Facts of Ronny Chieng
|Full Name:||Ronny Chieng|
|Net Worth:||$3 million|
|Birthplace:||Johor Bahru, Johor|
|Education:||Australian National University (Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice)|
Ronny Chieng is a Malaysian-Chinese stand-up comedian and actor. Ronny Chieng is well-known for his appearances in a variety of international shows, including ‘Ronny Chieng: International Student,’ ‘Asian Comedian Destroys America!,’ ‘Crazy Rich Asians,’ and ‘The Daily Show,’ among many others.
How old is Ronny Chieng?
Ronny Chieng was born on November 21, 1985, and he is currently 35 years old. His full name is Ronny Xin Yi Chieng, and his native name is. He is from Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia. Ronny comes from a Malaysian Chinese family.
Ronny grew up in both Singapore and Manchester, New Hampshire, in the United States. Furthermore, despite having lived in Australia for a decade, Ronny does not have Australian citizenship or permanent residency status.
Ronny used to live in Johor Bahru and commute to Fuchun Primary School in neighboring Singapore. Ronny then attended Pioneer Secondary School and Pioneer Junior College in Singapore. Ronny later attended the University of Melbourne in Australia. Ronny attended Trinity College at the time.
He graduated from college in 2009 with a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) and a Bachelor of Laws degree. Ronny also earned a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the Australian National University in 2012. Ronny Chieng was a Singapore Sea Scout as a child.
Net Worth of Ronny Chieng
Ronny Chieng’s net worth is estimated to be around $3 million US dollars.
Is Ronny Chieng married?
Ronny Chieng is a husband. Hannah Pham is his wife’s name. Hannah is a Vietnamese-Australian citizen. Furthermore, Ronny and Hannah were married on September 9, 2016.
How tall is Ronny Chieng?
There is no verified information about Ronny Chieng’s body measurements, including his height, weight, chest-waist-hip measurements, biceps, and so on. Ronny, too, has dark brown hair and dark brown eyes.
Career line of Ronny Chieng
- Ronny Chieng is a comedian and actor by trade. He is currently a senior correspondent on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show and the creator and star of the sitcom Ronny Chieng: International Student. In 2017, the latter debuted on ABC (Australia) and Comedy Central Asia.
- The actor rose to prominence after appearing at several comedy festivals alongside Trevor Noah. Ronny is also well-known for starring in his own Netflix comedy special titled Asian Comedian Destroys America! in 2019.
- Ronny cracks jokes about consumerism, racism, and immigrants in this show. Ronny is also well-known for his role in the popular film Crazy Rich Asians, alongside fellow Asian actors Constance Wu and Henry Golding.
- Ronny was named one of the top five up-and-coming acts to watch in 2012 by The Age. Similarly, the Sydney Morning Herald named him one of Australia’s Top 10 Rising Comedians.
- Ronny also began performing comedy in Melbourne in 2009. Since then, the famous comedian/actor has toured four sold-out global stand-up comedy theater tours in various countries. He has visited Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, India, Canada, and London, among other places.
- In addition, the actor was invited to the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal in 2012, 2013, 2015, and 2016. Ronny also made his US television debut in 2015 on Craig Ferguson’s Late Late Show.
- The actor has also sold out his stand-up comedy tours at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the SOHO Theatre in London, the Sydney Opera House, Melbourne Town Hall, the Enmore Theatre in Sydney, the Esplanade concert hall in Singapore, and PJ Live Arts in Malaysia.
- In addition, the actor was invited to open for Dave Chappelle and Bill Burr on their national stand-up comedy tours of Australia. Ronny has also written and acted in several TV comedy shows in Australia. Some of them are Problems in 2012, Legally Brown in 2014, It’s a Date from 2013 to 2014, Kinne in 2015, and others.
- Ronny co-created and starred in his own ABC TV comedy pilot Ronny Chieng: International Student in 2016. (Australia). This show was named “Short Film Production of the Year” at the 16th Screen Producers Australia Awards. It was also nominated for “Best Comedy Programme” at the Asian Television Awards 2016 in Singapore.
- Furthermore, Ronny has toured and recorded four one-hour stand-up comedy specials – The Ron Way in 2012, Can You Do This? No, You Can’t. in 2013, Chieng Reaction in 2014, and You Don’t Know What You’re Talking About in 2015. Ronny has won or been nominated for the following awards: