Height: 5’3” / 160 cm
Weight: 110 lbs / 50 kg
Shoe size: 6 / 36, 5 (EU)
Dress Size: 0 US
Bra Size: 32B
Body Measurements: 34-23-34 in / 86-58-86 cm
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Brown
Lucy Liu can serve as a role model for each woman. She is perfectly fit in her “more than 40” age, can boast with successful career and happy personal life.
Lucy was born in a friendly family of Chinese immigrants. She was a brilliant student and remains a well-educated person. The actress got Bachelor Degree in Asian Languages in 1990.
Lucy had never thought about becoming an actress, but during her last year of studying she won the leading role in school play “Alice in Wonderland”, although her Asian type of appearance hadn’t been considered as suitable for this part. From that moment Liu believed, she could become an actress.
People all over the world love Lucy Liu movies and TV series. Most popular of them are “Ally McBeal”, “Charlie's Angels”, “Lucky Number Slevin” etc. One of her recent screen works is the role of Joan Watson in “Elementary” series.
Lucy Liu is a beautiful woman with an attractive body shape and smart neat face. The star looks perfect due to regular Pilates workouts, running in the morning and gluten-free diet, which she used to keep earlier.
Liu has a son Rockwell, born via surrogate. She was condemned for that decision in social media. Now the star enjoys her motherhood and ignores public opinion.
Name: Lucy Alexis Liu
Date of Birth: December 2, 1968
Place of Birth: Queens, NY, USA
Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius
Education: New York University, Stuyvesant High School, University of Michigan
Lucy Liu is currently dating Will McCormack. They have been together since 2004.
Her previous relationships:
1) Actor George Clooney (boyfriend in 2000)
2) Screenwriter Zach Helm (were engaged in 2003-2004, but broke up)
1) Son Rockwell Lloyd Liu (born in 2015 via surrogate)
Awards and Honors:
MTV Movie Award in 2001 and in 2004
Hobbies and Interests: Pilates, fitness, meditation
Favorite Food: Sushi
Favorite Drink: Juices and lots of fresh water every day