For the past 20 years, Crispian has worked in theatre, television, and film in Australia and Singapore.

His Australian theatre credits include Barking Gecko Theatre Company’s Sarena’s Song, Hidden Dragons, and The African Magician; and Black Swan State Theatre Company’s A Man with Five Children, which earned him a ‘Best Newcomer’ award and a ‘Best Supporting Actor’ nomination in the 2004 West Australian Actor’s Equity Awards. He graduated from Curtin University with a BA of English in Theatre & Film in 2002. The following year, he received a “Best Actor” nomination at the same ceremony for his work in at The Blue Room.

Crispian relocated to Singapore in 2005 to enrol in the BA(Hons) Acting degree at LASALLE College of the Arts with the program’s inaugural cohort. Soon after, he made his television debut on Singaporean television in Saw Teong Hin’s and Tan Kheng Hua’s groundbreaking improvised drama 9 Lives for Art Central.

Other Singapore TV credits include appearances in the OKTO telemovie Christina and the Runaways as well as 80s Rewind, Life Story 2, My Classmate Dad, Koji Cooks, Shy Guys, and Code of Law. His international TV credits include HBO Asia’s SENT, Marco Polo (Netflix), and The Philanthropist (NBC/Carnival Films).

Recent movie credits for Crispian include Boo Junfeng’s Apprentice, which had its world premiere in the Un Certain Regard section of the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, and Kelvin Tong’s The Offering.

Among the plays performed in Singapore are The Importance of Being Earnest (Wild Rice), The King Lear Project (Singapore Arts Festival/Kunstenfestivaldesarts), Equus (Toy Factory), Swimming with Sharks (Pangdemonium), Lord of the Flies (Sightlines Productions / Blank Space Theatre), Paradise (Teater Ekamatra), The Lady Of Soul And Her Ultimate ‘S’ Machine (Esplanade), Dark

Among Crispian’s most recent endeavours are the motion picture Zombiepura and the television adaptation of Michael Chiang’s drama Mixed Signals.




Height: 172cm

Race: Chinese

Language Proficiency: English, Cantonese