Here in this article, you are going to know much more detail about Zhu Zhu which was never shown or revealed by others. Some Unknown Facts about Zhu Zhu are written here in the article with complete Bio Data.
|Real Name||Zhu Zhu|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height||in centimeters- 165 cm
in meters- 1.65 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 5”
|Weight||in Kilograms- 51 kg
in Pounds- 112 lbs
|Date of Birth||19 July 1984|
|Age (as in 2017)||33 Years|
|Birth Place||Beijing, China|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign||Cancer|
|Hometown||Linhai, Zhejiang, China|
|College||Beijing Technology and Business University, Beijing|
|Educational Qualifications||Degree in Electronics and Information Engineering|
|Debut||Film: What Women Want (2011, Hollywood)
Tubelight (2017, Bollywood)
TV: MTV China (2005)
|Family||Father– Zhu Hanbin
Mother– Not Known
Brother– Not Known
Sister– Not Known
|Hobbies||Horse riding, swimming, singing|
|Favourite Food||Chinese cuisine|
|Favourite Actors||Daniel Day Lewis, Colin Firth, Jackie Chan, Jiang Wen|
|Favourite Actresses||Meryl Streep, Barbara Streisand, Kate Winslet, Mildred Pierce|
|Favourite Films||Factory Girl, Breakfast at Tiffany’s|
|Favourite Directors||Wes Anderson, Woody Allen|
|Favourite Perfume||Orange Blossom by Jo Malone|
|Boys, Affairs and More|
|Affairs/Boyfriends||Lapo Elkann (Italian entrepreneur)|
Some Lesser Known Facts About Zhu Zhu
- Zhu Zhu drinks as well as somkes.
- Her name has a renowed meaning. Zhu’s name is pronounced as ‘Jhu Jhu.’ Her first name or her surname Zhu means Red, whereas her second name or her name Zhu means Pearl, i.e. Red Pearl.
- She was a born musician. She started playing piano at the age of 3. She is a fine singer and has won a singing competition in Beijing and reached the 3rd place at the national level, after which she became popular.
She directed, wrote and acted in an English play called ‘Beauty and the Beast’ in her school.
- She worked as a VJ in China’s MTV channel.
- She considers Meryl Streep as her inspiration.
- Zhu has played the lead role in the American TV series ‘Marco Polo.’