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Steph Song

Steph Song
Born (1984-04-19) 19 April 1984
Years active 2001—present

Steph Song (Chinese: 宋琇萱) is a Malaysian actress, of Chinese heritage, raised in Canada and Australia. She was voted Sexiest Woman in the world by Asian readers of FHM magazine. Song has received six Leo Award nominations and one Gemini Award nomination for her TV and Film work in Canada and the United States.


  • Career 1
  • Honours 2
  • Filmography 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Song acted mostly on a freelance basis in Singapore in her early career, and was the female lead in the second season of Heartlanders, as well as the first season of Achar!, which won Bronze Medal at the New York Television Awards and has since been sold to 10 countries. Another show that Steph was in, titled Singapore Short Story Project, won best Drama Series at the Asian Television Awards in 2004.

In 2004, Song joined SPH MediaWorks, and was supporting lead in "Perceptions" and female lead in the very last Channel i-produced drama Six Weeks which won Best Drama Series at the Asian Television Awards 2005. When MediaWorks merged with MediaCorp later that year, Song did not move over to MediaCorp choosing instead to move to North America, where she found success, nominated 6 times in the last five years for her work as female lead actress on features Dim Sum Funeral, The Thaw, Paradox, the CBC's miniseries Dragon Boys, War, and two Douglas Coupland written projects: Everything's Gone Green[3][4] and, more recently, the 2008 TV series jPod.[5]

Song is currently represented by Echelon Talent Management Inc.[6]

She portrayed the character of Roulette on The CW's Smallville.


  • Voted "Number 1 Sexiest in the World" by FHM in Asia 2006.[2][7]
  • Leo Award nomination in 2009 for "Dim Sum Funeral" - Best performance by a leading actress in a feature film.
  • Leo Award nomination in 2008 for jPod (TV series) - Best performance by a supporting actress in a dramatic series.
  • Leo Award nomination in 2007 for Dragon Boys - Best performance by a leading actress in a dramatic series.
  • Gemini Award nomination in 2007 for Dragon Boys - Best performance by a leading actress in a dramatic series.
  • Leo Award nomination in 2006 for Everything's Gone Green (film) - Best performance by a leading actress in a feature film.


Film and television
Year Film Role Notes
2012 Maximum Conviction Samantha
2010 Stained Chloe
2009 Paradox Lenore
2009 Smallville Victoria Sinclair/Roulette
2009 The Thaw (film) Ling Chen
2009 The Listener (TV series) Kim
2009 Dim Sum Funeral Meimei
2008 Everything's Gone Green (film) Ming
2008 jPod (TV series) Brianna 'Bree' Jyang
2004-2005 Achar! Stephanie
Video games
Year Title Role Notes
2012 Sleeping Dogs Sandra[8] Video game debut


  1. ^ "Steph Song — Northern Stars". Retrieved 2008-02-10. 
  2. ^ a b "AsiaFinest Steph Song Bio and Photo Gallery". Retrieved 2008-02-10. 
  3. ^ "Everything's Gone Green". Internet Movie Database. 2006. Retrieved 2008-02-09. 
  4. ^ Silverman, Jason (2007-04-20). "Douglas Coupland: New Film, Chewed Art and Net TV". Wired. Retrieved 2008-02-09. 
  5. ^ [ She has been cast as  
  6. ^ "Steph Song on Breakdown Express". Retrieved 2008-02-09. 
  7. ^ "Dragon Boys — Cast — Steph Song". Retrieved 2007-04-07. 
  8. ^

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