• Mandie Taketa is an American body technician, actress, fitness instructor, and bodybuilder, and the ex-wife of actor, singer and comedian Wayne Brady.
• She is of Japanese and European ancestry, and holds a gold medal in acrobatics and gymnastics.
• Her net worth is estimated to be around $2 million.
• She has a daughter with Brady, born in 200•
• Brady has a net worth of $10 million and was previously married to Diana Lasso.


Who is Mandie Taketa, Wayne Brady’s Ex-Wife?

Mandie Taketa came to prominence after it was announced that she’d married American actor, singer and comedian Wayne Brady. The two were married from 1999 until 2008 – since their divorce, Mandie has kept herself away from the public eye, and rarely gives any interviews.

Mandie Taketa Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education

Mandie Adell Taketa was born on the 3rd March 1976, in Hawaii, USA; she is of Japanese ancestry from her father’s side, and his name is Ronald Taketa. To speak of her mother, her name isn’t known, though it is known that the woman was European, and that she died in her early 40s – apparently she got ill in her 30s, and lived with an oxygen tank for about 11 years, before she eventually passed away. Mandie has a sister named Kristie; however, there is no further information about her.

Unfortunately, there is no information about Mandie’s educational background either, though it’s a known fact that she was interested in martial arts and dancing, and after she finished high school, received a full scholarship from the University of Hawaii, thanks to her dancing skills.

Career Beginnings

During her time at the University, she practised aerobics, gymnastics and cheerleading, which only further improved her dancing skills, and upon graduation, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in Hollywood.

Wayne Brady and Mandie Taketa

Although her career isn’t what made her famous, Mandie has tried herself in various skills, from dancing to acting, fitness, bodybuilding and production. Since 2003, Mandie has been serving as a body technician at Adell Body Works. To speak of her accomplishments as a bodybuilder and fitness instructor, Mandie has won several competitions, and as an acrobat and gymnast, she holds a gold medal from one of many competitions. Mandie is the founder and CEO of Everything Did Productions, which was launched in 2011.

Mandie is also an actress, and made her debut in 2007 with the role of Vicky in the comedy film “Manband! The Movie”, written and directed by Dermott Petty, and starring Robert Alesandro, E.E. Bell and David Bickford. She has since been away from the media, though made a single appearance in the TV series documentary “Unsung Hollywood”, in an episode about her ex-husband Wayne Brady.

Mandie Taketa Net Worth

Although her career isn’t what made her famous, but her marriage to actor and comedian, her accomplishments have certainly increased her wealth.

Wayne Brady and Mandie Taketa.

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So, do you know how rich Mandie is? As of late-2019, sources estimate that Mandie’s wealth amounts to over $2 million, which is quite impressive, don’t you agree? Her wealth should increase in the years to come, assuming that she successfully continues her career.

Mandie Taketa Personal Life, Marriage, Divorce, Children

Mandie became famous thanks to her marriage to Wayne Brady; the two married on the 3rd April 1999, and were together until 5th April 2006 when they separated. Mandie filed for divorce on the 2nd July 2007 and all was over on the 14th April 2008.

During the marriage, the couple welcomed one child together, a daughter Maile Masako on the 3rd February 2003. Although divorced, Taketa live’s in Brady’s neighborhood and they are raising their child together. Since the divorce, Mande has remained single, and is focused on her career and raising her child.

Mandie Taketa Internet Fame, Height, and Appearance

Mandie isn’t very active on social media pages, though she has sporadically updated her fans with her career endeavors and personal life events – she has an Instagram page, on which she has around 9,000 loyal fans.

So, if you aren’t her fan already, you can skip to her official page and see what she’s been up to lately. Mandie stands at 5ft 3ins, which is equal to 1.6m, while she weighs approximately 132lbs or 59kgs. She has black hair and brown eyes.

Mandie Taketa Ex-Husband, Wayne Brady

Now that we’ve shared all that is available on Mandie Taketa, let’s share some information about her ex-husband, Wayne Brady. Born Wayne Alphonso Brady on the 2nd June 1972, in Columbus, Georgia USA, he is the son of West Indian parents. He grew up in Orlando, Florida, actually living with his aunt and grandmother.

From an early age, Wayne took an interest in performing arts, and started by honing his skills at a local theatre and alongside the improv troupe SAK Comedy Lab. For his education, Wayne went to Dr Phillips High School, and after matriculation enrolled at the University of Miami.

Wayne is best known as a cast member of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” (1998-2007), then as host of his own “The Wayne Brady Show”, which ran from 2002 to 2004, while as an actor, he hasn’t had much success, except for the role of James in the TV comedy series “How I Met Your Mother” (2006-2014), and as Everett Kynes in the TV series “Colony” (2018), among numerous other accomplishments.

Wayne Brady Net Worth and Personal Life

Brady has become an award-winning comedian and actor, and even has a Primetime Emmy Award in his collection. His success has undoubtedly increased his wealth by a large margin, so let’s just see how rich Wayne Brady is? As of now, Brady’s net worth is estimated by sources to be as high as $10 million. Impressive, right?

Before Mandie, Wayne was married to Diana Lasso from 1993 until 1995; the couple didn’t have children together. Brady hasn’t remarried since his divorce from Mandie, and though he is currently single, back in 2014 he was in a relationship with Rozonda Thomas.


Benjy is currently a reporter for BiographyPedia based in Adelaide, Australia. Prior to joining BiographyPedia in July 2019, he was a Bizarre TV reporter and theatre critic at TheSun. Benjy has also written for DailyMail and TMZ. Benjy studied journalism at Goldsmiths University of London, graduating in 2009. You can contact him at [email protected]

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