Pavan J Singh

  • Actor
    Male / Singapore
  • Ethnicity
    Asian - Indian
    Age Range
    37 - 47
    1m 75cm (5' 8")
    90kg (198lb)
    Hair Colour
    Eye Colour


YearRole / TypeName of Production / DirectorCompany / Venue
2020Kenneth Mesinger
Code of Law: Season 5 (TV Series)
Jan Ho
Weiyu Films
2019 - 2020Main Ensemble
Fat Kids Are Harder To Kidnap
Melissa Sim
How Drama
2019 - 2020Core Member
Improvanopolis: Comedy Improv Troupe
William Landsman
Eclectic Bison Productions
2019Al Cooper
A Disappearing Number
Edith Podesta
NUS Stage
NUS Centre for the Arts
Chinatown Crossings
Koh Hui Ling
Chinatown (Site-specific)
2018Charles, Mr. Denjer, Psychiatrist
The Reunification of the Two Koreas by Joel Pommerat
Jacques Vincey
TheatreWorks (Singapore) and Centre Dramatique régional de Tours (France)
TheatreWorks, Singapore and Theatre Olympia, Tours, France
  • Education

    2009BA (Hons) ActingLASALLE College of the Arts. School of Dance and Theatre - I achieved a First Class honours and graduated top of my class.

    Industry Awards

    Singapore Life Theatre Awards: Best Ensemble 2015 for play entitled "Dark Room" by Edith Podesta

    Acting experience

    Training: BA (1st Class Hons) Acting: LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore.


    Screen credits include roles in various TV series Code of Law: Season 5 (Weiyu Films 2020), Verdict (ENFilms, 2015), On the Red Dot (Vertigo Pictures, 2015), Unbroken (Mediacorp, 2015), Mata-Mata: Season 2 (Mediacorp, 2014), What do Men Want (BananaMana Films, 2014), a lead role in Super4orce (Monochromatic Pictures, 2012); in features The Granplan (PlayActing Prdns 2014) and Nine Lives (GPS films 2008); and cameo appearances on Asia's Next Top Model (Refinery Media, 2017) and on The MTV Show (MTV 2012); Indie short films such as The Last Bus (Ngee Ann Poly FYP, 2018), (NTU FYP, 2018), How Convenient (English Muffin Films, 2017).

    Theatre credits include being a member of Improvanopolis- a comedy improv troupe (Eclectic Bison, since 2018); acting roles in Zenda Tan's Eat Duck (Checkpoint Theatre 2019), Fat Kids Are Harder to Kidnap (How Drama- Sydney Fringe 2019, Paris Fringe 2017, Washington DC Fringe 2016), Jean Tay’s Chinatown Crossings (Dramabox 2018-19), Complicité's A Disappearing Number (NUS Stage 2019), Joël Pommerat’s The Reunification of the Two Koreas (TheatreWorks 2018), Haresh Sharma’s This Chord and Others (Esplanade Studios 2017), Shakespeare’s Hamlet (Theatre of Others 2017), his original work Refuge (Skinned Knee Productions 2016), The Man Who by Peter Brook and Marie Helene Estienne (Hot Chocolate Theatre 2016), Dark Room by Edith Podesta (Esplanade Studio Series 2016), The Good, The Bad and The Sholay by Shiv Tandan (Checkpoint Theatre 2015) Discord of Discourse by Khairul Kamsani (Cherry Orchard 2016), 2 Houses by Lim Yu-beng (Sin-Pen Colony 2014), Wong Souk Yee's Square Moon (ind. 2013), Debbie Issit's The Woman Who Cooked Her Husband (Skinned Knee Productions 2013), The Kanjoos: an adaptation of Moliere’s The Miser (HuM Theatre 2012), Rub My Antenna: Skits by Durang & Ives (Complete Comunicators 2012), Jose Rivera’s Sonnet’s for an Old Century (Quinta Productions 2012), Tan Tarn How’s Fear of Writing (TheatreWorks 2011), Decimal Points 0.01 (Cake Theatre 2011), John Cariani’s Almost, Maine (The Mechanicals 2011), Edward Albee’s The Zoo Story (Skinned Knee Productions 2011) and Shakespeare’s Othello (Masakini Theatre 2011).

    Additional Skills

    Comedy, Comedy Improvisation, Scuba-diving, Motorcycle-riding (basic, all classes), Swimming, Basketball, Field Hockey, Martial Arts

    Additional Information

    I am also a member of Improvanopolis - a comedy improv troupe based in Singapore. We perform regularly at ticketed shows as well as for private corporate events.

    About me

    I was a very restless and curious individual in my teenage years, and took part in as many things possible - sports, martial arts, the boy scouts, leadership programmes and of course, drama. After having done all that I could, I realised the one thing that refused to leave me was my love of acting, whether it be for stage or the camera. And so, midway through my career as a marketing executive, I decided to drop everything and go to drama school, and it has been the best decision and biggest adventure I have ever taken. Since graduating top of my class in 2009, I have been working as a freelancer and loving every moment of it. From starting out as a family entertainer in a theme park, I have now worked with some of the top film production houses and theatre companies in Singapore, and abroad. I'm as passionate now as the day I started, if not more so, and am keen to jump on more opportunities to create good work.

  • Skills

    Hair Length
    • Bald / Crew Cut
    Perform nude?
    • Only Professionally
    Skin Colour
    • Brown
    Interested in
    • Comedy
    • Commercials
    • Film (Professional)
    • Film (Student)
    • Improvisation
    • Music Videos
    • Presenting
    • Radio
    • Rehearsed Readings
    • Roleplay
    • Theatre (Fringe)
    • Theatre (Immersive)
    • Theatre (Professional)
    • Theatre (Touring)
    • TV
    • Voice Over
    • Web-Series
    Accents (UK)
    • English, standard
    Accents (International)
    • Bangladeshi
    • Indian
    • Malay
    • Pakistani
    Experienced In
    • Comedy
    • Commercials
    • Community
    • Corporate
    • Devised
    • Drama
    • Experimental
    • Film (Professional)
    • Film (Student)
    • Fringe
    • Inclusive Theatre
    • Live Events
    • New Writing
    • Outdoor Events
    • Presenting
    • Rehearsed Readings
    • Revue
    • Roleplay
    • Shakespeare
    • Theatre (Fringe)
    • Theatre (Immersive)
    • Theatre (Professional)
    • Theatre (Touring)
    • Tragedy
    • TV
    • Voice Over
    • Web-Series
    Native accent
    • English