Simu Liu Net Worth Estimate:
Simu Liu net worth is currently estimated as being at about approximately $19 million dollars USD. The majority of Simu Liu net worth has come only very recently due to his phenomenal success as the star of the recent Marvel Cinematic Universe film Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
Who is Simu Liu?
Simu Liu is an actor, Martial Arts expert, and stunt man from Canada whose big break occurred in 2021, thanks to being cast in the lead role of Shang Chi in the hit Marvel Cinematic Universe film Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, released by Disney.
Prior to being cast as Shang Chi, Simu Liu was known for his work on a variety of Canadian television series, including the role of Jung Kim on CBC TV’s hit family situation comedy that centered on a Korean family, Kim’s Convenience, which ran for sixty-five episodes from 2016 to 2021.
Simu Liu is also known for appearing on the Canadian TV drama, Blood and Water, for which he received a Canadian Screen Actor Award nomination and an ACTRA Award nomination, as well as the hit Syfy and then Amazon Prime sci fi series The Expanse.
Simu Liu’s Career
Simu Liu’s acting career first kicked off primarily and exclusively in the stunt department. Some of Simu Liu’s earliest credits include his stunt work for the music video I Could Be the One by the musical artist Avicii, as well as for Guillermo del Toro’s epic blockbuster sci fi kaiju film Pacific Rim.
Simu Liu also did stunt work on Canadian based CW shows such as the 2014 remake of the ABC night time drama Beauty and the Beast, and the 2012 remake of the cult spy show Nikita (based on La Femme Nikita). Simu Liu did additional stunt work for the NBC reboot series Heroes Reborn and Sic: Survive the Night.
Simu Liu’s first big acting break happened in 2015, when the serialised Canadian crime drama show Blood and Water cast him in a major role, Paul Xie, that included multiple appearances.
Due to his excellent performance on this series, the Canadian Screen Awards and the Association of Canadian TV & Radio Artist Awards gave him nominations for best recurring actor on a television series.
All of this acclaim led to later that year when Simu Liu was cast as the lead in what was to become a very popular situation comedy about a Korean family called Kim’s Convenience, based on a famous play. Simu Liu played the titular role of Jung Kim.
Kim’s Convenience itself went on to get multiple awards and award nominations. The Canadian Screen Awards awarded it their prestigious Best Comedy Series award in 2018, and the Seoul International Drama Awards awarded it their Most Popular Foreign Drama award in 2019.
Simu Liu stayed with the show for all 6 years it was on the air.
While filming Kim’s Convenience, Simu Liu also took on the role of Faaron, an analyst who used to work for the American Central Intelligence Agency, on Taken, a TV series that acted as a prequel to the popular series of films starring Liam Neeson
Meanwhile, Simu Liu also made appearances on the hit Canadian sci fi shows Orphan Black and Dark Matter, as well as The Expanse, a Syfy and then Amazon Prime show filmed in Toronto. Simu Liu also showed up on the show Slasher and Bad Blood, a Canadian miniseries.
Simu Liu also showed up on the Asian American sitcom Fresh Off the Boat for the ABC Network, and on Awkwafina is Nora from Queens.
In 2019, however, Simu Liu was cast in by far his biggest role and the one that would forever change his career, namely that of Shangi Chi in the Marvel Cinematic Universe superhero film Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
The film was a huge commercial and critical success and expanded Simu Liu net worth and fandom hugely.
Upcoming projects with which Simu Liu are involved include Bright: Samurai Soul, an anime film being developed for Netflix, the Greta Gerwig film Barbie, and Hello Stranger, a thriller.
In addition to his work as an actor and stunt man, Simu Liu is also interested in creating film himself. In addition to starring in the short film Open Gym, he also took on the roles of writer, director, and producer for the project. Open Gym had its official debut at Toronto’s Reel Asian International Film Fest.
After that success, Simu Liu went on to write, direct, and produce a number of other film shorts, the most notable perhaps being Crimson Defender vs The Slightly Racist Family, and Meeting Mommy. As a result, Simu Liu ended up starting a production company of his own, called 4:12 Entertainment.
In addition to the short films Simu Liu had made up to that point, he also ensured that 4:12 Entertainment produce some full length features as well.
Simu Liu also wrote an episode of Blood and Water, which he did during his tenure as a recurring character on the show.
This inspired him to continue to do other writing. He wrote a number of non fiction pieces, one for Maclean’s Magazine that he has expanded into a memoir called We Were Dreamers: An Immigrant Superhero Origin Story, and another for Variety about the rise and trauma of anti Asian hate crimes.
In 2017 and 2018, Hello! Magazine dubbed Simu Liu one of both their fifty most attractive Canadians and twenty five hottest single men in the country. In 2021, Men’s Health Magazine devoted its cover to Simu Liu. Simu Liu was their first East Asian male cover model since Jet Li a full ten years previous to him.
All of these huge successes have of course been crucial to Simu Liu net worth getting to be as impressive as it is.
Simu Liu’s has also gotten great acclaim for his stage work. When appearing in a revival of the play Banana Boys, Simu Liu and the rest of the cast he performed the play with received a nomination for Outstanding Ensemble by the Dora Mavor Moore Awards in 2016.
