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Stephanie Ho was born on 2 November, 1992 in San Jose, California, United States, is a Singer, Actress, Golfer. At 28 years old, Stephanie Ho height is 5 ft 1 in (157.0 cm).

Now We discover Stephanie Ho's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of net worth at the age of 30 years old?

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Occupation Singer, Actress, Golfer
Stephanie Ho Age 30 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 2 November 1992
Birthday 2 November
Birthplace San Jose, California, United States
Nationality Hong Kong

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Her husband is Fred Cheng (m. 2020)

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Stephanie Ho Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Stephanie Ho worth at the age of 30 years old? Stephanie Ho’s income source is mostly from being a successful Singer. She is from Hong Kong. We have estimated Stephanie Ho's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Net Worth in 2021 Pending
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On 11 March 2020, Ho released her first single as an independent singer, "致有夢想的人", written and produced by Cousin Fung.


On 28 June 2019, Ho released her first single in two years, 包庇 (Tear Can't Speak), working with well-known music producer, Schumann (舒文). On October 8, she released "我會想念他" (Thoughts Of Love) as the ending theme song of Finding Her Voice.

On 30 November 2019, she posted on Instagram announcing she had ended her contract with Voice Entertainment.

After being inactive in filming dramas for a year, she announced she would be participating in a new drama, Finding Her Voice, which aired in October 2019.


Since 2011, she was a professional golfer, but in December 2017, she officially changed from a professional golfer back to an amateur golfer to give herself more chances to participate in local competitions. She consequently announced she would be participating in an amateur golf competition. On 3–5 January 2018, she competed and won the Hong Kong Ladies Close Amateur Championship for the second time after winning it in 2009, and played her first golf competition since 2010. She was invited to play in the 2018 Hong Kong Ladies Open alongside childhood best friend and LPGA player Tiffany Chan. After making her comeback in golf, she also returned to her position as a Hong Kong National Golf Ladies' Squad Team representative.

On 17 June 2018, she performed as a special guest at William So's Father's Day Concert in New York City. On 9 September, she also performed as a special guest at Johnson Lee's Daikin Family Concert. On 22 December 2018, she held her first concert with boyfriend, Fred Cheng, in Los Angeles.


On 6 April 2017, Ho admitted her relationship with fellow singer, Fred Cheng. On 1 January 2020, Stephanie and Fred announced their engagement along with pre-wedding photos on Instagram. Later in the day they also announced more details ; Fred proposed while they were on holiday in Thailand and they will be holding their wedding overseas at the end of the year.

On 31 March 2017, Ho posted on Instagram that she would be resigning from upcoming drama My Ages Apart due to private illness. Days later, she admitted on Instagram that she had been suffering from emotional illness as she received tremendous pressure from the public regarding her private life and health. While being interviewed at an event on 31 December 2017, she said that she had recovered from depression but was still taking medication.

On 24 January 2017, she released her second album, Lost In Love, which reached No.1 Album in Asian Pop at HMV. It also came in 1st runner-up in the KKBOX Top Albums of 2017. In March, she sang a duet with Fred Cheng, "真心真意" (With All My Heart), as the theme song for Married but Available. In May, she sang "我不會撒嬌" (I Would Not Pout) as the opening theme song for My Unfair Lady. The music video received more than 1 million views in less than a month. It topped Itunes, KKBOX, JOOX, MOOV charts as well as achieving a gold song award at the annual JSG Awards Presentation 2017. It is also one of the Top 10 HK Youtube Music Videos of 2017. On June 24, she released "愛近在眼前" (In Front Of Love) as the ending theme song for Legal Mavericks. It is also the second part of her hit song "愛需要勇氣" (Love Takes Courage). She has received nominations for all drama songs in award ceremonies.

Currently, Ho is mainly developing in the singing and acting industries. She has said that she prefers to focus on and prioritise music, but also enjoys filming dramas, which often helps her gain recognition. As she is talented in singing, acting and golfing, she has been pointed out as multi-talented by the public. In 2017, her image was often attacked by the media due to her relationship with Fred Cheng, although she desired to keep her relationship low-profile.


