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Charlie Mcdermott Biography
Charles Joseph McDermott is a West Chester, Pennsylvania-born American actor probably best known for his current role as Axl Heck in the television series “The Middle”. Born on 6 April 1990, Charlie McDermott is a well-recognized actor who has made a name in both Hollywood and on American television, Charlie has been actively entertaining us since 2004.
One of the most prominent actors of today, one may wonder how rich is Charlie at the present? As of early 2016, Charlie counts his net worth at the amount of $2 million. Needless to say, Charlie’s involvement in the entertainment business of America has been the most significant in adding to his wealth. Being a part of successful television series like “The Middle” and others has definitely added a lot to his riches over the years.
Charlie Mcdermott Net Worth $2 Million
Raised in West Chester, and Wilmington, Delaware, Charlie attended PA Leadership Charter School after transferring from Salesianum School. Driven by his early found interest towards acting, he moved to Los Angeles when he was only sixteen years old, and started his career as an actor appearing in several television series and Hollywood movies. In 2004, he debuted on television in the main cast of television series “Windy Acres” while his debut performance in Hollywood was in the movie “The Village”.
During his career, Charlie has been a part of several television series including “The Office”, “Medium” and “Private Practice” among others. More recently, he is prominent on television as the main cast of television series “The Middle” in which he plays the role of Axl Heck. Apart from series, he has also appeared in several television movies including “Bond Of Silence”, “Franklin Charter”, “Generation Gap”, “Captain Cook’s Extraordinary Atlas” and “Little Hollywood”. Of course, being a part of all these projects has significantly added to Charlie’s net worth.
Apart from television, Charlie has also shown prominence as a Hollywood actor. Until today, he has performed in eleven Hollywood movies including “The Village”, “Disappearances”, “The Ten”, “All Along”, “Frozen River”, “Sex Drive”, “Safe Harbor” and most recently “Slow Learners” among several others. Along with these, we can also see his performance in short films like “Keeping Up With The Kids”, “Holy Sapien”, “Oh My Captain!” and “Good Grief”. All of these movies have not only helped Charlie hold onto his prominence in Hollywood, but have also helped him become a multi-millionaire as of now.
Along with acting, Charlie has also wet his hands as a writer and director as he most recently directed his co-written movie “ImagiGARY”. For his contributions towards showbiz, he was nominated for Independent Spirit Award for his role as Troy J. Eddy in the movie “Frozen River”.
In his personal life, Charlie dated actress Shelby Young in 2010, but then in 2011 married New Zealand actress Beth Allen. As of now, the 25 years old actor has been enjoying his success on television as well as in Hollywood while directing and writing movie scores. Moreover, his present net worth of $2 million has been catering to Charlie McDermott’s daily life in every way possible.
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|Full Name||Charlie McDermott|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Date Of Birth||April 6, 1990|
|Place Of Birth||West Chester, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Height||5 ft 7 in (1.71 m)|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Parents||Charlie McDermott, Barb McDermott|
|Siblings||Erin McDermott, Grace McDermott|
|Nicknames||Charles Joseph McDermott , Charles McDermott , Charles Joseph "Charlie" McDermott|
|Nominations||Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male, Kids' Choice Award for Favorite TV Actor|
|Movies||Frozen River, Hot Tub Time Machine, The Village, Bond of Silence, Disappearances, Sex Drive, The Ten, Safe Harbor, Captain Cook's Extraordinary Atlas, Morning|
|TV Shows||The Middle, Living the Dream|
|1||According to the DVD for The Ten (2007), there were 52 takes where Charlie was slapped in the back of his head by Liev Schreiber.|
|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|2016||The Golden Coyote Paws||Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema||Best Actor in a Short Film||Three Days (2015)|
|2015||Blimp Award||Kids' Choice Awards, USA||Favorite TV Actor||The Middle (2009)|
|2011||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Outstanding Young Ensemble in a TV Series||The Middle (2009)||Eden Sher|
|2009||Independent Spirit Award||Independent Spirit Awards||Best Supporting Male||Frozen River (2008)|
|The Middle||2009-2017||TV Series||Axl Heck|
|Super Clyde||2015||TV Movie||Clyde|
|Three Days||2015||Short||Young Sean|
|Slow Learners||2015||Student in Guidance Office|
|Bond of Silence||2010||TV Movie||Ryan Aldridge|
|Good Grief||2010||Short||Jack Hinkler|
|Hot Tub Time Machine||2010||Chaz|
|Captain Cook's Extraordinary Atlas||2009||TV Movie||Pale Boy|
|Safe Harbor||2009||TV Movie||David Porter|
|Private Practice||2009||TV Series||Bobby Douglas|
|Little Hollywood||2009||TV Movie||Richie Seaman|
|Medium||2009||TV Series||Brandon Whitman|
|Oh My Captain!||2008||Short||Ethan|
|Generation Gap||2008||TV Movie||Corey Williams|
|Sex Drive||2008||Andy (as Charles McDermott)|
|The Office||2008||TV Series||Student|
|All Along||2007||Tom Harrison|
|The Ten||2007||Jake Johnson|
|Disappearances||2006||Wild Bill Bonhomme|
|Keeping Up with the Kids||2005||Short||Sneaky|
|Franklin Charter||2005||TV Movie||Wes|
|Windy Acres||2004||TV Series||Young Gerald|
|The Real||2017||TV Series||Himself|
|Patricia Heaton Parties||2015||TV Series||Himself|
|The Chew||2013||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|The View||2010-2013||TV Series||Himself|
|Extreme Makeover: Home Edition||2011||TV Series||Himself|
|The 2009 Independent Spirit Awards||2009||TV Special||Himself|