Who is Liv Lo?
Liv Lo was born on 21 May 1985, in Taichung, Taiwan, and is an actress, television personality and former model, best known for hosting shows such as “Star World Asia”, “Fox Sports Asia”, and “Xing Kong”. She also made an appearance in “Asia’s Next Top Model”, and was a part of the series “Point of Entry”. She is the wife of Malaysian actor Henry Golding.
The Net Worth of Liv Lo
How rich is Liv Lo? As of late-2018, sources estimate a net worth that is over $1 million, earned largely through a successful career on television. She’s also increased her wealth through modelling, and it’s also very likely elevated thanks to the success of her husband. As she continues her career, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life and Education
Liv’s biological father is of Italian descent, but she never got the opportunity to meet him as she was raised by an adoptive father. Her mother is Taiwanese and she grew up with one sibling in that country, in a bilingual household. and didn’t have a problem when it came to learning English.
As a child, she travelled around Asia and often spent time with her father who was a music producer, and she and her sister became interested in working in the entertainment industry. The opportunity allowed her to live and work in several countries, and she credits the experience as one that helped her gain more exposure to various cultures, which according to her, is a wise thing to do. After matriculating from high school, she attended Temple University in Japan and completed a degree in Mass Communications. During her time there, she also took her first step towards the entertainment industry, by trying her hand at a modelling career.
Transition to Other Projects
Lo stayed in Japan for the next eight years doing modelling work, then decided to move to Singapore in 2012. Around this time, she got one of her first notable acting projects, in “Point of Entry”, a police procedural drama based on real life cases. She also made cameo appearances in a few films, but didn’t really gain a lot of attention until she started hosting for “Fox Movies Asia”, covering various entertainment-related events and conducting red carpet interviews.
Aside from her television appearances, she also forayed into yoga, becoming a certified instructor before creating FitSphere, a website focused on fitness and yoga which aims to provide low impact bodyweight exercises, among many other things. She also works with Reebok as a fitness instructor and a brand ambassador, and became one of the leading fitness personalities from Singapore, appearing in numerous YouTube videos related to Yoga. She has appeared in interviews alongside her husband Henry Golding, and the couple have also appeared in publications in Malaysia and Singapore.
Husband – Henry Golding
Henry began his career in 2009, appearing in a few television shows and films but never really attracting attention until 2014, when he became the host of the BBC series entitled “The Travel Show”. The program is the successor of “Fast Track”, and uses various correspondents around the world to provide insights into the world of travel. He is based in Kuala Lumpur, and his work covers South-East Asia.
In 2018, he was cast in one of his biggest projects, the Hollywood film entitled “Crazy Rich Asians” which is based on the 2013 novel of the same name by Kevin Kwan. The plot of the film is about an American professor who travels to Singapore to meet her boyfriend’s family, only to discover that they are one of the richest families in the country. The film received a lot of positive reviews for its production, performances, and screenplay, the first to feature a majority of Asian American cast members, and is the highest grossing romantic comedy in a decade. The fame he generated saw him then cast in the film entitled “A Simple Favor”, which follows the story of a small town vlogger who tries to solve the disappearance of her best friend.
Relationship and Marriage
According to various reports, Liv met Henry at a mutual friend’s birthday party in Singapore. She mentioned that she made the first move and started talking with him as they crossed each other’s’ path. They stayed close for a year, and then started a relationship.
After four years together, he then proposed to her in Thailand, where they were in a restaurant that was specially prepared for their engagement. He also arranged a special engagement ring, inspired by the design of the teardrop cut diamond. They married later in the year, 2016 and have been happily married since.
They often travel from Taiwan to Los Angeles due to the nature of the duo’s work. They’ve been seen in public together, appearing in events to, and were featured in the February 2018 edition of “Harper’s Bazaar Malaysia”. They were asked in an interview if they were going to have children any time soon, but said that they have not decided yet. They often change their minds and it is likely because of their careers that they are not yet seriously considering it.