Constance Wu Biography: Net Worth, Husband, Age, TV Shows, Movies, Height, Daughter, Instagram, Boyfriend, Hustlers, Baby, Wikipedia

Biography of Actress Constance Wu

Constance Wu (who born 22 March, 1982) is a talented and prolific Chinese-American actress and TV personality. She’s known to give the best in all she does and her talents have announced her beyond her imagination.

She has also been added on Time magazine’s list of the Top 100 Most Influential People In The World in the year 2017.


Aside being featured on that list, this salient actress Constance Wu has enjoyed many accolades, including nominations for a Golden Globe Award, four Critics’ Choice Awards, and a Screen Actors Guild Award and two TCA Awards.

Profile Summary

Birth NameWú Tiánmǐn
Popularly calledConstance Wu
Date of birthBorn 22 March, 1982
Age40years in 2022
Place of birthBorn and raised in Richmond, Virginia, in the United States Of America.
Net WorthUS$6 million
ParentsFather: Fang-Sheng Wu
ChildRyan Kattner.
HusbandNot married
BoyfriendBen Hethcoat
Height 1.52m

How old is Constance Wu?

Wú Tiánmǐn, popularly known as Constance Wu, was born on the 22nd day of March in the year 1982. She was born and raised in Richmond, Virginia, in the United States Of America. She is aged 40 years in 2022.

Actress Constance Wu parent

Fang-Sheng Wu, is her father and he’s is a biology and genetics professor at the Virginia Commonwealth University, and her mother is a computer programmer. Constance Wu had once revealed in one of her interviews that her paternal grandparents were so poor, and they worked very hard as bamboo farmers just to feed and clothe.

Actress Constance Wu

Adding to that, Constance also hinted that her paternal grandparent was unable to read and write. She comes from a family of four, and she is the last child of her parents.

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Constance Wu graduated from the Douglas S. Freeman High School in Henrico County; following her graduation, she started a career is acting, performing in a local theater. She also participated in a six-month program at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute during high school.

Later on, Constance Wu later graduated from the State University of New York at Purchase’s Conservatory of Theatre Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in the year 2005.

She also studied psycholinguistics, and she also considered pursuing a graduate degree program in speech pathology at Columbia University.

Relationship Life

In December 2011, the star actress (Constance Wu) met another Hollywood actor named Ben Hethcoat. She and Ben Hethcoat dated for seven years before parting ways in February 2018.

Actress Constance Wu

In the same year, in the month of November, Constance Wu spoke out about online trolls and harassment. According to the actress, she received a lot of backlash and swear words from “Asian trolls” for dating Ben Hethcoat, who is a white man.

Actress Constance Wu child

In the year 2020, Constance Wu gave birth to her first child, a girl, with her boyfriend, simply known as Ryan Kattner.


Constance Wu made her first official movie debut as a supporting actress in a film titled Stephanie Daley, which premiered back 2006. She then got another supporting role in another film titled Year of the Fish and The Architect. This further boosted her career.

She has also appeared in multiple episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and she got a recurring role as Laudine Lee on the ABC soap opera titled One Life to Live in the year 2007. In an interview session, Constance Wu disclosed that she deliberately decided to relocate to Los Angeles from New York in 2010 after a heartbreak.

While she was there In Los Angeles, Wu made a debut as a cast in a film titled Sound of My Voice, directed by Zal Batmanglij. From 2012 to 2017, Constance Wu was cast in a web series titled EastSiders.


Net Worth

She makes her income through her professions without no much criticism. Constance Wu has been able to accumulate an estimated net worth of US$6 million.

Social Media

Instagram: @constancewu
IMDb: Constance Wu


Stephanie Daley
The Architect
Year of the Fish
Sound of My Voice
Watching TV with the Red Chinese
Best Friends Forever
Taylor Manifest
Deadly Revenge
Electric Slide
My Mother Is Not a Fish

Actress Constance Wu attempted suicide after 2019 social media backlash

Actress Constance Wu returned to Twitter for the first time in 3 years to address her break from acting and announce the release of her new book Making A Scene. She revealed on Thursday July 14, that she attempted suicide after experiencing social media backlash three years ago.

The 40-year-old ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ star faced a torrent of criticism in 2019 over remarks she made on Twitter about the sitcom ‘Fresh Off the Boat,’ in which she starred in.

The star had tweeted: “So upset right now that I’m literally crying. Ugh. F**k.” Constance also replied to a fan and noted that the renewal of the show was not good news for her. To add to this, she also took her thoughts on Instagram as he wrote on her story: “Dislike.”

A day later, amid a bit of a firestorm, she clarified that the renewal conflicted with another project that “would have challenged me as an artist…People ‘assumed’ that that meant I don’t love and enjoy FOTB. But I do love and enjoy it. I hope you believe me….

It’s meaningful when you make the choice to believe women.” The explanation only seemed to inflame the ire surrounding

After online shaming from users who called the remarks disparaging, and a message from another Asian American actress who called Wu “a blight on the Asian American community,” Wu said she decided to take her own life. She wrote;

“I was afraid of coming back on social media because I almost lost my life from it: three years ago, when I made careless tweets about the renewal of my TV show, it ignited outrage and internet shaming that got pretty severe.“

I felt awful about what I’d said, and when a few DMs from a fellow Asian actress told me I’d become a blight on the Asian American community, I started feeling like I didn’t even deserve to live anymore. That I was a disgrace to AsAms [Asian Americans], and they’d be better off without me.“

Looking back, it’s surreal that a few DMs convinced me to end my own life, but that’s what happened. Luckily, a friend found me and rushed me to the ER.” She added that the response to the tweets caused her to “reassess” her life. Wu said;

AsAms don’t talk about mental health enough.“While we’re quick to celebrate representation wins, there’s a lot of avoidance around the more uncomfortable issues within our community,” she said.

“Even my tweets became a subject so touchy that most of my AsAm colleagues decided that was the time to avoid me or ice me out.” Wu, who currently stars opposite Chris Pratt inThe Terminal List, concluded her post on Thursday stating that she feels “OK enough” to return to social media.

She said; “After a little break from Hollywood and a lot of therapy I feel OK enough to venture back on here (at least for a little bit).”

Wu previously stated that her negative reaction to the “FOTB” renewal came because it meant she had to “give up another project that I was really passionate about.” She further clarified the intention behind her tweet in an August 2019 interview with The Los Angeles Times, calling herself “dramatic.”

“Fresh Off the Boat” ended its six-season run in February 2020.

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