Danny DeVito’s Daughter, Lucy DeVito Wiki and Bio
Lucy DeVito was born on 11 March 1983, in New York City, , USA, which means that she is 36 years old, her zodiac sign is Pisces, and nationality American. Lucy is perhaps best known as the daughter of Danny DeVito, but in her own right the actress has worked on projects such as “Deadbeat” and “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”.
So just how rich is Lucy DeVito as of early 2019? According to authoritative sources, this actress has a net worth of $80 million, accumulated from her career in the previously mentioned field plus no doubt with help from dad. She hasn’t spoken about assets such as houses and vehicles, but is obviously able to take care of herself financially.
Ethnicity and Background
Speaking about Lucy’s ethnicity, she is the daughter of Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman, and so is Caucasian and has brown hair and brown eyes, which suits her complexion perfectly. Judging from the photos available on the internet, she has a fit figure and always looks well put together at events she attends. Speaking about her education, she was a student at Brown University, and graduated with a degree in dramatic art. When it comes to DeVito’s relationship status, she prefers keeping that information behind closed doors. However, she has never been married and doesn’t have any children, but who knows what the future holds for her?
Father Danny DeVito
Lucy’s father, Danny DeVito was born on 17 November 1944, in Neptune Township, New Jersey, USA, which means that his zodiac sign is Sagittarius, and he’s 74 years old. Danny is an actor, best known for his work on “Matilda”, “Throw Momma from the Train”, “The War of the Roses” and “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” – in the latter, he plays the role of Frank Reynolds and has appeared in 146 episodes over the course of 13 years.
Being in the entertainment field, Lucy is naturally active on social media, such as Twitter and Instagram and uses her accounts to promote her work as well as to communicate with her fans. She is followed by 12,000 people on Twitter, and some of her latest posts include a tweet in which she wrote “Write about abortion, talk about abortion, debate about abortion. Bring it to the forefront, media!” Besides that, she has recently shared a photo of herself and her dog, which her followers seem to have loved.
DeVito is also active on Instagram and uses her accounts to let her fans take a closer look at what’s going on in her personal life. She has 2,800 followers on that social media, and has recently posted a photo of her mom with the caption reading “Hot tub time machine. Happy birthday my mem. Love you, you incredible woman”. Besides that, she shared a photo of herself and her friends, adding “Fun Sundance times! So cool to be a part of The Dial. Now showing at the New Frontier space. It’s SO cool!”
Lucy made her acting debut in 2005, when she joined the cast of “This Revolution”, and in 2006 followed by appearing in “Crumbs” and “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”, the latter being a renowned and beloved TV series in which her dad starred. As of 2008, the actress played the role of Wanda in “Just Add Water”, and in the same year had several more projects, appearing in “A Quiet Little Marriage” and “Wynnwood Lane”. As of 2009, she portrayed Anne Greenstein in “Leaves of Grass”, after which she continued in support roles such as Marlene in “Beware the Gonzo” and Melanie in “Empires”. Having finished with that aspect of her career, Lucy went on to work on several short movies, such as “Nest of Vipers”, “Moving Sale” and “Guess Whom”. Most importantly, in 2010, she began appearing in “Melissa & Joey”, ultimately finishing with her work on the series two years later.
— Lucy DeVito (@Lucydevito) April 15, 2017
As of 2014, Lucy played Charity Robeson in “Alpha House”, the TV series which follows the story of four republican senators as they share the same rental, and face re-election battles, having a chance to collaborate with people such as John Goodman, Clark Johnson, Matt Malloy and Mark Consuelos. In the same year, DeVito was cast to play the role of Sue in “Deadbeat”, which helped her gain more attention and recognition from the media, then in the next year, Lucy briefly appeared in movies such as “If I Could Tell You”, “Curmudgeons”, “The Comedian” and “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”. Finally, in 2019 she played the role of Yolanda in an episode of the critically appraised TV series, “Shameless”.
When it comes to Lucy’s latest projects, her movie “Rich Boy, Rich Girl” has been completed, whereas “Cubby”, in which she plays Alexis is in post-production. Overall, the actress has had 42 gigs on TV and in movies, which has allowed her to make a name for herself.