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Jeremy Tiang 程异

Actor, writer

Jeremy is originally from Singapore, and is equally fluent in Mandarin and English. After reading English Literature at Oxford, he trained as an actor at Drama Centre London.

Performance credits include Peace Pagoda (Royal Opera House), The First Emperor (British Museum/ Yellow Earth Theatre), Jingo (Finborough), Ex Humare (King's Head Theatre), Hounslow West (Theatre503), Men of Monsters (Hen & Chickens), Rendition Monologues, The Illegals, Seven Years With Hard Labour (iceandfire), A Singapore Carol (Singapore Repertory Theatre), 8.3 Minutes (short film, opposite Colin Salmon), The Madness of the Dance (short film, opposite Maxine Peake), and the Bollywood film Show Man. Jeremy has also taken part in rehearsed readings for the Royal Court, Soho Theatre and King's Head Theatre.

As a writer, Jeremy is currently developing A Dream of Red Pavilions - an adaptation of the 18th Century Chinese novel Hong Lou Meng - with Yellow Earth Theatre. This play received a rehearsed reading at the Soho Theatre in 2008. Other work includes Polyglottalstop (Theatre503 showcase), Operation Opera (Esplanade Singapore) and Trondheim (Golden Point Award 2009).

Jeremy lives and works in both London and Singapore.

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Updated on 04 January, 2010


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Hello there Jeremy, I'm a British-Chinese actor/writer currently trying to build up a network of potential creative collaborators and partners. I'm currently developing a canon of work at the he4art will be the experience, history, culture and voice of the British-Chinese presenting a different and unique artistic view. I'm hoping that you would like to link up either via Facebook LinkedIn I am on Visible Chinese too

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