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Takaya Honda Wiki, Girlfriend, Dating, Parents, Ethnicity, Height

Date: 17 Jun, 2018

Takaya Honda Wiki, Girlfriend, Dating, Parents, Ethnicity, Height

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Date of Birth 1987-09-06
Nationality Australian
Profession Actor, TV Presenter
Marital Status Single
Wife/Spouse Not Yet
Divorced/Engaged Not Yet
Girlfriend/Dating Amy Beth (2015-)
Gay/Lesbain No
Ethnicity Eurasian
Net Worth Not Disclosed
Social Media Twitter, Instagram
Children/Kids Not Yet
Height 5 Feet 8 Inches (173 cm)
Education Barker College
Siblings No
Parents Kazuya Honda (Father), Rhonda Honda (Mother)

Australian actor Takaya Honda has well established himself as a television personality as well as an actor. Takaya, who is widely known for his role as Josh in the television series A gURLs wURLd (2010 to 2011) has been successful to win the hearts of many people.

Besides that, the actor is in a romantic relationship with his longtime girlfriend and enjoying her company to the fullest. They both keep flaunting photos of them in the social media.

Takaya’s Romantic Dating Life With Amy

The actor Takaya is currently in a relationship with his girlfriend, Amy Beth. They have been in a romantic relationship since 2013.

Takaya Honda is quite active in social media and keeps flaunting their photos.

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On 29 October 2017, he shared a picture of them on Twitter with a heartwarming caption where he said, he could not thank his girlfriend for an amazing 2nd year anniversary weekend.


Takaya Honda with gorlfriend Amy Beth on 19 May 2018 (Photo: Takaya Honda's Instagram) 

On 19 May 2018, Takaya shared the picture of them wishing his girlfriend on her birthday where he captioned, Happy birthday to his girlfriend and also thanked her for her endless support in his life.

Takaya Honda’s Short Biography

Australian native Takaya was born on 6 September 1987 in Canberra. Currently, he is of 30 years of age, and the birth sign is Virgo. He holds Australian nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.

His parents belonged to the athletic background, i.e., both of them were a gymnastics coach. His father, Kazuya Honda was the coach for the Australia women’s national gymnastics team.

Then from Canberra, he moved to Sydney when he was still young. As per his education, he went to Barker College and became a graduate in 2005.

In 2006, Takaya studied digital media at the College of Fine Arts (UNSW). In 2007, he studied media arts and production. In 2011, he graduated from the University of Technology Sydney with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication as per wiki.

Takaya, who stands at the height of 5 feet 8 inches tall, was invited to perform with the Sport For Jove Theatre Company by its founding member Damien Ryan.

Since then, he started getting offers within the acting industry. Takaya then made his appearance on the Australian stage in the company's 2009/2010 and 2010/2011 summer festivals of outdoor Shakespeare; The Sydney Hills Shakespeare in the Park, The Leura Shakespeare Festival and The Sydney Morning Herald Autumn of the Arts Shakespeare in the Gardens.

The television series A gURLs wURLd (2010 to 2011) was his first audition and first television role. He also joined ABC series My Great Big Adventure, along with Stephanie Bendixsen and Nancy Denis. The following year, Takaya became a presenter on Play School and appeared in the drama film Skin Deep.

Takaya also appeared in an episode of The Code in 2014.

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In the year 2016, Takaya joined the cast of The Family Law as Klaus Thomson. 

In the following year; he also joined the main cast of long-running soap opera Neighbours. In the movie, he played the role of David Tanaka, a gay man, who dated a same-sex character of the movie, Aaron Brennan (the role played by Matt Wilson).

And now, Aaron (Matt Wilson) and David (Takaya Honda) are set to make history by being the country's first gay wedding to be shown on television.

The marriage between their characters will impact greater for the LGBT community. That is because it marks the first time a gay wedding will air on Australian TV, just ten months after the same-sex marriage was legalized in Australia in December 2017.