From The Straits Times    |



Jeanette Aw needs little introduction here in Singapore, with strings of leading roles in local dramas like The Little Nyonya and The Dream Makers over her 15 year acting career.

In Oct 2017, she left Mediacorp and her artiste management company Hype Records-Artiste Network to seek out new opportunities and chart her own path.

But the 38-year old actress has been plenty busy since then. She has been working on a short film titled The Last Entry, inspired by her godmother’s struggles with Alzheimer’s disease. Her passion for raising awareness of the disease is apparent. “It is terrifying waking up and forgetting who you are,” she shared. “And it is so so tough for the caregivers and loved ones of the sufferer too. I want to spread the message on this disease.”


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Besides that, on Dec 13, 2017 Jeanette was also announced as an ambassador of local aesthetics group ClearSK. The group’s founder and chief medical advisor Dr Shiau Ee Leng told us, “I met Jeanette through a mutual contact and once we started talking, we found that we had the same views on beauty and skincare, so it was only natural that we went into this partnership, with her being the first celebrity face of ClearSK.”

Her World had a private chat with the bubbly celebrity; watch our video as she tells us her beauty secrets, guilty indulgences and also, what she wishes for this Christmas.


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