After their short-lived five-year marriage, Yang Mi (杨幂) and Hawick Lau (刘恺威) parted ways in 2018, with them sharing the custody of their daughter Noemie, or “Little Sticky Rice”. Since then, Hawick’s dad Lau Dan (刘丹) revealed that Hawick has turned down many jobs in order to take care of the 4-year-old, and is thus appearing less onscreen!
160 Million Yuan Net Worth
Veteran actor Lau Dan spilled that Hawick has been turning down numerous job offers to care for Little Sticky Rice. The 46-year-old has reportedly returned home from China a month before the Lunar New Year, with plans to spend three months in Hong Kong with his daughter before he returns to work.
According to reports, Hawick has a reported net worth of 160 million Chinese yuan, from dabbling in real estate since starting out his entertainment career, thanks to his keen investment foresight. Having built a name for himself in the Chinese market by starring in many C-drama productions, he has since amassed sizeable earnings and acquired many properties in Hong Kong. The properties he owns, including the prestigious Po Shan Mansions in Mid-Levels West, are estimated to have a combined market value of over 200 million Hong Kong dollars, putting him ahead of fellow celebrities Ada Choi (蔡少芬) and Rain Li (李彩华).
Hawick’s romantic history include rumors with many leading co-stars, including May Kwong (邝文珣) and Bernice Liu (廖碧儿). Later, he also dated Raga Ngan’s (颜颖思) sister Regine for a year and model Jaymee (邓慧琦) for two years. In 2011, he was rumored to be dating co-star Yang Mi in the drama Ru Yi <如意>. This was initially denied by both celebrities, who later surprised entertainment circles with a shotgun wedding, and welcomed their daughter in 2013.
When Hawick was hit by rumors of spending time alone in a room with co-star Angel Wang (王鸥) on three occasions in the year 2016, Yang Mi had then spoken up for her husband, and expressed her complete trust in him.