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Who is Lisa Wu?
Lisa Wu was born on the 23rd January 1973, in Inglewood, California USA, and is a multitalented personality, musician, dancer, actress and reality TV star, best known to the world for her appearance in the reality TV show “The Real Housewives of Atlanta”, and in “Hollywood Divas”. She is also known as the ex-wife of the musician Keith Sweat.
Lisa Wu Wiki: Early Life and Career Beginnings
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Rise to Prominence
Lisa made her acting debut in 2003, in the role of Sharon in the drama film “Black Ball”, then after a short break as she became more focused on her family and the reality TV show “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” (2008-2011), returned to acting in 2010 with a minor part in the TV series “Meet the Browns”. Since then she has featured in a number of projects, most notably in the romantic drama film “First Impression” in 2014. Most recently, she was cast in the film “Providence Island” (2017) and is now working on several films, including “Professor Mack” and “London Mitchell’s Christmas”, both scheduled for release late in 2018.
An Accomplished Author
In addition to her work on screen, Lisa is also good with words; she has published a variety of books, and has authored a book in collaboration with Miasha Coleman, entitled “When the Cake is Made”, which will be made into a film in the near future, though there are no exact details.
Lisa Wu Net Worth
Although she spent a long time searching for herself in a variety of performing arts, she has managed to leave a trace in every area. So, have you ever wondered how rich Lisa Wu is, as of mid- 2018? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Wu’s net worth is as high as $100,000, which is pretty decent, don’t you think?
D bout Lisa’s Personal Life, Marriage, Husband, Children?
Lisa has managed to expand her popularity to social media platforms, especially Instagram and Twitter. Her official Instagram page has over 200,000 followers, with whom she has shared details from her personal life, including pictures with her new boyfriend, among other posts. Lisa can also be found on Twitter, on which she has close to 125,000 followers, and has used this social media network to promote her newest career endeavors, including the announcement of the film “Providence”, among many other posts. So, if you aren’t already a fan of this prominent personality, then this is a fantastic opportunity for you, just skip over to her official pages.
— lisa wu (@1LisaWu) June 12, 2014
Lisa Wu ex-husband Keith Sweat
Now that we have covered all major details about Lisa, let’s share some information about one of her ex-husbands, musician Keith Sweat.
Born Keith Douglas Sweat on the 22nd July 1961 in Harlem, New York City, he is a singer, songwriter, and record producer, best known for his R&B and soul-styled songs, including “Twisted”, “Nobody”, and “I‘ll Give All My Love to You”. His career has spanned four decades and 12 studio albums, with “Keith Sweat” from 1996 being the most successful as it went four times platinum. Other notable releases include “Make It Last Forever” (1987), and “Still in the Game” from 1998.
Her second husband was Ed Hartwell, a retired NFL linebacker who played eight seasons in the NFL, switching from team to team, without any notable result. Born as Edgerton ‘Ed’ Hartwell II, on the 27th May 1978, he was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the fourth round of the 2001 Draft, and remained in the team until 2004. He then played for the Atlanta Falcons, Cincinnati Bengals and Oakland Raiders, ultimately retiring in 2010 after an unsuccessful stint with the Las Vegas Locomotives.