Patricia has always wanted to work in the entertainment industry and is one of the few female comedians in the local entertainment scene. As long as she has the opportunity to perform on stage, she will offer her services for school productions.

This model-turned-comedian was discovered as a talent in 1996 by renowned local filmmaker Jack Neo. She rose to fame on Comedy Nite for her portrayals of loudmouthed shrews and rude “Ah Lians.”

After winning Best Supporting Actor at the Star Awards in 2003 for her role as a dowdy and timid wife in the well-received long-form drama Holland V, Patricia has since made a name for herself as a capable host and varied actress. For her performance as Madam Tan in My Sassy Neighbour, she was also nominated in the category of Best Comedy Performer at the Asian Television Awards in 2006. In addition, she received a nomination for Best Drama Performance by an Actress at the 2008 Asian Television Awards for her performance in Just in Singapore as a very sluggish woman.

Patricia, a multilingual performer, portrayed the title character in the English comedy My Sassy Neighbor, a well-liked sitcom that later returned for a third season. Unbeknownst to the audience, this vivacious artist puts a lot of effort into her work and does not take her success for granted. She has participated in a small number of malay television programmes that broadcast on Suria channel, including Kiut Miut, Ketawa Jer, and Sekuriti. Always ready for a challenge, she never let the language of the television series stop her. Patricia’s most recent challenge was voice acting in the adult cartoon series DOWNSTAIRS, which centres on a group of eccentric and colourful Kopitiam stall owners who operate on the ground level of an unidentified HDB flat in an undisclosed HDB neighbourhood.

Patricia has performed in numerous well-received stage productions and movies in addition to her work on television, such as Jack Neo’s hit film I Not Stupid and I Not Stupid Too. Republic of Food, her most recent film, is a comedic film about Singaporeans and their cuisine. Patricia starred opposite colleagues Adrian Pang and Yeo Yann Yann in the Singaporean director Kelvin Tong’s film, which centres on a couple adjusting to life in a dystopian society where everyone’s favourite foods have been outlawed due to a food-borne sickness.

It is understandable given the popularity of social media that Patricia’s Wonton Mee costume for a friend’s party garnered a lot of media attention. This later resulted in numerous requests for Pat to dress up for her hosting engagements. Pat was spotted hosting the 2019 Hawker Culture by Maybank event while wearing a Nasi Lemak costume, and she also created a vineyard for the Wine & Spirits Campaign of DFS

Patricia is a popular choice for live stream activations and engagements thanks to her distinct charm and wit; the evidence is in the fact that she collaborated with Lazada for three seasons in a row for their game show Guess It! over the course of a year.

With Patricia, there is never a dull moment—she is a lady full of surprises!




Height: 165cm

Race: Singapore

Language Proficiency: English, Mandarin