Shuang Hu is a Chinese-Australian actress, TikTok star, and YouTube star. On TikTok, she usually posts comedic acts and prank films.
She often acts alongside her friends and family members in her sketches.
Before pursuing a career as an actress, Shuang Hu worked in hotel management, finance, and mortgage broking. But after that, she launched her YouTube channel in February 2011.
Since joining the industry in 2010, she has appeared in several commercials (Sony, Sizzler and QLD Gov).
She made her acting debut in an Australian SBS TV Series ‘The Family Law’ (2016-2019), as Candy Law.
Besides her career as an actress, she diligently uploads content on her social media.
She is one of the most trending girls on TikTok. She is primarily famous for comedy video clips and dancing videos and performs lip-syncs on TikTok.
Moreover, she often uploads skits, lifestyle, travel, and beauty content on YouTube.
- Real Name: Shuang Hu
- Stage Name: Shuang Hu
- Nickname: Shu
- Birthday: March 25, 1991
- Birthplace: Tianjin, China
- Zodiac Sign: Aries
- Nationality: Australian, Chinese
- Religion: –
- Profession: Actress, YouTube star, TikTok star
- Education: Griffith University
- Hobbies: –
- Facebook: Theoneshu
- Twitter: @theoneshu
- Instagram: @theoneshu
- TikTok: @theoneshu
- YouTube: The One Shu
Height, Weight, & Physical Appearance
- Height: 162 cm (5’4”)
- Weight: 47 kg (103 lbs)
- Blood Type: –
- Hair Color: Brown
- Eye Color: Brown
- Body Measurements: –
- Shoe Size: –
- Dress Size: –
- Father: –
- Mother: –
- Brother: –
- Sister: –
Boyfriend & Dating History
His boyfriend is unknown, whether she is dating or single. She has kept his relationships private.
Her net worth is estimated to be $1 million to $4 million. Her source of income mostly comes from the acting profession, TikTok, YouTube ads, and endorsements.
According to Social Blade she earns $30.8 thousand to $492.7 thousand per month or approximately $369.5 thousand to $5.9 million per year from her YouTube channel revenue alone.
- Shuang was originally cast as Liuli/Jennifer in the 2017 Sydney Theatre Company production of Lucy Kirkwood’s Chimerica.
- She had to pull out due to a filming clash.
- She can speak fluent Mandarin.
- She fills her spare time with purpose by acting, producing, and writing.
- Her ideal type is….
- Miami Bici (2020), as Detective Jacky Lin
- The Hitman Struck (2018), as Ling
- The Arrangement (2017)
- Far from Here (2017), as JJ Lu
- All Summers End (2017), as Jen Wong
- Nice Package (2016), as Twitter Fan
- The Deposit (2010), as Receptionist
- Ronny Chieng: International Student TV Series (ABC TV | 2017), as Wei Jun
- The Family Law (SBS | 2016-2019), as Candy Law
“If I’m to be honest, I didn’t start seriously considering acting as a career until just after I graduated university.”
“When quarantine hit early last year, I decided to start creating skits on Tiktok with a few friends and luckily, there were enough bored eyeballs at home that I amassed a following of sorts.”
“I do feel incredibly grateful that I was able to create online content that I love using skills I had learnt in my time in film and tv, and for it to resonate with so many people from all walks of life.”
“I still pinch myself everyday that I have fans around the world who are entertained and delighted by my videos.”
“I would say the road has been less than smooth! But that’s the fun part about the journey and eventually reaching those goals – the ability to look back at how far you’ve come.”
“Besides having to convince my traditional parents that being an actress is a viable and respectable career choice, I think the biggest struggle with my career have been things that are out of my control.”
“I’m most proud of creating an online following with my quirky and awkward sense of humor.”
“For so long as an actor, my success and self-worth was placed in the hands of others like casting directors, producers and network execs. But now, I am able to create my own self-worth by creating content I’m proud of that resonates across borders.”
“I think what sets me apart of other online creators is that I have a background in film and TV, so I know how to professionally film, direct and edit so my content has a level of expertise.”
Shuang Hu always puts passion and heart into everything she does. No wonder many people like it.