Sparks fly when a young upstart joins Yvonne and her team. Will they be able to put aside their differences and work together to help their new client?
Lindsay has a dream to revive her family’s dying business. But no one would even listen to her proposal, let alone consider giving her a loan.
Watch the cast talk about the characters they play, share their experiences on set and, what “Live More, Bank Less” really means to them.
Adrian spent eight years working as a professional actor in the UK before returning to Singapore in 2000. Most recently, he played the late Lee Kuan Yew in The LKY Musical and starred in the Hollywood cybercrime movie Blackhat. Together with his wife, Adrian is also the artistic director of theatre company Pangdemonium!
as Claire Lee
After graduating with a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington, Jamie moved from Seattle to Hong Kong to begin a new chapter in her life. She is now a fixture in the city’s vibrant modelling scene, doing mainly catwalk and PR events.
as Jasper Wu
Before finding his big break at Chinese Idol 2013, James was already sending off tracks to record companies while working at a UK insurance firm. In 2014, the London-born singer also won the Media Recommendation Award (Overseas Newcomer) at the Singapore Hit Awards.
as Lindsay Wong
Born and raised in Hong Kong, Jeanne is the daughter of renowned director and martial artist Lau Kar-leung and actress Mary Jean Reimer. A qualified lawyer in both England and Singapore, she left the profession to pursue her passion in acting, and is also running a vegan bakery.
as Mr Wong
A veteran actor, Richard has starred in 80 films to date and acted alongside the biggest names in Hong Kong cinema. His extensive television credits span the globe, extending from Singaporean shows (‘Under One Roof’, ‘Silver Lining’, ‘Brothers 4’) to British dramas (‘River City’ and ‘Phoo Action’).
as Zach Szeto
Carl is the son of Hong Kong comedy legend Richard Ng, who also stars in ‘Sparks’. He earned a BBA from Westminister University in the UK where he also studied drama at the Tony Grecos Acting Studio. He has appeared in the Singapore Channel 5 TV series ‘Point of Entry’.
Debbie rose to fame when she won the first Miss Malaysia Chinese International beauty pageant in 1999. Through the years, she has won numerous awards, including Most Popular Actress at both the Golden Awards and Bella Awards.