* Name: 欧萱 / Ou Xuan
* English name: Jeanette Aw
* Real name: Ou Yan Ping
* Profession: Actress
* Birthdate: 1979-Jun-28
* Birthplace: Singapore
* Height: 163cm
* Weight: 45kg
* Star sign: Cancer
* Chinese zodiac: Goat
* Blood type: AB+
* Family: Older sister, older brother
* Dear, Dear Son-in-law (MediaCorp, 2007)
* Switched! (MediaCorp, 2007)
* The Peak (MediaCorp, 2007)
* Through It All (MediaCorp, 2006)
* CID (MediaCorp, 2006)
* The Rainbow Connection (MediaCorp, 2005)
* The Champion (MediaCorp, 2004)
* Holland V (MediaCorp, 2003)
* A Child's Hope II (MediaCorp)
* A Child's Hope (MediaCorp)
Aw now has a substantial fan base, a group of which is called “Jeanius”, a pun on the actress’ name and the word “genius”. This fan group is personally acknowledged by Aw herself, and thus draws flocks of supporters from around Singapore. Jeanius organises fan gatherings with Aw annually, and this is one of the many activities that the Jeanius members look forward to, besides Aw’s appearances on TV or elsewhere.
Jeanette Aw is the youngest of her parents’ 3 children. She has an elder brother & sister. She graduated from National University
of Singapore. She was among the first newcomer actresses to be recruited by the now defunct MediaWorks in early 2001. She won the “Most Popular Newcomer Award” and and “Best Performer Award” that year.Later that year she was invited to co-star in a Taiwanese production. She left MediaWorks for MediaCorp in 2002.
Jeanette Aw became a star when she emerged as the champion in a talent search contest titled ‘Route To Glamour’ organised by the now defunct television network, MediaWorks. She entertained audiences with her trademark fresh, youthful image and sparkling smile. Jeanette ‘jumped ship’ to Mediaworks’ rival TV station, MediaCorp in 2002, to become one of its most radiant young stars. Currently managed jointly by Hype Company (Artiste Network) and MediaCorp, she is seen as one of the few potential successors for the respected title of “Ah Jie” (big-sister), now currently held by veteran actress Zoe Tay.
Aw gained recognition as an upcoming actress in the long running (125-episode) 2003 drama, Holland Village, in which she portrayed Mo Jing Jing, a simple, slightly absent-minded but kind-hearted girl.