The Life of China's Wealthiest Working Actress, Vicki Zhao
Apr 08, 2016 11:24
Vicki Zhao is only 40-years-old and she's already the wealthiest actress. She's also a pop singer, film director, commercial model and a successful investor. Not to mention, she's super hot too. What is she not?
She's known as China's show-business Warren Buffett.
Along with her husband, they are worth an estimate $1 billion, which is mostly madde up of stock from Alibaba Pictures ion a deal she struck with billionaire Jack Ma in 2014.
They also have real estate, a French winery, and a Singaporean jewelry retailer.
Zhao's career include commercial modeling, promoting over 120 of the world's recognizable luxury, fashion, and technology brands.
Zhao was a kindergarten teacher at the age of 17 when a film director came looking for extras in her town.
By 20, she had an excellent career already and even got into the Beijing Film Academy with a Masters in Directing.
She had her big break in "My Fair Princess" and became the youngest actress to win a Golden Eagle award - equivalent to an Emmy.
At 40, she's already recorded seven Mando-pop albums.
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