Ali Wong (Comedian) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Ali Wong

Stand-up comic and actress with a Netflix special called Baby Cobra. She was a series regular in Are You There, Chelsea? and Black Box, and later joined the reboot of VH1’s Best Week Ever. She then starred in ABC’s American Housewife and voiced one of the title characters in the animated series Tuca & Bertie. She co-wrote and starred in the film Always Be My Maybe in 2019.

She was the student body class president at San Francisco University High School before graduating summa cum laude from UCLA with a degree in Asian American studies. She was a member of Lapu, the Coyote that Cares Theatre Company at UCLA. 

She was named by Variety as one of the “10 Comics to Watch” in 2011. She joined the writing team of Fresh Off the Boat.

She is the youngest of four kids born to an anesthesiologist Adolphus and Tammy Wong. She married Justin Hakuta in 2014; they welcomed a daughter in November of 2015. She filmed Baby Cobra when she was seven months pregnant.

She has been a recurring guest on the Comedy Central sketch series Inside Amy Schumer.

Ali Wong Age

How old is Ali Wong? She was born in 1982, she is 42 years old.

Ali Wong Height & Weight

How tall is Ali Wong? She stands 4 feet 12 inches (152 cm) tall.

No weight data is available right now.

Ali Wong Wiki

Ali Wong Wiki/Bio
Famous asComedian
Age42 years old
BirthdayApril 19, 1982
BirthplaceSan Francisco, CA
Zodiac SignAries
Heightapprox. 4 ft 12 in (152 cm)
Net WorthN/A

Quotes by Ali Wong

Writing is the life blood of everything in Hollywood. Without writers, there are no scripts, no acting work.

— Ali Wong

There are certainly other female comics who are moms, but I don’t know any who are actively touring with their kids. But there are more and more becoming moms, and it’s awesome. I feel we’re in a super sisterhood.

— Ali Wong

It’s really strange being in, like, Addison,Texas, and having people come up to me at a Nordstrom’s or a gas station. It’s really, really surreal.

— Ali Wong

I have a B.A. from UCLA. In ethnic studies.

— Ali Wong

My husband and I went to Japan for our honeymoon, and you look at, like, the presentation of the food, and it’s ridiculous. It looks like a Mondrian painting or something. Everything looks like a bunch of little Hello Kitty erasers when you eat a little bento box in Japan. It’s so precise and beautiful and processed and neat.

— Ali Wong