Zhang Zhen Huan

Zhang Zhen Huan

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Megan Foo
Listing created by Megan Foo on January 31, 2014    

He was the first runner up of Channel U programme “U Are The One”, Zhen Huan’s boyish good looks caught the attention of both viewers and judges during the competition. Soon after the competition, Zhen Huan was offered a contract with MediaCorp and embarked on his career as an artiste.

Zhen Huan started hosting his first TV variety “Go Green” where they look into environmental issues. Following his hosting debut, he was cast in a prime-time drama “The Dream Catcher”. 
His hard work has indeed paid off as he was cast in two mega productions in 2009, “The Ultimatum” and “Together”. His impressive portrayal of the nerdy meekly lad-turned-status conscious megalomaniac “Yao Wu Ji” in “Together” even earned him a nomination in the Best Supporting Actor category at both Star Awards and Asian Television Awards in 2010.

In 2011, Zhen Huan made his movie debut in “It’s A Great Great World”, a film directed by Kelvin Tong and features a bevy of MediaCorp artistes. In 2012, Zhen Huan also took on his first leading role in the light-hearted Channel U youth drama “Jump!”, where he plays a smooth-talking, wacky teacher, and “Break Free”, a story about four men who share a brotherly bond to rebuild their lives after being released from prison.

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Huge transformation when he acts

Personally, I really love his acting skills. Not only is her versatile in the way he acts, he usually gives a photogenic and really charming smile that possibly makes other audiences fan girl over his really enticing smile.

However, when push comes to shove, it seems that he really puts his heart and soul into the character that he is acting as. I remember him as Wu Ji in one of the Singaporean Series. With the geeky spectacles that he had put on made him so much more charming and also different - different from the confident and charming self he normally is into someone that is meek, shy, and socially awkward.

If I ever do meet him someday, I think I might be the one turning into Wu Ji and become socially awkward when I'm with him.

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