| Filipino Chinese|
| January 17, 1993 (age 22) (1993-01-17) Manila, Philippines|
Tween Academy: Class of 2, My Kontrabida Girl, Just One Summer
Joyce Ching, Derrick Monasterio, Teejay Marquez, Steven Silva, Mac Alejandre
Ken Chan (Filipino actor) Wikipedia
Ken Steven Chan (born January 17, 1993 in Shanghai, China) is a Filipino-Chinese actor, model and host. He is part of Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman together with Jake Vargas, Hiro Peralta (Yusei Fudo & K'), Jak Roberto (Jack Atlas), Prince Villanueva (Leo), and Crow Hogan to himself. He rose to fame and is known for his role as Joey Vergara, Jr. and Destiny Rose Flores in the award-winning TV-series Destiny Rose. In 2017, he again experienced a peak in his career as he starred in Meant To Be along with his pair Barbie Forteza, together with Jak Roberto, Ivan Dorschner, and Addy Raj.
Ken Chan was taking up tourism at De La Salle–College of Saint Benilde when he joined show business in the first quarter of 2011. Chan's former manager (Rams David) discovered him. Prior to joining show business, Ken already did some television commercials and appeared in a youth magazine. He also took the Hotel and Restaurant Management course as he explicitly admit in Sarap Diva when he guested. He also mostly got his villain roles.
Chan is a host of the late night show, Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman with Jake Vargas, Sanya Lopez, and Teejay Marquez. He already appeared in several shows of GMA Network in a span of one year. Chan appeared as part of the love triangle between Barbie Forteza and Joshua Dionisio's tandem in Tween Hearts. Chan also portrayed a villain in Time Of My Life as part of LJ Reyes group. Ken continues to share his talent in acting. He is partnered with Yassi Pressman and sometimes, to Joyce Ching. Chan has physical resemblance to his GMA namesake contract artist Steven Silva, who also has Chinese blood. In 2015, Chan auditioned for the lead role in Destiny Rose where he gained fame for playing the transwoman novelist.Ken Chan - Self Titled (released under PolyEast Records; featured 12 tracks: Dahil Ikaw, Born For You, Paikot-Ikot, Nais Kong Malaman Mo and Sumayaw Sumunod. Instrumental / Minus One / Backing Track / Karaoke Track Also Included in his album.)