Nick Teo Biography: Age, Education, Career

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Teo Chee Cheng (born June 28, 1991) better known as Nick Teo is a creative actor working with MediaCorp in Singapore.

He rose to fame after appearing in the long-running MediaCorp series titled Ah Boys to Men. For his role in the series, he was nominated for the best newcomer award in 2015.

Real Facts About Nick Toe

  • Full Name: Teo Chee Cheng
  • Stage Name: Nick Teo
  • Born: 28 June 1989
  • Age: 33 years old (2022)
  • Place of Birth: Singapore
  • Nationality: Singaporean
  • Occupation: Actor • TV Personality
  • Net Worth: N/A


Early Life & Education

Nick Teo, was born on June 28th, 1991, to Chinese-Singaporean parents. His Chinese name was Zhang Junyu, but he changed it to Zhang Yika in 2022 because people had difficulties pronouncing it properly.

He appears to be the only child of his parents; he was raised in a small village. He excelled in his studies and was admitted to SIM Global Education. He also attended Ngee Ann Polytechnic.


Nick Teo made his acting debut in 2014 in a half-hour drama series by Mediacorp Channel 8 titled 118. The movie earned him a Star Awards 2015 nomination for Best Newcomer. He is very creative, and he named his fan group Nickteology.

He filmed Life – Fear Not in 2015 and made brief appearances in Love In Air, The Journey: Our Homeland and You Can Be an Angel Too. Nick Teo produced two drama series for half an hour each in 2016. Additionally, he made cameo appearances in a film titled Eat Already? I Want to Be a Star and The Dream Job.

Nick Teo was appointed to play the main role in the Netflix original series Dear DJ in 2017 and made a brief guest appearance in The Lead & Dream Coder. He also appeared briefly in the Jack Neo-directed movie Ah Boys to Men 4.

He produced the original toggle series Die Die Also Must Serve in 2018. Divided and Love at Cavenagh Bridge are two original series Nick Teo has juggled, along with Blessing 2 and 29th February dramas.

Nick Teo made a cameo appearance in If Only, which he also directed. He also starred in three MediaCorp dramas, including C.L.I.F. 5, Hello from the Other Side, and While You Were Away.




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