Jacqueline Chow

Jacqueline-Chow
Height
165cm
Race
Chinese
Country of Residence
Singapore
Language Proficiency
English, Mandarin
Skills
Acting, Swimming, Ice Skate, Dance, Netball, Tennis, Hockey, Touch Rugby, Driving, Jewellery Makin

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A “Jacq of all trades”, Jacqueline Chow is a host, presenter, actress, facilitator, moderator, business role-player, teacher and most importantly, a mum.

Graduated with a Masters degree from NUS Business School, Jacqueline puts her business education on MeetTheBoss.TV, interviewing influential and innovative leaders like Tun Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad, Former Prime Minister of Malaysia, and Mr Clement Kwok King Man, CEO of Hong Kong & Shanghai Hotels Ltd.

Effectively bilingual, Jacqueline is a consummate host for all occasions. She has hosted conferences like International Risk Assessment and Horizon Scanning Symposium, Singapore International Water Week, Abbott Kick-off Meeting (Seoul), HP Channel Odyssey (Beijing, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Dehli); formal gala dinners like ICON Ball and Her World Woman of the Year Award; product launches for lifestyle and beauty brands; and New Year Eve’s countdown parties for Resorts World Sentosa and Universal Studios Singapore. Television presenting credits include Heritage Hunters (Ch8) and OhBehave! (Toggle).

In addition to hosting, she has moderated panel discussions for parenting related seminars, Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry and NATAS Travel Conference.

Drawing from her business background, Jacqueline lends her expertise, both as a business role-play actor and facilitator, to corporate training programs for MNCs and government bodies including British High Commission Regional Training Centre, Barclays, HSBC, Citigroup, Rolls Royce and AT Kearney. Her corporate roleplay varies from facilitation of small groups in effective negotiation to being a roleplay actor in training programs for interviewing skills, diversity inclusion, difficult manager to an underperforming employee and/or a high worth client.

Believing in education and sharing knowledge, she teaches an emcee course at the Singapore Management University.
Her film credits include 老牛与嫩草, Dirty Laundry and Stamford Hall. She has also starred in the independent films, Sweet Sally Smile, Bob, and September. Notable appearances on TV include The Secrets of the Forbidden City, A BBC & History Channel documentary project by Lion Television UK filmed in Hengdian Studios China. Mandarin television credits include Rescue 995, The Champions and Switched.

Equally comfortable on stage, theatre projects include 24 Pieties and 10 Brothers with Toy Factory, If There’re Seasons《天冷就回来》, The Soldier and His Virtuous Wife《都是当兵惹的祸》 and Liao Zhai Rocks《聊斋》 with the Theatre Practice.

Jacqueline is mum to a fiercely independent girl whose cheekiness never fails to amuse and a boy whose powerful kicks befit his birth zodic of ‘horse’, and wife to a wonderful husband who constantly tickles her funny bone. Not forgetting the dog who is technically the first born. Step into her world as she shares about everything mummy and more at jacqinthebox.sg.

Jacqueline is proudly represented by FLY Entertainment.