Who Is Dan Fogelman? Wife, Movie, Net Worth, Sister, Age
Quick Facts of Dan Fogelman
|Full Name||Dan Fogelman|
|Net Worth||$25 million|
|Date of Birth||19 March, 1976|
|Profession||Director, TV producer as well as a screenwriter|
Dan Fogelman is an American Director, TV producer as well as a screenwriter whose best screenplays include Disney film Tangled, Pixar film Cars and romantic comedy movie Crazy, Stupid, Love.
Short-Bio Of Dan Fogelman
Dan Fogelman was born under the birth sign Pisces on March 19, 1976, in River Vale, New Jersey, USA. He was born to parents Marty Fogelman and Joyce Fogelman. He holds an American nationality and belongs to Jewish ethnicity.
Regarding education, he completed his schooling from Pascack Valley High School. Apart from this, there is no information related to his early life.
Who Is Dan Fogelman Married To?
The 44 years old, Dan Fogelman is married to Caitlin after a long time of dating relationship. They shared the wedding vows on June 13, 2015, in a very private ceremony.
His wife is an actress who is best known for appearing in movies such as Crazy, Stupid, Love, and Walking Halls. Before getting married, they preferred to keep thier love life away from the others.
To this date, the pair has not shared any kids. Since the marriage, the pair is living a blissful married life without any bad rumours regarding their relationship. He is not active in any kind of social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
His Net Worth and Career
Dan Fogelman has collected the net worth of $25 million as of 2020 from his long time career as a producer as well as a screenwriter. Also, he has shared $1 million with his wife, Caitlin. So the combined net worth of the married couple is $26 million.
Some of his movie work earned a huge amount at the box office and they are listed below:
- Cars – $462.2 million
- Cars 2 – $562.1 million
- Tangled – $200 million
- Crazy, Stupid, Love – $84.2 million
- Last Vegas – $134.4 million
He started his career as a writer as well as a director in 2003 after making a movie named Shit Happens. In the same year, he writes, produced, and created a series named Like Family. Following this, he has worked in several movies and series.
Some of his notable TV works are Cars, Fred Claus, Bolt, Crazy, Stupid, Love, Me and Earl, and the Dying Girl, Danny Collins, Honeymoon with Harry, Indiana Jones 5, Life Itself, The Guilt Trip. Similarly, some of his famous TV series works are The Neighbors, Galavant, Grandfathered, Pitch, This Is Us.
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