Shane Pow Xun Ping
4 October 1990 (age 33) Singapore (
Star Awards for Best Newcomer
It Takes Two, Poetic Justice, Yours Fatefully
Shane pow talks about served h o t
Shane Pow (simplified Chinese: 包勋评; traditional Chinese: 包勛評; pinyin: Bāo Xūnpíng, born 4 Oct 1990) is a Singaporean actor managed by BEAM Artistes. Pow has an official fan club called Shanetics and is one of the 7 Dukes of Mediacorp.
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What s in the bag w shane pow 2015 star awards
Shane was talent scouted by a modelling agency, he began doing photography shoots such as the “Get Your Sexy Back” Campaign to encourage responsible drinking. In 2011, Shane steered towards his dream and signed for Manhunt Singapore 2011 contest. After ManHunt, Shane secured roles in numerous local dramas. His hard work paid off when he was offered to sign with MediaCorp as an artiste. His breakthrough role came in 2012 as B Niu (B牛) in the local drama It Takes Two. He was also nominated for the Best Newcomer in the Star Awards 2013. He slowly rose to fame and obtained more significant roles in dramas such as Love At Risk, Served Hot and The Recruit diaries. In 2014, Shane ventured into hosting, where he hosted Cheap and Good and also Style Check-in 4.
Shane has an elder sister. He was educated at Woodlands Ring Secondary School and Ngee Ann Polytechnic. Shane is an avid sportsman and has represented the Singapore National Youth Basketball team in international competitions before an unexpected injury forced him to stop competing competitively. He was also a part-time presenter for SPH Razortv’s sports segment “Livewire”. Livewire covers all sporting events relating to tertiary institutions such as cheerleading, volleyball and dragonboating. Apart from conducting interviews with sporting participants, he was also given the opportunity to participate in the various sports with teams from various tertiary institutions.
In September 2016, Pow, appeared on television in blackface after a casting director fails to find a person of African descent for a role in the drama series I Want To Be A Star. Pow's father in the series, played by veteran actor Chew Chor Meng, had said Indians and Africans are "all the same". In the following month, the episode was pulled from Mediacorp's online streaming service Toggle following a public outcry on social media for being racist.