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Neo Swee Lin (梁瑞玲; Liáng ruì líng; ) is a Singaporean actress who has appeared in several Asian films and theatres, notably in TV films and drama since the 1990s.

Early life[]

She born in Singapore, Neo Swee Lin has a law degree from National University of Singapore and trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.

Theatre Works[]

Neo Swee Lin had appeared in over 40 theatre plays which included: Romeo & Juliet, Cooling Off Day, Nadirah, Poop, Postcards from Rosa, First Light, Beauty World, Crazy Christmas, Cogito, Homesick, 2nd Link, For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again, Cinderel-lah!, The Morning People, Club Tempest, The Crucible, Ah Kong's Birthday Party, Hamlet, The Glass Menagerie, Half Lives, M. Butterfly, The Coffin is too Big for the Hole and No Parking on Odd Days, Emily of Emerald Hill, My Mother's Chest, Drunken Prawns, Medea, Mama Looking for her Cat, The House of Bernada Alba, 3 Children.

Local TV and Film Works[]

Her local TV and film work included: Where Got Problem, Kallang Roar the Movie, The Blue Mansion, The Teenage Textbook Movie, 12 Storeys, Phua Chu Kang The Movie, Random Acts, Really Something, PCK Pte Ltd, Drive: Life and Death, The Celebration,[1] Cut and Katong Fugue.[2]

International Works[]

Her international film and theatre work includes: Takeaway, The Letter (Lyric Hammersmith), Mail Order Bride (West Yorkshire Playhouse),[3] 3 Japanese Women (Cockpit Theatre), Trishaw, Anna and the King and I.[4]

Personal life[]

Neo was married to Lim Kay Siu in 12 August 1992.

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