Timeline of Yoon Eun-hye
|Date of Birth:||1984 , October-3|
|Birth Nation:||South Korea|
|Height:||5 Feet 6 Inch|
|Birth Name||Brooke Levi Vincent|
|Birth Place/City||Guro District, Seoul|
|Hair Color||Brown Dark|
|Affair with||Rick Ross|
|Education||Kyung Hee Cyber University|
|Nick Name||Andrew King Bachelor|
|Working For||Movies and TV shows|
|Weight in KG||48 KG|
|Famous for||Actress, Dancer|
|Awards||The British Soap Awards 2008|
|Married to||David Benioff (m. 2006)|
|Children||Frances Pen Benioff, Molly June Benioff, Henry Benioff|
|Movies||My Black Mini Dress|
|Shoe Size||9 US|
|TV Show||Missing You|
|Music Group||Baby V.O.X (1999 – 2005)|
Though Yoon is a popular name in the social media as a singer and actress, her personal information is unknown. Information related to her love affairs, boyfriend, dating life, married life, spouse and divorce is not revealed to media and public.
At the age of fifteen, Yoon became popular in Korea as one of the member of female dance group Baby V.O.X. They hired her for her cuteness and childlike personality and served as the sub-vocal in the group. Though this was the popular group in the South Korea she was lost among the four other elder members.
They released their third album Come Come Come in the late 1990s and this was the breakthrough of this musical group but besides her popularity she was also the victim of their anti fans and their harsh incident. After her contract with DR Entertainment expired ended in 2005, she left Baby V.O.X and began pursuing her solo career.
She made her acting debut in 2002 by playing the role of Singer of Vegiemeal B.O.X in a satirical 2002 South Korean film Emergency Act 19. The actual figure about her net worth and salary is unknown but she looks as if enjoying a lavish lifestyle.
Yoon Eun-hye facts on timeline
Born in Guro District, Seoul, South Korea
Five feet and six inches tall model and actress, Yoon Eun-hye was born in Guro District, Seoul, South Korea at the end of 1984 to South Korean parents. She was also raised there. She is South Korean and is of South Korean descent.
Became the member of Baby VOX
At the age of fifteen, Yoon became popular in Korea as one of the member of female dance group Baby V.O.X. They hired her for her cuteness and childlike personality and served as the sub-vocal in the group.
Baby V.O.X released it's third album, Come Come Come
She began working on their third album and it was finally released under the title Come Come Come in 1999. Their singles like Get Up and Killer became massive hit in South Korea and it broke several records.
Her contract with DR Entertainment expired
She joined female dance group Baby V.O.X in 1999. They hired her for her cuteness and childlike personality and served as the sub-vocal in the group. After her contract with DR Entertainment expired in 2005, she left Baby V.O.X and began pursuing her solo career.
Began her acting career
She made her acting debut in 2002 by playing the role of Singer of Vegiemeal B.O.X in a satirical 2002 South Korean film Emergency Act 19. In 2006, she starred the role of Han Min-joo in the movie The Legend of Seven Cutter.
Appeared in the television series, Princess Hours
Her contract with DR Entertainment ended in 2005 and then she has been pursuing her solo career. She has also been acting in acting since then. In 2006, she starred the role of Shin Chae-gyung in the TV series Princess Hours.
Won Baek Sang Art Awards
In 2006, she appeared in the TV series Goong and for this role she got her first nomination in Baek Sang Art Awards in 2006. She got nominated in this award for Best New Actress. She won this award in 2008 for Best Actress.
Won MBC Drama Awards
In 2006, she got her first nomination in MBC Drama Awards and she was also honored with this award that year for Best New Actress. She won this award for the second time in her life in 2007 for Top Excellence Award, Actress.
Won Hallyu 10th Anniversary Grand Prizes
For starring the role of Lee Soo-yeon/Zoe in the TV drama series Missing You, she got her first nomination in Hallyu 10th Anniversary Grand Prizes in 2013 and she won this award that year for Grand Prix, Best Actress.