Daniel Gillies Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Daniel Gillies Net Worth $3 Million Dollars
Daniel Gillies net worth: Daniel Gillies is a New Zealand actor that has a net worth of $3 million dollars. He was employed as a server in Canada before moving to La, California to pursue acting. He was participated in the Auckland Theatre Company and appeared in a number of productions which led to some lead character in the show Street Legal. After moving to La, he was cast in Spider-Man 2 and Bride & Prejudice. He recently completed his first written and directed movie, Broken Kingdom. Gillies is now married to Rachel Leigh Cook and has one daughter by the name of Charlotte Easton Gillies.
March 14, 1976
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
5' 11" (1.8 m)
Actor, Director, Writer
New Zealander, Canadian
Rachael Leigh Cook
Theodore Vigo Sullivan Gillies, Charlotte Easton Gillies
His wife, Rachael Leigh Cook, gave birth to their second child, son Theodore Vigo Sullivan Gillies, on April 4, 2015 at 5 am in Los Angeles.
His wife, Rachael Leigh Cook, gave birth to their first child, daughter Charlotte Easton Gillis, on September 28, 2013.
Is an accomplished stage actor - previous stage experiences includes Toa Fraser's "Vs" at the SiLO Theatre's Tales of Phantasy festival in 1997
New Zealanders have conventions and pleasantries, but we are direct. We are encouraged to be transparent with our behavior and not to employ passive aggression.
I will say that the food in both Japan and Italy was immaculate. I don't remember having bad food in either country.
Tell people you're a Canadian or a Kiwi when you travel and they'll adore you.
Cable had a latitude to move which created less censorship and bestowed upon the artists, the writers and the creators, more liberty to create their shows.
I moved to New Zealand from Winnipeg when I was almost five. I hated it. It was to a city in the south of New Zealand called Invercargill and there was constant rain. There was a depressing sensation in the air.
Kevin Smith is so great in 'Kingdom Come,' isn't he? He's kind of this very earthy poet. He just has this immediate gregariousness, like, you kind of just want to be his pal.