As multi-hyphenated in skills as she is in heritage, Audrey Lim first came to the public eye as an evening drive-time DJ on 91.3 as part of Rod Monterio and The Married Men.
She is also an event host, speaker and panel moderator (Longchamp Boutique launch with Alexa Chung, F1 Puma Fashion Show, It’s A Girl Thing
conference); a singer (The Mad Men Attic Bar, Fabrika); a voice over talent (more than a decade of clients including Volkswagon, SKII and Lipton, as well as video games including Grenada Espada); a musical theatre actress (Singapore Repertory Theatre’s Agamemnon, Toy Factory’s Romeo and Juliet); and an all-round problem solver.
Converting her musical theatre education with the Singapore Repertory Theatre onto the smaller screen, Audrey has hosted both travel documentaries and investigative documentaries for Channel NewsAsia. She has acted in several dramas and comedies on Channel 5 (PI; Code of Law)
as well as an upcoming dramatic role on HBO Asia (Invisible Stories).
Audrey completed 200 episodes as an actor-puppeteer on ZooMoo TV, which has been syndicated to 20 territories.
She also produces and presents on her own YouTube channel.
Audrey has hosted intimate media launches (John Frieda), and large conferences (It’s A Girl Thing). She is as comfortable cracking jokes with a stadium as she is moderating panels with executives at the
top of their game.
As an advocate for the arts, Audrey is the go-to host for music events in Singapore. Separately, she has also hosted podcast interviews for Reuters.
Audrey’s years on radio saw her hone her skills as a newsreader. Her development into a radio personality meant she needed to read a room and react appropriately, finding an intelligent quip to put even the thorniest subjects to bed. These skills are put to work in her many voice acting jobs that
require her to take on different accents, characters, tones and attitudes.
With more than a decade’s worth of experience as an on air voice, it’s hard to distill Audrey’s range of abilities into a single description. Instead, Audrey’s voice over reel can be accessed here.