Ming-Na Wen: Height, Weight, Net Worth, Wiki, and More

Ming-Na Wen


Ming-Na Wen has a stellarly shaped body. Below are all her body measurements, including height, weight, shoe size, dress size, bra size, and more!

Ming-Na was born November 20, 1963 in Coloane, Portuguese Macau. Her notable films are One Night Stand, Prom Night, and BoyBand. In 2015, Ming-Na should be starring in 6 Miranda Drive. But her by far most famous role is currently Agent Melinda May on TV series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Her first husband was Kirk Aanes but they divorced in 1993. Since 1995, Wen is married to Eric Michael Zee.

It always seems like Wen has truly followed her mother’s footsteps in everything. She followed her remarks on voice acting and marked her territory. She got married in 1990 Kirk lanes which is an American film writer, but due to continuous difference, they did not witness a successful marriage, they got divorced in 1993.

Body Measurements Statistics

All Ming-Na Wen’s body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

Body shape:Rectangle
Dress size:2
Breasts-Waist-Hips:33-25-34 inches (84-64-86 cm)
Shoe size:7
Bra size:32A
Cup size:A
Height:5 Feet 4 Inches (163 cm)
Weight:137 lbs (62 kg)
Natural breasts or implants:
Net Worth:$5 Million


Mulan is so important in Chinese folklore – a fearless girl who cared about her family and country so much that she was willing to join the fight and sacrifice herself.

Ming-Na Wen

Growing up as an Asian American in this society, there were a lot of times where you feel isolated or out of place as an Asian. And growing up in White America, that’s absolutely my experience. And I think that’s why I got into acting because I wanted to be anybody else but Asian.

Ming-Na Wen

Being a sci-fi geek, it was just lovely to be on a show where I pretend I’m in outer space. That’s always been my dream: to pretend to be out in space or actually be out in space.

Ming-Na Wen

What I want is the same opportunities as anyone to get a part.

Ming-Na Wen

I was hesitant to do ‘Mulan II.’ For me, I felt like the story that needed to be told, this legendary character of Mulan, was already encompassed in the first movie, and I was worried they would try to create this crazy cartoon character out of this legendary character of China.

Ming-Na Wen