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Facts of Ali Wong

Ali Wong, an America born actress, stand-up comedian, and writer has earned herself huge fame and fortune from her versatile career. She is famous for her Netflix stand-up specials Baby Cobra and Hard Knock Wife while Wong’s notable TV appearances include American Housewife, Are You There, Chelsea?, Inside Amy Schumer, and Black Box. 

Professional since 2005, Ali is estimated to have a net worth of around $3 million currently. Moreover, her career as a writer also aided her earnings too. Get details on Ali Wong’s net worth, asset, income source, salary, expenses, lifestyle, and personal details.

Ali Wong’s Net Worth: Income Source & Earnings

With the successful career of over 13 years, Ali Wong stands to be in the list of millionaire celebrities. As of March 2019, Wong owns the estimated net worth of around $3 million.

Back in 2018, her fortune was recorded to be $2.5 million while in 2017, it was allegedly $1.2 million-$2 million.

Indeed, the main source of Ali Wong’s income is her prominence in acting, stand-up comedy and writing career. Moreover, her earnings from endorsements aids on the worth growth.

For a fact, the actress cum comedian’s husband Justin Hakuta, a businessman owns the net worth of around $1.5 million-$1.8 million.

Well, Wong is yet to climb up in the list of $100 million ownership like the comedians like Jeff Foxworthy and Ray Ramano owning $100 million and $130 million respectively. Though her proficient career does promise the opportunities of massive million dollars in the future.

Salary From Acting, Stand-Up Comedy & Writing

Along with stand-up comedy, Ali has made her landmark in acting making the debut via American sitcom Breaking In (2011). Till date, Wong has appeared in many TV series such as Are You There, Chelsea? (2012), Inside Amy Schumer (2014-2015), Black Box (2014) and American Housewife (2016-Present).

Well, sources report that Ali makes $15,000-$25,000 per episode from American Housewife. Since the sitcom already has 63 episodes, so it makes the total possible pocketed income of Wong from the series to be $945,000-$1.575 million.

 

Actress cum Stand-up comedian Ali Wong
Actress cum Stand-up comedian Ali Wong

And also, she has released stand-up comedy special with Netflix: Baby Cobra (May 12, 2016) and Hard Knock Wife (May 13, 2018).

Moreover, Ali Wong wrote the first 4 seasons of the sitcom Fresh Off the Boat. However, Ali’s actual payroll is not out.

As reported, a comedian in the United States makes the average salary of $30,000 per year while a screen writer’s median salary is $77,000. So, she surely makes more than the average.

Movie Gross Collection

FilmRoleBudgetGross Collection
Savages (2012)Claire$45 million$83 million
The Angry Birds Movie (2016)Betty Bird (voice)$73 million$352.3 million
The Lego Ninjago Movie (2017)General Olivia (voice)$70 million$123.1 million

Well, Ali Wong’s upcoming 2020 film Birds of Prey is under filming.

No information on Ali’s payroll for the movie credit is out, but she allegedly accumulated massive monetary benefit though.

Did You Know? Peter Dinklage, who owns $15 million net worth, voiced Mighty Eagle in The Angry Birds Movie.

Endorsement Deals & Business Venture

For now, the reliable report on Ali Wong’s endorsement deals is not out. No doubt, with her Instagram followers over 1 million, Wong would make a nice cut promoting products.

As per Influencer Marketing Hub, Wong can sum up to $2,159-$3,598 per sponsored Instagram post.

Besides this, Ali Wong also makes a lot of money from online Merch Shop. It features varieties of accessories such as printed cups, T-Shirt, and handbags, covering the range of $20-$100.

Asset, Lifestyle & Expenses

Wong currently lives with her husband and 2 children in Culver City, California. Meanwhile, the worth of her house and purchase detail is undercover. Also, the actress cum comedian also owns a property in New York City.

Some online sources cite the Ali Wong’s homes are worth hundreds of thousand dollars. Well, the average house in New York is $294,200 while a California house costs from $538,000 with the insurance premium of $1,287 and $1,360 respectively.

Besides this, Wong probably owns an impressive car collection from her massive earnings, though is yet to disclose the detail.

She does live a lavish lifestyle; making expenses on costly wears and travels.

Tax Payment

On top of Ali Wong’s expenses, the tax policy certainly has a significant attraction. As per calculation from Smartasset.com, the actress who owns houses in New York and California will have to pay 1.925% and 0.793% of the asset’s worth value as property tax.

Moreover, she also has to pay the income tax, that can take $19,625 as income tax upon her $100,000 annual earnings.

Ali Wong’s Personal Details: Age, Family, Education & Married Life

Born to father Adolphus Wong and mother Tammy Wong in San Francisco, California, Ali Wong is the youngest of 4 children. She holds American nationality and is of Asian ethnicity.

She was born on April 19, 1982, that makes her age 36 as of March 2019. Her height is 5 ft 3 inches (160 cm).

Following her graduation from San Francisco University High School in 2000, Ali Wong enrolled at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and majored in a BA in Asian American Studies in 2004.

Wong is a happily married woman and currently lives with her husband Justin Hakuta. Her husband Justin is a businessman by profession and is the son of Ken Hakuta aka Dr. Fad, an inventor and TV personality.

Wong and Hakuta married on November 27, 2014, following 4 years of their first encounter at a wedding of mutual friends in 2010. Together, the duo shares 2 daughters. Their first daughter Mari Hakuta was born in November 2015 while the identity of the second daughter born in December 2017, is a secret.

Also Read: Net worth, asset, salary and lifestyle of comedian Seth Rogen

Updated On Wed Aug 14 2019 Published On Sat Apr 06 2019 By Chandra Rana Magar

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