Who is Deborah Hung from 'Bling Empire: New York'?

We're not sure what's more jaw-dropping: Deborah Hung's net worth or her lavish wardrobe

Deborah Hung attends as Netflix and Michael Kors launch Bling Empire New York at House of Red Pearl on January 18, 2023 in New York City
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Deborah Hung is bling personified. 

Whether it's her sparkly pink Ferrari, designer outfits, or a spot at a Dior Haute Couture dinner, this Bling Empire: New York cast member is a fittingly glitzy addition to the Netflix series, which dropped on the streamer on Friday, January 20. 

Like stylish co-stars Tina Leung and Blake Abbie, she's well-versed in the fashion scene. And, like any true reality star, Deborah is quick to stir up some drama, particularly with the show's leading lady, Dorothy Wang.  

So, what do we know about Deborah Hung and her famous billionaire husband? Let's dive in!

Who is Deborah Hung from 'Bling Empire: New York'?

Deborah Valdez-Hung originally hails from Mexico but has made the rounds across the world, quite literally. The lawyer met her husband, Stephen Hung, in Hong Kong and the two wed in 2012 at the Hong Kong Ritz Carlton. She is a former model and the owner of Dreamodels, which is described as "one of Asia's premier full-service modeling agencies, offering a glamorous selection of international and local talent." Now, she is making her debut appearance on the East Coast-based Bling Empire spin-off

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Deborah Hung age: how old is she?

Born on January 11, 1983, Hung just turned 40 years old. For the astrologically in tune, she's a Capricorn. 

Deborah Hung husband: who is she married to?

Deborah is married to Stephen Hung, who is 22 years her senior. Once dubbed "the world's biggest spender" according to The Washington Post, the Hong Kong-born businessman made his way to the states in 1977 and holds degrees from prestigious institutions, including the University of Southern California and Columbia University. 

Stephen gained his wealth in real estate and investment holdings. Currently, he serves as a joint chairman of The 13 Holdings Limited, the chairman of The Taipan Investment Group and the vice-chairman of Rio Entertainment Group. Despite his numerous professional titles, he and Deborah still manage to travel the world, attending Fashion Week shows, making appearances at the Cannes film festival and enjoying luxurious European getaways. 

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Deborah Hung net worth: what is she valued at?

Although there are plenty of numbers—high numbers—flying around the internet, it's widely believed that Deborah and Stephen Hung are settled quite comfortably in the $2 billion range.

Deborah Hung family: does she have children?

Although Deborah and Stephen Hung aren't ones to shy away from striking a pose or uploading a selfie on Instagram, they do keep their two sons, Ivan and Sean—whom Stephen had from a previous marriage—out of the spotlight. You can catch their other children (of the furry pet variety) making an appearance on social media, though. (Unsurprisingly, the canines are very well-pampered, as evidenced on Instagram.) 

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Deborah Hung Instagram: what's her handle?

Catch holiday celebrations, private jet flights and more glitz and glam from Deborah Hung on Instagram @deborahhung (opens in new tab), which has a following of 280,000 people. We assure you a scroll through her profile is nothing short of lavish.

We are certainly anxious to see how things unfold with Deborah and her hubby this season. According to Netflix Tudum, Deborah "doesn't take insults lightly," which is a surefire recipe for disaster on a reality TV show. Regardless, you can catch us tuning in!

See Deborah Hung in Bling Empire: New York, now streaming on Netflix. 

Danielle Valente

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 


The heart of her time at Future has been devoted to My Imperfect Life, where she's been attuned to the cosmos, new TV shows and relationship trends.  


Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, amNewYork and Newsday, among other outlets. 


When Danielle is not working, you can usually find her reading a book, coffee at hand, or attempting a new recipe. (Recommendations always welcome!)