Daniel Henney Age, Bio, Wiki, Family, Education, Career, Movies, TV Shows, Awards, Net Worth & Girlfriends

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Daniel Henney Age: 41 years

Daniel Henney Net Worth, Age, Height, Parents, Career, Biography & Wiki

Daniel Henney Age & Introduction:

Daniel Phillip Henney is a talented KoreanAmerican on-screen actor and model. His successful motion pictures are Seducing Mr. Great (2006), My Father (2007), X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009), Shanghai Calling (2012) and Big Hero 6 (2014). He was born on 28 November 1979. Presently, Daniel Henney age is 41 years .

Early Life & Education:

Henney was born in Carson City, Michigan, United States. His mom was born in Busan, South Korea and was brought to the United States as a youngster in the wake of being embraced by a white American couple. He was a star basketball player at Carson City-Crystal High School and drove the Eagles to the MHSAA Central area second spot wrap up his senior year.

Professional Career:

Henney began modeling in the U.S. in 2001 and worked in France, Italy, Hong Kong and Taiwan while going to school. After his debut in South Korea with a promotion for the Amore Pacific’s corrective “Odyssey Sunrise”, he turned into a representative for plugs with Jun Ji-hyun for Olympus cameras and Kim Tae-hee for Daewoo Electronics’ Klasse forced air systems. Henney then featured in another dramatization, “Spring Waltz” in 2006. He later took in the language and showed up on a couple of theatrical presentations, for example, Family Outing. Henney was a piece of a scholarly outrage in which numerous sources expressed that he had an Economics degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago, while in fact he had no higher education.

Henney featured in his first component film in Korea, Seducing Mr. Great. His subsequent film, My Father, won different honors in South Korea and Henney turned into the primary outsider to clear all the significant film grants in the Best New Actor classification. In 2010, Henney came back to South Korea TV for KBS2’s The Fugitive: Plan B, nearby Rain and on-screen character Lee Na-youthful.

Since 2012, Henney has showed up in a few American TV series. In 2015, he featured as Special Agent Matt Simmons in the American TV arrangement Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, a side project of Criminal Minds. Henney is marked with DNA Models in New York under the big name division. On June 21, 2017, it was reported that he has joined Criminal Minds as an arrangement customary for season 13. He was a piece of the cast until its decision in season 15. In 2019, he was thrown in the supporting role of Lan Mandragoran in Amazon Video’s adjustment of Robert Jordan’s dream epic The Wheel of Time.

Daniel Henney Net Worth:

Daniel Henney net worth is estimated to be $5 Million Dollars as in 2020. He is a famous actor.

Movies List:

  • Seducing Mr. Perfect (2006) (Robin Heiden)
  • My Father (2007) (James Parker)
  • Papa (2012) (Music producer)
  • Shanghai Calling (2012) (Sam Chao)
  • The Last Stand (2013) (Agent Phil Hayes)
  • One Night Surprise (2013) (Bill)
  • Undercover Operation (2013) (Ryan)
  • Big Hero 6 (2014) (Tadashi Hamada)
  • Mowgli (2017) (Gool)
  • Money (2019) (Roy Lee)

Television Series / Shows:

  • My Lovely Sam Soon (2005) (Dr. Henry Kim)
  • Hello Franceska (2005) (Elizabeth’s first love)
  • Spring Waltz (2006) (Philip)
  • Three Rivers (2009) (Dr. David Lee)
  • Hawaii Five-0 (2012-13) (Michael Noshimuri)
  • Revolution (2014) (Peter Garner)
  • Los Angeles (2014) (NCIS Agent Paul Angelo)
  • Criminal Minds (2015-20) (Matthew “Matt” Simmons)
  • Beyond Borders (2016-17)
  • The Series (2017-present)
  • The Wheel of Time (TBA) (Lan Mandragoran)

Winning Awards List:

  • MBC Drama Awards
  • MBC Entertainment Awards
  • 45th Grand Bell Awards
  • 27th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards
  • 16th Chunsa Film Art Awards