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Lucy DeVito

Published Mon Jun 13 2022 By chanel
Lucy DeVito

Lucy DeVito is an actress and media personality from the United States who is best known for being the daughter of Dany DeVito and Rhea Perlman, a well-known actor, comedian, producer, and director. Lucy has created a name for herself as a dedicated actor, despite her parents' achievements.

Miss Greenstein's role in the film "Leaves of Grass" made her famous. She appeared alongside her mother in the play 'Love, Loss, and What I Wore,' and opposite her father in the film 'The Comedian.' Her two-year stint as Jenny on 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' is among her television credits.

Family Background

Lucy Chet DeVito was born on March 11, 1983, in New York City, USA to parents Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman. Her father is a well-known comedian, actor, director, and producer as well as her mother was also a well-known actress in her day. Her mother is Jewish and her father is a fervent Catholic. Both religious and secular festivals are observed by Lucy and her family.

Lucy DeVito with her mother Rhea Perlman and father Danny DeVito (Source:

Daniel J. DeVito and Grace Fan DeVito, Lucy's younger siblings, have a wonderful bond with each other. She grew up in Beverly Hills, California, and Interlaken, New Jersey, with her brothers. They're both Hollywood celebrities, and it appears that it's in their blood. As the family's middle child, Grace DeVito was born on March 25, 1985. He is a film producer who has appeared in a number of films. Daniel, the family's youngest child, was born in October 1987 and starred in the 2016 film 'Curmudgeons.'

Early Life and Education

The young actress's parents' acting careers affected her, and she resolved to follow in their footsteps when she grew older. Her parents hoped that when their children grew older, they would be able to make that decision on their own. She was her father's favorite and the motivating force behind her acting career.

She began acting in plays in high school and continued to do so while at Brown University. She made her film debut in the 2005 film 'This Revolution,' in which she had a minor role.

Parent’s Relationship

Rhea, Lucy's mother, went to witness a stage performance in which her friend co-starred with Danny Lucy's father in 1971, and the two media celebrities met. Following the show, they were introduced to each other and began dating. Before being married on January 28, 1982, they lived together for eleven years. The adoring duo has even performed as an on-screen couple in films such as 'Matilda,' which was released in 1996. Rhea is well recognized for her part in the TV show "Cheers," which ran from 1982 to 1993.

Lucy was raised in a close-knit family as a child, but her parents divorced in 2012 after nearly 30 years of marriage. There was a period of turbulence until her parents reconciled and began to live together a year later. In March 2017, they parted amicably once more but did not divorce.

Theatre Performances

This hardworking lady has grown into a talented performer who has been on stage, in films, and on television. When she was 25 years old, she played Anne Frank, a German Holocaust victim, in a play at the Intiman Theatre in Seattle, Washington. Her performance was well-received by the press, and it acted as a springboard to fame.

Her on-stage work has continued with parts such as Evelyn in Neil LaBute's 'The Shape of Things in Los Angeles' and the lead role in the Ensemble Studio Theatre's piece 'Lucy' (EST). She also appeared in the play 'Love, Loss, and What I Wore,' alongside her mother.


Lucy made her acting debut in 2005 when she joined the cast of "This Revolution," and she followed that up in 2006 with roles in "Crumbs" and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," the latter of which her father also acted in. She starred as Wanda in "Just Add Water" in 2008, and then in "A Quiet Little Marriage" and "Wynnwood Lane" the following year. She starred as Anne Greenstein in the 2009 film "Leaves of Grass." Her other films include 'The Comedian,' in which she co-starred with her father and Robert De Niro, and 'Speech and Debate,' in which she played Marlene in "Beware the Gonzo" and Melanie in "Empires," and among others.

Lucy DeVito in her new movie costume. (Source: Lucy's Instagram)

DeVito went on to work on other short films after ending that part of her career, including "Nest of Vipers," "Moving Sale," and "Guess Whom." Most importantly, she first appeared on "Melissa & Joey" in 2010, and she stayed on the show for two years. Lucy's latest projects include "Rich Boy, Rich Girl" and "Cubby," both of which she stars in and is currently in post-production. Overall, the actress has played 42 roles on television and in films, helping her to build a reputation.

TV Series

The American actress starred as Charity Robeson in the 2014 TV series "Alpha House," which chronicles the narrative of four Republican senators who share property and are up for re-election. Lucy worked with John Goodman, Clark Johnson, Matt Malloy, and Mark Consuelos on the show. 

DeVito was cast as Sue in "Deadbeat" the following year, which helped her receive media notice and recognition. She had cameo appearances in films like "If I Could Tell You," "Curmudgeons," "The Comedian," and "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" the following year. Finally, she appeared in an episode of the critically acclaimed television series "Shameless" in 2019 as Yolanda.

Lucy DeVito's Net Worth 

Lucy DeVito's net worth is estimated to be $15 million as of 2022, which she has accumulated via her profession in the aforementioned area and, no doubt, with the help of her parents.

She hasn't revealed any assets, such as houses or automobiles, but she appears to be financially self-sufficient.

Awards & Achievements

Lucy DeVito has never won an Academy Award for her work since she began acting more than a decade ago. She is, without a doubt, a fantastic performer, and we believe her time will come. She has appeared in a number of films, including Lucy in 'Speech and Debate' (2017), Hillary in 'Sleepwalk with Me' (2012), and Miss Greenstein in 'Leaves of Grass' (2012). (2009).

She has also excelled in her television career, appearing in a number of roles such as Lisa in 'Girls' (2015) and many more. Her performance in 'The Shape of Things in Los Angeles' and her depiction of Lucy in the musical 'Lucy' cemented her place in American theatre.

Lucy’s Relationship Status

The 39-year-old actress is currently unmarried and has no intention of getting married. DeVito appears to be more concerned with her profession than anything else at the moment.

Lucy DeVito appears to be cherished and lovely. (Source: Lucy's Instagram)

Lucy Devito is not dating anyone as of 2022, and there are no records of her previous relationships.

Social Media Presence

Lucy works in the entertainment sector, so she is naturally active on social media platforms like Twitter and Instagram. She utilizes her accounts to promote her work as well as engage with her followers.

DeVito is on Instagram, where she uses her accounts to give her fans a closer look at what’s going on in her personal life. She has over 6k followers on that platform. Similarly, she owns a Twitter account with more than 12k followers.

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