Daniella Monet Net Worth

December 12, 2023
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Daniella Monet Zuvic is an actress and singer born on 1st March 1989, in West Hills, California, USA. Apart from her television guest appearances, she is best known for her role of Trina Vega in the Nickelodeon TV series “Victorious”. Her other notable appearances include starring as Rebecca in the comedy-drama “Zoey 101”, and as Inga Veinshtein in the 2007 film “Nancy Drew”.

Have you ever wondered how rich Daniella Monet is? According to sources it has been estimated that Daniella Monet’s overall net worth is $3 million, accumulated mostly by appearing in numerous TV shows and series, but also several films since the mid-2000s. She is also successful as a singer, which has also added significantly to her net worth.

Daniella Monet Net Worth $3 Million

Daniella was born into a Chilean family, and also has Croatian and Italian ancestry. Her first television appearances began when she was seven years old, by performing in numerous TV commercials, then in 1997 making a guest appearance in an episode of “Pacific Blue”. Six years later, she landed recurring roles in TV series including “American Dreams” and “The Bernie Mac Show”. Another one of these roles was as Missy Keinfield in the TV series “8 Simple Rules”, and Monet also briefly portrayed the role of Megan Kleinman in the CBS sitcom “Listen Up!”. In the period from 2006-2007, she appeared in three episodes of “Zoey 101”, and films “Nancy Drew” and “Taking Five”. Her net worth was already well set.

One of her first recurring roles was in the NBC TV’s drama series “American Dreams”. Soon after, Daniella became a cast member of the Nickelodeon’s sitcom “Victorious”, landing her most popular role as Trina Vega, a student of Hollywood Arts with no talent and a weird, annoying and “sorta cute” character. Monet has also sung several songs for the show’s soundtrack. Some of her other notable roles include replacing Jennette McCurdy for the character of Bertha in “Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred”, “Fred 3: Camp Fred” and “Fred: The Show”. In 2011, Monet starred as Tootie in “A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!” and later reprised her role in the films’ sequels – “A Fairly Odd Christmas”(2012) and “A Fairly Odd Summer”(2014). All contributed steadily to her net worth.

Apart from her acting career, Monet has also worked as a TV host, including the Nickelodeon show “Awesomeness TV”, a show that consisted of YouTube clips with character sketches, parody music videos and celebrity satires; however, the show was cancelled after its second season in 2014. As of February 2016, Daniella is the host of another Nickelodeon production, the “Paradise Run” game show, which premiered its second season in November 2016. Her other recent activity includes a recurring role in the 5th season of the TV series “Baby Daddy”.

When it comes to her private life, Monet is a dedicated animal rights activist. She is a vegan and supports several animal welfare organizations such as PETA. As their member, Daniella appeared in one of PETA’s ads against human consumption of fish. Not much is known about her relationships, although rumor has it that she began dating football player Andrew Gardner in 2011.

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