Nget Rady has been practising as a lakhaon khaol dancer since 1999, specialising in the monkey role of this Cambodian classical male masked dance form. He graduated with a BA in Choreographic Arts from the Royal University of Fine Arts in Phnom Penh in 2013.
Rady has toured as a classical and contemporary dancer to Europe and throughout Asia. He has been featured in multiple contemporary works including CRACK by German choreographer Arco Renz (2012 ZKB Patronage Prize, Zurich), and Temporal Pattern by Hiroaki Umeda (da:ns Festival Singapore, 2013). He has also created original works, including The Feeling for Street Children and short dance film called Forward. In 2017, Rady performed in the inaugural Southernmost: One Table Two Chairs Project in Singapore.