Constance Wu’s Height, Weight, Body Measurements, Biography

Constance Wu Height Weight


There’s something alluring about Constance Wu and her body. All of the actor’s known body measurements are summarized below!

Constance was born In Richmond, Virginia but moved to New York to study acting. Her first movie was Stephanie Daley in 2006 where she played Jenn. Young Wu appeared also in One Life to Live, Covert Affairs, and Deadly Revenge. In 2015, her fans will be very happy since Constance got one of the main roles in new TV show Fresh Off the Boat. That should boost her career. We wish her luck!

She was born and bred in Richmond, Virginia and would later live in Los Angeles, California. She has a rabbit named Lida Rose. In December 2020, she welcomed a daughter with her boyfriend Ryan Kattner.

She plays the on-screen wife of Randall Park’s character in Fresh Off the Boat.

Body Measurements Statistics

All Constance Wu’s body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

Body shape:Rectangle
Dress size:4
Breasts-Waist-Hips:35-24-35 inches (89-61-89 cm)
Shoe size:N/A
Bra size:34A
Cup size:A
Height:5 Feet 4 Inches (163 cm)
Weight:127 lbs (57.5 kg)
Natural breasts or implants:
Net Worth:$6 Million


I’m constantly paranoid that I’ll be unemployed for the rest of my life… and have to go back folding shirts at the Gap, which you know… you gotta do what you gotta do.

Constance Wu

My dad got a job as a professor at Virginia Commonwealth University. He teaches biology and genetics. My dad has been obsessed with science his whole life. Both my paternal grandparents were illiterate bamboo farmers, so he really worked his way up and then got a Ph.D., full ride and everything, from universities in America.

Constance Wu

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

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