Kee Thuan Chye Net Worth
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The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $217,7 Million.
Kee Thuan Chye information Birth date: May 25, 1954 Birth place: Penang, Malaysia Profession:Actor Education:Universiti Sains Malaysia, University of Essex Spouse:Lim Choy Wan Children:Jebat Arjuna Kee Jia Liang, Soraya Sunitra Kee Xiang Yin Movies:Anna and the King, 1957Books:We Could [kill] You Mr. Birch, 1984 Here & Now
:How tall is Kee Thuan Chye – 1,73m.
How much weight is Kee Thuan Chye – 88kg
Kee Thuan Chye (born May 25, 1954, aged 60) is a Malaysian actor, dramatist, poet and journalist. Acting in theatre, films, and on television for more than 30 years, he continues to do so. In 1981, Kee co-founded the theatre group, KAMI, in Kuala Lumpur. A noted civil rights activist, he would express in his plays whatever he could not express through the newspapers under Malaysias repressive Printing Presses and Publications Act (PPPA). For speaking out without fear or favor, Kee was among the first recipients of The Annexe Heroes Freedom of Expression Awards when it was launched in 2008. In 2010, he was also voted the 34th Most Trusted Malaysian in a poll conducted by Readers Digest.Although social reengineering under the New Economic Policy had already begun after the May 13 Incident of 1969, it became more pronounced after Mahathir bin Mohamad became Prime Minister in 1981. At the New Straits Times, Kee Thuan Chye received numerous memos from his editor-in-chief for trying to push the parameters and opening up public discourse on what was deemed sensitive issues. Firmly believing that the responsibility of a journalist to the public is to inform them of the truth, he had to battle with his superiors and as a consequence, he was often punished, marginalized, and shut out. In 1988, Kee received his Masters degree in drama from the University of Essex, after being awarded a British Council Fellowship for postgraduate studies in England.In 2001, Kee Thuan Chye became the Associate Editor of The Star in Kuala Lumpur, creating and editing the English column, Mind Our English, until retirement in May 2009. His Sunday Star column, Playing The Fool, which he began in April 2001, ran for only two installments before it was cancelled. In his inaugural article, Kee had written that he would be speaking out frankly on social and political issues, without fear or favor. His second article, hitting out at racial discrimination in Malaysia, was published but when it came to his third article, the editors got jittery and suppressed it. The Star finally decided to terminate the column after Kee submitted his fourth article.
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