Julia Hsu Biography

Biography by Published on Updated on 30 Nov, 2018
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Date of Birth: 1986
Birth Nation: Taiwan
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Julia Hsu is a Taiwan actress who earned millions of fans for her debut role, Soo-Yung in the 1998 American action comedy film, Rush Hour. Her career, however, was short-lived as she did not proceed with her Hollywood career after that. Though she appeared in 2001 short film Three Exits, Julia has not made any appearances since then.   

Early Life And Career Of Julia Hsu 

Julia Hsu was born in 1986 in Taiwan but later moved to Texas along with her parents, Pasquale Bellucci and Brunella Briganti. She also has a sibling named, Randy Bart.

During her early days, she always seemed to be interested in acting. She is an amazing actress and earned millions of fans for her debut role.   

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She got a chance to act with Hollywood's action icon and Hongkong's superstar Jackie Chan in the 1998 movie Rush Hour as Soo Yung. The movie was directed by Brett Ratner, which was a commercial and critical success.  

After a long time, Hsu was featured in 2001 the short Selena Chang directorial film, Three Exits as Theresa. She was cast along with Cathleen Chin, Phil Hawn, Ming Lo and others. After that, she has not appeared in any Hollywood project.  

Julia Hsu’s Net Worth

Julia Hsu has earned a huge amount of money from her work in movies. As of 2018, the exact amount of net worth is yet to be revealed, however, as per some online sources, it is believed to be over than a million.    

Moreover, her movie, Rush Hour was made with the budget of $35 million and was able to accumulate a tremendous amount of $244.4 million at the box office.  

Julia Hsu’s Personal Life

Julia Hsu is yet to be married and possibly single at present. She has been incredibly quiet about her private affairs, especially when it comes to her dating life and boyfriend.     

She is active on social networking sites, mainly Twitter and has 4.2K followers as of November 2018.