Lim Kay Tong or Kay Tong Lim (Chinese: 林祺堂; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Lín Qí-táng, born 1954) is a veteran Singaporean film, TV and stage actor. Notably, he starred opposite Sean Penn in Shanghai Surprise (1986), Pierce Brosnan in Noble House (1988) and Claire Danes in Brokedown Palace (1999), and was the lead actor in Growing Up (1996–2001) and Perth (2004). Lim has been called "Singapore's finest actor", "Singapore's best-known actor" and Singapore's answer to thespians Ian McKellen and Alec Guinness.
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Lim is a co-founder and board member of TheatreWorks. He played founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew in the film celebrating Singapore's Golden Jubilee, 1965.
Lim is the older brother of fellow actor Lim Kay Siu, who he starred with in multiple plays. His sister is the actress Dr Irene Lim. He is first cousins with singer-songwriter Dick Lee.
Lim is married to food writer Sylvia Tan Jui Fang, whom playwright Michael Chiang introduced him to. He is also an amateur photographer.
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