Beckham , Kynaston
Huang Shinan (m. 1996)
Phua Leng Leng
Dance Dance Dragon
25 June 1970 (age 45)
Huang Shinan, Marcus Chin, Kelvin Tong, Kat Goh
Phua Leng Leng (born 25 June 1970), better known as Pan Lingling, is a Singaporean actress best known for acting in television dramas produced by MediaCorp Channel 8 and starring in the 1993 movie, "Crime Story", with Jackie Chan.
Pan entered the entertainment industry in 1988 after graduating from the Singapore Broadcasting Corporation's 8th Drama Artiste Training Course. Her classmates in the training course include award-winning actress Huang Biren, Madeline Chu and Sean Say. She made her TV debut with the series, Mystery, Golden Quest, Ups and Downs. She also starred in Strange Encounters II in the same year.
Pan has acted in numerous television series produced by MediaCorp Channel 8 and its predecessors. She also played a supporting role as a psychologist in Jackie Chan's Crime Story. After some twenty years in the entertainment industry, she won her first accolade at the Star Awards 2011, the Best Supporting Actress award for her role in Breakout.
Pan is married to former MediaCorp actor Huang Shinan. They have two sons, Beckham (born 1999) and Kynaston (born 2002).
Pan was diagnosed with Stage 1 breast cancer in March 2013. She kept her illness from the media initially, revealing only that a cyst was removed from her breast. She approached the magazine 8 Days in May that year for an interview on her illness, but withdrew. Her cancer story was revealed only nearly a year later in the 1,222th issue of 8 Days in late March 2014. Pan is now cancer free.
Pan Lingling Wikipedia