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Biography - A Short Wiki

Constance Wu’s breasts can be described as petite. Are they real or is it breast implants? Find out down below!

Short BioConstance was born In Richmond, Virginia but moved to New York to study acting. Her first movie was Stephanie Daley in 2006 where she played Jenn. Young Wu appeared also in One Life to Live, Covert Affairs, and Deadly Revenge. In 2015, her fans will be very happy since Constance got one of the main roles in new TV show Fresh Off the Boat. That should boost her career. We wish her luck!

Body Measurements Table

All body measurements and statistics of Constance Wu, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, hips, and weight.

Body shape:Banana
Dress size:4
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 35-24-35 inches (89-61-89 cm)
Shoe size:unknown
Bra size: 34A
Cup size:A
Height: unknown
Weight: 127 lbs (58 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Natural

Quotes

I don’t aspire to just play things that are like me. Whether the accent is Taiwanese or British or Canadian – that is the very craft in which I was trained. It is my absolute privilege and honor to do that.

Constance Wu

My family is Chinese-Taiwanese. I’m from Richmond, Virginia. The community in which I grew up was pretty white. The storybooks you got at school featured white children and an animal, or animals, and as you got older, the novels you were assigned were about, like, the problems of white boys and their dogs.

Constance Wu

My first Asian role model was Michelle Kwan. Her beauty comes from within. She’s also really beautiful on the outside. But when I first saw her ice-skate, her performance was so moving and beautiful that she just glowed.

Constance Wu

All the networks have always been willing to have ethnic people as the third or fourth lead or the best friend to the white person. But to actually let a black family or an Asian family carry a show, that’s something where there hasn’t really been a precedent set in terms of a real financial gain.

Constance Wu

Listening to an underserved population is how you begin to understand them and serve them better.

Constance Wu