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Patrick Teoh is a Actor Malaisien born on 16 october 1947 at Ipoh (Malaisie)

Patrick Teoh

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Birth name Teoh Kah Yong()
Nationality Malaisie
Birth 16 october 1947 (76 years) at Ipoh (Malaisie)

Patrick Teoh (born 16 October 1947) is an actor and radio personality in Malaysia. A career in radio, TV, stage and movies spanning more than three decades has earned Patrick the nickname of "Voice of Malaysia", bestowed by his fans and the Malaysian mass media.

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Filmography of Patrick Teoh (9 films)

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Mountain of Gold
Directed by U-Wei Haji Saari
Genres Drama, Romance
Actors Peter O'Brien, Diana Danielle, Patrick Teoh, Chris Haywood
Roles Jim Eng
Rating72% 3.632583.632583.632583.632583.63258
Almayer is a lone Dutch trader grubbing to survive in colonial Malaysia. He sends his 10-year-old daughter Nina to Singapore to be educated as a Westerner, much to the distress of her mother, Mem, a local woman of Betawi origin. The couple stop speaking to each other as a result.
Nasi Lemak 2.0, 1h48
Genres Comedy, Fantasy, Adventure
Actors Adibah Noor binti Mohamed Omar, Afdlin Shauki Bin Aksan, Patrick Teoh, Nur Fathia
Roles Judge
Rating61% 3.0522853.0522853.0522853.0522853.052285
A young chef, Huang Da Xia (Wee Meng Chee) struggles to get his restaurant business going. His restaurant is unpopular because he cannot adapt to the "localized" cooking his patrons are looking for. However, contradicting his unpopular cuisine, he is also well known as "Hero Huang" in the local neighborhood, because he carries out good deeds in helping the community, including filming videos and putting them on his YouTube account. One day, he meets Xiao K (Karen Kong), who asks for his help. Xiao K's father, owner of a famous Chinese restaurant, is fighting with her aunt for the ownership of the restaurant. After some complicated discussions, they decided to hold a contest to see who can cook the best Chinese dish. Desperate to get his life and the restaurant business back on track, Chef Huang decided to help Xiao K. Huang seeks help from a mysterious hawker stall lady (Adibah Noor), who summons him to embark on an extraordinary journey of his life. During this self-enlightening experience, he will also meet many "local heroes", each lending their support to help him rediscover his roots and the real hidden message of "Nasi Lemak".
The Blue Mansion, 1h40
Directed by Glen Goei
Origin Singapore
Actors Tan Kheng Hua, Chacko Vadaketh, Patrick Teoh
Rating69% 3.486843.486843.486843.486843.48684
The Blue Mansion is a quirky murder mystery about a wealthy Asian tycoon who dies suddenly under mysterious circumstances and returns as a ghost to try to uncover the secret of his death. Two eager detectives investigate the death, chasing all leads and suspects, including the dead man's three children. The ghost witnesses his own funeral wake, attended by jealous relatives and business competitors as well as the police investigation that unveils hidden family secrets.
Four Dragons
Genres Martial arts, Action, Adventure, Martial arts
Themes Sports films, Martial arts films
Actors Mark Cheng, Shawn Lee, Patrick Teoh
Rating36% 1.816961.816961.816961.816961.81696
The film is set in the Kinta Valley in the 1880s, when tin ore was discovered in the area and Chinese immigrants flooded the valley in the hope of making their fortune.
Sumolah
Sumolah (2007)

Directed by Afdlin Shauki Bin Aksan
Genres Comedy, Action
Actors Afdlin Shauki Bin Aksan, Intira Jaroenpura, Gurmit Singh, Awie, Patrick Teoh, Natasha Hudson
Roles Mr Honda
Rating73% 3.688863.688863.688863.688863.68886
Ramlee (Afdlin Shauki) is a down and out Malay boy who cannot seem to hold down a job, much to his mother’s (Kartina Aziz) disappointment. Out of a job and out of money, he stumbles across a challenge by sushi restaurant owner Honda (Patrick Teoh) to “eat all you can for free food – within a time limit”. Hungry and desperate, Ramlee attempts the challenge, and fails. In compensation, Honda (Patrick Teoh) lets Ramlee take a job at the restaurant to pay off his due.
The Red Kebaya, 1h40
Genres Drama
Actors Vanidah Imran, Patrick Teoh
Roles Loong
Rating68% 3.4351453.4351453.4351453.4351453.435145
Latiff (Ramli Hassan) a famous but lonely photographer was orphaned as a small child. He sets out on an expedition to photograph abandoned houses around Malaysia. On his journey he is haunted by images and sounds that remind him of his traumatic childhood. At one particular house on the island of Penang, Latiff is magically transported back over 50 years to witness the shocking events that occurred there. Through his experience, Latiff comes to understand the significance of the Red Kebaya, a traditional Malay outfit, and the tragic circumstances that led to him being orphaned.
The Big Durian
Directed by Amir Muhammad
Genres Drama, Documentary
Themes Political films
Actors Amir Muhammad, Patrick Teoh
Rating73% 3.6796053.6796053.6796053.6796053.679605
On the night of 18 October 1987, a soldier, Prebet Adam ran amok with an M16 in the area of Chow Kit, Kuala Lumpur. Due to the thorny circumstances of the time and place, his amok triggered a citywide panic and rumours of racial riots.
Anna and the King, 2h28
Directed by Andy Tennant
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Historical, Romance
Themes Politique, Political films, Children's films, Films about language and translation, Films about royalty
Actors Jodie Foster, Chow Yun-fat, Bai Ling, Tom Felton, Randall Duk Kim, Geoffrey Palmer
Roles Third Judge
Rating67% 3.350763.350763.350763.350763.35076
Anna Leonowens (Jodie Foster) is a British widow who has come to Siam with her son Louis (Tom Felton) to teach English to the dozens of children of King Mongkut (Chow Yun-fat). She is a strong-willed, intelligent woman, and this pleases the King, who wants to modernize his country to keep it safe from the threat of colonialism, while protecting many of the ancient traditions that give Siam its unique identity. The King and Anna discuss the differences between Eastern and Western love, and the King dismisses the notion that a man can be happy with only one wife. In order to win the favors of Britain, the King orders a sumptuous reception and delegates Anna to organize it. During the reception, the King verbally spars graciously and wittily with Sir Mycroft Kincaid (Bill Stewart), of the East India Company, who accuses Siam of being a superstitious nation. At the end of the reception, the King dances with Anna.
Return to Paradise, 1h51
Directed by Joseph Ruben
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Romance
Actors Vince Vaughn, Anne Heche, Joaquin Phoenix, David Conrad, Vera Farmiga, Joel de la Fuente
Roles Chief Justice
Rating68% 3.4453853.4453853.4453853.4453853.445385
Three friends, Lewis McBride (Joaquin Phoenix), Sheriff (Vince Vaughn) and Tony (David Conrad), are seen having a fun vacation in a Malaysian paradise. Their adventures include being almost run over by a car while riding a bicycle, and being pressured into buying some rhinoceros horn from Malaysian locals. The three men wind up at their beach front house on the ocean pondering their future in the island paradise.