Rynn Lim

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Rynn Lim Yu Zhong (林宇中)
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Born (1978-12-29) 29 December 1978 (age 43)
Musical career
Origin Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia
Genres Mandopop
Occupation(s)Singer, song writer, music producer, actor
Years activeSince 2006
Labels Ocean Butterflies
Chinese name
Chinese 林宇中

Rynn Lim (Chinese :林宇中; pinyin :Lǐn Yuzhōng) is a singer from Malaysia. He acted various roles in dramas from Malaysia, Singapore, China and Taiwan. He also once in a first collaboration drama of Malaysia Media Prima Berhad and Singapore MediaCorp Studios Pte Ltd.

Contents

Album

Awards

Acting career

YearDramaRoleNotes
2006 The Beginning

原点

Tie Dongliang (Tietou)A collaboration of Media Pima Berhad and MediaCorp Studios Pte Ltd
2007 Smile For Me

十分笑容

Yu Zhong (宇中)Jointly presented by Astro AEC and Sony Cybershot, directed by Hor Chee Leong
2008Pretty Ugly

原来我不帅

庄俊仁 (Cameo)
2009 Yes Sir!
高校铁金刚
铁金刚
The Adjuster
稽查专用
Andy
2011The Adjuster 2

稽查专用 2

Andy
2014The Four Scholars in Jiangnan

江南四大才子

冯小七
2015The Precedents
法内情
Liao Cheng Hui 寥承辉
2016Pulse Of Life

脉动人心

2016 If Only I Could
十年...你还好吗?
Lin Sen 林森
2018My Nyonya Sensei

娘惹相思格

孟江鸿

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