Most recently seen in the Netflix docu-series ‘Singapore Social’, Paul Foster is a veteran actor who has been active in the entertainment industry for almost 20 years now. In addition to acting, Paul wears many other hats — he is an emcee, a live show host, a TV presenter, an eco-warrior and a social champion.
Is Singapore Social real?
Riding the wave of interest in Singapore society, sparked by last year’s Crazy Rich Asians, Singapore Social is a structured reality show in the model of Keeping Up With The Kardashians or The Only Way Is Essex, following the glamorous lives, loves and conflicts of the lead characters.
Vinesh Nagrani, or Vinny Sharp as he’s known, is one of the two main men in Netflix’s Singapore Social. He is a filmmaker who takes a look at themes which are stigmatised in Singaporean culture. Vinny has a YouTube channel and Vimeo account where he shares his work.
Did Mae go to NYC?
“The last time I was in New York for a holiday two years ago, I left feeling uncomfortable. I felt really small in a big city. That’s why I’ve chosen to move here for a couple of years,” explains Mae.
How did Paul Foster become rich?
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Oil refiner Tesoro bought Paul Foster’s Western Refining for $6.4 billion in 2017; the combined company was renamed Andeavor. … As a teenager Paul Foster got his start in the oil fields, welding pipes, digging ditches, and cleaning tanks.