Grace Fan DeVito has etched her mark in the vibrant realm of entertainment. Born into a family with deep-rooted connections to the industry, she embarked on a journey that seamlessly merged her innate passion with her heritage.
DeVito is a name synonymous with talent and creativity and she is still actively pursuing her career in the entertainment industry in the hope of getting to the top.
Grace Fan DeVito’s biography
Grace Fan Devito was born on March 25, 1985, in New York City, USA. The entertainer shares her family ties with siblings Jake DeVito and Lucy DeVito.
Born under the Zodiac sign of Aries, Devito holds a theatre degree from Brown University – which she earned in 2005.
Grace Fan DeVito’s career
DeVito is widely acknowledged for being an actress and a producer. She hails from a family deeply rooted in the Entertainment Industry, which inspired her to forge a career following in her parents’ esteemed footsteps. Her first notable success in the industry came with her skilful production of My Girlfriend’s Abroad in 2006. The subsequent year, she embarked on her second short project, Bloom.
After a hiatus spanning several years, she returned to the limelight as an actress in 2015 when she starred in the film Amboy. Two years later, DeVito secured a role in Jeff & Some Aliens. Additionally, she lent her voice talent to several projects as a voice artist.
Aside from her acting career, DeVito is also a painter, and she showcases her work on her Instagram page.
Grace Fan DeVito’s movies
Here are the movies that Devito is known for:
- ‘My Girlfriend’s Abroad’ (2006)
- ‘Amboy’ (2015)
Grace Fan Devito’s net worth
According to reports, DeVito is said to have an estimated net worth of $3 million
Grace Fan DeVito’s family
The name of Devito’s Father is DannyDevito, while her mother’s name is Rhea Perlman.
Daniel Michael DeVito Jr., born on November 17, 1944, is an American actor, comedian and filmmaker. Born in New Jersey, he is the son of Daniel DeVito Sr. and Julia DeVito (née Moccello). He grew up with two older sisters, making it a family of five.
DeVito is notably 4 feet 10 inches (1.47 meters) tall, a distinctive characteristic attributed to multiple epiphyseal dysplasia (Fairbank’s disease) and a rare genetic disorder affecting bone growth.
DeVito has enjoyed a thriving film career. He played the character “Martini” in the 1975 film, One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest, reprising his role from the 1971 off-Broadway play of the same title.
After his time on the Taxi series, DeVito appeared as “Vernon Dalhart” in the 1983 hit, Terms of Endearment, and portrayed the comic rogue “Ralph” in the romantic adventure, Romancing the Stone (1984) and its sequel, The Jewel of the Nile (1985). In 1986, he starred in Ruthless People and made his feature-directing debut in the dark comedy, Throw Momma from the Train (1987). He directed and co-starred in The War of the Roses“(1989).
DeVito’s filmography includes appearances in various projects, such as Other People’s Money, Tin Men, Twins (1988), Batman Returns (1992) and Junior (1994). He also directed and co-produced the film adaptation of Matilda (1996), in which he played Matilda’s father, the villainous car dealer “Harry Wormwood”.
While primarily known for comedy, DeVito also starred in other movies, such as Hoffa (1992), Jack the Bear (1993), The Rainmaker (1997), L.A. Confidential (1997), The Big Kahuna” (1999), and “Heist” (2001), where he portrayed a gangster nemesis.
Beyond acting, DeVito has an interest in documentaries. In 2006, he partnered with Morgan Freeman’s company ClickStar in hosting programmes on the documentary channel, Jersey Docs. He has also been interviewed in documentaries like Revenge of the Electric Car, where he discussed his interest in and ownership of electric vehicles.
In April 2012, DeVito was featured in The Sunshine Boys and this marked his venture into the West End theatre. He subsequently made his Broadway debut in The Price, a revival of Arthur Miller’s play. In this production, he portrayed the character “Gregory Solomon” and his performance earned him a Tony Award nomination for “Best Featured Actor in a Play” in 2017.
Grace Fan DeVito’s parents
On January 17, 1971, Daniel DeVito met Rhea Perlman during a single performance of the play The Shrinking Bride, in which DeVito was featured. Remarkably, just two weeks later, they decided to move in together and their journey as a couple took a significant turn when they tied the knot on January 28, 1982. The couple had three children: Lucy Chet DeVito (born March 11, 1983), Grace Fan DeVito (born March 1985) and Jacob Daniel DeVito (born October 1987).
Rhea Perlman and Daniel DeVito have shared the screen on several occasions, notably in the television show, Taxi, and the feature film, Matilda, where they portrayed Matilda’s parents. Their relationship saw its ups and downs as they separated in October 2012 after 30 years of marriage and over 40 years of being together, only to reconcile in March 2013. They went through a second separation in March 2017 but remained on friendly terms, with Perlman stating that they had no plans to file for divorce. Interestingly, Perlman revealed in 2019 that she and DeVito had become closer friends after their separation than they were in their final years as a couple.
Grace Fan DeVito’s age
Devito was born on March 25, 1985. She is currently 38 years old.
Grace Fan DeVito’s Instagram
Grace Fan DeVito has an active social media presence on Instagram, with 10,500 followers as of the time of writing this piece.