Simu Liu: Early Life
Simu Liu was born on the nineteenth of April in the year 1989 in Harbin, the capital of Heilongjian, in China. Simu Liu lived in Harbin with his parents and grandparents until he was five years of age. At this point, Simu Liu and his parents immigrated to Canada, moving to Kingston, Ontario.
Simu Liu’s family settled in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, and this is where young Simu Liu grew up. As a teenager, Simu Liu received his education at the University of Toronto high school. Upon graduating, Simu Liu attended the University of Western Ontario’s Ivey Business School.
At this school, Simu Liu majored in business administration and after 4 years, graduated with honors in the year 2011. Upon leaving school, Simu Liu put his business administration degree to work, finding work as an accountant. Simu Liu was not satisfied with this, however, and soon grew bored.
This led to Simu Liu seeking other avenues of fulfillment in life, eventually settling on the idea of leaving accountancy and instead trying to be an actor as well as a stunt man in order to make money and have a more satisfying time with his life. This ended up helping to grow Simu Liu net worth and fame.
Simu Liu’s Personal Life and Family
Simu Liu is not married at the present time, nor as far as we know, does he have any children, but he is believed to currently be romantically involved with a woman called Tina Jung.
Simu Liu’s Social Media Influence
Simu Liu has an impressive social media presence, with a healthy number of followers on all of the major platforms, particularly Instagram and TikTok. His large widespread social media influence helps Simu Liu net worth continue to grow.
Simu Liu has an official public verified Facebook account. On his official public verified Facebook account, Simu Liu has over sixty nine thousand eight hundred followers. Simu Liu’s profile biography on Facebook reads, “My parents still wish I were a lawyer or something.”
Simu Liu mainly uses his Facebook account to post photos of himself and with his friends and family, as well as to post post links to articles, news, and interviews that he’s involved with or are about him.
Simu Liu in recent months has also been using his Facebook account to plug the release of his upcoming memoir, We Were Dreamers: An Immigrant Superhero Origin Story, about the story of his young years and how he went from a young boy in China to a Canadian immigrant and then international superstar superhero.
Simu Liu has an official public verified Twitter account. Simu Liu’s official public verified Twitter account has the Twitter handle @SimuLiu. Although the name includes two upper case letters, Twitter’s system is not case sensitive, however, so his name can also be located by entering it in the the search all lower case.
On Twitter, Simu Liu currently has over nine hundred and two thousand followers. On Twitter, Simu Liu himself is following only seven hundred and twenty two accounts in return as of the present time.
Simu Liu mainly uses his Twitter to post his thoughts and feelings, as well as to discuss his career, projects he’s involved with, other upcoming Marvel productions, political things that mean a great deal to him, as well as to plug his upcoming memoir, We Were Dreamers: An Immigrant Superhero Origin Story.
Simu Liu has an official public verified Instagram account. Simu Liu’s official public verified Instagram account has the Instagram handle @simuliu, all lower case, unlike on his Twitter account.
Instagram is by far Simu Liu’s most popular social media platform. On Instagram, Simu Li has approximately two and a half million followers as of the present time. Simu Liu himself is following approximately one thousand one hundred and twenty people as of the present time.
Simu Liu mainly uses his Instagram to post photographs of himself, and with his friends, family, and acquaintances, as well as screen shots of various articles and interviews he’s done, promos for various projects he’s involved with, plugs for his memoir, We Were Dreamers: An Immigrant Superhero Origin Story, etc.
Simu Liu does not have an official public LinkedIn business profile page. This is however not surprising, given the sort of business networking that LinkedIn provides doesn’t tend to be of use to an actor in the entertainment industry who is at the level of success as Simu Liu currently is.
Back when he was an account, Simu Liu would have been more likely to have a LinkedIn account.
With that said, should the situation ever change and Simu Liu decide to sign up for an official public LinkedIn business page in the future, we will be sure to update you with that information here on this page. Our goal is to provide the latest information about Simu Liu net worth, life, and career.
Simu Liu has an official public verified TikTok account. Simu Liu’s TikTok account handle is @simuliu, all lower case, as on his Instagram. Simu Liu’s TikTok has one and a half million followers as of the present time, not a bad number despite being a million lower than his Instagram. Simu Liu also has nearly 11 million likes.
Simu Liu’s TikTok is full of short video clips of him posting funny messages to his fans, posing in various martial arts positions, making jokes, and so on and so forth.
Simu Liu: Height, Weight
Simu Liu’s height is not a matter that is currently in the public record, however it is currently estimated to be about 6 feet tall, or 180 in centimeters, or 1.8 in meters. Simu Liu’s weight is not a matter that is currently in the public record, however it is currently estimated to be about 176 pounds, or 80 kilos.
Simu Liu’s hair color is black. Simu Liu’s eye color is dark brown.
Simu Liu Net Worth & Bio Summary
|Real Name||Simu Liu|
|Place of Birth||Heilongjian, China|
|Occupation||Actor, Martial Artist|
|Net Worth Estimate||$19 Million|