Inside Lucy Liu's net worth and career: All details are here.
Lucy Liu is an actress and producer. Best known for her role as Alex Munday in the cult hit Charlie's Angels, Liu continues to thrive on her stardom in the franchise. Before catapulting to become a household face as Alex, Liu had already gained the status of an acclaimed actress with her Screen Actors Guild Award for Ally McBeal, in which she played the cold and ferocious Ling Woo.
Since her sweeping success with Charlie's Angels, Lucy has starred in more than 54 films. Her best-known credits are Shanghai Noon, Chicago, Marry Me, Elementary, Southland, and Kill Bill. Liu has since branched her career into producing and has even founded her Moonvision Entertainment production company.
Lucy Liu's Net Worth and Career
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Liu has an estimated net worth of $16 Million. She reportedly rakes an estimated $130 thousand per Episode. The wealth website estimated Liu's annual income to be above $1 Million. The Charlie's Angels alum has amassed the striking amount through her stellar career as an actress and producer.
Liu was nineteen when she was discovered by an agent. Lucy gradually made her way into mainstream cinema from a commercial to a student-run theatre group and soon in the Tina Chan-directed Fairy Bones. After a few unnoticed minor roles, Liu made her big screen debut in the Hong Kong film Rhythm of Destiny. She had a starring role in the sitcom Pearl before she was cast as the iconic Ling Woo in Ally McBeal.
Lucy Liu has an estimated Networth of $16Million. Photo Source: Instagram
In 2000, Liu nabbed the coveted role of Alex in the action-comedy Charlie's Angels, also starring Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz. The Queens-born reprised her role in the 2003 sequel, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, a $259.2 million grosser. Cementing a reputation as a bankable Asian-American star, Liu continued to receive roles in high-budgeted flicks, such as Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill: Volume 1 and 2, crime film Domino, and Kung Fu Panda.
Liu's work profile spans to philanthropy as well. She was the spokeswoman for the charity event Lee National Denim Day for breast cancer research and education. The Kill Bill alum was selected as an ambassador for U.S. Fund for UNICEF.
Lucy Liu is an ardent supporter of same-sex marriage and human rights. Photo Source: Instagram
She made her first Broadway in the Tony Award-winning play God of Carnage as Annette in the second renewal role in March 2010. She has collaborated with Heinz to fight the universal health problems of malnutrition and iron deficiency among infants and children. She is playing the devil Kalypso in the upcoming superhero film Shazam! Fury of the Gods in April 2021.
Lucy Liu's Early Life
Lucy Liu was born on Dec 2, 1968, in Jackson Heights, Queens, New York. She took her middle name, Alexis, in high school. She is the youngest of her other two siblings, born to Cecilia,who worked as a biochemist, and Tom Liu, a tutored civil engineer.
Lucy Liu has a degree in Asian languages and cultures from the University of Michigan. Photo Source: Instagram
Liu recalls growing up in a diverse neighborhood, which endowed the actress with an opportunity to learn Mandarin and English language at home. She went to Joseph Pulitzer Middle School and graduated from Stuyvesant High School. Later she applied to New York and moved to the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Lucy Liu's Relationship Status!
Lucy Liu has had tough luck in her personal life, and ardent fans would know it. Liu usually keeps the men in her out of the spotlight, but there have been plenty of rumors over the years. The actress and George Clooney were rumored to be in item for most of 2000, but no official confirmation was ever issued by any party.
Lucy Liu gave birth to her son Rockwell Lloyd via a gestational surrogate. Photo Source: Instagram
Liu's passionate campaign for same-sex marriage has often raised questions about the actress's sexuality. Although the Kill Bill alum never declared herself gay or bisexual, Liu's ambiguous sexuality, given the actress's many lesbian-inclining statements, and her inconsistent love life, her sexual identity continues to be a question. Liu is a single parent of a son, Rockwell Lloyd, who she gave birth to on August 2015 via gestational surrogate.