Nicholas Tse Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Nicholas Tse Net Worth $50 Million Dollars
Nicholas Tse Net Worth: Nicholas Tse is a Hong Kong singer, songwriter, musician, performer, and entrepreneur that has a net worth of $50 million. Nicholas Tse was born in Hong Kong in August 1980. He starred in the film Young and Dangerous: The Prequel in 1998 and won a Hong Kong Film Award for Best New Performer. He founded Post Production Office Limited in 2003 as well as the special effects business grosses more than a billion Hong Kong dollars annually. He released his debut album My Approach in 1997 and also released records in 2000 and 2001. He’s starred in ads for Pepsi, Coca Cola, and Sony. A wax statue of Tse was shown as Madame Tussauds Shanghai display in 2006.
October 15, 1976
5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Composer, Actor, Musician, Singer-songwriter, Entrepreneur, Record producer, Businessperson
Established Post Production Office Ltd., a film and video post-production and digital intermediate facility in Hong Kong, in 2003 with his partner Yeung Man-kit. However, Tse made his founder identity secret for 8 years until made public in April 2011.
Turned down a role in Dragon Ball Evolution but later regretted his decision upon finding out that Yun-fat Chow would be starring in it.
On September 29, 2006, showed off his wedding ring at the Hong Kong International Airport, announcing he and Cecilia Cheung were married in a secret wedding ceremony in the Philippines.
On August 2, 2007 he became the father of his new born son named Lucas Tse (Xie Zhenxuan).
Posed for renowned Singaporean photographer Leslie Kee for Kee's 2006 charity photo-book "Super Stars", dedicated to the victims of the 2004 Asian tsunami disaster, which consists of photographs (mostly erotic) of 300 Asian celebrities by Kee.
Learned martial arts for the screen by Jackie Chan stunt team leader Chung Chi Li. Still practices martial arts for screen and television. Recently learned wing chun for a new TV series. 
Father is Yin Tse. Mother is Deborah Dik. Sister, Ting-Ting (Jennifer).
Driving license revoked after being caught in an illegal street race in Hong Kong (2003).
Took a half year off to find himself. He re-emerged in March 2003 with a new album and also some upcoming film projects.
Has a few pets (tortoises, geckos).
Can speak a little Japanese since he spent some time in Japan taking vocal lessons.
Languages spoken: Cantonese, English and Mandarin.
Convicted by the Hong Kong Court for obstruction of justice. Jail term (2 weeks). [October 2002]
Had a relationship with Chinese singer, Faye Wong.