Daniel Wu: Height, Weight, Net Worth, Wiki, and More

Daniel Wu Height Weight


What’s the height and weight of this lovely actor? Daniel Wu has a gorgeous body, to be sure. Below is a list of all his known body measurements and more!

Daniel Wu made his on-screen acting debut in 1998 and since then he has gone on to achieve great success not only in the Chinese film industry but also worldwide. He first started martial arts training after seeing the action film stars like Jet Li and Donnie Yen but didn’t actually have any ambitions of becoming an actor himself. Years later, he began working as a model and just a few months later, was cast for his first film role. Ever since making his debut back in 1998, Daniel has gone on to star in over 60 films, most of which have managed to earn both the critical acclaim and the commercial success. In addition to acting, he is also deeply involved in directing and producing. After enjoying decades of success as a movie star, Wu finally made his television debut in 2015 with the hit series, Into the Badlands. Aside from starring in the series as Sunny, he serves as its executive producer too. Along with acting, he holds a keen interest in music too and once remained a member of the boy band, Alive. Now moving from his professional career to towards the personal life of Daniel Wu, he previously dated actress Maggie Q while in 2010 he married model Lisa Selesner.

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

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Height:5 Feet 11 Inches (182 cm)
Weight:172 lbs (78 kg)
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Net Worth:$20 Million


What we did with ‘Tai Chi Zero’ and ‘Tai Chi Hero’ was break down the martial-arts genre and make it younger, hipper, and kind of cooler for the younger kids.

Daniel Wu

If you’re down to 6% body fat, which I’ve done before, you burn out really quickly. Like, in a couple hours, you’re pretty much done, and then you’re useless.

Daniel Wu

Because my master was this renaissance man, I wasn’t just learning a fighting style, I was learning how kung fu permeates all aspects of life, from eating to healthy living to mental state.

Daniel Wu

At Diversion, we want to do genres that people are not doing – or, if we’re doing genres that people are doing, to do them in a fresh way.

Daniel Wu

To do eleven fights in four months is pretty crazy. In some shows that we do in Asia, there are three or four fights over a six-month period, so you have time to recover and gain your stamina.

Daniel Wu