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Christopher Lee (Malaysian actor)

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Christopher Lee
Christopher Lee Meng Soon

(1972-07-23) 23 July 1972 (age 48)
OccupationActor, Host & Singer
Years active1994–present
  • Catwalk Production House
Height1.8 m (5 ft 11 in)
(m. 2009)
ChildrenZed Lee (son)
FamilyFrederick Lee Meng Chong (younger brother)
Awards1st Male Runner-up, Star Search Singapore 1995
Star Awards 1997:
Best Actor
Star Awards 2013 :
Best Actor
Best Leading Actor Award, Golden Bell Awards 2014
Star Awards 2010:
All-Time Favourite Artiste
Star Awards 2011 :
Favourite Onscreen Couple (Drama)
Star Awards 2015 :
Most Popular Regional Artiste : China
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese李銘順
Musical career

Christopher Lee Meng Soon (李銘順 Li Ming Shun previous name) (23 July 1972) is a Malaysia born Singaporean actor, host and singer and managed under Catwalk Production House.

Early life

Lee studied up to form 5 in Sekolah Menengah Seri Kota, Air Leleh, Malacca, Malaysia. He was an active student in school, serving as a prefect and representing his school in rugby competitions. He has an older sister and two younger brothers, the youngest being Frederick Lee Meng Chong, who is also an actor and model in Malaysia.[1]


Lee joined TCS on a contract in 1995 after emerging as 1st runner-up in the male category of the Star Search programme in 1995. He worked as a factory worker, salesman and part-time model before joining star search in 1995. Lee first started acting in Chinese-language television dramas produced by Channel 8.

Lee rose to prominence in his career after winning the Best Actor award at the Star Awards 1997 for his role as a hanjian in the television drama The Price of Peace, set in Japanese-occupied Singapore during World War II. In 1998, he starred as Yang Guo in The Return of the Condor Heroes, an adaptation of Louis Cha's novel of the same title. He was voted in as Taiwan's Most Popular MediaCorp Male Artiste at the Star Awards 1998 for his performance. Since then, Lee has acted in many television series jointly produced by Singapore and other countries in the Asia-Pacific region, co-starring with actors from Hong Kong and Taiwan, such as Nadia Chan, Vincent Chiao, Jimmy Lin and Jordan Chan.

Apart from acting, Lee also recorded the theme songs of MediaCorp's television dramas. He released his first solo album in 1999 and another one in 2002.

At the 2010 Star Awards, Lee was awarded the coveted All-Time Favourite Artiste Award after winning the Top 10 Most Popular Male Artistes award from 1997–1998, 2000, 2002-2009 respectively with long-time colleague Mark Lee[2] He became the first non-Singaporean artiste to win the award. More recently, Lee has also ventured into hosting and has hosted several travel and food programmes. He was nominated for the Best Info-Ed Show Host award at the Star Awards 2012.

Personal life

After an eight-year courtship, Lee married model-turned-actress-turned singer Fann Wong, his co-star in several television series, on 16 May 2009. The wedding ceremony was held at Shangri-La Hotel Singapore, with many of Lee's colleagues from the entertainment industry, such as Zheng Geping and Huang Biren, attending their wedding. The couple have a son Zed, who was born on August 2014.


Legal issues

On 8 October 2006, Lee was involved in a hit-and-run road accident. He had allegedly knocked down a motorcyclist due to suspected drunk driving, causing the motorcyclist and his pillion rider to suffer superficial injuries on their faces and legs. He was arrested and released later on bail.

Despite the incident, Lee managed to win a position among the Top 10 Male Artistes in the Star Awards 2006. In his acceptance speech, Lee said in Mandarin that he had been feeling terrible over the incident during the previous two months, and that he would be responsible for what he did. Speaking to reporters later, he mentioned that he had been unable to sleep at times, adding that he was very grateful to his fans for their support.[3]

On 10 May 2007, Lee was fined S$4,500 and disqualified from driving for three years on charges of drunk driving and other traffic offences, as well as being sentenced to a prison term of four weeks. Lee appealed against his jail sentence but withdrew his appeal later on 28 May. He began serving his sentence at Queenstown Remand Prison on the same day.[4] On 15 June, the prosecution succeeded in appealing against Lee's four-week jail sentence and the court decided to overturn an earlier sentence of a S$3,000 fine for his drunk driving offence. Lee was sentenced to an additional two weeks in prison, making his total prison term six weeks long.[5] On 21 June, the prosecution dropped the last of five charges against Lee for failing to stop after an accident, letting him off with a stern warning instead.[6] Lee was released on 25 June, after receiving a reduction in his prison sentence due to good behavior.[7]

Due to his conviction, Lee was dropped from playing the lead role in the 2007 Channel 8 television series Metamorphosis. He was replaced by actor Thomas Ong.[8]

On 12 July 2007, the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) completed its review on Lee's case and decided to allow him to retain his Singapore Permanent Resident status. However, Lee will be under close observation and the ICA would revoke its decision if Lee violates the law again.[9] After the conviction, he made his comeback in the 2008 television drama Rhythm of Life.



