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Cheryl Chin
Born Cheryl Chin
November 11, 1979 (1979-11-11) (age 30)
United States U.S.

Cheryl Chin (born November 11, 1979) is an American television and film actress. She was formerly known as a Singapore television actress and fashion model who competed in and won the Star Search Singapore finals in 2003. She also received the best actress award.[1]

She has appeared mostly on Singapore's television drama and comedy series and is best known for her role as Lina Zhang in the television series, The Best Bet, shown in February 2005.


Cheryl Chin was born and raised in Singapore until the age of 13 when her family migrated to the USA. At 21 years of age in 2001, she returned to Singapore to pursue a career in acting.

In 2003, she signed up as a contestant on Star Search Singapore and won the female champion title as well as the best acting potential title. Having won Star Search Singapore, along with Felicia Chin, Li Qiyang, and Zhang Shiyu she was offered an artiste contract with Mediacorp, Singapore's national television studios. Under Mediacorp's management, she received her first dramatic role in An Ode To Life as Weng Xiaoyun, a muddle-headed nurse who unexpectedly falls into a love triangle. An Ode To Life was shown in 2004 on Mediacorp Television and later won the best dramatic television series award.

She went on to star in the 13 episode comedy series The Cheer Team, broadcast in 2004, as Miss Bai, a cheerleading teacher who was most inappropriate for the job. While shooting The Cheer Team, she was offered a role in The Best Bet, a 14 episode Singaporean television series, as Lina Zhang, the love interest of both Christopher Lee's and Mark Lee's characters.

As her contract with Mediacorp came to an end in 2004, she completed filming of The Best Bet and returned to America. During her four years in Singapore, Cheryl had appeared in four films, six television series, four variety shows, and was named one of FHM's 100 Sexiest Woman in the World in 2003 (#93) and 2004 (#94). She reportedly left Singapore because she missed her family.

Year Project Role Other notes
2009 Machete (film) [1] (Action film) Torrez Henchwoman Principle
2009 Mongolian Deathworm (Sci Fi TV Movie) Thuan Principle
2008 The 2 Bobs [2] (Comedy Film) Boneshredder Principle
2005 The Best Bet [3] (Drama TV Series) Lina Zhang Principle
2004 The Cheer Team (Comedy TV Series) Miss Bai Principle
2004 An Ode to Life [4](Drama TV Series) Weng Xiaoyun Principle
2004 World of Wonders (Educational TV Series) Multiple Roles Guest Star
2004 Let's Party with Food (Gameshow TV Series) Host
2003 The Last Wedding (Independent Short Film) Weng Xiaoyun Principle
2003 The Outsiders (Independent Short Film) Samantha Teo Principle
2003 Star Search Singapore Grand Finals (Talent Competition) Finalist Singapore Finalist
2003 Star Search Singapore Finals (Talent Competition) Finalist Singapore Female Champion
2003 Blueprint - Scars (TV Series) Best Friend Principle
2003 Under One Roof (Comedy TV Series) Wendy Guest Star
2003 Blueprint-Scars (Drama TV Anthology) Hui Principle
2002 School Days (Comedy TV Series) Angel Tan Guest Star


  • Female Champion of Star Search Singapore Finals 2003
  • Ranked #93 on FHM Singapore's 100 Sexiest Woman of the World 2003 [2]
  • Ranked #90 in FHM Singapore's 100 Sexiest Woman of the World 2004 [3]


  1. ^ [MediaCorp Studios. "Star Search 2003: The Final 12 Star Search 2003, June 9, 2003. Accessed March 20, 2007.
  2. ^ Zaobao. "《男人帮》选性感U频道9美女上榜", May 28, 2003. Accessed March 21, 2007.
  3. ^ Fortune City. "Cheryl Chin in FHM World Ranking", March 21, 2007. Accessed March 21, 2007.

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