Who is Charlotte Easton Gillies? Age, Daughter of Daniel Gillies

April 18, 2024
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Who is Charlotte Easton Gillies?

Charlotte Easton Gillies is a Canadian-American celebrity child, the daughter of actors Daniel Gillies and Rachael Leigh Cook, born on 28 September 2013 under the Libra zodiac sign in Los Angeles, California USA. She is now eight years old, and for now, remains only known as the daughter of famous actors. She has a younger brother, Theodore Vigo Sullivan Gillies, who was born on 4 April 2015.

Charlotte Gillies Parents Relationship and Divorce

The couple met in a Los Angeles bar in 2003 and after just five months of romance, Daniel proposed to Charlotte’s mother.


The wedding bells rang on 8 August 2004 and they remained married until 2019 when they split, while the divorce process was finalized on 10 March 2021. They have remained good friends and are raising their two children in joint custody. sThey have shared their assets equally and there has been no monthly support installment for either of the ex-spouses.

Charlotte Easton Gillies’ Father, Daniel Gillies Biography

Born Daniel Joshua Gillies on 14 March 1976 in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada, the son of New Zealand parents who at the time of his birth lived in Canada, with his parents he went to New Zealand when he was five.


The family eventually settled in Hamilton after living for some time in New Zealand’s southernmost city, Invercargill. He attended Hamilton Boys’ High School and though none of his family members had any connections with acting, he expressed his desire to become an actor, saying later that it was the only thing he was good at.

Daniel launched his career in the late ‘90s, making his debut in a minor role in the Primetime Emmy Award-winning war drama film “A Soldier’s Sweetheart” (1998), which starred Tony Billy, Christopher Birth and Georgina Cates.

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He continued his career with minor roles in such projects as the TV series “Young Hercules” (1999) and “Cleopatra” (2000), before he was chosen for the role of Tim O’Connor in the award-winning crime-drama series “Street Legal”. He featured in 26 episodes before moving to Australia, later Canada, and ultimately Los Angeles, California USA.

The lack of opportunities speeded his move to Canada and the US in the early 2000s. At first, he worked as a waiter and dishwasher before he got his first acting credits in Canada.


He was chosen for the part of Mitchel in the film “Various Positions” (2002), and the same year he made his move to the US and was chosen as Delfont Chalfont in the adventure family fantasy mini-series “Snow Queen”.

Next, Daniel secured one of his most prominent roles to date, as John Jameson in the film “Spider-Man 2” (2004), and the same year he was Johnny Wickham in the modern adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic novel “Pride and Prejudice”, entitled “Bride & Prejudice”, directed by Gruinder Chadha, and starring Martin Henderson, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, and Nadira Babbar.

Before making a name for himself as Elijah Mikaelson, he guest appeared in such TV series as “Masters of Horror” (2007), then “NCIS” and “True Blood”. He portrayed Elijah in 23 episodes of the critically acclaimed fantasy horror-drama series “The Vampire Diaries” from 2010 to 2014, while his character was made one of the main protagonists in the  spin-off, entitled “The Originals”, in which he appeared in 92 episodes from 2013 to 2018.

To speak more of his accomplishments, from 2012 to 2015 he was Dr. Joel Goran in the TV series “Saving Hope”, while in 2017 he portrayed Robert Durst, the notorious serial killer in the television movie “The Lost Wife of Robert Durst”. In 2019, Daniel was chosen for the role of Mark Monroe in the TV series “Virgin River”, and has so far appeared in 11 episodes of the award-winning romantic drama series.


Following his split from Rachael Leigh Cook, Daniel is back into the dating game, and has recently introduced his new girlfriend Julia Misaki, to the public.

As of late 2021, Daniel Gillies’s net worth has been estimated to be around $3 million, earned through his career as an actor.

Charlotte Easton Gillies Mother, Rachael Leigh Cook Biography

Rachael Leigh Cook was born on 4 December 1979, in Minneapolis, Minnesota USA. She’s the daughter of Thomas Howard Cook and his wife JoAnn. Of Italian ancestry, Rachel attended Clara Barton Open School, then Laurel Springs School, and eventually Minneapolis South High School.

Her career began when she was just ten years old, appearing in commercials for such brands as Target, Milk-Bone and others, while her acting debut came in 1995, when she was selected for the role of Mary Anne in the family comedy-drama film “The Baby-Sitters Club”, co-starring Schuyler Fisk and Bre Blair. Since then, Rachael has gone on to appear in more than 95 film and TV titles – some of her most prominent roles include Laney Boggs in the film “She’s All That” in 1999, then as Beth in the film “Sally” in 2000, as Josie McCoy in the film “Josie and the Pussycats” (2001), while in 2003 she was Cheri in the award-winning comedy crime-drama film “11:14”, written and directed by Greg Marcks, and starring Henry Thomas, Colin Hanks and Ben Foster.


Next, from 2012 to 2015, Rachael starred in the TV crime-drama series “Perception” with Eric McCormack, and in 2017 she was Hermia in the fantasy comedy film “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, co-starring Paz de la Huerta and Avan Jogia. Most recently, she portrayed Anna Sawyer in the updated remake of the 1999 hit film “She’s All That”, entitled” He’s All That”, which starred Addison Rae, Tanner Buchanan and Madison Pettis.

Just like Charlotte’s father, Rachael has returned to the dating world, and is currently in a romantic relationship with producer Kevin Mann.

According to sources, Rachael Leigh Cook’s net worth has been estimated at around $5 million as of late 2021, earned through her impressive award-winning acting career.

Olivia Wilson

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