What is Daniel Sharman’s net worth?
|Net Worth:||$8 Million|
|Country of Origin:||British|
|Source of Wealth:||Professional Actor|
Daniel Sharman Net Worth in 2020
As of 2020, Daniel Sharman’s net worth is about 8 million dollars. Daniel Sharman is a talented English actor born on April 25, 1986.
How Daniel Sharman makes his money
Daniel Sharman is best recognized for his roles as Troy Otto on Fear the Walking Dead (2017), Isaac Lahey on the TV series Teen Wolf (2012–2014), Lorenzo de’ Medici in Medici: The Magnificent (2018), and Kaleb Westphall / Kol Mikaelson on The Originals (2014–2015), including the film Immortals (2011).
Over several years of Daniel Sharman’s acting career, he has earned a good amount of wealth. Daniel Sharman’s net worth is 8 million dollars, as of 2020.
Daniel Sharman started his professional acting role was in the movie The Last Days of Edgar Harding, in which he acted as a musician. In 2010, Sharman served as Ares, the Greek god of war, in the fantasy movie Immortals alongside Kellan Lutz, Henry Cavill, and Mickey Rourke, among others, was released in 2011.
He also performed in the horror film The Collection, which was released in November 2012.
Daniel Sharman’s television recognition include roles in Inspector Lewis, Judge John Deed, and the television flicks Starting Over, and When Calls the Heart.
In 2012, Daniel Sharman had a main recurring character as werewolf Isaac Lahey in the MTV’s supernatural series Teen Wolf. In 2014, after the season 3 finale, it was published that he would be leaving the series as Sharman wanted to explore different opportunities.
Daniel Sharman than later joined The Originals as the recurring character. In 2017, it was confirmed that he joined the cast of AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead as a regular series in Troy Otto’s character. The third season of the sequence premiered that same year.
He was later cast in the leading role in Medici: The Magnificent. He portrays Lorenzo de’ Medici for the proposed two-season run of the series. The two seasons of Medici: The Magnificent serves as the second and third season of the Medici franchise and is produced 20 years after the conclusions of the loosely correlated first season, named Medici: Masters of Florence.
In March 2019, Daniel Sharman joined Cursed, a Netflix television series based on a re-imaging of the Arthurian legend. He portrays a The Weeping Monk. The series Cursed is set to premiere on Netflix on July 17, 2020.