol originated as an image accompanying Aw's column in the Mediacorp newspaper iWeekly. She felt close to the character over time and decided to make Sol the key role of this book. From May to August 2015, Aw's artwork from the book and new drawings were on display at the National Museum of Singapore as part of its Children's Season "Masak Masak 2015." The show Sol's World: Somebody to Love featured her exhibit "Simple Pleasures in Life & Life's Best Journey is with The One You Love" as well as two other artist interpretations of her book.

Performances on the stage

Inspired by the success of The Little Nyonya, Aw headlined The Peranakan Ball in May 2009 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, once again collaborating with Dai Xiangyu. Other cast members of the musical featured renowned Mediacorp artistes such as Xiang Yun, Ann Kok, and Rayson Tan, as well as Chen Diya and Carrie Yeo from Project SuperStar.

In 2011 and 2015, Aw performed at Singapore Day in Shanghai.

Aw became the latest Singapore television celebrity to take to the stage in a re-enactment of Dick Lee and Michael Chiang's renowned musical Beauty World at Victoria Theatre in November 2015. She portrayed Lulu, a vengeful cabaret queen. Aw was praised for her "convincing acting" and "perfect" performance, in which she "gave off the vibe of a cunning and manipulative cabaret queen easily" without saying a single word. Director Dick Lee appreciated Aw's overall performance despite several criticisms about her voice qualities and inability to establish a presence.

The culinary arts

Aw relocated to Bangkok in June 2018 and enrolled in the Diplôme de Pâtisserie programme at the Le Cordon Bleu Dusit Culinary School. She was named the school's International Brand Ambassador. Aw intends to create a cafe or restaurant in the future, but she may start with a pop-up. Aw is finishing her course at Le Cordon Bleu Tokyo in Shibuya's Daikanyamach.


Jeanius (Singapore) is Aw's official fan club, founded on December 29, 2004. The name of the club is a combination of Aw's first name, Jeanette, and the word "genius." Aw recognises it as the only official fan club. The club has collaborated with Aw's previous management, Artiste Networks (under Hype Records), over the years. Jeanius (Singapore) has widened its fan base to include Cambodia, China, and Malaysia.

In the news

Aw is one of Singapore's most popular actresses, yet she keeps her personal life private. Aw has appeared on the covers of lifestyle magazines, ranging from Mediacorp publications like 8 Days, Elle Singapore, iWeekly, Style:Weddings and uWeekly as well as SPH magazines like Cleo Singapore, Female, Her World, ICON, Nuyou, Nuyou Time and Simply Her to others like #313Foodie, Citta Bella, Ezyhealth and LiveWell (all Singapore), Citta Bella, Feminine, My Wedding, Oriental Cuisine and Sisters (all Malaysia) and Ladies (Cambodia). FHM Singapore placed her among the Top 100 Sexiest Women from 2007 to 2009.

Aw is also Singapore's only television actress with over a million Facebook admirers. Aw was dubbed "Caldecott Hill's social media queen" after winning seven Singapore Blog Awards and the "Social Media Award" at the Star Awards in 2014 and 2015.

Local television audiences frequently matched her against fellow Singaporean actress Rui En, and the pair had swept popularity honours like "Favourite Female Character" and "Favourite Onscreen Couple" throughout the history of these categories at the annual Star honours. Aw had underlined that there was no personal rivalry, and Rui En had also stated that she had "outgrown the whole princess thing." "Rui En and Jeanette appeal to different fans, and this is why they are both at the top of their game," said Ken Lim, owner of Hype Records, which used to manage both actresses together. "Rui En is the one with the attitude, while Jeanette is relatable."


Television series

2001Touched (情色男女)
Web of love
2002Beautiful ConnectionFan Keke (范可可)
Strange Encounter (奇妙人生之爱情递送)
Kiss of a Toast II (吐司男之吻II)
Cash is King (胜券在握)Ding Xiaoyi (丁小一)
2003Holland VMo Jingjing (莫晶晶)
True HeroesChen Huimin (陈慧敏)
2004The ChampionGuo Jingwen (郭靖雯)
A Child's Hope IILin Jinghao (林静濠)
Spice SiblingsWen Qing (温情)
2005The Rainbow Connection [zh] (舞出彩虹)Yoyo (丁莹莹)
My Lucky CharmFang Lixiang (方丽香)
2006Through It All (海的儿子)Cheng Xiaoxuan (程晓萱)
C.I.D.Fang Jiayi (方佳宜)
2007Dear, Dear Son in LawJiang Yijun (江怡君)
Switched!Jiang Xinhui (江欣慧)
The PeakZhong Xiaoyang (钟晓阳)
2008The Little NyonyaHuang Juxiang (黄菊香)
Shan Ben Yueniang (山本月娘)
The Defining MomentLin Keyi (林可怡)
Rhythm of LifeChen Xiaorou (陈小柔)
The Shaolin WarriorsHaiqing (海清)
2009TogetherYao Jianhong (姚剑虹)
2010BreakoutYe Ziqing (叶子青)
Yang Nianqing (杨念青)
New BeginningsCai Shiya (蔡施雅)
2011Precious (千金)Ling Qianjin (凌千金)
Destiny in Her HandsLuo Jinyu (罗金玉)
2012BeyondYang Zhiqing (杨芷晴)
Jump!Xiao Chunli (萧春丽)
Rescue 995Shi Haoran (施浩然)
2013The Journey: A VoyageLin Yazi (林鸭子)
The Dream MakersZhao Fei'er (赵非儿)
2014The Journey: Tumultuous TimesLin Yazi (林鸭子)
Hong Minghui (洪明慧)
Spice Up (幸福料理)Yu Nan (余男)
World at Your FeetMo Yuqing (莫雨晴)
2015The Dream Makers IIZhao Fei'er (赵非儿)
The Journey: Our HomelandHong Minghui (洪明慧)
Let It Go (分手快乐)Liang Yanneo (梁语嫣)
2016118 IILi Taimei (李太美)
The Dream JobCheng Huishan (程卉杉)
2018Till We Meet Again (千年来说对不起)Tang Xin (唐心)
Snow Fox (雪狐)
2019After The Stars (攻星计)Zheng Tian Ai (郑天爱)
2021The Ferryman: Legends of Nanyang (灵魂摆渡之南洋传说)Nine Tailed Fox (九尾狐)
TBAQuiet Among Disquiet (在不安的世界安静地活)Meng Lu (孟露)


