Lim Poh Huat
Lim Poh Huat (Simplified Chinese: 林宝发, b. 1964) is a Singaporean "calefare" and actor. Lim is one of Singapore's best known "calefares", and has been in the industry since 1989, appearing in a wide range of TV and film productions.
Lim enrolled in a two-month-long drama course offered by Jack Neo and Wah Liang in late 1989. His first role was in a Chinese drama serial in 1989. Lim has also appeared on the silver screen, most notably in the 1991 Hong Kong film The Last Blood. Other credits include Money No Enough, Liang Popo: The Movie, Crimewatch, Already Famous and We Not Naughty.
Most of his roles on local television are uncredited.
In 2002, he wrote "Confessions of an Extra", a memoir detailing his experience in the media industry.
Lim has been a security guard by day since 1990. He lives in a 3-room flat in Sin Ming with his mother.
|1997||Mirror of Life 2||Repossession man||Episode 2, uncredited|
|1998||Stand By Me||Passerby||Uncredited|
|1991||The Last Blood||Policeman|
|1998||Money No Enough||Loan shark victim|
|1999||Liang Po Po: The Movie||Brothers Gang member|
|2005||One More Chance (film)||Wedding guest|
|2008||My Magic||Club cleaner|
|Be With Me||Brother|
|Invisible Children||NEA Officer|
|2012||We Not Naughty||Hawker centre patron|
|2013||Taxi, Taxi!||Taxi driver applicant|