Heavenly Koh Wilson Biography
Heavenly Koh Wilson Bio
|Heavenly Wilson (Indira, Siok Tian Koh) was born in Bangalore India. The translation of Tian is Heavenly. Her family are Chinese and Kadazandusun. The latter are the people of Sabah, Malaysia. Shortly after her birth, the family went to stay in Singapore where she spent her early childhood.|
|Heavenly Koh Wilson Personal details|
|Heavenly Koh Wilson Age||71 years old as of 2018|
|Heavenly Koh Wilson Husband||Scott Wilson (m. 1977)|
|Heavenly Koh Wilson Net Worth||$ 2 Million as of 2018|
|Heavenly Koh Wilson Occupation||
Heavenly Koh Wilson Education
Heavenly went to school at the Convent of the Good Shepherd and the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus in Singapore and Santa Maria Ladies College in Perth, Western Australia and then attended the University of Western Australia where she graduated with a Bachelor of Laws degree. While a student at the University she was an active in politics as an advocate for overseas students and was elected to Guild Council and the position of Overseas Student Service officer for the National Union of University Students. She then completed her articles of clerkship with the firm of Stone James before being admitted to practice as a barrister and solicitor in Western Australia and taking up a position with the Child Welfare Department as an advocate for children in Children’s Court.
Heavenly Koh Wilson Career in Law
Heavenly moved to London, England in 1968. She worked as a solicitor in the firm of Crawley and de Reya in their entertainment branch in Broadwick Street and was admitted to practice as a solicitor in the United Kingdom. In the summer of 1972 she traveled to Perugia, Italy where she did a summer class in the Italian language at the Universita Italiana per Stranieri and then went to Aix-en-Provence, France for studies in French at the Institut d’Etudes Francaises pour Etudiants Etrangers of the Universite D’Aix-Marseilles, France. She then returned to London and took up a position as a solicitor with the city firm of Stephenson Harwood.
Heavenly Koh Wilson (Scott Wilson Wife)
In 1977 Heavenly moved to Los Angeles, California and married actor, Scott Wilson. The couple met in 1975 (2 years before their marriage) at the home of director, Jack Clayton, in Marlowe, England. Scott Wilson was an American film and television actor known mostly for The Walking Dead as Hershel Greene.
On October 6, 2018, it was confirmed that Wilson would return to The Walking Dead and reprise his role as Hershel for the show’s ninth season. Later that day, it was reported that Wilson had passed away at the age of 76. According to his rep, Dominic Mancini, Wilson died of complications from his leukemia. The actor was in his home in Los Angeles, where Mancini said that he died peacefully.
The couple did have any children. In an interview in 2009, Scott stated, “My wife and I have been married 35 years, and we don’t have children, but I don’t think you need children to be protective of or concerned for children and humanity.”
Heavenly Koh Warner Bros Inc
In Los Angeles, Heavenly worked in the motion picture legal department of Warner Bros Inc at the Burbank Studios and qualified as a California attorney after passing the State Bar Examination in 1979. At Warner Bros, she negotiated employment contracts with actors, writers, directors and producers and for the acquisition of rights from authors.
Heavenly Koh National Endowment for the Arts
Heavenly stopped practicing law in 1982 and in 1986 to fulfill a lifelong desire to become an artist by enrolling at Otis Art Insitute where she graduated in 1990 with a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors. In 1989 a congressional battle began for the survival of the National Endowment for the Arts and Heavenly jumped in along with her fellow art students to save the NEA.
Since 1992, Heavenly and her husband, Scott, have been engaged with other members of the union, in a succession of tough and sometimes bitter battles in which the rights and benefits of members of the Screen Actors Guild have been at stake. Their positions have been vindicated by the vote of the membership when they were submitted to a referendum.
Heavenly Koh in Politics
Heavenly volunteered with the Democratic Party in all the national elections since the first Clinton campaign.