How rich is Danica McKellar?
Danica McKellar Net Worth:
|Birth date:||January 3, 1975|
|Birth place:||La Jolla, San Diego, California, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 3 in (1.6256 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Screenwriter, Author, Film director, Film Producer, Academician, Advocate|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Scott Sveslosky (m. 2014), Mike Verta (m. 2009–2013)|
|Siblings:||Crystal McKellar, Chris Junior, Connor McKellar|
|Books:||Kiss My Math|
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Danica McKellar Net Worth $3 Million
Danica Mae Mackellar is an actress in the US. She’s also an academic and education advocate. Danica Mackellar’s net worth is now estimated to be $3 Million. She was born on January 3rd 1975 in La Jolla, California, and is most renowned for the way she depicted Winnie Cooper in The Wonder Years television show. She’s really a star writer. Danice is a bestselling writer based on the New York Times. Four of her popular non fiction publications specifically, Kiss My Math, Mathematics Doesn’t Suck, Girls Get Curves: Geometry Takes Shape, and Hot X: Algebra Exposed have made it to this list. Her novels support middle-school and high-school girls to have assurance and succeed in math.
McKellar’s second novel, “Kiss My Math” was released on August 5th 2008. The novel’s intented audience was girls in the 7th through the 9th grades. Her third novel, “Hot X: Algebra Exposed” was released on August 3rd 2010. It was aimed at girls in the 8th to 10th grade, or even grownups who wish to learn algebra. Her fourth novel “Girls Get Curves — Geometry Takes Shape”, reveals her readers how to feel assured, get in the driver’s seat, and master the core concepts of high school geometry.
The New York mom is Mahalia, who’s a homemaker. Her father Christopher is a property developer. Her family is a big mix of Western Europe — her mom’s lineage is Portuguese and her dad’s lineage is Scottish, Irish, French, German and Dutch. Her sister is Crystal McKellar. Both the sisters gave precedence to their own education. As a result, Crystal became a corporate lawyer and Danica specialized in math. Danica and Crystal also have two half-brothers, Chris Junior and Connor McKellar.