Recipient of the Rising Star award at the Asian World Film Festival following her role
in the James Gunn written and directed DC Comics and Warner Brothers film "The Suicide Squad" as the character Mongal, a malevolent, orange muscular alien who doesn't play well with others. You may already recognize Ng from the character Orana in the DC Comics film Wonder Woman, as the Amazon charging into action off the cliff in the movie trailers. Ng also has an impressive fitness background as both a black belt Martial Artist and Figure Competitor representing Singapore in the USA Arnold Classic.
Daughter to a Singaporean Chinese father and British mother, Mayling's appeal goes beyond her exotic looks and strong warrior guise and physique. Born in the UK, she spent her early years in Tenerife, Canary Islands before moving to Singapore and now calls California home. Growing up in diverse continents has led Mayling to hone her understanding of various cultures, which she couples with her passion and pursuit to advance her acting career. Her previous film work also includes Universal Pictures "The Scorpion King" and the Hong Kong/Hollywood co-production "Lady Bloodfight". She also has a lead role in "Legend of the White Dragon" which is set for a 2022 release.
Ng brings a unique global perspective to the film industry that is fast getting the attention of studios playing fierce characters in nearly a dozen features films so far while performing her own action scenes. She is certified in 9 Kung Fu weapons, halfway through the virtuosity of the Shaolin 18 weapons arsenal.
Mayling now resides in Los Angeles, often traveling to Europe and Asia whenever and wherever work dictates.