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Luke Lee is a Actor born on 16 december 1991

Luke Lee

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Birth name Luke Lee Wen Loong
Birth 16 december 1991 (32 years)

Luke Lee Wen Loong (born December 16, 1991) is a Singaporean actor, best known for portraying characters in both film and television. His best known role was Sergeant Heng in Jack Neo's army movies Ah Boys to Men and Ah Boys to Men 2. Notable roles include appearing in MediaCorp Channel 5's Point of Entry (TV series), HBO (Asia) & Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Serangoon Road (TV series) as well as BBC's Insatiable Teens.

Biography

Lee attended National Junior College. He was conscripted into compulsory National Service in Singapore.

Usually with

Chen Tian Wen
Chen Tian Wen
(2 films)
Wilson Ng
Wilson Ng
(2 films)
Wu Jing
Wu Jing
(1 films)
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Filmography of Luke Lee (3 films)

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Ah Boys To Men 2, 1h53
Origin Singapore
Genres Drama, War, Comedy
Actors Luke Lee, Chen Tian Wen, Wilson Ng
Roles 3SG Jed Heng
Rating62% 3.101273.101273.101273.101273.10127
Ken is quick to adopt a change in personality by becoming an "on-the-ball" recruit, even more so than "Wayang King" Aloysius. Differing viewpoints sour the friendship between Ken and Lobang. Meanwhile, Ken's father has become partially paralyzed because of his stroke but is determined to make a recovery. After booking out, Aloysius seeks advice from his parents as he feels excluded from the group; his father (Chen Tianwen) tells him the best solution is not to do anything. Back at Tekong, Recruit IP Man learns about "Real Bullet" Zhen Zidan (Benjamin Mok), an "Ah Beng" who stole his girlfriend Mayoki (Sherraine Low). IP Man hits back by criticizing Mayoki for her inferior qualities. "Real Bullet" in turn uploads a video of him and Mayoki engaging in an initimate act. Crestfallen, IP Man seeks help from his bunk mates; Lobang plots a scheme to ambush "Real Bullet" and Mayoki at a car-park by throwing heaps of human excretion mixed with chilli and wasabi at them while they are in the car. However, a gang soon chases after them after "Real Bullet" calls for back-up, but at last the recruits manage to shake the gang off; they celebrate at a restaurant at White Sands later that evening. However, at the restaurant, they are ambushed by more gang members, who have managed to track them down. Ken runs back to save his mates, per the principle "Leave no man behind", unlike Aloyisus, who is quick to flee. Because Ken saved his life, Lobang vows to stop smoking in return.
Ah Boys To Men, 1h48
Genres Comedy
Actors Wilson Ng, Luke Lee, Chen Tian Wen
Roles 3SG Jed Heng
Rating60% 3.049673.049673.049673.049673.04967
The film opens with the Republic of Singapore apparently being under an immense invasion from a fictional army, with iconic Singaporean landmarks (such as the Merlion and the Esplanade) coming under fire and many civilians killed brutally. It is later revealed that the war was fictitious setting of a war-based role-playing game played by Ken Chow (Joshua Tan), a rich and spoiled child reluctant to enlist into National Service. Ken plans to study abroad with his girlfriend Amy (Qiu Qiu), but his plans are derailed by NS. After being chided by Amy for his childishness, Ken takes it out on a nearby rubbish bin, to be apprehended by two policemen in the vicinity. A disappointed and embarrassed Amy looked very sad and angry.
The Chrysalis, 1h38
Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror, Romance
Actors Luke Lee, Wu Jing
Roles Mao
Rating55% 2.774132.774132.774132.774132.77413