|United States of America
|Date of Birth:
|52 years old
|David Geffen School of Medicine
|Zooey Jeong, Alexa Jeong
Life in between birth and death is precious, and one must cherish it, collect memories, and be happy. But very few people manage to be genuinely happy and live their life meaningfully. Among them is The Hangover star, Ken Jeong‘s wife, Tran Ho aka Tran Jeong.
Tran Jeong is a Vietnamese American physician and a breast cancer survivor. Want to know how the couple met and what is Tran Ho’s net worth? Hold on until the end for some tea.
Tran Ho is the epitome of ‘beauty with brain.’ Ho’s husband, Ken Jeong, is one lucky man to have a wonderful woman like her beside him. Besides, Ken Jeong is an actor, and physician, best known for the ABC sitcom Dr. Ken, The Hangover trilogy, Community, and many more.
Tran Ho’s husband is a licensed physician who gave up practicing in favor of an acting career. Although Ken later chose to stop practicing as a physician, medicine is where he met the love of his life. They met at Kaiser Permanente in West California as colleagues. They eventually fell in love, dated for two years, and decided to share vows in September 2004.
Ken Jeong and Tran Jeong has been maintaining their relationship since 2002. Image Source: Ron Tom/ Getty Images.
Furthermore, Tran Ho gave birth to their twins, Zooey Jeong, and Alexa Jeong, in 2007. The family of four lives their lives in pure harmony as Ken seems to appreciate his wife and children extremely. Jeong accepted his MTV Movie Award for “Best WTF Moment” and shared his wife, Tran’s advice to not let go of chances.
Even after all these years, Ken, Tran, and their two baby girls are happy, loving, and enjoying their family moments.
A couple that goes through hell either get glued or separate. In Tran Ho’s case, her bond with Ken Jeong got more potent as they battled Ho’s stage three negative breast cancer. In 2008, after a year of giving birth to their children, Tran Jeong’s doctor told that she had breast cancer.
Ken recalls the time working with the director, Todd Phillips, in The Hangover while Tran just started her chemo session. However, he managed to stay beside her and channel his anger at his wife’s diagnosis into raw comedy. Furthermore, Ken Jeong’s wife endured 16 chemotherapy sessions, radiation therapy, and a mastectomy. Finally, in October 2010, Tran Ho was cancer-free.
This shows that spousal support is critical to remain emotionally stable. Had it not been Tran, we would never get to know this fantastic side of Ken Jeong. Likewise, Jeong’s emotional support helped Tran scare cancer away. Hence, the ordeal helped the couple fall in love all over again and inspired Ken to contribute to cancer-related charities.
In this century, it is challenging to stay away from social media, but Ken Jeong’s wife, Tran Ho, is living her life pretty finely without a trace. Aforementioned, Tran Ho is a family physician and earns her money herself.
Although Tran Ho’s net worth is not disclosed, judging by her profession, she makes enough to afford the luxury. She has been involved in the medical field for nearly two decades. She is currently working in Woodland Hills, California. Likewise, she also works in Thousand Oaks, California.
According to Medscape, the annual salary of a family physician is around $219,000. Therefore, Tran Ho’s wealth must be as substantial as her husband, Ken Jeong’s net worth, which is a whopping $14 million. Thus, the couple is enjoying their perfect life lavishly in Tudor-style estate in Calabasas.
Tran and Ken made the massive purchase in 2016 for $3.95 million from the former president and CEO of Modern VideoFilm, Moshe Barkat. Let’s hope Tran Ho’s career flourishes more in the coming days.
Born on February 24, 1972, in the United States of America, Tran Ho has maintained a quiet life. Despite being married to a famous comedian and actor, Ken Jeong, she has managed to keep her personal information a mystery.
Ken Jeong’s wife, Tran Ho Jeong is a secretive woman. Image Source: Ken Jeong’s Instagram.
Tran Ho, aka Tran Jeong’s parents, came from Vietnam. Furthermore, she graduated from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and received her degree in medicine. Though Ho’s parents are a mystery, she has built her own happy family.
Let’s hope Tran Ho lives her life comfortably and lives for a cause. Let’s wish Ho’s career flourishes, and so does her family.