Ali Wong Weight Height Eye Color Body Measurements Shoe Size Hair

Ali Wong Weight Height Eye Color Body Measurements Shoe Size Hair Color Bra Size FigureAleaxndra Wong known as now Ali or Ally Wong was born on April 19, 1982, in Pacific Heights, Los Angeles. She was born to a Vietnam immigrant mother, Tam Wong, and an American born anesthesiologist father, Adolphus Wong. Wong was student class body president at San Francisco University High School. she graduated in 2000 and went on to UCLA to study Asian American studies. There, she discovered her love for stage performance during her time with UCLA’s LCC Theatre. Ali was granted a scholarship to further her study in Vietnam after she graduated.

Physical Measurements
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Height Feet: 5′ 3″|| Centimeters: 160CM
Weight Kilograms: 55 kg || Pounds: 121 Pounds
Bra Size Bra Size: 36 C || Cup Size: C
Shoe Size 8 (US) || 38.5 (EU) || 5.5 (UK)
Body Measurements 36-26-24

Ali Wong Weight Height Eye Color Body Measurements Shoe Size Hair Color Bra Size Figure

Ali Wong Weight Height Eye Color Body Measurements Shoe Size Hair Color Bra Size FigureCareer

Ali cut her teeth in stand-up comedy after graduation at the Brainwash Cafe. She was just 23 at the time. Her development would take her to New York where she performed regularly. Sometimes, up to 9 sessions a night. Her relentless comic endeavours earned her a spot on Variety’s “Top 10 Comics to Watch” in 2011. Wong, whose comedy can be defined as “hilariously raunchy”, has also seen her efforts bring her fame beyond the world of stand-up comedy. She has appeared on talk shows like The Tonight Show, Chelsea Lately and comedy tv series like John Oliver’s New York Stand Up Show. She was also on NBC’s Are You There, Chelsea?, and MTV’s Hey Girl in 2012 and 2013 respectively. Beyond that, the comedian is also working on a book. She said the book compiles experiences throughout her life from childhood to adulthood. According to her, the experiences did not feel right for stand-up but were perfect for a book that people could enjoy in their own time.

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“It’s so sexist when people ask me, well, if you’re here, then who’s taking care of the baby? Who the fuck do you think is taking care of the baby? The TV is taking care of the baby, okay? The windows are open, she’s got gummy bear vitamins on her lap, she’s fine.”

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