Year Title Role Network Notes
1995 Love Knows No Bounds Hong Jie Mediacorp Channel 8
  • Television film
1996 Kungfu Master Liu Nianrong
Of Cops and Man Liu Jiashun
Brave New World Jiale
1997 The Choice Partner Zheng Fangsheng
My Wife, Your Wife, Their Wives Mai Jiawei
The Price of Peace
Xie Guomin
The Guest People
Zhang Chongzhi
1998 The Return of the Condor Heroes
Yang Guo
Myths and Legends of Singapore Zhu Heyi / Zhu Gutou
1999 Coup de Scorpio Xie Tingzhang
Riding the Storm Zhong Qingtang Best Actor nomination, Star Awards 1999
2000 Master Swordsman Lu Xiaofeng
Ximen Chuixue regional production
Looking for Stars
Henry Best Actor nomination, Star Awards 2000
2001 Madam White Snake
Xu Xian / Xu Shilin Singapore-Taiwan co-production
Master Swordsman Lu Xiaofeng 2
陆小凤之凤舞九天 2
Ximen Chuixue regional production
The Hotel
2002 Brotherhood
He Ping
  • Singapore-China co-production
Palm of Rulai Lu Xiaoyu
  • regional production
2003 Moon Fairy Houyi
  • regional production
True Heroes
Chen Junhao
Always on My Mind Tang Xinyang
2004 Timeless Gift
Wang Jie
To Mum with Love Yang Yijie
2005 A New Life
Zhang Youfu
Fairy of the Chalice
Cao Jing
  • Singapore-China co-production
The Dragon Heroes
Yan Cheng
  • regional production
You Are the One
2006 The Lucky Stars
Wu Fuqi
  • regional production
Rhapsody in Blue
Lan Ziyuan
Through It All Guo Yihai
The Peak
Fang Hong'an
2007 A Mobile Love Story Lin Lizhong
  • Singapore-China co-production
The Shaolin Warriors
Qi Jiguang
  • Mainland Chinese production
2008 Rhythm of Life
Li Junjie
Ma Tianwu
2009 My Buddy
Zeng Youquan
2010 Breakout
Situ Dongcheng
2011 Secrets for Sale
Zheng Renyi
  • Wawa production
The Oath
Wu Guo'en
  • Wawa production
2012 Show Hand Zhang Qiming
Game Plan
Zeng Haoren
  • Wawa production
2013 A Good Wife Li Shaowen
2014 Against The Tide
Di Shen
The Romance of the Condor Heroes
Huang Yaoshi
  • Mainland Chinese production
Mr. Right Wanted
Lun Zheming
  • Taiwan Gala Television production
2015 Crescendo
Yang Yiwei
2016 Nie Xiaoqian Yan Qi / Yan Chi Xia
2018 Memories of Love Xin Kai Yu


Yang Liwei


Li Ruiming

2019 My Girlfriend is an Alien


Fang Shi Da
  • Mainland Chinese production
  • Cameo
After The Stars


Le Jun 乐军
Dive Ming Ke
2020 Workers Ming Qi 1st male lead

[10] [11]


year Title Role Region of production Film company Notes
2004 The Best Bet Lee Yong Shun Singapore MediaCorp Raintree Pictures
2009 The Wedding Game Jack Fang Singapore
  • Mediacorp Raintree Pictures
  • Double Vision
  • Speedy productions
  • Scorpio East
2010 Kidnapper Ah Huat Singapore Boku Films
2012 Forgotten Luo Pin-Chung Taiwan
Sweetheart Chocolate China
2014 Black and White Episode 2: The Dawn of Justice Taiwan
  • Prajna Works Entertainment Co Ltd
  • China Film Group
Filial Party Peh Ah Beng Singapore
  • Clover Films
  • PTO Movies
  • Picasso productions
When a Peking Family Meets Aupair Reporter China
  • Beijing Da Han World Media
  • China Movie Channel
  • Huaxia Film
  • Soundfirm Australia
Who Is Undercover China
2017 The Fortune Handbook Soh Hock Singapore
  • mm2 Entertainment
  • J Team Productions
All My Goddess Gary Hong Kong
The Long Goodbye Lee Yu Cheng Taiwan Telemovie
Who Killed Cock Robin? Taiwan
  • Good Day Films Company
  • Rise Pictures
  • Vie Vision Pictures
2019 Wet Season Andrew Singapore
  • Giraffe Pictures
  • HOOQ
  • Rediance
  • Singapore Film Commission
Fall in Love at First Kiss Mr Jiang Taiwan
If Thoughts Can Kill



  • Christopher Lee Story (1999)
  • Love, No Boundaries (2002)


