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Koe Yeet

Koe Yeet
Born Selangor, Malaysia
Years active 2006–present

Koe Yeet (born January 17, 1992) is a Malaysian television and film child actress. She began as a child actress and runway model at the tender age of five, starring in various TV commercials and appearing in children fashion shows. She is most notable for her role in the Jack Neo movie Ah Long Pte Ltd and known for her sweet and angelic demeanor. She studied at Catholic High School in Form 5 and represents Selangor in tennis and ping pong. She is currently pursuing her law degree in University of Reading while still working as an actress.


  • 妈妈的心 (2006)
  • 一起走过的日子 (2006)
  • Exclusive 独家追通缉 (2008)
  • Goodnight DJ 声空感应之幸福玻璃球 (2008)
  • Ah Long Pte Ltd (2008)
  • Goodnight DJ 2 声空感应之标本 (2010)
  • Mining Magnet 半边天 (2012)
  • The Cycle of Love 摇滚单车梦 (2010)
  • BeautiFOOL Love 心属于你 (2010)
  • Homecoming 笑着回家 (2011)
  • 24 Hours of Horror 惊悚24小时 (2011)
  • The Hunter 猎首3D (2011)
  • Sesat 迷河 (2012)
  • Fortune Lemon Tree 年年有吉(2013)
  • Fantasia (Main Actress) (2013)
  • Satu Hati 同心齐家 (2013)
  • The Liar 说谎者(2013)
  • Samsung Galaxy S4's Windchimes in a Bakery (2013)[1]
  • Dalang 影匠 (2013)


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