Lim Kay Siu has been acting professionally since 1985 in Singapore, America, London and Germany. Stage credits include Drift with Drama Box, Enchanted Tales with Finger Players; Memory: Human Remains & Virus with Collective Mayhem; 4.44 (Decimal Points) and Cheek with CAKE Theatre; Lao Jiu The Musical (in Mandarin) with The Theatre Practice; Romeo and Juliet, Family Outing, Blithe Spirit, Animal Farm, The Importance of Being Earnest with W!LD RICE; 3 Japanese Women for Mu-Lan in London; The Letter for the Lyric Hammersmith, London; 7th Drawer, Morning People and Army Daze for Toy Factory; Death of a Salesman and Oleanna for SRT.
Musicals include Beauty World, Fried Rice Paradise (TheatreWorks), and Nagraland (lead role and assistant director), all by Dick Lee; Piaf for TheatreWorks and last December he appeared as King Bull in the pantomime Monkey Goes West! By W!LD RICE.
Kay Siu also went to directing school in London at the Central School for Speech and Drama in 1994, and directed Half Lives by Chai Yew for TheatreWorks, which was selected as Play of the Year by the Straits Times in 1997; Balls! By Ming Wong for SRT, and Club Tempest for 3.14.
TV credits include Tenko Reunion for BBC, Holoponono for RTL, Happy Belly, PCK and Drive in Singapore, and Monkey King for Hallmark.
Movie credits include Nightwatch for Lion Films; Anna and the King for Fox, and Avatar (Independent)