Year / collection Title Notes
1997 错爱今生 Theme song from The Choice Partner
1997 和平的代价 Theme song from The Price of Peace
1997 流浪之歌 Theme song from The Guest People
1998 一生太短暂 Insert song from The Return of the Condor Heroes
1999 逃避 Opening theme song from Coup de Scorpio
1999 不告而别 Ending theme song from Coup de Scorpio
2000 Ending theme song from Master Swordsman Lu Xiaofeng
2002 平凡 Theme song from Brotherhood
2002 爱,无国界
2003 英雄好汉 Opening theme song from True Heroes
2003 每一天的思念 Insert song from True Heroes
2003 在你左右 Ending theme song from True Heroes
2004 非一般烦恼 Theme song from To Mum with Love
2005 相信 Theme song from You Are the One
2005 福禄寿 Theme song from My Lucky Stars; performed together with Fann Wong
Chinese New Year songs 万年红 performed together with Fann Wong
Chinese New Year songs 恭喜恭喜07 performed together with Qi Yuwu, Ann Kok and Dawn Yeoh
Chinese New Year songs 事如意08
Others 运气-阳光系列3
Others 谈何容易

Compilation album

Year English title Mandarin title
2007 Mediacorp Lunar New Year Album 07 群星贺岁金猪庆丰圆
2008 Mediacorp Lunar New Year Album Compilation 08 群星贺岁福牛迎瑞年
2012 MediaCorp Music Lunar New Year Album 12 新传媒群星金龙接财神


Asian Television Awards – Acting Awards
Year Award Nominated work Result
2011 Best Actor in a Leading Role Breakout
(as Situ Dongcheng)
2015 Against The Tide
(as Di Shen)
2016 Crescendo
(as Yang Yiwei)
Golden Bell Awards – Acting Awards
Year Award Nominated work Result
2014 Best Leading Actor in a Miniseries or Television Film A Good Wife Won
2017 The Long Goodbye Nominated
Star Awards – Acting / Hosting Awards
Year Award Nominated work Result
1995 Star Search, 1st Male Runner-up N/A Won
1996 Best Newcomer N/A Nominated
1997 Best Actor The Price of Peace
(as Xie Guomin)
1998 The Return of the Condor Heroes
(as Yang Guo)
1999 Riding The Storm
(as Zhong Qingtang)
2000 Coup de Scorpio
(as Xie Tingzhang)
2001 Looking for Stars
(as Henry)
2003 True Heroes
(as Chen Junhao)
2004 Timeless Gift
(as Wang Jie)
2005 A New Life
(as Zhang Youfu)
2009 Best Variety Show Host Life Transformers Nominated
2011 Best Actor Breakout
(as Situ Dongcheng)
2012 The Oath
(as Wu Guo'en)
Best Info-Ed Programme Host The Adventures of Chris Nominated
2013 Best Actor Show Hand
(as Zhang Qiming)
2015 Against The Tide
(as Di Shen)
2016 Crescendo
(as Yang Yiwei)
2019 Doppelganger
(as Yang Liwei)/(Li Ruiming)
Star Awards – Popularity Awards
Year Award Result
1997 Top 10 Most Popular Male Artistes Top 10
1998 Top 10
1999 Top 20
2000 Top 10
2001 Top 20
2002 Top 10
2003 Top 10
2004 Top 10
2005 Top 10
2006 Top 10
2007 Top 10
2009 Top 10
2010 All-Time Favourite Artiste Received
2011 Favourite Onscreen Couple (Drama) with Jeanette Aw Won
Favourite Onscreen Partner (Variety) Won
2012 Favourite Male Character Nominated
Favourite Onscreen Couple (Drama) Nominated
2013 Favourite Male Character Nominated
Favourite Onscreen Couple (Drama) Nominated
2014 Most Popular Regional Artiste (China) Nominated
Most Popular Regional Artiste (Cambodia) Nominated
2015 Most Popular Regional Artiste (China) Won
2016 Favourite Male Character Nominated


  1. ^ "No, I'm not Christopher". AsiaOne. 23 December 2011. Archived from the original on 4 October 2013. Retrieved 19 August 2012.
  2. ^ "Mark Lee and Christopher Lee assume their new heavenly ranks". 25 April 2010. Archived from the original on 6 May 2014. Retrieved 22 August 2012.
  3. ^ Lee, Sze Yong (12 December 2006). "A solemn teary-eyed Lee at Star Awards". The Straits Times. p. 4.
  4. ^ Ansley Ng, "Christopher Lee begins jail term", Today, 29 May 2007
  5. ^ "TV actor Christopher Lee to spend more time in jail". Channel NewsAsia. Retrieved 15 June 2007.
  6. ^ Carolyn Quek, "Last of five charges against actor dropped", The Straits Times, 22 June 2007
  7. ^ "Actor Christopher Lee released from jail". Channel NewsAsia. Retrieved 25 June 2007.
  8. ^ "李铭顺新剧被换角 王沺裁成得益人". Lianhe Zaobao. Archived from the original on 10 February 2013. Retrieved 19 May 2007.
  9. ^ "Actor Christopher Lee to retain permanent resident status". Channel NewsAsia. Retrieved 12 July 2007.
  10. ^ Christopher Lee at
  11. ^ Christopher Lee at

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