Waldemar Januszczak Married, Wife, Partner, Daughter, Family

By Staff Writer | On: 21 Jun, 2018
Waldemar Januszczak Married, Wife, Partner, Daughter, Family

Quick Information

Date of Birth 1954-01-12
Nationality British
Profession Critic, Presenter, Producer
Marital Status Married
Wife/Spouse Yumi Katayama
Divorced/Engaged Not Yet
Gay/Lesbain No
Ethnicity White
Net Worth Not Disclosed
Social Media Twitter
Children/Kids Mercedes & Inez (Daughters)
Height N/A
Education University of Manchester

Waldemar Januszczak is best known as the British art critic and currently writes for the Sunday Times and formerly the art critic of The Guardian. He has twice won the Critic of the Year award.

Waldemar, who is also a filmmaker of television arts documentaries, is also a happily married man and has strike a balance between his family and professional life.

Waldemar Januszczak’s Married Relationship With Her Wife

Waldemar Januszczak is married to his wife Yumi Katayama, who is also an artist. She rarely involved in her husband work and prefers to maintain the low key profile.

However, there is no any detailed information regarding their wedding date and whether they already had the boyfriend-girlfriend relationship in the past. But it is known that Waldemer together with his partner shares two lovely and beautiful daughters named Mercedes and Inez.

They have been in the married relationship for more than twenty-five years, and still, they both share an alluring bond and enjoy their blissful married life with their two daughters.

Besides that, Waldemar is also an active user of his social account and keeps flaunting pictures of his wife and daughter.

Back on 13 July 2016, he took the Twitter and posted the picture of his elder daughter who was getting her MA degree from Westminster University and felt himself a proud father of her daughter.

Waldemar's Wife Yumi Katayama and their Lovely Daughters During New Year Celebration in 2018. (Photo Credit: Waldermar's Instagram)

Similarly on 1 January 2018, he also uploaded the picture of the important ladies of his life through Instagram wishing them on a New Year in which he captioned, the Three Graces.

Waldemar Januszczak’s Short Biography 

Waldemar Januszczak was born on 12 January 1954 in the United Kingdom and currently ages 64. His family is from Poland and arrived in Britain after the war, but he was born in Basingstoke, Hamshire, United Kingdom.

Waldemar’s father was a policeman in Poland and died at the age of 57 when a train ran over him at Basingstoke station. At that time, he was only one year old, and his mother was only 33 and worked as a milkmaid.

After studying History of Art at Manchester University, he had his first piece of art criticism published in The Guardian in 1977 on April Fool’s Day. Between 1979 and 1987, Waldemar was The Guardian’s chief art critic, and then shortly became its literary editor.

In the year 1990, he has appointed the head of arts at the UK's Channel 4 television. Later in the year 1992, he became the art critic for The Sunday Times. He has twice won the Critic of the Year award.

Besides that, Waldemar has also made his appearances on television, on which medium he has presented programmes on the history of art. He made many appearances on programmes such as The Culture Show and Newsnight Review.

Waldemar is healthy though he has been struggling with his weight and has been on several weight loss programs.