Quick Facts Kimiko Gelman

  • NameKimiko Gelman
  • Birth NameKimiko R. Gelman
  • Birth Year1966
  • Birth month02
  • NationalityAmerican
  • Birth PlaceBrooklyn, New York
  • EthnicityWhite
  • ProfessionAmerican actress
  • Net Worth$1 million
  • Salary$45,000-$100,000
  • Eye ColorBrown
  • Hair ColorBlack
  • Weight in KG68 KG

Kimiko Gelman is an American actress better known for her role as Rose in the series Rags to Riches. She appeared in the movie The Hunger Games as Venia. Gelman has also acted in various theater productions in the United States. Besides, Kimiko is the granddaughter of the American artist, Aaron Gelman.

As of 2019, Kimiko Gelman has an estimated net worth of $1 million. Further, her annual salary is reported to be $45,000-$100,000. In addition, she is married to an actor John Prosky and has a son from their relationship. Moreover, she was previously married to Jeff Cazanov

Scroll down to know more about Gelman’s childhood, career, marriage, children, education, awards, affairs, divorce, net worth, salary, and relationships.

What is Kimiko Gelman’s Net worth in 2019?

Allocating information from several sources as of 2019, Gelman’s current net worth is estimated to be around $1 million. Being such a renowned actress, Gelman earns a tremendous amount of money from her acting career.

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Do you know an average salary for an actor in the United States is around $45,000? Well, a professional actor can earn up to several million form their acting career.

Gelman has been involved in the acting field since long and has starred in numerous movies and television series to date. In addition, Gelman often visits new places with her family during vacations.

Kimiko Gelman Personal life

Aged 52, the versatile actress Kimiko Gelman is married twice in her life. Previously, Gelman was married to Jeff Casanova. But yet, none of them have mentioned the exact date of their wedding. However, the duo failed to give continuity to their relationship and later divorced. 

caption-kimiko Gelman with her husband and son

After that, Gelman married her second husband, an American actor John Prosky on 17th September 2000.

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The couple is blessed with a son Joseph Kai Prosky. Since their wedding, Gelman and John have maintained a peaceful relationship. To date, they haven’t faced any rumors of divorce and other extramarital affairs.

Kimiko Gelman Early life and Education

Kimiko Gelman was born as Kimiko R. Gelman on 20th February 1966, in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States. Her nationality is American and holds white ethnicity. Her grandfather Aaron Gelman is an artist. 

However, Gelman hasn’t revealed any information about her parents and siblings. Moreover, her education background is also not revealed. 

Kimiko Gelman Career

Kimiko Gelman made her acting debut through the television series Rags to Riches. From 1987 to 1988, Gelman portrayed the role of Rose Foley and appeared in 20 regular episodes. Within a short interval of time, she gained a wide recognization. Moreover, her other television series appearances are,

  • Knots Landing-1988
  • Hunter-1990
  • Chicago Hope-1995
  • Beverly Hills, 90210-1996
  • Ned & Stacey-1996
  • The West Wing-2000
  • The Division-2002
  • CSI: Miami-2005
  • Zoey 101-2006
  • How to Get Away with Murder-2016

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Furthermore, Gelman made her movie debut through The Pickle in 1993 playing the role of Patti Wong. Gelman next starred as Beth’s Secretary in 1994 movie A Passion to Kill. Her other movie appearances include,

  • Mother-1996
  • Billy’s Hollywood Screen Kiss-1998
  • For the People-2002
  • The Hunger Games-2012
  • The Hunger Games: Catching Fire-2013
  • The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1-2014
  • The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2-2015

She has further played the role of Vice-Principal in the series 13 Reasons Why alongside Katherine Langford, Devin Druid, Dylan Minnette, Alisha Boe, etc.