Who is Ali Wong’s husband?
Asian American stand-up comedienne Alexandra “Ali” Wong is married to American entrepreneur Justin Hakuta. Wong is specially known for her Netflix stand-up special Baby Cobra. She has also made notable apperances in TV shows like as well as her television Are You There, Chelsea?, Inside Amy Schumer and the medical drama Black Box.
Wong’s husband Justin Hakuta is an entrepreneur and has managed to live far away from the lime lights that comes in unwarranted with having a celebrity foul mouthed stand up comedian wife.
Brief Bio of Justin Hakuta
Justin is initially from the Washington, district of Coloumbia but lives on greater Los Angeles area now. He was educated on Harvard Business School and like all the Harvardians, you can bet your ass he is smart. He is an innovative entrepreneur and has successfully translated skills to (his direct quote) launching products that satisfy customer needs and create tangible business impact.
He has held several positions in reputed American companies including sales and marketing associate at Honest Tea, product strategist at Direct TV Digital Innovation Lab. Hakuta also served as vice president for Young Alumni, Harvard Business School. He also served as co-founder and product lead at Avacara and is currently serving as Vice president of Products at Good RX. He has a daughter named Mari Hakuta with his wife.
How did Ali Wong and her husband Justin Hakuta meet?
Wong met Justin at a wedding and instantly sensed something special with the man. “I knew that he was a catch, so I was, like, ‘All right, Ali, you gotta make this dude believe that your body is a secret garden.’ She makes a sexy face and thrusts her big belly forward. “When really it’s a public park,” she continues, hand on stomach, “that has hosted many reggae fests, and has even accidentally let . . .” she trails off and counts, “two homeless people inside. I thought they were hipsters.”, a raunchy Wong revisits her first meeting.
Interesting facts about Justin, Wong and their marriage
A peculiar marriage with respect
The couple are enjoying a sort of a strange marriage. It looks like they have polar opposite personalities but it has not deemed their mutual respect in any ways. Justin was totally fine with Wong doing stand up comedy during her pregnancy (and joking about miscarriages) while Wong told the New Yorker that she wants her husband to be super successful.
Justin is a multi talented man
Hakuta is also a family man
Both Wong and Justin admit that they work hard for their families. Wong jokes that being parent is not inexpensive by any stretch of imagination (lactation expert, nanny and all). “My husband and I, we gotta work very hard—to not take care of our child ourselves”, Wong told The New Yorker.