Ayako Fujitani

About Ayako Fujitani

Who is it?: Actor, Writer, Novelist
Birth Day: December 07, 1979
Birth Place: Ōsaka, Japan, Japanese
Birth Sign: Capricorn
Other names: Ayako Seagal
Occupation: Actress, Writer
Height: 1.63 m (5 ft 4 in)
Spouse(s): Javier Gullón (m. 2016)
Parent(s): Steven Seagal (father) Miyako Fujitani (mother)

Ayako Fujitani Net Worth

Ayako Fujitani was bornon December 07, 1979 in Ōsaka, Japan, Japanese, is Actor, Writer, Novelist. Ayako Fujitani is a Japanese actress, writer, director, film critic, translator and an occasional musician. She is the daughter of Aikido Black Belt and Martial Arts trainer, Steven Seagal. Ayako is famous for her much-acclaimed film ‘Tokyo’. She has many other films as well to her credit such as ‘Shiki-Jitsu’ and ‘Man from Reno’. She is a well-known writer of both fiction and non-fiction genre and many of her articles have been published in different journals. In addition to directing movies, acting and writing, she has also translated one of her favorite novels, ‘Stitches: A Memoir’ written by David Small, from English to Japanese.
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💰 Net worth: $12 Million

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Biography/Timeline

1995

An avid fan of film, she made her screen debut and appeared in the sequels of the Heisei era daikaiju eiga Gamera (1995–1999) series, after a chance meeting at a film festival with Director Shusuke Kaneko. She worked again with him on an episode he directed of Ultraman Max.

2000

Along with Writer and Director Hideaki Anno, Ayako co-adapted her novella Touhimu (Flee-Dream) into the film Shiki-Jitsu in 2000. It was the first non-animated feature released by Studio Ghibli under the Studio Kajino label. She also stars in the title role. Shiki-Jitsu won the Artistic Award at the 30th Tokyo International Film Festival and showed at the Hong Kong International Film Festival.

2003

Other film roles include parts in the French film Sansa (2003) and in Michel Gondry's "Interior Design" segment of Tokyo! (2008).

2006

In 2006, she directed a short drama for TV Tokyo's Drama Factory program.

2014

In 2014, Fujitani co-wrote a Ermenegildo Zegna-commissioned short film with Park Chan-wook, Chung Chung-hoon and Michael Werwie that Park also directed, and that Clint Mansell scored entitled A Rose Reborn starring Jack Huston and Daniel Wu.

2016

She has been married to Javier Gullón since 2016.