Daniel Dae Kim Biography: Age, Net Worth, Height, Family

In 2020, his net worth is expected to be $10 million dollars.

Daniel Dae Kim

Do you know Who is Daniel Dae Kim?

Daniel Dae Kim is a well-known American actor who has appeared in a variety of shows including “Lost” and “Hawaii Five-0.” Daniel Dae Kim is also a producer, director, and voice actor. He recently tested positive for COVID-19 and claims to be “practically back to normal” after isolating himself and taking medications prescribed by his doctor.

Quick Fact Daniel Dae Kim

Full Name:Daniel Dae Kim
Age:53 years
Birthday:04 Aug
Wife:Mia Kim
Net Worth:$10 million
Height:5 feet 7 inches (1.70m)
Profession:Actor, Voice Actor, Director, Producer
Kids:Two (sons: Zander Kim and Jackson Kim)

Daniel Dae Kim: Early Life and Family

Daniel Dae Kim was born on August 4, 1968, in Busan, South Korea. His Korean surname is Kim Dae Hyun, and his nickname is DDK. Similarly, he is now 51 years old.

His parents are Jung Kim, his mother, and Dr. Doo-tae Kim, his father. When he was a year old, his family relocated to the United States, and he spent his childhood in New York City, Easton, and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

There is no information available about his siblings. According to several childhood photos posted on Daniel’s Instagram, he is not the Kim couple’s only child. “Meet the Kim kids,” he wrote in the caption of one of his photos. We adored our little sister even back then!” This implies that he grew up with his siblings, though he hasn’t mentioned them much.

Education Details

Kim attended and graduated from Freedom High School in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. It’s the same high school that Dwayne Johnson attended. In 1990, he graduated from Haverford College/Bryn Mawr College with a double bachelor’s degree in theater and political science. He received his MFA in acting from New York University’s Graduate Acting Program in 1996.

Daniel Dae Kim Dating Life (Relationship)

Despite spending time in Los Angeles and New York, Kim spends the majority of the year in Honolulu, Hawaii, with his wife Mia Kim, and two children. He returned to Hawaii after being thrown in Hawaii Five-0 after initially relocating there during the latter stages of Lost. On May 17, 2014, he spoke as a substitute at the 2014 University of Hawaii initiation service.

Daniel Dae Kim Net worth, Earnings, Award

His net worth is expected to be $10 million by 2020. The Lost actor won two awards for his performance in this film. He received the award for “Outstanding Ensemble Performance in a Drama Series” at the 12th Screen Actors Guild Awards in 2006.

He was also named “Outstanding Television Actor” at the 2006 Asian Excellence Awards. Daniel was also nominated for “Choice TV Actor – Action” at the 2011 and 2012 Teen Choice Awards. It was given in honor of his performance in Hawaii Five-0.

In addition, for “Outstanding Performance by an Actor,” Daniel received an AZN Asian Excellence Award, a Multicultural Prism Award, and a Vanguard Award from the Korean American Coalition. In 2009, Kim was awarded the prestigious KoreAm Achievement Award in Arts and Entertainment. He was named one of the “Sexiest Men Alive” by People Magazine twice.

Daniel was nominated for a Broadway Beacon Award for his performance in The King and I as the King of Siam.

Professional Career

Kim DDK is an American voice actor, producer, and actor. Daniel has made a career out of creating multifaceted, stereotype-busting roles as an actor, director, and now producer.
Before playing Chin Ho Kelly on Hawaii Five-0, Daniel was best known for his role as Jin-Soo Kwon on Lost. Lost is a hit show that earned him several awards, and he played Chin-Ho Kelly on Hawaii Five-0 for seven seasons.
Before his international success, Daniel discovered acting as a student at Haverford College. After graduation, he relocated to New York City and began his stage career. He appeared in several classic films, including Romeo and Juliet, Ivanov, and A Doll’s House.
Despite his early success, he continued his education in acting at New York University’s Graduate Acting Program.
After earning his MFA, Daniel began acting in films such as The Jackal, For Love of the Game, The Hulk, Spider-Man 2, and The Cave.
He also appeared in the Academy Award-winning film Crash. Daniel was most recently seen in the Divergent Series films Insurgent and Allegiant as Jack Kang. Daniel also played Ben Daimio in Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen.
Daniel’s voice acting credits include roles in animated series and films such as The Tale of Princess Kaguya.
It’s an award-winning film from Studio Ghibli. Furthermore, he narrated the PBS nature documentary series, Big Pacific. Daniel has also worked on video games like Saints Row. In the best-selling series, he played Johnny Gat.
Daniel has also appeared as a guest star on several television shows. Among them are CSI, ER, and two seasons as CTU Agent Tom Baker on 24. Kim also appeared in 2008’s The Andromeda Strain. The miniseries has received an Emmy nomination.
In addition to his acting career, Daniel runs his production company 3AD. He established it in 2014 to produce high-quality content for television, film, and digital media. He collaborated on it with ITV Studios America.
The organization is committed to telling stories about characters and cultures that have historically been underrepresented in today’s media. 3AD also contributed to The Good Doctor (Daniel Dae Kim). Daniel serves as Executive Producer on the critically acclaimed new series for the season.

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