Juan Pablo Di Pace net worth is
Juan Pablo Di Pace Wiki/Biography
Juan Pablo Di Pace was born on 25th July 1979, in Buenos Aires, Argentina and is an actor and model, who first became known when he started his career acting in musicals in the UK. Later, he starred in television series in Spain, before finally settling in the USA, and subsequently starring in the television series “Full House”, among others. He has been active in the entertainment industry since 2005.
How much is the net worth of Juan Pablo Di Pace? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of his wealth is as much as $250,000, as of the data presented in the middle of 2018. Film and television are the main sources of Di Pace’s modest fortune.
Juan Pablo Di Pace Net Worth $250,000
To begin with, Juan Pablo was raised in Buenos Aires by his parents Marta Maineri and Victorio Di Pace. His sister María Victoria is also an actress. At the age of 12, he moved to Spain with his family. At 17, he received a scholarship from the United World College of the Adriatic in Duino-Aurisina, Italy, then moved to London to study acting at the London Studio Center, eventually living there for ten years, and so becoming fluent in Italian and English as well as Spanish. He appeared in several stage shows, including the musicals “Grease” and “Chicago”.
Concerning his further professional career, Di Pace first gained attention in 2004 starring in the music video “Call On Me” by Eric Prydz, actually the only man among a crowd of girls. His acting career on screens began in the British crime series “New Tricks” in 2005, aired on BBC One, then became well known for his recurring role of Luca Rossi in the soap opera “River City” (2005 – 2006), meantime making various guest appearances in British and Spanish series, including “The Catherine Tate Show” and “Mile High”. Juan Pablo’s international breakthrough came with the erotic thriller “Survival Island” in 2005, written and directed by Stewart Raffill, and he was also cast as a main in the romantic musical comedy film “Mamma Mia!” in 2008, by Phyllida Lloyd, and then landed recurring roles in the series “Supercharly” (2010), “Física o Química” (2011) and “El don de Alba” (2013). In 2013, he starred as Miguel Santos in the short -lived NBC TV series “Camp”, but the same year landed a starring role in the television series “Dallas” – the sequel of the eponymous television series released in the 1980s – interpreting the role of Nicolás Treviño. In 2015, he starred as Jesus in the mini-series ‘AD, The Bible Continues – Kingdom and Empire’, to general critical acclaim, and since 2016, he has starred in the main cast of the Netflix series “Fuller House”, portraying Fernando Hernandez, and in 2017 created the main role in the series “Carlos Gardel, the King of Tango”.
To conclude, all the above mentioned engagements have increased the net worth of Di Pace.
Finally, in the personal life of Juan Pablo Di Pace, he is apparently still single, and lives in Los Angeles.
|Full Name||Juan Pablo Di Pace|
|Date Of Birth||25 July 1979|
|Place Of Birth||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Parents||Victorio Di Pace, Marta Maineri|
|Movies||El don de Alba, Mamma Mia!|
|TV Shows||After the Reality, Fuller House, A.D. The Bible Continues, Dallas|
|1||(On his work as an ensemble member in the musical Chicago) I suppose doing that show was my proof that I could dance so I had to move onwards to my real passion, acting.|
|2||Since I knew nobody in London, I arranged to work as a volunteer in a home for people with learning disabilities, and they provided me with housing and pocket money. Before starting the theatre course, Mountview Drama School told me there was no money to fund my scholarship so I decided to lose my place there. I was about to leave for Argentina when I auditioned for London Studio Centre as my last chance and they offered me a full scholarship on the spot.|
|3||(On his work as a member in the musical Chicago) "I suppose doing that show was my proof that I could dance so I had to move onwards to my real passion, acting."|
|Fuller House||2016||TV Series||Fernando|
|After the Reality||2016||Dunkin|
|Rosewood||2016||TV Series||Antonio Espada|
|Fuera de foco||2015||Marcos|
|Tango Americano||2015||TV Mini-Series||Tango singer|
|A.D. The Bible Continues||2015||TV Series||Jesus|
|Dallas||2014||TV Series||Nicolás Treviño Nicolás Treviño aka Joaquin|
|Camp||2013||TV Series||Miguel Santos|
|El don de Alba||2013||TV Series||Víctor|
|Física o química||2011||TV Series||Xavi López|
|Ángel o demonio||2011||TV Series|
|Los hombres de Paco||2009||TV Series||Carlo|
|Tutti intorno a Linda||2009|
|Wheelman||2009||Video Game voice|
|The Catherine Tate Show||2006||TV Series||Salsa Dancer|
|River City||2005-2006||TV Series||Luca Rossi|
|Mile High||2005||TV Series||Vito Garcia|
|New Tricks||2005||TV Series||Antonio|
|Piccadilly Jim||2005||Ben (uncredited)|
|Fuller House||2016||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Easy Virtue||2008||tango instructor|
|The 24th Annual Movieguide Awards||2016||TV Special||Himself|
|E! News||2015||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|Good Day L.A.||2014||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|El club del chiste||2010||TV Series||Himself (2010-)|
|Operación Tony Manero||2008||TV Series||Himself - Contestant|