List of Famous people with last name Wu
Michelle Wu is an American lawyer and politician who is a member of the Boston City Council. She is the first Asian American woman to serve on the council. First elected in 2013, Wu has served on the Boston City Council since January 2014. From January 2016 to January 2018, she served as council president—the first woman of color to hold that position. In September 2020, Wu announced her candidacy for the 2021 Boston mayoral election.
Constance Wu is an American actress. She starred as Jessica Huang in the ABC television comedy Fresh Off the Boat (2015–2020), which was her breakthrough role. She has been nominated for two TCA Awards and four Critics' Choice Television Awards for Fresh Off the Boat.
Wu Yifan, known professionally as Kris Wu, is a Chinese-Canadian actor, rapper, singer, record producer, and model. He is a former member of South Korean-Chinese boy band EXO and its subgroup EXO-M under SM Entertainment, before leaving the group in 2014.
Jacky Wu is a Taiwanese television show host, singer, and actor. He hosts numerous variety shows, such as the long running popular Taiwanese variety show Guess.
Wu Kang-ren, also known as Chris Wu, is a Taiwanese actor and model.
Ben Wu, also known as Wu SzuShien, is a Taiwanese singer, actor and television host.
Sandy Wu is a Taiwanese television host, writer and former junior high school English teacher. A graduate of the University of Washington, Wu debuted her hosting career with a Yahoo! entertainment news webshow in 2013 and is a two-time Golden Bell Award winner. She is the eldest daughter of host and singer Jacky Wu.
Hubert Wu is a Hong Kong singer-songwriter and actor.
Daniel Wu Neh-Tsu is a Chinese-American actor, director and producer based in Hong Kong. He is known as a "flexible and distinctive" leading actor in the Chinese language film industry. Since his film debut in 1998, he has been featured in over 60 films. He also starred in the AMC martial arts drama series Into the Badlands.
Leo Wu Lei is a Chinese actor. He is known as the "Nation's Little Brother" in China.
Bowie Wu Fung is a Hong Kong actor and director with family roots in Guangdong, China. A matinee idol in the 1950s and 1960s, he began his acting career in 1953, becoming an overnight success with his debut film, Men's Hearts. In his long career he has starred opposite many of Hong Kong cinema's leading ladies, and of particular note are his many collaborations with Josephine Siao in 1960s musicals. For these roles he earned the nickname the "Dance King" for his dancing skills. In the 1970s Wu Fung began working in television and continues to do so as a contract artist to Hong Kong's TVB, with occasional guest appearances in films.
Melissa Paige Wu is an Australian diver and silver medal winner at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships, the 2006 Commonwealth Games and the 2008 Summer Olympics. She is an Australian Institute of Sport scholarship holder.
Jaushieh Joseph Wu is a Taiwanese politician currently serving as the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China under current President Tsai Ing-wen since 26 February 2018. He was formerly the Secretary-General to the President of the Republic of China and the Secretary-General of the National Security Council of the Republic of China. From 2007 to 2008, he was Chief Representative of Republic of China to the United States as the head of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in Washington, D.C., having been appointed to that position by President Chen Shui-bian to succeed his predecessor, David Lee. On 26 February 2018, he took over the position of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, again succeeding David Lee.
Nicholas Wu Qilong is a Taiwanese singer and actor. He found fame in 1988 when he became a member of the popular Taiwanese band, Xiao Hu Dui, performing alongside Alec Su and Julian Chen. The trio were extremely successful in Taiwan, selling over 15 million albums. During his time with Little Tigers Team, he pursued a solo career, releasing an extensive catalogue of songs, Mandarin and Cantonese albums as a solo artist when member Julian Chen left the group to serve compulsory military service. Wu released his debut solo album in 1992.
Alice Wu is an American film director and screenwriter.
Lisa Wu is an American television personality, actress, realtor, screenwriter and designer. She is best known for appearing on reality series The Real Housewives of Atlanta and Hollywood Divas.
Nancy Wu is a Hong Kong actress contracted to TVB and Shaw Brothers Studio.
Pace Wu is a minor Taiwanese model, actress, and singer.
David Wu, also known by the nickname Wu-Man, is a Chinese American film actor, TV personality and formerly MTV Asia and Channel V video jockey.
Myolie Wu Hang-yee, is a Hong Kong actress and singer. Born in Hong Kong with Guangdong Taishan ancestry, she is signed under for the Hong Kong TVB television station and a singer under contracts with Neway Star. In 2011, she won "Best Actress" for her role in Curse of the Royal Harem, a TVB grand production, "Most Favourite TV Female Character" for her role in Ghetto Justice and also won "Extraordinary Elegant Actress" at the TVB Anniversary Awards 2011, making her the first ever Triple TV Queen of the year. By summer of 2015, Myolie left TVB to explore new avenues.