Zoe Tay felt left out by female colleagues in the industry during her beginning years; some of them are still in the limelight today
SINGAPORE — Zoe Tay, 55, a Singaporean actress and former model, revealed on the new podcast episode of The Zoe and Liang Show that she felt left out by other female colleagues in the limelight industry.
One incident was when Zoe was at a work site, and other girls formed a circle and did not communicate with her at all. She only ate by herself during that time. When asked if any of them were still in the showbiz industry up until today, Zoe Tay stated yes.
Guo Liang, her podcast co-host, always knew that Zoe was like a superstar in her career field, and expected that she never experienced any difficulties and hardships. However, Zoe Tay admitted that because of everyone’s high expectations of her, she felt excluded by her colleagues.
“Who were the people who didn’t talk to you at that time?” Guo Liang curiously asked. “I can’t tell you,” Zoe answered.
Guo Liang then shared that in the hosting career industry, there are a few cases of exclusion. He also once experienced being excluded by a drama crew.
Zoe Tay was known to have the ‘title of champion’ in the showbiz business and acquired lead roles as soon as she entered the industry even though she was a newcomer. Her popularity was made known by her first few projects such as “My Fair Lady” and “Three-faced Eve”. She has been in demand and was never sought after ever since.
The Zoe and Liang Show is hosted by Mediacorp’s veteran stars Zoe Tay and Guo Liang, where they share opinions, life stories, and experiences.
Watch The Zoe and Liang Show episodes here.
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