Kelly Hu Wealth

How Rich is Kelly Hu?

Kelly Hu Net Worth:
$15 Million

Kelly Hu Wealth

Kelly Hu – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $15 Million
Date of birth: February 13, 1968 (56 years old)
Gender: Female

Kelly was born February 13, 1968 in Honolulu, Hawaii. It’s hard to believe, that she’s already 46 years old. She definitely doesn’t look her age. In fact, most of her revealing scenes came later in her career. She posed for Maxim and played hot Cassandra on The Scorpion King movie at age of 34. Her costume in Scorpion King consisted of small metal pieces and revealed a lot from her perfect body measurements. Some of her fans might surprise a fact, that Kelly Hu never married so far.


She started her career by modeling in Japan and Italy. The actress gain popularity after appearing in a series of advertisement cream cheese. Kelly plays the role of a college student named Kaori. After moving to Los Angles, the actress started her acting career. The first time she guests appeared in sitcom Growing Pains as Mike Seaver’s.

How Rich is Kelly Hu
Kelly Hu is looking great as ever, and has a net worth of 15000000 dollars. Remarkable!

Personal Life

The actress was in-relationship with Gordon Gilbertson but for a short period. In 1996, the actress started dating Ahmad Ali Moussaoui. The couple separated two years. The actress is currently Dating Mitch Allan since 2010.


“I wasn’t sure what I was getting into when I signed on to work with a wrestler.”

— Kelly Hu

“It’s fun being able to suit up and go and kick butt and not have to worry about memorizing dialogue. It’s a whole different way of acting because you’re not depending on the words at all, you’re really depending on everything else that you have.”

— Kelly Hu

“I’m also taking singing classes as well, not that I ever plan to sing in public in my entire life. I actually have a phobia of singing, so I decided to take some singing lessons to help me get away from the phobia.”

— Kelly Hu

“You’d think that I’d be dieting, but I’m not.”

— Kelly Hu

“I also have some Chinese weapons, but I like the Japanese sword the best.”

— Kelly Hu