Lisa Wu, formerly known as Lisa Wu Hartwell, appeared on "Real Housewives of Atlanta." At the time, she was married to professional football player Ed Hartwell and owned several businesses. She and Hartwell divorced in 2011, and the businesses no longer exist.
Wu was on the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" for two years and left in 2009. She has three children, including one with Hartwell and two with R&B singer Keith Sweat, who is her ex-husband. In 2009, she filed for joint custody of the two sons she had with Sweat, Jordan and Justin. Sweat had won primary custody of the children in 2003, and they were not allowed to appear or even be spoken about on "Real Housewives of Atlanta" because Sweat would not give legal permission. Wu currently continues to raise AJ, the son she had with Hartwell.
When she appeared on the Bravo TV reality show, Wu owned a real estate company called Hartwell and Associates, a jewelry line named Wu Girls and a baby clothing line called Hart 2 Hart Baby. As of 2015, she is pursuing careers in acting and writing. She has appeared in Tyler Perry's "Meet the Browns" and "The Internship" and wrote a book titled "When the Cake Is Made."