Table of Biography
- 0.1 Julia Hsu is a well-known Taiwanese actress. Julia Hsu is well known for her role as Soo-Yung in the American film Rush Hour, in which she starred in 1998. Her career, in any event, was short-lived, as she didn’t continue in Hollywood after that. Even though she had an appearance in the short film Three Exits in 2001.
- 1 Early life
- 2 Body measurement
- 3 Social Media
- 4 Professional career
- 5 Julia Hsu – Awards
- 6 Julia Hsu – Net Worth
- 7 Relationship Status
Julia Hsu is a well-known Taiwanese actress. Julia Hsu is well known for her role as Soo-Yung in the American film Rush Hour, in which she starred in 1998. Her career, in any event, was short-lived, as she didn’t continue in Hollywood after that. Even though she had an appearance in the short film Three Exits in 2001.
Julia Wan-Ping Hsu best known as Julia Hsu was born on 1st April 1986, in Taiwan. As of now, she is 36 years old and she is a citizen of Taiwan. Moreover, her zodiac sign is Aries and she belongs to Taiwan ethnicity.
Additionally, she is the daughter of Pasquale Bellucci (father) and Brunella Briganti (mother). Moreover, she has a brother whose name is Randy Bart. In her childhood, she and her family moved to Texas where she and her brother spent their childhood life.
She has been interested in acting since her childhood age.
Talking about her academic qualification, she completed her bachelor’s degree in Business Cinema-Television. Again, she also completed her master’s degree in Business Administration from the UCLA Anderson School of Management.
Julia is 5 feet 2 inches tall and has black eyes and black color hair. Besides that, there is no more information regarding Julia Hsu’s weight and other body measurements.
Julia Hsu is pretty active on Twitter and Instagram. On her Instagram, there are more than 36k followers, and on Twitter, there are more than 4k followers.
Julia got a chance to work on a Hollywood movie in 1998. In the 1998 movie ‘Rush Hour’, she appeared as Soo Yung along with Hong’s superstar and action icons Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker.
She rose to fame almost immediately after the film’s release, but she chose not to continue her career and only made one more appearance in 2001, as one of the lead characters alongside Cathleen Chin and Phil Hawn
in the short film “Three Exits,” which was directed and written by Selena Chang.
After that, she followed other interests and worked as a Senior Human Resource Business Partner at Snap Inc. in Santa Monica, where she started in November 2018. She worked for several organizations before joining Snap Inc,
including Hulu, Signa, and DirecTV, among others.
Julia Hsu – Awards
She earned the American Physical Society’s (APS) LeRoy Apker Award for excellent achievements in physics as an undergraduate student while at Princeton in 1985.
After a nomination from the APS Division of Materials Physics, she became a Fellow of the American Physical Society in 2001.
She became a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 2007 and a Fellow of the Materials Research Society in 2011.
It was both for “contributions to understanding relationships between materials structure and electronic properties at the nanoscale through careful experimentation and technique development, as well as for leadership of the materials research community”.
In 2018, she received an award as an Honorary Fellow of the Technical University of Munich. In 2020, she became an Honorary International Chair Professor at the National Taipei University of Technology.
Julia Hsu – Net Worth
Julia Hsu’s career in the entertainment world was short but successful. Moreover, her innocent and cheery portrayal of Soo Yung won the hearts of many. According to some online sources, she has an estimated net worth of more than $100,000.
This retired actress is single and unmarried. Moreover, she has not spoken about her past and present relationship status in public yet.
When a Taiwanese rapper with the same name appeared on the scene, many people mistook her for Julia from “Rush Hour.” They were all mistaken, though, except for the name, the two had nothing in common.