Nelson Wong is a Canadian actor who is known for his works in movies like Ships in the Night: A Martha's Vineyard Mystery, Arrow, Mostly Ghostly: One Night in Doom House. He often features in Hallmark channel movies too.
Is Nelson Wong Married? What's His Relationship Status?
Nelson Wong is most possibly single, not in lovey-dovey with anyone at the moment. There have never been any rumors of him dating anyone in the media.
On his social media, the talented actor has never introduced anyone as his partner. It's highly unlikely that the "Recipe For Love" actor has married in his life. Speaking about his sexuality, he is openly gay.
Most of the time, he remains busy with his work shooting on set. He also teaches acting and improvisation to young actors at Haven Studio in Vancouver.
Nelson Wong's Net Worth And Salary
Nelson Wong has a net worth of $500,000 from his career as an actor and comedian. According to an online report, an actor receives an hourly pay of $20.69 in Canada. If a person remains busy in a year, he can receive $41,438 annually. Experienced actors like the New Zeland born should earn a lot more than the average payroll.
Over the years, Wong has featured on many big and small screens. In the 2016 R.L. Stine authored fantasy horror-book based film "Mostly Ghostly: One Night in Doom House," he shared the screen alongside actors Corey Fogelmanis, Sophie Reynolds, Jamie Kennedy, Andrew Herr, Anne Marie Deluise, and others.
Check out the clip of Nelson Wong's featured movie "Mostly Ghostly: One Night in Doom House!"
The Canadian has appeared in numerous Hallmark movies like "Christmas The Plaza," "Ships In The Night," "Hope At Christmas," "A Timeless Christmas," "I Do, I Do, I Do," etc.
Quick Facts: Nelson Wong
- Nelson Wong was born in New Zealand but grew up in Canada.
- His father is from Canton, China, while his mother is from Hong Kong.
- He has two older sisters: Anna Wong and Lorna Wong.
- While growing up, Wong wanted to become a comic book illustrator.
- Nelson often studies improvisation with Vancouver comedy legend David C. Jones.
- He made his screen debut in MVP: Most Vertical Primate, where he appeared as a hockey player.