In March 2003 a twist of fate led Fish, a former mechanical engineer, to his TV debut, playing the episodic lead in the popular Docu-Drama series “True Files”. 

His rugged exterior belies Fish’s introspective nature, allowing him to delve deeper into stereotypical ‘tough guy’ roles, such as in Mediacorp’s telemovie “For Sentimental Reasons” in 2006. 

In 2012, local director Jack Neo was looking to cast a suitable actor as the Officer Commanding (OC) in his new 2-part movie “Ah Boys To Men”. Having worked with Fish on several of his earlier films; “I Not Stupid Too” 2006, “Money No Enough 2” 2008, and “Where Got Ghost” 2009, Jack knew Fish could carry the role of Cpt ThamSL. Then in 2014, Fish reprised the OC role in “Ah Boys To Frogmen” as Cpt Max Chow.

In 2015, Fish appeared in episode 4 and 5 of Netflix’s “Marco Polo”. Fish met and auditioned for director Daniel Minahan and writer John Fusco in 2014, and did not get the part of Jia Sidao (which eventually went to Chin Han) but they were suitably impressed to cast him as the Lead Song Ambassador, who negotiates a peace agreement with the Mongolians. 

Along with this extensive acting background, Fish is adept at bringing to life the written word. He recently voiced Pokka Coffee’s and‘s TVCs, NTUC Income’s radio advertisement and Asia Pacific Breweries’ “Tiger Street Food Support Fund” corporate video.

  FISH CHAAR   is listed for the convenience of Splice Studios clients for voice sessions scheduled via Splice
  Can do live direction via Skype