Alexandra Dawn “Ali” Wong is an American comedian, actor, and writer who was born on April 19, 1982. Her Netflix stand-up specials Baby Cobra (2016), Hard Knock Wife (2018), and Don Wong (2018) are her most well-known works (2022). She acted in the film Always Be My Maybe (2019), as well as wrote and produced it.
Alexandra Dawn Wong was born on April 19, 1982, in the Pacific Heights district of San Francisco, California, to a family of four. Tam “Tammy” Wong, her Vietnamese mother, moved to the United States from Hu in 1960 to work as a social worker. Adolphus Wong (1937–2011), her Chinese-American father, was an anesthesiologist who worked at Kaiser Permanente for 30 years.
Ali Wong Divorce Story:
Ali Wong and Justin Haukta have decided to divorce.
Wong’s agent confirmed to People on Tuesday that he and Hakuta are separating after eight years of marriage.
“It’s amicable,” an insider told the newspaper, “and they’ll continue to co-parent lovingly.”
Wong and Hakuta have two children, Mari, six, and Nikki, five.
When he was a student at Harvard Business School in 2010, the “Always Be My Maybe” actor, 39, met Hakuta, also 39, at a friend’s wedding celebration.
Wong joked about how she “ensnared” her now-estranged spouse due to his position as a Harvard student during her 2016 comedy show “Baby Cobra.”
The official announcement of their Divorce:
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“The first thing I discovered about him was that he was a Harvard Business School student at the time,” she explained. “And I thought to myself, ‘Oh, my God, I’m going to catch his ass.’ I’m going to catch him!’ And I originally caught his attention by delaying kissing him until the fifth date, which was an uncommon move on my side.
“However, I did it on purpose because I knew he was a good guy.”
The now-divorced couple has two kids together.
Wong and Hakuta, who was previously vice president of GoodRx, married in a ceremony in San Francisco in 2014. She subsequently disclosed in her biography that she signed a prenuptial agreement before marrying, which prompted her to start her own business.
She remarked, “My father constantly complimented ‘the talent of dread.'” “And that prenup terrified the living daylights out of me.” Finally, being compelled to sign that prenup was one of the best things that could have occurred to my career.”
Ali Wong’s Net Worth in 2022:
Ali Wong’s estimated net worth is $3 million. She made money as a comedian, actor, and writer in the United States.