Lim Siu Min

Malaysian TV producer extraordinaire Lim Sui Min is steadily taking her homegrown production house Double Vision international


Lim Siu Min is the head of production at Double Vision, one of Malaysia’s largest and award-winning production houses which is behind many local TV series and programmes. She is credited for taking the company regional and for producing the highly acclaimed Asian adaptation of the hit crime series, The Bridge.

Min Lim, as she is more often referred to, grew up on TV production sets. She interned at Double Vision when she was 14, running errands as a production assistant while her father was the chairman. After working in Shanghai for some time, she returned to helm production at the company, proving her mettle by working hard and bringing in bigger projects by co-producing with big players in the region like Indonesia and the Philippines.

Then came a huge milestone for the company: the production of The Bridge, which Min Lim took two years to get off the ground. The series became such a huge hit that not only was it followed with a season two, but was the first Malaysian production to make it onto HBO Asia.

Also a writer, Min Lim wrote and produced I Am Woman, a series that tells the life stories of women who work in male-dominated fields, from a stunt woman and a martial arts fighter to an underwater welder. With international projects in the works, including collaborations with the UK and another with the US, Min Lim seems well on her way to realising the vision to produce shows on an international level.

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Min Lim is the fourth-generation member of a family business that spans media, property development, and power.  

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