Olivia Cheng is a Canadian actress, a former correspondent for Entertainment Tonight Canada, and a television journalist. She attributes her ability to speak Mandarin to this, as well as her respect for her culture. Her upbringing influenced her breakout role in the Weinstein Company-produced series Marco Polo (2014), which debuted on Netflix in December 2014.
Olivia Cheng is 43 years. She was born on August 20, 1979, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Olivia Cheng has at least one former relationship. Olivia Cheng hasn’t been married before. She was born to Cantonese-speaking Chinese immigrants in Edmonton, Canada. Our records show that she is childless.
Olivia attended the University of Alberta after high school, where she received a scholarship and was given early admission to the program’s commerce track. She didn’t enjoy her time at university, so the next year, she enrolled in NAIT’s Radio and Television Arts program, which helped her launch a lucrative media career.
Olivia Cheng has an estimated net worth of $950,000 as of 2022.
- She had her first acting class when she was six years old, but she didn’t book her first commercial until she was nineteen, long before she became renowned.
- After enrolling at the University of Alberta to study commerce, she later transferred to the NAIT’s Radio and Television Arts program because she was disappointed with the field.
- She is a founding member of the organization One Asian, which promotes education and female emancipation for people of Asian descent.