Currently based in New York City.
The Chef《煮持人》- Selected for the Shanghai Film Festival'10. Film nominated at the 2010 Asian Television Awards for Best Sing
Elizabeth is an actor/host/model. Her ethnicity is Chinese, Italian, English.
She returned to Singapore after graduating from Media & Theatre Studies in Monash University, Melbourne Australia. She was first brought straight into the Singapore television limelight as a prime time presenter, hosting a string of TV programs ranging from reality, docu-dramas, infotainment and game shows. These include Nicks-clusive! (Cable Asia), Art of Health, Explore Singapore!, Splashzone, Chakia & Sneakers as well as Belles in Action.
Brought up in Singapore and Australia, she is bilingual and speaks both English and Mandarin- leading her to star in the critically acclaimed Singapore Mediacorp soap drama 'Just in Singapore'. She can also be seen in the Singapore/France collaboration of the French television series 'DejaVu' (Season 2) for Channel France Deux.
Acting for the stage, Elizabeth's roles include Project Chairuscuro (The Substation Sessions), Mishima: Women In Love (World-In-Theatre), The King Lear Project for The Singapore Arts Festival and Kunsten Festival in Belgium, Mama’s Wedding (Action Theatre), To Kill A Mockingbird with director Christopher Jacobs, The Vagina Monologues and What The Butler Saw (Zebra Crossing Productions).
For leisure, she writes both movie and music reviews for various magazines and has her own vintage fashion label 60nicholson. She has recently completed a two year training program at the William Esper Studio and is now based in New York City.
她的語文能力讓她能在新加坡電視劇 ‘Just in Singapore’取得一位。
現在，她正好好鍛鍊泰拳。 |Elizabeth 是来自新加坡的一位演员／主持人／模特儿。她是中英意溷血儿。
她的语文能力让她能在新加坡电视剧 ‘Just in Singapore’取得一位。
|Languages Spoken||english, mandarin, itallian|
|Location||New York City, United States|
|English Name||Elizabeth Lazan|
|Member Since||July 9, 2008|
Currently based in New York City. The Chef《煮持人》- Selected for the Shanghai Film Festival'10. Film nominated at the 2010 Asian Television Awards for Best Sing