The comedian Wayne Brady‘s daughter Maile Masako Brady was born on the 3rd of February 2003. Wayne had his daughter Maile Masako with his Mandie Taketa.
Maile Masako Brady is the only child of Wayne Brady and Mandie. She has neither got any siblings or half-siblings from both of her parents’ side.
Maile Masako Brady Is Under Parents’ Supervision
It looks like the 15-year-old Maile Masako Brady is still under the supervision of her parents Wayne Brady and Mandie Taketa. She has got two Instagram accounts, “maile_masako” and “mailebrady_.” The first one is on private, and as for the second one, it is monitored by her father Wayne Brady and mother Mandie Taketa herself. So just by this, we can imagine how much protective Wayne and Mandie are of her little one.
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Well, you can find plenty of photos of Wayne Brady’s daughter Maile Masako Brady on his, and his ex-wife’s Instagram handles. The trio seems to hang out a lot. And it looks like, despite parting ways on April 5, 2006, Maile Masako’s parents are still on good terms with one another.
Maile loves both of her parents equally and can be often spotted hanging out with either one of them.
Following The Footsteps Of Father Wayne Brady
Not many may know this, but Maile Masako Brady has already done her acting debut. She was featured as a guest star in “The Bold and the Beautiful,” an American television show. Wayne Brady was proud to see his daughter follow his footsteps. As Maile has decided to go the same path as her father, she must work very hard in order to reach up to his level. Wayne Brady’s net worth is $10 million and Maile needs to work hard to earn that much fortune too.
When asked about his feeling, Wayne stated that to be sharing the same platform alongside his daughter Maile Masako Brady in the future is his biggest dream. Let’s hope that thing will happen soon so that even the audience can enjoy it.
Maile Masako Brady- Name Meaning
The name Maile comes from a type of vine that grows around Hawaii.
As for the name Masako, it is a Japanese word which means a proper child.