2014Unexpected Strangers (小心陌生人Mo Yuqing (莫雨晴)
2015Find My Dad (平平安安)Ping Ma (平妈)
2017The Last Entry (记·意)Natalie
2018Ramen TehMei Lian
2019Senses (心境)
2020This is TokyoAlice Kwang

Variety and infotainment show appearances

2001Route to Glamour (新卧虎藏龙)Variety program
  • Champion
2002TrueHearts Show (公益献爱心)Variety special
  • Guest
Affairs of the Heart (心手相连)Variety special
  • Guest
2003TrueHearts Show (公益献爱心)Variety special
  • Guest
2004Extreme Gourmet 2Travelogue
  • Guest
  • Filmed in China
Stars of all Trades (行行出艺人)Info-educational
  • Features Aw as a kindergarten teacher
2005Ren Ci Charity Show 2005 (仁心慈爱照万千)Variety special
  • Guest
Wish You were HereTravelogue
  • Guest
  • Filmed in Australia (Perth and the Northern Territory)
2007SPD Charity Show (真情无障爱)Variety special
  • Guest
The Princesses and the Dude (扮美达人)Info-educational
  • Guest on Episode 1
2008Channel 8 Countdown Party 2009 at Vivocity (8频道跨年派对)Variety special
  • Guest
Sichuan Earthquake Charity Show (让爱川流不息)Variety special
  • Guest
Thye Hua Kwan Charity Show (一心一德为善乐)Variety special
  • Guest performer
Good Morning Singapore (早安你好)News program
  • Promoted Rhythm of Life
2009Channel 8 Countdown Party 2010 at Vivocity (8频道跨年派对)Variety special
  • Guest performer
TrueHearts Show (公益献爱心)Variety special
  • Guest performer
Good Morning Singapore (早安你好)News program
  • Promoted Together
The Princess & The Prince (当公主遇上王子)Info-educational
  • Guest on Episode 2
The Little Nyonya's Big Reunion (小娘惹大团圆)Variety special
  • Guest
Frontline (前线追踪)Info-educational
  • Guest
2010穿越外景地 – 新加坡: 本土文化之旅Travelogue
  • 旅游卫视 production (Beijing, China)
The Green Room (今日VIP)Talk show
  • TVB production (Hong Kong)
<<小娘惹>> 厨房大作战Info-educational
  • TVB production (Hong Kong)
E-News Front Line (娱乐最前线)Magazine program
  • TVB production (Hong Kong)
Starry Kitchen (星级厨房)Info-educational
  • TVB production (Hong Kong)
Entertainment on 5Magazine program
  • Guest
One Moment of GloryTalent search competition
  • Guest judge
Evolution (一起看过去)Info-educational
  • Guest
Stars for a Cause 2 (明星志工队 2)Info-educational
  • Guest
  • Filmed in Gansu, China
2011Stars for a Cause 3 (明星志工队 3)Info-educational
  • Guest
  • Filmed in Yinchuan, China
Inside JobInfo-educational
  • Guest on Episode 3
2012S.N.A.P. (熠熠星光总动员)Talent search competition
  • Guest on Episode 8
2013Celebrate TV50Variety special
  • Guest performer
CTN 10th Anniversary ShowVariety special
  • Cambodian Television Network production
Asia Style CollectionVariety special
  • Modeled for styleXstyle Asian Fashion Collection 2013
2014Celebrate SG50Variety special
  • Guest performer
Minute to Win It (១នាទីដើម្បីឈ្នះ)Game show
  • Cambodian Television Network production
Entertainment TonightVariety
  • Promoted World at Your Feet
  • Cambodian Television Network production
Star's Day Off (今天不开工)Info-educational
  • Guest on Episode 6
Say It! 2 (好好说慢慢讲2)Info-educational
  • Guest on Episode 2
The Joy Truck 2 (快乐速递 2)Info-educational
  • Guest on Episode 10
2015Singapore TonightNews program
  • Promoted Sol's World: Somebody to Love as part of "Masak Masak 2015"
The 5 ShowMagazine program
  • Promoted Sol's World: Somebody to Love
2021Crème De La CrèmeBaking contest program
  • Host and judge with Fann Wong


