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Vaan Nguyen was born on 18 April, 1982 in Ashkelon, Israel, is an Israeli writer, poet, actor, filmmaker and social activist. At 38 years old, Vaan Nguyen height not available right now. We will update Vaan Nguyen's height soon as possible.

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Occupation Poet, journalist, PR, filmmaker
Age 38 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 18 April 1982
Birthday 18 April
Birthplace Ashkelon, Israel
Nationality Israeli

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Vaan Nguyen Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Vaan Nguyen worth at the age of 38 years old? Vaan Nguyen’s income source is mostly from being a successful Poet. She is from Israeli. We have estimated Vaan Nguyen's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Source of Income Poet

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2011

Nguyen worked as a model for L'Oreal in a campaign for hair color, and was the house model for the Lichtenstein hair salon. She participated in fashion layouts in the "Maariv" teen magazine, and "Yedioth Aharonoth". She also appeared in fashion designer Petite A's 2011 catalog.

2005

Van Nguyen appeared in a feature documentary film called The Journey of Vaan Nguyen (Israel 2005) by filmmaker Duki Dror. The film follows Nguyen's trip with her father back to Bong Son in central Vietnam in order to try and reclaim the family's land and property. The movie also features commentary from Nguyen's blog, which became renowned in the Israeli blogosphere.

2003

In addition to her roles as an actor, Nguyen has appeared in several television commercials. In 2003–2004 Nguyen hosted several lifestyle episodes of lifestyle television series on "Teva Ha-Dvarim" TV channel, and in 2005 was a hosted some editorial episodes on blogTV.co.il.

2002

In 2002–2003, she wrote a weekly column for "Zman Tel Aviv" newspaper, and then became a writer for Maariv.

1982

Vaan Nguyen (in Hebrew: ואן נויין; birth name: Nguyễn Thi Hong Vaan; b. April 18, 1982) is an Israeli poet, actress, journalist and social activist.

1979

In 1979, Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin granted 180 Vietnamese refugees Israeli citizenship, Nguyen's parents among them. They were settled in the desert town of Sderot, but moved from place to place for several years. Nguyen was born during this time, in the southern city of Ashkelon. The family eventually settled in Jaffa, where Nguyen and her four sisters grew up.

1977

Nguyen is the daughter of Vietnamese refugees, who were part of a group called the Vietnamese boat people. They escaped Vietnam after the end of the Vietnam War, in 1977, after her grandfather was killed by the communist authorities. The boat was wrecked on the Philippines shore, but they were denied entry, and were interned in a refugee camp.

1960

Ha'aretz critic Menahem Ben wrote of her first collection: "How can I describe the magic that has set upon us? This is wondrous poetry. Ever since Yona Wallach in the 1960s and 1970s, we have not seen such a phenomenon." Poet and writer Tali Lativitzky wrote, "It is impossible to miss Vaan Nguyen's brilliant musicality. Her rich Hebrew has an enviable lack of stereotypes and linguistic and cultural fixations, and her ear perceives all the most desirable compositions of sound and musicality, even if semantically they are zany."