Marilou Cantiller Biography
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Marilou Cantiller is famous among the public for being the wife of the Japanese American inventor and TV personality, Ken Hakuta. Her husband, Ken is famous as Dr. Fad for hosting the popular kids' TV show, The Dr. Fad Show which was broadcasted for 6 years from 1988 to 1994.
Short Bio of Marilou Cantiller
Marilou Cantiller was born in Phillippines. She is of Filipino nationality while her ethnicity is also Filipino. The details about her parents, siblings, and educational details are still hidden from the media.
Personal Life: Marriage, Kids, and Husband
The Filipino Marilou Cantiller is married to the love of her life, Ken Hakuta. The duo first met at the World Bank where they both worked as colleagues. They started dating and eventually in 1977, the pair walked down the aisle in a private wedding ceremony.
During their over forty years of marriage, the pair have given birth to three kids. Their kids are Justin, Jenzo, and Aki Hakuta. Their eldest son, Justin has been married to the American comedian and actress, Ali Won. They tied the knot on November 27, 2014, and have given birth to two children. Their kids are Mari Hakuta, born in November 2015, and Nikki Hakuta, born in December 2017.
Following their marriage, they have been living a happy married life with no rumors of divorce. There isn't much information regarding her marital life right now. But, there is no doubt that she is living a happy married life with her partner, Ken Hakuta.
Her Net Worth and Career
The mother of three Marilou Cantiller has amassed an estimated net worth of around $100 thousand as of 2020. She was a former World Bank employee so she must have earned a fortune while working there.
Her husband, Ken Hakuta has an estimated $1.2 million as of 2020. He was also a World Bank employee but he is also a TV personality, inventor, and entrepreneur. He ran the TV show, The Dr. Fad Show. He also organized four Fad Fairs. Besides he also imported and merchandised the Wacky Wall Walker, which went on to become one of the best-selling toys in the 1980s.