Naomi works as an actor, host, voice talent, singer, and radio DJ in Singapore. She has become one of the most sought-after talents in the area due to her perseverance and mastery of all mediums. At age 18, she landed a part in Yee Wei Chai’s 2013 musical film That Girl In Pinafore, which gave her a break in the business. Her first single, “,” peaked at the top of the iTunes rankings.

She is well recognised for appearing in various short films produced by Butterworks, including “The Big Day,” “The Songs We Used To Sing,” “Moved On: Those Favourite Moments,” Trevmonki’s Toggle series “My Alien Girlfriend,” as well as a few advertisements and awareness shorts. She co-stars in Toggle’s debut thriller series, The Intruder, with James Kumar, Eugena Bey, Benjamin Kheng, and Edwin Goh. Her next projects include Kelvin Tong’s feature A Year Of No Significance and Royston Tan’s “HIGH,” Singapore’s first interactive film.

The launches and galas for Givenchy, Bobbi Brown, Nars, Swarovski, Style Theory, etc. are among Naomi’s experience presenting events. Her distinctive voice may be heard on a variety of regional and global platforms and broadcasting outlets, including Google, Circles Life, Scoot, Starhub, the Oh!K Korean cable network, and many others.

Naomi used to present the Ad Free 50 programme on Singapore’s top contemporary hit radio station 987FM (weekdays, 2-4pm), but she now hosts the Saturday morning show, which runs from 10am to 2pm.




Height: 161cm

Race: Chinese

Language Proficiency: English, Mandarin