In 2016, she continued to be cast in dramas such as Love as a Predatory Affair and Dead Wrong, giving her audience a good impression and performance. In 2017, she participated in Recipes to Live By, and received a Best Supporting Actress nomination at the 2017 TVB Anniversary Awards. She was offered a supporting role in the anniversary drama, My Ages Apart,but had to resign after filming a few scenes due to mental illness. Despite her illness, she went to Hengdian to film Succession War, playing the role of Gurun Princess Hexiao which later aired in June 2018.

Besides acting, Ho also hosts variety, comedy, travel and musical shows. In 2016, she hosted many episodes of I Heart HK with host Eric Tsang as well as many other actresses and actors. In October 2016, Ho, Fred Cheng and Kayee Tam went to Alaska to film travel show, Anchors With Passport 3, which aired in February 2017. In October, she was one of the hosts of the magical show, The Ultimate Street Sorcerer, collaborating with renowned Hong Kong magician Louis Yan.


When filming Raising The Bar, Ho became best friends with Jeannie Chan and Moon Lau. She also shared an apartment with Jeannie Chan for a year (2015-2016). She is also close with others in the entertainment industry including Anjaylia Chan, Cheronna Ng, Winki Lai, Sisley Choi, Kandy Wong, Venus Wong, Grace Chan, Joey Law, Dickson Yu and William Chak. In the music industry, she is close friends with Alfred Hui, Hubert Wu, Kayee Tam, James Ng, Sophy Wong, and Jason Chan.

On 21 September 2015, Ho went public with her relationship with Korean-Japanese boyfriend, Wataru Yu. In mid-late 2016, she announced their breakup.

The following year, Ho ended her contract with MusicNext and signed with Voice Entertainment. She officially joined on 24 March 2015 but did not release her first single with the company until 2016 due to her busy schedule of filming dramas. After releasing 最真心一對 (True Lovers), she received lots of support and positive feedback and continued to sing many drama theme songs. In November, she starred in the drama Dead Wrong as well as singing the ending theme song, "愛需要勇氣" (Love Takes Courage), which topped multiple charts and rose to popularity. In the 2016 TVB Anniversary Awards, she was nominated for Favourite TVB Drama Theme Song for "愛需要勇氣" and reached Top 3 out of 38 nominations. In the JSG Awards Presentation 2016 she received a gold song award for "愛需要勇氣" and an outstanding performance award.


When Ho was 16, she entered Hong Kong's The Voice in 2009 as a contestant, which started off her singing career. Although she didn't win, she gained fame and support from the public and also received an award for being in the Top 5 viral songs sung on the show. She signed to MusicNext and released her first single "淚如鐵" in 2013 and debuted in 2014, achieving multiple best new artist awards. She released her first album, STEP, on 28 November 2014.

In 2014, she scored her first major role in Gilded Chopsticks, acting alongside Wong Cho-lam (王祖藍), which allowed audiences to recognize her as an actress. In 2015, she acted as one of the four main leads in the legal drama, Raising The Bar, as well as singing the opening theme song "我和你" (You & I). While filming the drama, she became best friends with her co-stars, Jeannie Chan, Moon Lau and Grace Chan, and also received a Best Supporting Actress and Most Popular Female Character nomination at the 2015 TVB Anniversary Awards.


Ho started playing golf when she was 6, and entered many tournaments. At the age of 10, she joined the Hong Kong National Golf Team, and later became a Hong Kong Ladies Champion Golfer, but stopped playing when she was 18. In 2009, she was the record winner of the Hong Kong Ladies Close Amateur Championship. In the 2010 Asian Games, she ranked 26th out of 30 in the individual event and 8th out of 10 in the team event. She also played on the Hong Kong team at the Espirito Santos Trophy (World Amateur Championships) in 2010.


Stephanie Ho (Chinese; 何雁詩, born 2 November 1992) is a Hong Kong singer, actress and golfer. She is currently signed to TVB management. She is also a current Hong Kong National Golf Ladies' Squad Team representative.