about Timothy Nga

Photo courtesy of Geoff Studio

Hello, my name is Timothy Nga. Welcome to my space on the world wide web.

I go with my gut. I’m practically artistic and restlessly dissatisfied. Which means I follow the heart, I pursue art within the context of reality and I’m a pain to live with. And I never want to live to regret the things I didn’t do.

If a label helps you relate, then I’m an actor, host, learning facilitator, business role player, content delivery consultant, photographer, writer, director, cat-lover, person-in-progress. In these pages you will find information about my work, my thoughts, and snatches of the world seen through my eyes.

Welcome! And feel free to stay for awhile.

11 comments on “about Timothy Nga

  1. Jai K says:

    I like your acting. You are great. Best wishes and Kong Hee Fatt Choy.

  2. ng says:

    (Please don’t ignore this, it is not spam)
    Hi! I understand that you’re one fifth of A Group Of People?

    I would like to ask you whether your group has an official email? I’ve searched across the internet and I found your site but there was no avenue available for contact. I have a burning question to ask regarding one of the banners your group made for your production, A Cage Goes in Search Of A Bird. I think if you viewed my blog you would guess what my question is 🙂

    I look forward to your reply. Thank you so much for your time!

  3. timothynga says:

    Hi Hui Kin

    Thanks for getting in touch. 🙂 I’m sorry for my internet silliness but I can’t seem to find an address or link to your blog anywhere. However, you can write to AGOP at agroupofpeople@hotmail.sg.

  4. Kat says:

    Hi Tim !

    It’s great that you are a cat-lover. Do you have any cats? What their names and colours?

    My boy2 cat passed away last year. I still have my gir2 cat.

    You are great during the NDP 2011!

    Hope to hear your reply soon!
    Kat

  5. Esther says:

    Excellent NDP performance from you! Your “son” in the drama was Adrian Pang’s son (Zachary) – superb. What’s the name of the boy who portrayed you as the son in the younger days? He acted very well too. Welcome back Sharon Au! We missed her presence and glad that she acted in NDP.

    Clap! Clap! Clap! Applause from us …. 🙂

  6. timothynga says:

    Thanks very much Esther! 🙂 The younger me was played by a newcomer called Reuben Goh. He’s been a joy too and look out for him cause he’s got a bright future in showbiz! 😉

  7. Esther says:

    Hmmm …… it’s disappointing that there was no article written (as in media) on the NDP drama. Only a brief mention in the media. I am absolutely touched seeing the drama with tears welling up my eyes. Managed to video it on iphone during the repeat on Sun. It was just as great that I caught Beatrice being interviewed in one of the CNA morning shows on the conceptualisation & implementation. Just wondering – Anyone interviewed the casts? I bought 8Days this week (& last week) hoping to get sone writeups. But none. I goggled and cannot find anything on the web . Anything you can recommend where I can be linked to read up on the NDP drama & more info, interviews etc on the excellent casts? Very touching lei … 🙂 Reuben Goh – does he act in Okto? Sounds familiar.

    Thanks much! 🙂

  8. Romee Ramli says:

    Hi Timothy,

    You are one of the few underrated actor around. Don’t know why you don’t appear more on TV despite your talent. There are a few actors who I will also like to see more on the screen. Actors like Jerry Hoh, Gerald Chew, Peggy Ferroa, Norleena Salim and yourself are so unappreciated in their field of talents. I am getting a bit too annoyed of seeing the same faces on TV over and over again.

  9. timothynga says:

    Thank you for the support Romee! I’ve been spending alot of my time doing theatre and other conference emcee and coaching work, but I’m also currently on Embun di Tengah Hari on Suria every Wednesday night. Meanwhile, keep asking and maybe we’ll appear more on local TV. Have a wonderful crossing into the new year!

  10. Jai says:

    Hi Tim,

    I like your role in Embun di Tengah Hari. Just feel like punching you if you are just sitting beside me watching this drama. Your dialogue in malay is quite good. Would like to see you more in the local malay drama. You’ve got the talent and i like your spoken malay. All the best!

  11. timothynga says:

    Thanks for the compliment Jai! I often feel like punching myself too!! Haha!! Have a wonderful holiday season and best wishes for 2012. – Tim

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