Michael Weeks Net Worth Wiki, Height, Biography, Wife, Children And Early Life

Michael Weeks Net Worth

Michael Weeks Net Worth: Michael Chow is an actor, interior designer and restaurateur with a net worth of $300 million. Michael Chow was born in Shanghai, China and grew up in a family of actors. His father was a Peking Opera actor and his sister was a film actress, best known for playing Bond girls. In primary school, he went to British boarding school before moving to London to study art. Always interested in business, he opened a hair salon with Robin Sutherland called Smith and Hawes. They later sold the salon to Leonard, a renowned barber in Grosvenor Square. Then they opened a restaurant called Mr. Chow Restaurant. The restaurant serves Chinese food, but the menu and waiters are more in line with European service traditions. The first location opened in 1968 and was almost immediately popular. Since then, more locations have opened, including three restaurants in London and multiple stores in New York, Las Vegas, Miami and Beverly Hills.

Michael Chow’s house and art collection: In 1991, Michael and his wife Eva purchased a property on South Mapleton Drive in Holmby Hills for $3.5 million. That’s the same as 2018’s $6.5 million. For seven years, around 2000, the couple built a 30,000-square-foot mansion modeled after Madrid’s Reina Sofia Museum. It’s fitting as Michael and Eva have an impressive collection of contemporary art and furniture. They were listed for sale in October 2018 for $78 million. Nearby neighbors include the Playboy Building, former Google CEO Eric Schmidt, Jimmy Iovine and Diddy.

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