Who is Grace Fan DeVito?
Grace Fan DeVito is an American actress and producer, but probably best known as the daughter of legendary Hollywood actor Danny DeVito. She has worked on several projects, mainly short films and TV series, both as an actress and a producer. Her most famous work is the short film “Bloom” (2007).
Grace Fan DeVito Age, Bio, Wiki
Grace Fan DeVito was born on March 25, 1985 in New York City, USA, the daughter of actors Danny DeVito and Rhea Pearlman. Grace is the middle of three children in the family – Jake DeVito is younger, while Lucy DeVito is older than her. Details about Grace’s early age and education are unknown, as she successfully keeps them out of the public eye.
Grace Fan DeVito Career
Like her famous parents, Grace Fan DeVito is involved in the film industry. She made her production debut in 2006 with Benji Samit’s comedy ‘My Girlfriend’s Abroad’ about a student, Kevin, whose world is turned upside down when his girlfriend goes abroad. , leaving him alone with his best friend from the fraternity and with a cute freshman girl. Stuart Paul Gibbs, Alex Clifford and Matt Perlmutter star in this film. Grace produced a short film called “Bloom” just a year later, about a young fisherman named Lankford and his ailing mother. Interestingly, Grace’s real-life mother Rhea Perlman played Lankford’s mother in the movie.
Grace made her acting debut when she appeared in the 2015 fantasy “Amboy” by Frances Scholz, starring Oscar nominee, Golden Globe Award and Primetime Emmy Award winner Paul Giamatti.
It was only a short appearance for Grace, after which she played various characters in an episode of the animated series “Jeff & Some Aliens” in 2017, providing her voice to Alien Actress, Lil’ Nubbins, Stoned Azurian Skater #2. There is no information about her current endeavors, whether Grace is currently working on a movie or not.
Grace Fan DeVito Net Worth, Height & Looks, Personal Life
According to authoritative sources, Grace Fan DeVito’s net worth is estimated to be over $1 million as of early 2020, thanks to her own efforts, and perhaps enhanced by the family name. Danny DeVito’s wealth is reportedly $80 million, so Grace probably has a backup if needed.
Grace hasn’t revealed her exact weight, but it looks like she’s quite a bit taller than her father, and also mother. She has brown eyes and brown hair.
Grace is mysterious about her personal life and has not shared anything about it. According to sources, she is currently single.
Grace Fan DeVito’s father – Danny DeVito
Daniel Michael ‘Danny’ DeVito Jr. was born on November 17, 1944 in Neptune Township, New Jersey, USA, the son of Julia DeVito (née Moccello) and Daniel DeVito Sr., a small business owner. Danny grew up with his two older sisters and is of Italian descent; the origin of his family comes from San Fele, Basilicata and Calabria. After graduating from Oratory Preparatory School in Summit, New Jersey in 1962, Danny trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, graduating in 1966, but before becoming an actor, DeVito was a qualified hairdresser.
He met his future wife, Rhea Perlman, in his early theater days when they performed together in plays produced by the Westbeth Playwrights Feminist Collective.
Danny DeVito Big Screen Career
Danny DeVito known for his short stature – he is only 1.47 m (4 ft 10 in) tall, but this has not hindered him, with over 130 on-screen credits in his illustrious career, all of which started in 1970 in Robert Clouse’s drama “Dreams of Glass”. He even had the honor of starring alongside Oscar-winning actress Sophia Loren in “Lady Liberty” (1971), but DeVito’s most significant early film career project was Milos Forman’s Oscar-winning drama “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” (1975) . ). Danny played the part of Martini in a supporting role of the legendary Jack Nicholson.
DeVito and Nicholson teamed up again a few years later in Nicholson’s Golden Globe Award-nominated film “Goin’ South” (1978).
Taxi and Rise to Stardom
Between 1978 and 1983, Danny DeVito played the role of a New York City cab dispatcher in the Golden Globe Award-winning series “Taxi”, appearing in all 114 episodes and winning a Golden Globe and Primetime Emmy for this role. Shortly after “Taxi” ended, DeVito played Vernon Dahlart in James L. Brooks’ multiple Oscar-winning comedy-drama “Terms of Endearment” (1983), starring Shirley MacLaine, Debra Winger and Jack Nicholson, and a year later co-starred with Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner in Robert Zemecki’s Oscar-nominated adventure “Romancing the Stone”, and teamed up with them again in “The Jewel of the Nile” (1985).
In 1986, DeVito starred with Bette Midler and Judge Reinhold in the Golden Globe Award-nominated comedy “Ruthless People,” while making his directorial debut in 1987 with “Throw Momma from the Train,” also co-starring with Billy Crystal. DeVito closed out the 1980s with two major roles in “Twins” (1988) with Arnold Schwarzenegger and in the Golden Globe Award-nominated “The War of the Roses” (1989), which he also directed.
Continued success in the 1990s
Danny DeVito continued to appear in influential films in the 1990s, such as Tim Burton’s Oscar-nominated “Batman Returns” (1992), in which he played the villainous Penguin alongside Michael Keaton, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Christopher Walken. That same year, DeVito directed and co-starred with Jack Nicholson in the Oscar-nominated biography drama ‘Hoffa’, while in 1994 he starred in the comedy ‘Renaissance Man’.
In the mid-1990s, DeVito starred with Gene Hackman, Rene Russo, and John Travolta in Barry Sonnenfeld’s Golden Globe Award-winning film “Get Shorty” (1995), while in 1996 he directed and starred in “Matilda.”
Danny kept busy for the next few years, appearing in Tim Burton’s “Mars Attacks!” (1996), and played a supporting role in Curtis Hanson’s Oscar-winning “LA Confidential” (1997), starring Kevin Spacey, Russell Crowe, Guy Pearce, and Kim Basinger. DeVito ended the 1990s with roles in Francis Ford Coppola’s “The Rainmaker” (1997), Sofia Coppola’s “The Virgin Suicides” (1999), and Milos Forman’s Golden Globe Award-winning biography comedy “Man on the Moon: ( 1999).), starring Jim Carrey.
Oscar nomination and latest work
DeVito received his only Oscar nomination for “Erin Brockovich” (2000), but interestingly, he was not initially nominated for the role.
DeVito received a nomination for his production, which was just one of many films he produced in his career. In 2001 Danny co-starred with Gene Hackman in David Mamet’s action “Heist”, while a year later he directed and co-starred with Robin Williams, Edward Norton and Catherine Keener in “Death to Smoochy”. He starred in plenty of other movies in the decade, but none of them drew much attention.
Meanwhile, DeVito co-stars with Charlie Day, Glenn Howerton, Rob McElhenney and Kaitlin Olson in the Primetime Emmy Award-nominated TV series “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” (2005-). Most recently, DeVito starred in “The Comedian” (2016) starring Robert De Niro, Tim Burton’s “Dumbo” (2019), and “Jumanji: The Next Level” (2019).
Personal life, height
Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman DeVito lived in a 1,354 sq ft house in Beverly Hills, California from 1994 to 2015 when they sold it for $24 million. The couple also owns a bungalow near Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, and a multi-residence complex on Broad Beach in Malibu. DeVito also owned a restaurant called DeVito South Beach in Miami Beach, Florida, but it closed in 2011.
Danny is good friends with Lucy Liu, Kristin Chenoweth and Judd Hirsch. DeVito is a strong supporter of the Democratic Party and supported candidate Bernie Sanders for president in March 2016. He also supported Jeremy Corbyn’s 2016 campaign in the UK Labor Party leadership election in July 2016.