Xu Bin 徐彬
|DOB:||19 February||Language:||English, Chinese|
Talents: Acting, Singing, Hosting, Playing Guitar, Martial Arts, Dancing
Xu Bin made his acting debut in 2012, taking on a lead role in the Singapore movie titled Timeless Love, produced by NoonTalk Media and co-directed by veteran director Lim Khoong Hwee and show host Dasmond Koh.
In 2013, Xu Bin was cast in his first television drama Don’t Stop Believin, which propelled him to stardom. He has since been cast in more than 20 television dramas and Toggle Originals series taking on lead as well as supporting roles. Some of his more memorable works include Poetic Justice(2012), It Takes Two(2012), The Recruit Diaries(2013), Gonna Make It(2013), Spice Up(2014), World At Your Feet (2014), Yes We Can(2014), Against The Tide(2014), 118 and 118 ll(2014, 2017), You Can Be An Angel Too(2015), Crescendo(2015), The Queen(2016), You Can Be An Angel 2(2016), Doppelganger (2018), Dream Walkers(2018) and Magic Chef(2018).
Known for his hard-working attitude, Xu Bin has consistently been nominated for Top 10 Most Popular Male Artiste, Favourite Male Character and Best Supporting Actor for the prestigious Star Awards. Most recently, he was nominated for Star Awards 2019 Best Supporting Actor for his role in Doppelganger.
Effectively bilingual with a clean-cut image, Xu Bin is well-sought after as a product endorser. An avid guitarist and scuba diver, he is also trained in martial arts and singing.
|2019||25th MediaCorp Star Awards Best Supporting Actor (Nominee)|
|2017||23rd MediaCorp Star Awards Top 10 Male Artistes (Nominated)|
|2016||22nd MediaCorp Star Awards Top 10 Male Artistes|
|2016||22nd MediaCorp Star Awards Favourite Male Character|
|2016||Frame Awards Best Actor in a Leading Role (Nominated)|
|2015||21st MediaCorp Star Awards Top 10 Male Artistes|
|2015||21st MediaCorp Star Awards – Toggle Outstanding Duke|
|2015||21st MediaCorp Star Awards Favourite Male Character (Nominated)|
|2014||20th MediaCorp Star Awards Top 10 Most Popular Male Artiste|
|2014||20th MediaCorp Star Awards Favourite Male Character (Nominated)|
|2014||20th MediaCorp Star Awards London Choco Roll – Happiness Award|
|2014||The New Paper – Duke of the Duke|
|2013||19th MediaCorp Star Awards Favourite Male Character|