John Francis Daley Biography
|Date of Birth:||1985 , July-20|
|Age:||33 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Name||John Francis Daley|
|Birth Place/City||Wheeling, Illinois|
|Net Worth||$1.5 million|
|Weight in KG||79 kg|
John Francis Daley is a multi-talented actor, screenwriter, musician and film director. He is known for playing Sam Weir on comedy-drama series “Freak and Geeks” on NBC and also for portraying Dr. Lance Sweets on the crime procedural drama Tv series “Bones.” As a musician, he sings and plays piano for the Dayplayer band. In 2011, Daley and his writing partner Jonathan M. Goldstein wrote the box office hit film “Horrible Bosses.”
Early Life Of John Francis Daley
John Daley was born on 20 July 1985, to Irish Catholic father R.F Daley and a Jewish mother, Nancy Daley. His father is an actor while his mother is a piano instructor.
Born in Wheeling, Illinois, Daley spends most of his childhood and was raised in Nyack, New York. He belongs to white ethnicity and is an American nationality.
John Francis Daley's Career
John Daley began his acting career at the age of three by playing the role of Young Tommy in the U.S. and international tours of the Broadway hit “The Who's Tommy.” He also played Sam Weir, the protagonist of the Geeks, in the television series “Freaks and Geeks.”
Since then, Daley continuously appeared on television, including series such as The Boston Public, Geena Davis Show, Regular Joe, Spin City, Kitchen Confidential, and Judging Amy. He was once ranked number 94 on VH1 's 100 Greatest Teen Stars.
In 2001, Daley co-directed a short film called “What Babies Do.” He starred in the comedy short “Friday Night,” which he wrote. In 2005, he was cast in the film: Waiting…” and also in Fox sitcom “Kitchen Confidential.”
Daley joined the cast of the Fox drama series “Bones,” in which he played a psychologist Lance Sweets in 2007. He co-wrote season six episode "The Truth in the Myth." with his writing partner Jonathan M. Goldstein.
Daley was also featured in the music video of Abandoned Pools "Mercy Kiss." In 2011, Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein wrote the black comedy “Horrible Bosses.”
In 2013, the two partners wrote The Incredible Burt Wonderstone; Daley also has a minor role as a paramedic in the film. The same year, the two were hired to write for DreamWorks Studios “Cal of the Wild.” Daley plays Ben House in Rapture-Palooza. Later, Daley continued to write the story for the sequel to Horrible Bosses.
In 2015, Daley and Goldstein co-wrote and co-directed “Vacation,” starring Ed Helms and Christina Applegate. In July 2015, Daley and Goldstein mentioned that they will write the screenplay for the 2017 film “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”
John Francis Daley's Net Worth And Salary
John Francis Daley's net worth is $5 million at present. He has earned a huge amount of salary from his acting career.
He has co-starred or recurred on such television shows as "Freaks and Geeks", "Boston Public", "The Geena Davis Show", "Spin City", "Regular Joe", "Kitchen Confidential", and "The Finder".
He has also worked in the high grossing movies such as Horrible Bosses (Box Office: $209.6 million), Horrible Bosses 2 (Box Office: $107.7), Vacation (Box Office: $104.9 million), Spider-Man: Homecoming (Box Office: $880.2 million), and Game Night (Box Office: $117.4 million).
John Francis Daley's Personal Life
John Francis Daley is not married yet but Washington Daily News suggests that he is not single as he has been married to his long-term girlfriend, but his wife name has not been mentioned.
So far, this has not been confirmed and has remained baseless as Daley refused to talk on this.