Gregg Araki Bio

(filmmaker)

Relationship Statistics of Gregg Araki

What is Gregg Araki marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):Single
How many children does Gregg Araki have ? (name):None
Is Gregg Araki having any relationship affair ?: No
Is Gregg Araki gay ?: Yes

More about the relationship

Gregg Araki was previously in a relationship with actress Kathleen Robertson from 1997 to 1999. Apart from this, there are no further details available about Gregg’s past relationships. In addition, he previously self-identified as a gay Asian American. He has stated that although he has dated women in his life, he identifies as a gay man currently.

Who is Gregg Araki?

Gregg Araki is an American filmmaker. People mostly know him for his work in the Teen Apocalypse Trilogy: ‘Totally Fucked Up’, ‘The Doom Generation’, and ‘Nowhere.’ Additionally, he has also worked on several other movies and television series like ‘13 Reasons Why’, ‘White Bird in a Blizzard’, and ‘Mysterious Skin’ among others.

Gregg Araki: Age, Parents, Siblings, Family

Araki was born in Los Angeles, California on December 17, 1959. Throughout his childhood years, he grew up in nearby Santa Barbara, California. He was intrigued by the world of film-making since his childhood years. Gregg is of American nationality. Furthermore, he belongs to the Japanese ethnic background.

Gregg Araki: Education, School/College University

Talking about his education, Araki attended the University of California, Santa Barbara. He graduated from there with a B.A. in 1982. In addition, he also graduated from the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts with an M.F.A. in 1985.

Gregg Araki: Professional Life, Career

Araki initially made his directorial debut in 1987 with ‘Three Bewildered People in the Night.’ His second film was titled ‘The Long Weekend (O’Despair)’ which was released in 1989. In 1992, Gregg directed another movie, ‘The Living End. Since then, he has worked on several other movies and television series. All in all, he has over 15 credits as a director.

Some other movies and television series that Araki has worked in include ‘Heathers’, ‘13 Reasons Why’, ‘Riverdale’, ‘Red Oaks’, ‘Greenleaf’, ‘American Crime’, ‘Kaboom’, ‘Smiley Face’, ‘Mysterious Skin’, ‘Splendor’, and ‘Nowhere’ among others. Furthermore, Gregg also has 13 credits as a writer and 14 credits as a producer. He has also worked as an editor and cinematographer.

Gregg Araki: Awards, Nominations

Araki won the Jury Award in 2004’s Bergen International Film Festival. Additionally, he has also won Interfaith Award in Brisbane International Film Festival, Queer Palm in Cannes Film Festival, Ernest Artaria Award in Locarno International Film Festival, and Filmmaker on the Edge Award in Provincetown International Film Festival. All in all, he has 9 wins and 9 nominations to his name for various awards to date.

Gregg Araki: Net Worth, Income, Salary

Araki has not revealed his current salary. Furthermore, there are no details available about his estimated net worth.

Gregg Araki: Rumors and Controversy/Scandal

Araki’s film ‘White Bird in a Blizzard’ was controversial and the movie was criticized for its content. At present, there are no rumors concerning Gregg’s life and career.

Gregg Araki’s Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Body Size

Talking about his body measurement, there are no details available about Araki’s height and weight. His hair color is black and his eye color is dark brown.

Gregg Araki’s Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

Araki is not active over social media. He does not have his official Twitter account. Furthermore, he is not active on Facebook and Instagram as well.

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References: (rottentomatoes, Imdb)

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