2009The Peranakan BallBee Tin
2015Beauty WorldLulu


Compilation albums

YearEnglish titleMandarin title
2009Mediacorp Lunar New Year Album 09群星贺岁福牛迎瑞年
2012Mediacorp Lunar New Year Album 12群星贺岁金龙接财神
2013Mediacorp Lunar New Year Album 13群星贺岁金蛇献祥和
2015MediaCorp Music Lunar New Year Album 15新传媒群星金羊添吉祥

Published works

  • Aw, Jeanette (2012). Jeanette Aw: Definitions. GLM Pte Ltd. ISBN 978-9810712570.
  • Aw, Jeanette (2015). Sol's World: Somebody To Love. Candid Creation Publishing. ISBN 978-9810929886.

Awards and nominations

YearCeremonyCategoryNominated workResult
2002Star AwardsBest NewcomerWon
2003Star AwardsBest ActressHolland V (as Mo Jingjing)Nominated
Top 10 Most Popular Female ArtistesTop 10
2004Star AwardsBest ActressA Child's Hope II (as Lin Jinghao)Nominated
Top 10 Most Popular Female ArtistesTop 10
2005Star AwardsTop 10 Most Popular Female ArtistesTop 10
2006Star AwardsTop 10 Most Popular Female ArtistesTop 10
2007Star AwardsTop 10 Most Popular Female ArtistesTop 20
2008Asian Television AwardsBest Actress in a Leading RoleRhythm of Life (as Chen Xiaorou)Nominated
2009Star AwardsBest ActressThe Little Nyonya (as Yamamoto Yueniang)Nominated
Top 10 Most Popular Female ArtistesTop 10
2010Star AwardsBest ActressTogether (as Yao Jianghong)Nominated
Favourite Female CharacterWon
Top 10 Most Popular Female ArtistesTop 10
Asian Television AwardsBest Actress in a Leading RoleTogether (as Yao Jianghong)Nominated
2011Star AwardsBest ActressBreakout (as Ye Nianqing)Nominated
Top 10 Most Popular Female ArtistesTop 10
Favourite Female CharacterBreakout (as Ye Nianqing)Nominated
Favourite Onscreen CoupleWon
Systema Most Charming Smile AwardNominated
iWeekly Most Stylish AwardWon
2012Star AwardsTop 10 Most Popular Female ArtistesTop 10
2013Star AwardsTop 10 Most Popular Female ArtistesTop 10
2014Star AwardsBest ActressThe Dream Makers (as Zhao Feier)Nominated
Favourite Female CharacterWon
Favourite Onscreen CoupleWon
Social Media AwardWon
Most Popular Regional Artiste (Cambodia)Won
Most Popular Regional Artiste (China)Nominated
Most Popular Regional Artiste (Indonesia)Nominated
Most Popular Regional Artiste (Malaysia)Nominated
Top 10 Most Popular Female ArtistesTop 10
2015Star AwardsAll-Time Favourite ArtisteReceived
Favourite Female CharacterThe Journey: Tumultuous Times (as Hong Minghui)Won
Favourite Onscreen CoupleWorld at Your Feet (as Mo Yuqing)Won
Social Media AwardWon
Most Popular Regional Artiste (Cambodia)Won
Most Popular Regional Artiste (China)Nominated
Most Popular Regional Artiste (Indonesia)Won
Most Popular Regional Artiste (Malaysia)Won
2016Star AwardsBest ActressThe Dream Makers II (as Zhao Feier)Won
Favourite Female CharacterWon
Favourite Onscreen CoupleWon
2017Star AwardsBest ActressThe Dream Job (as Cheng Huishan)Nominated

Jeanette Aw Biography

NameJeanette Aw
Date of Birth28-Jun-1979
Age in 202344
Birth PlaceSingapore
Height1.63 (m)
WeightUnknown (KGs)
ProfessionTV Actress
HeightIn Centimeters: 163 cm.
In Meters: 1.63 m.
In Feet Inches: 5'4"
WeightIn KG: Not known
In Pound: Not known
Eye Color-
Hair Color-
Marital StatusYet to update

Some FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) about Jeanette Aw.

  1. What is the Net Worth of Jeanette Aw?

The Net Worth of Jeanette Aw is $1.5 Million.

  1. What is the Height of Jeanette Aw?

The height of Jeanette Aw is 1.63.

  1. Where is the birthplace of Jeanette Aw?

The birthplace of Jeanette Aw is Singapore

  1. What is the Date of Birth of Jeanette Aw?

The birthday of Jeanette Aw is on 28-Jun-1979.

  1. Is Jeanette Aw Married?

The marital status of Jeanette Aw is: Yet to update.

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