Who is Catharine Daddario?
Catharine Daddario was born on 16 December 1992, in New York City, USA, and is an actress as well as a social media personality, well-known for being one of the Daddario actor siblings. She is the younger sibling of actors Matthew and Alexandra Daddario. She has mostly appeared in independent film projects during her career, and now has a significant online following.
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The Net Worth of Catharine Daddario
Catharine Daddario’s net worth is estimated to be over $1 million, earned mostly through her acting endeavors. She may also have benefits from the success of her siblings, as Matthew has a net worth estimated to be over $3 million, while Alexandra’s is estimated at over $8 million.
Early Life, Education, and Career
Catharine’s father previously worked under New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, as the head of the counter-terrorism unit of the New York Police Department (NYPD). He is a lawyer and a former federal prosecutor. Her mother is also a lawyer, while her grandparents have a history in politics in the locality and the country.
However, she along with her siblings opted not to pursue any of those career paths, turning their attention towards the arts, particularly acting.
After matriculating from high school, she enrolled at the City University of New York, taking up a degree in English, Linguistics, and Rhetoric. CUNY is the largest urban university system in the country, with 26 campuses. It has been operational since 1961, and has over 275,000 students enrolled annually.
After completing her degree, she began working in an assistant role for the talent management company -The Only Agency. She also pursued acting similar to that of her siblings, but has mostly taken roles in independent films.
Brother – Matthew Daddario
After completing a degree in economics at Indiana University, Bloomington, Matthew got his first professional acting role in the romantic drama “Breathe In”, playing the character Aaron, starring Guy Pearce and Felicity Jones. It tells the story of a teacher who has an affair with a foreign exchange student. Afterwards, he was given a supporting role in “Delivery Man” which starred Vince Vaughn, and is a remake of the Canadian release entitled “Starbuck”; it received mixed reviews.
Regardless, more opportunities opened for him, and in 2014, he was cast in “When the Game Stands Tall” alongside Jim Caviezel and Laura Dern.
The film tells the story of the De La Salle Spartans, who set an American Football high school record of 151 consecutive games won. The following year, he became the star of “Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List”, which is based on the book written by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan.
In 2016, he was cast in one of his most notable roles in the series entitled “Shadowhunters” which is based on the Cassandra Clare novel series called “The Mortal Instruments. He stayed with the show for three years, and also worked on other projects during this period, including a remake of “Cabin Fever”.
Going live in 5 minutes on Instagram. Here's a selfie from work.
Pigs are flying by a blue moon maybe? pic.twitter.com/uZRShfOcs6
— Matthew Daddario (@MatthewDaddario) March 12, 2018
Sister – Alexandra Daddario
At a young age, Alexandra had already decided on an acting career, taking up the Meisner acting technique since joining the Professional Children’s School during her childhood. After matriculating from high school, she enrolled at Marymount Manhattan College, but dropped out to pursue acting full-time.
During this time, she had already gained a few roles, including in “All My Children”, and “Percy Jackson & the Olympians” in which she portrayed Annabeth Chase, which she reprised in “Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters”.
She also worked on the show “White Collar”, playing the love interest of Neal Caffrey. In 2011 she appeared in the film “Hall Pass”, and was also cast in a recurring role in “Parenthood”.
After starring in the music video for “Radioactive” by Imagine Dragons, she worked on “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” and “Texas Chainsaw 3D”, before being cast in the first season of “True Detective” in which she portrayed a court reporter having an affair with the character of Woody Harrelson.
Bigger roles would soon come her way, as she was cast alongside Dwayne Johnson in “San Andreas”, and also had a role in the film “The Choice”. In 2017, she worked with Johnson once more in “Baywatch”, before getting cast alongside Kate Upton in “The Layover”. Her next project was the film “We Have Always Lived in the Castle”, which is an adaptation of the novel written by Shirley Jackson.
She has also been a producer, credited as a star and executive producer of “Can You Keep a Secret?’ The film is also based on a book, this time written by Sophie Kinsella. Two of her latest projects include “We Summon the Darkness” and “Why Women Kill”.
There are rumors that Catharine is in a relationship, as she has posted photos alongside a potential partner, though it has not been confirmed.
She enjoys traveling during her free time, and loves going to Los Angeles to visit her siblings. Some countries she’s visited include Australia and Japan; she enjoys immersing herself in other cultures, and experiencing what other countries have to offer.
She is also a philanthropist during her free time, and has campaigned to help build schools in Haiti. She also loves reading books, and has quoted from the works of Arthur C. Clarke.