Danica Mckellar is a Hollywood actress whose a net worth of $6 million. She has been able to accumulate such a huge worth as a successful actor, screenwriter, author, film director, and producer.
Most of us recognized her from the hit movie "Sidekicks" as Lauren. She earns a major portion of the income from series, movies, and direction. She made her professional debut with "The Wonder Years" as Winnie Cooper.
Here is some information about how she made her net worth.
Appearances in Television Series and Films
Danica McKellar started her acting career as a child artist in "The Twilight Zone" in 1985. Later, in 1988 she got a role in the series "The Wonder Years", which is broadcast on ABC.
There she is the main character that runs Season 1 to 6. Furthermore, she has been featured in many TV series such as "Babylon 5", "Sirens Working", "The Division", and many more.
Additionally, the actress has played the role of Miss Martian in the TV show "Young Justice" from 2010 to 2013. She is ranked as No. 3 highest-paid hallmark channel actress who received on average $2267 to $3488 per week, whereas she has played more than 15 Television films associate with them.
Her films are "Crown for Christmas", "Love and Sunshine", "Christmas at Dollywood" and "Matchmaker Mysteries: The Art of the Kill" and many more.
Earning of Movies
Apart from her TV series appearance, she is equally dedicated to her filmy career. In 992, she debuted from the action movie "Sidekicks" on the big screen starring Chuck Norris. The movie has collected $17,180,393.
After it she has done thrillers and horror films "Black Hole", "Jane White Is Sick & Twisted", "21 and a Wake - Up", and many more. By looking at the income from movies there is no doubt that she can collect this huge new worth.
Here is a list of movies and their collection on the box office:
The Black Hole- $35 million
Sidekicks- $17 million
Hack!- $7 million
Intermission- $5 million
Danica McKeller has worked behind the camera who has written numerous books. She released her first book, "Math Doesn't Suck: How to Survive Middle School Math without Losing Your Mind or Breaking a Nail".
The book is enlisted as best sellers reported by New York Times. Then published books like "Kiss My Math: Showing Pre- Algebra Who's Boss", "Hot X: Algebra Exposed", "Girls Get Curves: Geometry Takes Shape", and many more.
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