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Jonathan Leong was born on 2 June, 1982 in Singapore. Discover Jonathan Leong's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 38 years old?
|Age||39 years old|
|Born||2 June 1982|
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Jonathan Leong Height, Weight & Measurements
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Who Is Jonathan Leong's Wife?
His wife is Jeneen Goh
Jonathan Leong Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Jonathan Leong worth at the age of 39 years old? Jonathan Leong’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Singapore. We have estimated Jonathan Leong's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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In the early part of the competition, Leong sang Matchbox Twenty's "If You're Gone" to cinch his place in the top 12 and was an early media and crowd favourite after that performance. During jazz week, his rendition of Nat King Cole's "Unforgettable" cemented his position as a hot favourite in the competition. However, the performance that won the hearts of the Singaporean population was his take on Irish indie rock band Snow Patrol's hit song, "Chasing Cars", which placed Leong as the media's favourite for the title. Leong finished the competition as 1st runner up in the finals held in the Singapore Indoor Stadium where he performed to a full crowd of more than 12,000 people.
On 22 September 2011, Leong's solo album was released. Leong contributed writing, production and arrangement skills for the album. titled, 神秘英雄 which translates in English to Mystery Man is predominantly recorded in Mandarin but features one English single titled, For You. The single 多一次机会 (One more chance) peaked at number 7 on the Top 20 Countdown chart on the most popular radio station in Singapore, Y.E.S. 93.3FM.
In August 2011, Leong started a web blog named "Life in Stereo- Jonathan Leong's guide to Life" and an accompanying monthly podcast show that is available for free download on his website.
In April 2010, it was announced that Leong would star in the original theatrical production, "Voyage De La Vie" along with a cast of international performers. After several rounds of auditions, Leong got the lead role of "The Boy".
Leong is the only Singaporean performer in "Voyage De La Vie", the Cirque Du Soleil-esque show boasts a blend of circus performances, elaborate sets, costumes and original music. It features an international cast from 16 different countries and has enjoyed success since its opening night in June 2010. It is currently the longest-running production in the history of Singapore.
In September 2008, Leong was invited to cameo in an episode in Calefare, a knock-off of the popular HBO series, Extras, acting as a popular singer named Johnny Chia, a parody of himself. When interviewed if he was aware of the similarities between the two shows, Leong expressed ignorance during filming, but has since "immensely enjoyed" the original British sitcom after the fact. He was featured as a celebrity guest contestant in the premiere episode of the Singaporean version of the popular television gameshow Don't Forget the Lyrics!. Along with other singers, Leong managed to raise $25,000 for charity. He was also an ambassador for the Passion Card Ad campaign for the People's Association.
In 2007, Leong was made an ambassador for the Motorola Singapore (RED) Campaign, an initiative spearheaded by Bono of U2 to alleviate the spread of HIV in Africa. In November that year, Leong lent his vocals to a Mandarin track, 情牵二十五, which was included in the track list for an album compilation to commemorate Mediacorp's twenty five-year anniversary of broadcasting locally produced mandarin drama serials on Channel 8.
In December 2006, Leong hosted a local holiday special series produced by Mediacorp named "Wish Upon A Star" alongside Hady Mirza and Gurmit Singh to fulfill contractual obligations. He was voted Man of the Year 2006 in The Flame Awards organised by The New Paper. Mediacorp's Channel 5 Fame Awards gave Leong the title of "Best Hunk 2006".
In late 2004, Leong was signed on to Upfront Models a very well known, modeling agency in Singapore. His involvement in the fashion industry led him to branch out as a solo singer with performances at various fashion events such as DKNY's store launch at Palais renaissance, an upmarket shopping arcade in Singapore, The Takashimaya Singapore Retailer's show, The New Paper New Face pageant finals and as a guest performer at the Concert in the park held at the Singapore Botanic Gardens in 2005.
Leong was born and raised in Singapore, he is the son of Joseph, an owner of a newspaper stand, and Mary an ex airline ticket sales executive. Leong was raised catholic and received his primary school education at Nan Hua Primary School, secondary school education at St. Joseph's Institution where he won his first singing competition in 1997 and junior college education in Serangoon Junior College. Leong finished his academic life graduating in 2007 from The National University of Singapore with a degree in Political Science(Leong was preparing himself for a career in Journalism and writing). Leong was very active in sports during his school days, notably so in the sport of fencing. He had earned himself the school colors from both his secondary school and junior college for his contribution to the respective schools through the sport. Leong had won many national fencing competitions and was part of the Singapore national team, representing the country in the sport from the year 2000–2001. From 2001 to 2003, Leong enlisted in the military, joining the Singapore Armed Forces. During his time in the military, Leong became part of the Airborne trained Commando unit in the Singapore Armed Forces Commando Formation.
Jon Leong, 梁偉鑛, (pronounced Liang Wei Kuang in mandarin) (Born Jonathan Ken Leong, 2 June 1982) is a Singaporean performing artist, singer-songrwriter, music producer and actor. His first steps into the world of entertainment started when he played in bands at pubs and clubs before achieving public prominence after finishing as the runner-up during the second season of Singapore Idol, a franchise of the popular Pop Idol series. He is currently playing the principal role of "The Boy" in the Cirque Du Soleil-esque circus musical, Voyage De La Vie. Leong has also recorded a full-length studio album, which was released on 22 September 2011.