Angie Vu Ha

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Angie Vu Ha
Angie Vu Ha Dj Singapore Grand Prix 2011.jpg
Angie Vu Ha - Singapore Grand Prix 2011[1]
Born Vũ Thị Hà
(1983-06-01) June 1, 1983 (age 32)
Quang Ninh, Vietnam, Asia
Occupation Model, DJ, Producer, Actor
Years active 2004–present
Modeling information
Height 172 cm (5 ft 8 in)
Hair color Black/Very Long
Eye color Dark Brown
Measurements 35-23-35 (90-59-88 cm)[2]

Angie Vu Ha (born June 3, 1987) is a Vietnamese model,[3][4][5] DJ,[6] and producer,[7] who started modeling in the fashion industry when she was 17.[2] Shortly thereafter, a film director discovered Angie, and gave her a leading role in the TV series.[which?]

The first call sống Hát[edit]

Coming from a mixed parentage, Angie Vu Ha, born Vũ Thị Hà, is the youngest of three sisters. Angie grew up in Quang Ninh, a coal mining town in Northern Vietnam.

Eventually, her family moved to Hanoi, to allow Angie and her sisters to attend college. Angie studied at the National Economics University, where she achieved a bachelor's degree in her studies for Business Administration.

Angie also had a bachelor's degree in Hospitality Management.


Angie involves herself in acting (actually just extras type of work no speaking roles),[8] hosting, modeling,[2][9] dancing,[10] TV shows,[11][12] movies,[13] music performances, and theater.

In 2007, Angie got her big break in the international modeling circuit, signing with Diva Models, which led to her relocating to Singapore. She has been photographed for a number of high end clothing,[14] international advertising campaigns.

In 2010, Angie signed an exclusive contract with Bigfoot Entertainment,[15] She was a regular cast member in the reality show Underwater Action Season 2,[11][12][16] which was about underwater photography by filmmaker and photographer Michael Gleissner,[17] that aired on worldwide satellite channel Fashion|One. After her TV appearances,[12] and many years of modeling,[18][19][20][21] Angie turned her attention to another passion, music.[7] From May through September 2011, Angie became a resident DJ at New Asia Bar (Singapore), playing every Friday and Saturday. This club is one of the most luxurious clubs in Singapore and has been awarded World's Finest Club.[22] Angie has rapidly risen through the ranks of the DJ scene, and regularly gets her fans dancing at Singapore's elite clubs and events.[23][24][25][26][27][28][29][30] Angie has also played at other events including the Singapore Grand Prix (Formula 1),[1][31][32] and a major event for Fashion TV (FTV).[33] Also in 2011 Angie started producing her own music.[7] Her first release Cookies,[34] gained instant support from BBC Radio 1's Judge Jules,[35] Marco V,[36] Lisa Lashes,[37] and Michael Woods. Cookies is one of the fastest selling tracks on the world's number one legal mp3 download site Beatport.[34] Her second release Cream,[38] features UK vocalist Taya, and already has massive support from Gareth Emery[39] and Marco V.[40] You can hear Cream play on Ministry of Sound radio from Adam K.[41][42]

Besides Officially being recognized by worldwide media as Asia's sexiest DJ, and Asia's first supermodel DJ,[23] Clubbing9ine Malaysia ranked Angie #5 in the Top Sexiest Supermodel DJs Worldwide.[23][43] In addition to her Modeling, DJ, and Production career, Angie is also an entrepreneur. She owns her own modeling agency called Think Model Management.[44]

In October 2012, Angie won Playboy's Miss Social[45][46] contest.


Vu was arrested by U.S. marshals at Kennedy Airport on November 4, 2015 as she attempted to board a flight to China with her 9-year-old daughter. She had bought a ticket on the flight that day after receiving a state court summons to give up custody of the youngster to the father, Richard Foger in Paris, according to papers filed in Brooklyn Federal Court. She has been denied bail due to being a flight risk and fugitive and remanded to the custody of the U.S. Marshals, awaiting possible extradition to France.



Year Film Role
2011 The Girl with No Number at the Internet Movie Database Barmaid
2011 Underwater Action at the Internet Movie Database Model (4 episodes)


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