Daniel Dimaggio

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Daniel Dimaggio is a young American actor best known for his portrayal as Oliver Otto in the ABC sitcom American Housewife. He has become the center of attention on social media due to his outstanding acting ability and charming attitude. He is also known for being the son of actor Lou DiMaggio and actress Loretta Fox.

What is the Net Worth, Salary, and Income of Daniel Dimaggio in 2022?

Daniel made his first appearance in a short film and a music video when he was eight years old. Then he appeared in a music video directed by John Asher for the band Space Plane and The Blue Flames. Later, he starred as a youthful Superman with cast member Katie McGrath in the CBS/CW drama Supergirl. He also contributed his voice to the animated series Clarence.

Daniel, a teen actor, has acted in a number of films and television shows, including American Housewife, Haunted Hathaways, and Burn Notice.

Despite the fact that his acting career has taken off, he also earned a medal as a marathon runner in February of 2016.

Daniel DiMaggio’s net worth is estimated to be $50 thousand as of 2019. According to the SAG-AFTRA study, the median weekly income for a child actor/actress ranges from $1,166 to $3,403, depending on the film’s budget.


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 Wikis of Daniel Dimaggio

Real Name Daniel Dimaggio
Birthday 30 July 2004
Birthplace Los Angeles, California, U.S
Zodiac Sign Leo
Nationality American
Ethnicity White
Profession Actor
Parents Lou DiMaggio and Loretta Fox
Dating/Girlfriend Not Disclosed
Married/Wife No
Sibling Jacklyn and Michael
Salary $1,166 – $3,403 per week
Net Worth $50 thousand

Early Life of Daniel Dimaggio: Age , Born and Education

Daniel Dimaggio was born on July 30, 2004 in Los Angeles, California, to parents Lou DiMaggio and Loretta Fox. He grew up with his two siblings, Jacklyn and Michael. He is of Caucasian ethnicity and holds the nationality of the United States. Los Feliz Charter School was where he began his schooling.

Family, Siblings, and Parents

Daniel was born into the DiMaggio actor family, to Lou DiMaggio and Loretta Fox. His father is well recognized for his part on HBO’s famous show Curb Your Enthusiasm, in which he plays a recurrent character. His mother, on the other hand, is known for roles in films such as Blades of Glory, Janeane from Des Moines, and Going the Distance.

His parents married on October 26, 2002, and have been happily married for the past half-decade. Jaclyn and Michael, his two siblings, raised him.

Body Measurements: Height and Weight

Daniel stands 5 feet 4 and a half inches tall and weighs around 50 kilograms. His hair is dark, and his eyes are brown.

Relationship Status: Dating  and Girlfriend 

Daniel, a young actor in his twenties, has never been in a relationship. At the time, he is still living on his own. He also enjoys keeping his personal life hidden from the media and the general public.

Furthermore, he hasn’t revealed any information about any girls in the media. Investigating his social media accounts yields little information regarding his dating life. He does, however, show his images to his parents on a regular basis. For the time being, Daniel is more concerned with advancing his work than with finding a girlfriend.

Professional Life and Career

Daniel DiMaggio has always had a deep interest in the entertainment industry, as both of his parents work in the industry. Finally, when he was nine years old, he began appearing in television ads.

As time went on, he began auditioning for the TV show. Later that year, in the short Geisho, he made his first appearance. Later, he began to appear in television shows such as Burn Notice, The Haunted Hathaways, and Clarence.

In 2014, he made his acting debut as Tom Murphy in the film A Tiger’s Tail.

However, it was his debut in the comedic TV series American Housewife in the hilarious role of Oliver Otto that initially drew the audience’s notice. Oliver is a ballet dancer in the series who has committed to receiving ballet scholarships at Harvard University. He was instrumental in dispelling a misconception about male dancers through the series.

Following that, he lent his voice to the character of Brady in the Clarence short cartoon.

As a voice actor, he also appeared in other programs such as The Loud House and Vampirina.


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