Nancy Wu Has No Income as Work Gets Postponed

By on March 2, 2020 in Hot Gossip!, NEWS

Nancy Wu Has No Income as Work Gets Postponed

Following rumors of Nancy Wu (胡定欣) leaving TVB and joining Louis Koo’s (古天樂) entertainment agency after her contract ends, TVB has not given the two-time Best Actress winner any new drama opportunities. Since her last series Justice of Bao: The First Year <包青天再起風雲> aired last July, many believes TVB froze Nancy after realizing her intentions to leave the nest. Despite so, Nancy wasn’t too concerned, as she could still make money through public events. However, with many public events canceled or postponed due to the coronavirus, Nancy is out of work.

Currently, she spends most of her time hanging out with friends and taking care of her nephew. She joked on social media that she is forced to take up part-time work in “free” babysitting, as she is helping her brother look after his newborn.

She wrote, “There has been no work and no income lately. But after some hard work, I found a part-time job as a post-partum helper. Although, for this job…there is no income…”

Later, Nancy accepted a phone interview and expressed, “There’s already work organized, but it was postponed because of the virus. They are all oversea events, so I hope it’ll work out soon.”

When the reporter asked if she has to resort to using her savings, she said, “I can still manage!”

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  • 11 comments to Nancy Wu Has No Income as Work Gets Postponed

    1. hazel says:

      I’m pretty sure she has enough money to sustain herself after years of working at TVB, but I wish that TVB would let her go already. She has paid her dues.

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      • wm2017 replied:

        @hazel You are making it sound like she’s at TVB for free? haha lol…And she goes where? In demand from which country?

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        • hazel replied:

          @wm2017 Go in to movies? It’s obvious that she doesn’t want to do TV anymore. TVB should let her leave if they aren’t going to give her any dramas to film.

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        • jimmyszeto replied:

          Wow you are thinking the HK movie industry is a ‘walk in as you wish’ job…

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        • wm2017 replied:

          @jimmyszeto Lol….Exactly. haha…I just finished the movie “Parasite” and even thou I don’t watch much Kdrama series I know one of the cameo or should I be nice and say support role or he’s just guest starring and being nice? Even thou he was only there for what 3 mins playing one of the lead’s son’s classmate? lol…haha I think he is very popular in kdrama land but when you are in movies probably same like any other country. TV stays in TV doesn’t mean you have market in the movie world.
          Not everyone can do movies just like that except for the Line Walker people – all spinning into movies like they are all movie stars. haha lol.. That was just milking up the francise. NW along w/KM probably do not have that ” in demand” in the mainland or movies.

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    2. m0m0 says:

      it’s a good time to get some rest for the people of hk. they work too hard over there

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    3. orchid123 says:

      If Nancy Wu is going to do action movies, yes, perhaps she will have a chance, but definitely not in any dramas. Hong Kong movies are all action movies – undercover, police, triad, detective, etc. All the actors are Tony Leung, Lau Ching Wan, Louis Koo, Nick Cheung, etc. and their movies are all male-oriented.

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      • jayne replied:

        @orchid123 Rumor has it that Nancy was in talks with Louis Koo’s company. If she does sign with his company, Nancy’s opportunities will be similar to Jessica Hsuan, who had also signed with Louis Koo’s company. It’s a quick step into more film roles…although they may not be big roles, but she will be playing opposite big stars. And can still go back to film with TVB when the time allows.

        I think ending a TVB artiste contract these days doesn’t mean the end of all drama collaborations. Jessica Hsuan and Sammy Sum are already back at the station filming. TVB seems more flexible to cast artistes whom they’ve worked with, as the station needs well-known cast to lead their dramas. It’s just a different way to work together, and depending on the artistes’ points in their careers and what they need now, they just choose to find the right company to represent them.

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    4. cutie777 says:

      Wasn’t she traveling alone last time? I wonder how she do that? Traveling is not that cheap.

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    5. scarlett013 says:

      Nancy Wu doesn’t have a movie presence. Very few TVB actors and actresses do..

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    6. nobooo says:

      Everyone’s leaving TVB?? Well good luck with that!

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