Miho Owada is a Japanese actress, who came to prominence through her acting in the television series such as Kaneko Misuzu Monogatari and Shiawase Ni Naritai. Owada belongs to the family full of actors succeeding to amaze millions of audiences.
Miho Owada's Married life, Husband, and Children
Miho Owada has kept a low key profile and is handling her life well under the lens. Owada fell in love with her High School friend before starting her acting career. The couple shared the wedding vows on June 6, 2014. Likewise, Miho and her husband are living a life of genuine happiness.
The Japanese actress revealed in her blog that she was five months pregnant on April 23, 2015. However, she had a miscarriage because of the 'polycystic ovary syndrome' she suffered two years before. Finally, Miho gave birth to her firstborn, a daughter, on September 13, 2015. To tell you the truth, she has never unfolded the names and faces of her husband and daughter on any social media.
How Much Does Miho Owada Earn?
The 36-year-old actress Miho Owada belongs to a wealthy family surrounded by actors and actresses. She grew up and was introduced to fame and wealth, which attracted her to acting. She is a professional film industry actress. Some of Miho's work as an actress includes Cinderella ni Naritai, Sakura-sho no Onna-Tachi, Flunk Punk Rumble, Kondo no Nichiyobini, etc.
In addition, the mother of one is well-known from her television venture within the industry. As a matter of fact, she was born into a wealthy family. Undoubtedly, Miho has made money from her work as an actress. Even though she hasn't disclosed her salary, she pursues an elegant lifestyle made out of her acting career. Miho's total net worth is supposedly at around $300,000 as of 2020.
Miho's family history doesn't need an introduction because they're well-respected on entertainment media. Her father's name is Baku Owada, an actor by occupation. Her mother, Kumiko Okae, an inspiring actress, was famous as the 'Hanamaru Market' host. Unfortunately, Kumiko died at the age of 63 due to the disastrous viral disease, which recently became a threat to the entire world 'coronavirus (COVID-19).'
Furthermore, the 5 feet 2-inch tall actress was a single child. Her uncle Shinya Owada is an actor and singer, and her aunt-in-law, Godai Michiko, is also well-known onscreen.