Declan Joyce Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Declan Joyce Net Worth $500,000
Declan Joyce Net Worth: Declan Joyce is an Irish American performer that has a net worth of $500,000. Even though produced in the States, he’s of Irish origin and regularly goes to Ireland to see his relatives and friends there. By age seven, Joyce got his first taste of playing and years after he appeared to the big screen. But Joyce isn’t just a regular performer. He could be also a vegan who leads a healthier lifestyle and supports manifold charities around the globe. Out of all causes he supports, as crucial stand out One Campaign, Love Ride and American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. But that is not all, he’s got a somewhat strange custom to take care of a random homeless person into a meal also to some of his time once in a while.
October 14, 1970
Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Actor, Film Producer
United States of America
Lost Treasure of the Maya, 30, 000 Leagues Under the Sea, The Black Waters of Echo's Pond, Not Another Not Another Movie, A Kiss for Jed Wood, Dreaming on Christmas, The Blue Rose, The Other Side, An Irish Vampire in Hollywood
Credits billionaire H. Wayne Huizenga, owner of the Miami Dolphins, Waste Management, and past owner of Blockbuster Video, for allowing him to come to Los Angeles and pursue acting.
Works with Irish Travellers in Ireland
Irish Traveller (gypsy) background.
Formerly lived in Monkstown, Co. Dublin, Ireland; holds residency in W. Palm Beach, Florida and Rocky River, Ohio.
Is 100% Irish-American.
Spends one month each year in Dublin, Ireland and Belfast, N. Ireland.
Lives in Malibu, California.
Is a vegan.
Was cast in film Red Zone (2003) with friend Marc Edwards of the New England Patriots. Edwards sent him an autographed football signed by the entire team after winning the Super Bowl which was stolen. UPS then donated $5,000 to the Marc Edwards Foundation. This story appeared in The Cleveland Plain Dealer on July 2, 2002 and The Boston Globe on July 24, 2002. This then caught the attention of casting director Patrick Cunningham to put both Edwards and Joyce in the film Red Zone (2003) starring Freddy Rodriguez of Six Feet Under (2001).
Graduated from Lakewood High School, Lakewood, Ohio.
On October 16, 2002 former President Bill Clinton wrote a letter of support for his project, Irish Wonder. On March 14, 2003, President Bush invited Declan to The White House for a St. Patricks Day party with the President, Minister Ahern, Gerry Adams, David Trimble and John Hume.
Speaks fluent Spanish.
Was in his first theater play by age seven.
Started skating when he was five years old and played goalie most of his youth and adult life and in college
Is an advocate for helping out mid-western (Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Cincinnati) filmmakers.
A powerful mindset is what separates people. When I came to Los Angeles, I was so sold out for acting that if I were to lose everything and end up living in my car, I would still keep acting and get my way out. That is my commitment every day.
Everything I do revolves around me being Irish. I can't escape that. No matter what country I go to or live in, it is always there. Going back to Ireland and seeing family and friends always reinforces that.
Acting is like baseball in many ways. While many in Hollywood are focusing on the next 'big home run', I just try getting on base. Then I am happy!