Danica McKellar is an American actress, mathematician, and writer who is best known for portraying Winnie Cooper and Susan Malcolm in ‘The Wonder Years’ and Where Hope Grows.
Writing four mathematics books and appearing on the television screen, Danica McKellar has accumulated a net worth of $6 million. She has appeared in about 32 films throughout her 35 years of acting career. Besides, three of her books became The New York Times children’s bestseller.
Furthermore, McKellar became World News with Charles Gibson’s person of the week for her prominent role to enhance interest in mathematics, especially girls.
Danica’s main source of earning is acting and selling books. However, she has been successful on both sides to grow to a million.
Particularly, Danica’s earning from the box office is mentioning below:
- Domestic Box Office: $1156000
- International Box Office: $10052
- Worldwide Box Office: $1166052
Danica McKellar is the No.3 highest-paid hallmark actresses. She has appeared in many high grossing films. Below is her appeared films and earning:
|Year||Films Name||Role||Earning From Box Office|
|2002||The Black Hole||Rachael||$35 million|
|2010||Scooby-Doo! Abracadabra-Doo||Madelyn Dinkley (voice)||$4.6 million (Domestic)|
|2015||Where Hope Grows||Susan Malcolm||$1.2 million|
McKellar played a ten years old child character in the CBS television series ‘The Twilight Zone’. This series has earned $29 million worldwide.
Furthermore, Danica appeared in five Video games. Below are these video games, her role, total downloads, and earning:
|Year||Name of Game||Role||Downloads||Earnings|
|2004||X-Men Legends||Jubilee||800k||$28 million|
|2004||EverQuest II||Pona||325k||$59 per|
|2006||Marvel: Ultimate Alliance||Invisible Woman||1 million approx.||$55 on Amazon|
|2009||Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2||Invisible Woman||1 million approx.||$59 on Amazon|
|2013||Young Justice: Legacy||Miss Martian||100k approx.||–|
As a mathematician, Danica has written four books where three of these are The New York Times’ bestseller. Below is her published books and selling rate:
|Year||Name of the Book||Sales Rank|
|2008||Math Doesn’t Suck||18517|
|2009||Kiss My Math: Showing Pre-Algebra Who’s Boss||67698|
|2010||Hot X: Algebra Exposed||90610|
|2012||Girls Get Curves: Geometry Takes Shape||76554|
To sum up, below is Danica McKellar’s yearly, monthly, weekly, and daily income/salary:
- Yearly Income: $1.02 million
- Monthly Income: $85k
- Weekly Income: $19k
- Daily Income: $2.7k
Danica McKellar: At a Glance
|Full Name||Danica Mae McKellar|
|Date of Birth||3 January 1975|
|Birth Place||La Jolla, California, U.S.|
|Height||5 ft 4 in (1.63m)|
|Spouse||Michael Verta (2009-2012), Scott Sveslosky (m. 2014)|
|Net Worth||$6 million|
Danica Mae McKellar is the daughter of Mahaila and Christopher who was born in La Jolla, a hilly and seaside city of California, on 3 January 1975.
Christopher was a real estate developer where McKellar’s mom, Mahaila, was a homemaker. Danica is of Scottish and Portuguese descent.
From an early age, Danica was passionate about mathematics. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from the University of California. She has published numerous scientific research papers throughout her education life.
Danica McKellar appeared in The Wonder Years when she was a toddler. She studied acting at the Les Strasberg Institute at the age of seven.
Later, she appeared in movies like Sidekicks, Good Neighbor, Reality School, Jane White Is Sick & Twisted, Raising Genius, Where Hope Grows, The Fiddling Horse, and so on.
McKellar’s debut film appearance was The Twilight Zone. She portrayed the character of Nola, a ten years child. However, Danica McKellar is best known for her role in The Wonder Years and Where Hope Grows.
Besides, McKellar appeared in numerous TV series and Video Games.
Talking about her writing career, she has presented mathematics easy and interesting throughout her four books. Three of them became children’s best sellers.
Throughout her career, McKellar has won many prestigious honors and awards. In 2007, she became World News with Charles Gibson’s Person of the week for her ‘Math Doesn’t Suck’ book.
Because of her enormous contribution to Mathematics, McKellar won the Joint Policy Board for Mathematics Award, in 2014.
Danica McKellar Husband of Recent Image
Yes, Danica received her Ph. D in mathematics in 2015. She completed her higher education at the University of California in 1998. She further took her Ph. D from this University.
Danica has dated composer Michael Verta since 2001. In March 2009, McKellar married Verta. They have a son named Draco. In 2010, Draco was born.
Danica McKellar is the No. 3 highest-paid hallmark actress. Generally, hallmark movie actors who play leading roles get $2267 to $3488 per week.