Who is Shane Pow?
Pow Xun Ping, well known as Shane Pow, is a well-known actor and television personality from Singapore who was born on October 4th, 1990.
He is one of the eight celebrities that have been given the moniker Dukes of Caldecott Hill by the media because of their notoriety and illustrious standing among their contemporaries and the general public.
Shane Pow began acting in 2012 and has since acted in a number of well-known dramas and films in Singapore. He has received various honors for his performances in film and television, but is perhaps best recognized for his part as B-Niu in the popular Channel 8 drama It Takes Two.
What do you know about Shane Pow? Well, JustforAfrica uncovers every detail!
Early Life & Education
Pow Xun Ping, also known as Shane Pow, was born in Singapore on October 4th, 1990. He has an elder sister and a younger brother. He was educated at Woodlands Ring Secondary School and Ngee Ann Polytechnic.
Although he was born and raised in Singapore, he is of Chinese origin. His father’s identity is relatively unknown, but Shane Pow shared some pictures of his father on Instagram.
Shane Pow is an avid sportsman and represented the Singapore National Youth Basketball team in international competitions before an unexpected injury forced him to stop competing.
Shane Pow and Kimberly Wang met in 2016 and have been in a romantic relationship since then. They are both successful young professionals who have their careers and life goals.
However, despite their busy schedules, they have maintained a happy and healthy relationship. Shane Pow is an actor and model, while Kimberly Wang is a DJ.
Shane Pow worked as a part-time sports presenter for SPH RazorTV’s Livewire program when he was 19 years old. A modeling agency discovered his skills, and he started participating in photo sessions like the Get Your Sexy Back Campaign to promote moderation in drinking.
2011 saw Shane Pow sign up for the Manhunt Singapore tournament. He was managed by Beam Artistes, who were also the producers of the Manhunt Singapore 2011. After ManHunt, he landed cameo roles in several local series. After completing his National Service requirements in 2012, he signed a contract with MediaCorp to work as an illustrator. His breakout performance was in the local drama, It Takes Two, which premiered in 2012.
Shane Pow made his hosting debut in 2014, hosting Cheap and Good and Style Check-in 4. Additionally, he appeared in the films Serve H.O.T., Against the Tide, and Three Wishes, which won the Top 10 Most Popular Male Artistes category at the Star Awards in 2015, 2016, and 2017.
He shot Family On the Edge and The Journey: Our Homeland in 2015. He has appeared in House of Fortune, Beyond Words, Peace & Prosperity, and two YouTube original series, Soul Reaper and I Want to Be a Star, all of which were released in 2016.
He acted in the 2017 movie When Duty Calls, which earned him a nomination for Best Supporting Actor at the 2018 Star Awards. Shane Pow‘s contract with Beam Artistes ended when he signed a management agreement with Mediacorp on December 12th, 2017.
|Full Name:||Pow Xun Ping|
|Stage Name:||Shane Pow|
|Born:||4 October 1990 (age 32 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||Singapore|
|Wife • Spouse:||Kimberly Wang|
|Girlfriend • Partner:||Kimberly Wang|
|Occupation:||Actor • TV Personality|
|Net Worth:||$5 million|
Shane Pow has an estimated net worth of $5 million. He is one of the most sought-after actors in Singapore and has starred in numerous hit dramas such as It Take Two, The Journey: Our Homeland, I Want to Be a Star, and Against The Tide, among others.
- Instagram handle: @Shanepowxp
- Twitter handle: @Shanepowxp
- In The Wind
- Dance With Me
- My Star Bride
- Super Dad
- 14 Days
- All Around You
- Jalan Jalan
- The Distance Between
- Mind Matters
- Die Die Also Must Serve
- When Duty Calls
- Soul Reaper
- Crescendo The Musical
- Peace & Prosperity
- I Want To Be A Star
- Beyond Words