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Glen Goei

Glen Goei was born in Singapore. He is an actor and director, known for That's the Way I Like It (1998), The Blue Mansion (2009) and Un matin partout dans le monde (2000). See full bio »

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Known For

That's the Way I Like It
(1998)
The Blue Mansion
The Blue Mansion Director
(2009)
Peggy Su!
Peggy Su! David
(1997)

Filmography

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 2011 I Have Loved
Harold
 1997 Holding On (TV Mini-Series)
Computer Executive
- Episode #1.2 (1997) ... Computer Executive
 1997 Peggy Su!
David
 1997 Ruth Rendell Mysteries (TV Series)
Francis
- Thornapple (1997) ... Francis
 1996 Cracker (TV Series)
Dr. Frank Sunny
- White Ghost (1996) ... Dr. Frank Sunny
 1992 Lovejoy (TV Series)
Translator
- Eric of Arabia (1992) ... Translator
 1991 No Job for a Lady (TV Series)
Cheng
- Undesirable Aliens (1991) ... Cheng
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 2015 Fundamentally Happy (associate producer)
 2009 The Blue Mansion (producer)
 1998 That's the Way I Like It (producer)
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 1998 That's the Way I Like It (written by)
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He began his professional theater career starring opposite Sir Anthony Hopkins in the Tony award-winning play M. Butterfly, which ran for a year in London's West End. See more »

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