How Rich is Constance Wu?

Constance Wu Net Worth

Hos much is Constance Wu worth?

The uncategorized has amassed a net worth of $8 million.

Constance Wu – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $8 million
Date of birth:
Gender: Female
Height: 163

Biography – A Short Wiki

Constance Wu, the very beautiful actress who’s driven us all crazy since her Crazy, Rich Asians were last seen in the movie Hustlers in late 2019. Her breakthrough role as Jessica Huang in Fresh off the boat on the ABC channel since 2015, has surely got you thinking about her. She was later appreciated for her role in the comedy-drama movie ‘Crazy Rich Asians’, for which she was nominated for the Golden Globe Awards. She was also included in the annual list of Time 100 for most influential people in the world.


She has been acting since 2006, although her breakthrough role was as Jessica Huang in Fresh off the boat. She got extremely famous with her Superhit rom-com Crazy Rich Asians and also the very popular Hustlers, which is also one of her biggest successes. She appeared in various episodes of Law & Order, Torchwood and Covert Affairs, and also worked in a soap-opera named ‘One Life to Live,’ which aired in 27. When she came to New York, she suffered from a major heartbreak, which made her even more serious towards her work.

Constance Wu Wealth
Constance Wu is looking great as ever, and has a net worth of 8000000 dollars. Remarkable!

Personal Life

The mystery of her personal life has been unsolved since forever. She’s known to be single living happily with her pet rabbit Lida Rose in Los Angeles. She’s an activist known to be very vocal about Asian representation in the US entertainment industry and demands diversity. She got major recognition when the #StarringConstanceWu came into the trending section. The whole meme was adapted by the Asian-American activists, where her entire role was highlighted in the industry.


“If you watch any show that stars white people, white people aren’t coming up to them like, ‘Thank you for showing my face on the big screen.’ Because they see their faces in popular culture all the time.”

— Constance Wu

“I wish reporters were more in tune to the difference between the Asian experience and the Asian-American experience. I think often they lump the two together and think that when I talk about Asian-American narratives that they can cite ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’ or ‘Mulan’ as proof of concept when it’s a different experience.”

— Constance Wu

“I’m okay with not having a super-secure lifestyle because if you’re doing what you like, you don’t need stuff to fill any empty holes.”

— Constance Wu

“Make sure your work is never results-oriented. The result is a byproduct of the work, in a way.”

— Constance Wu

“I was emotional. I wanted to be taken seriously. I was pretty emo. I was reciting Shakespeare monologues when I was 10. I still know the whole ‘To be, or not to be…’ monologue, because I knew it when I was 10.”

— Constance Wu

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