David Czarra Giuntoli was born on the 18th June 1980, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA of part-Italian origin, and is an actor who has appeared in varied television series and films. Since 2011, he has starred in the role of Nick Burkhardt in the fantasy series “Grimm” broadcast on NBC. Giuntoli has been active in the entertainment industry since 2003.
How rich is the actor? It has been reported by authoritative sources that the outright size of David Giuntoli net worth over $3 million, as of the data presented in early 2017. Acting is the main source of his wealth.
David Giuntoli Net Worth $3 Million
To begin with, David Giuntoli is the son of Maria and David Giuntoli, and grew up in the Huntleigh suburb of St. Louis, Missouri. He matriculated from St. Louis University High School in 1998, and then graduated from Indiana University Bloomington, with a Bachelor’s degree in International Business and Finance in 2002.
David Giuntoli returned to St. Louis after college, however, his sights were set on an artistic career instead of a career in finance. His family supported him because he had liked to make people laugh since he was little; then he met up with the high school drama teacher, David started taking acting lessons. His first career opportunity came in 2003, when he was spotted by scouts of MTV and appeared in the cast of the reality series “Road Rules: South Pacific”. Such an opportunity further cemented his decision to pursue a full-time acting career.
In 2007 he moved to Los Angeles, and started with episodic roles in television series, including “Ghost Whisperer” (2007), “Veronica Mars” (2007), “Nip / Tuck” (2008), “Gray’s Anatomy” (2008), “Eli Stone” (2008), “The Unit” (2008), “Without a Trace” (2008) and “Privileged” (2008). In 2009, he landed a minor role in the comedy film “Weather Girl” by Blayne Weaver, then continued working on television with small roles in the series “Crash: (2009), “The Quinn Tuplets” (2010), “The Deep End” (2010), “Hot in Cleveland” (2010) and “Private Practice” (2010), all adding modestly to his net worth.
In 2010 David landed the lead role in the MTV film “Turn the Beat Around” (2010) by Bradley Walsh. His biggest role on television up to date has been in the “Grimm” series, which premiered in 2011. What is more, Giuntoli was seen in a supporting role in the film “Caroline and Jackie” (2012) directed by Adam Christian Clark. Recently, he was in the main cast of the biographical war film “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi” (2016) directed and co-produced by Michael Bay. The same year, he starred, co-produced and co-directed the independent comedy film “Buddymoon” which premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival.
To conclude, all the above mentioned roles have added sums to the total size of David Guintoli net worth.
Finally, in the personal life of the actor, Bitsie Tulloch confirmed her relationship with Giuntoli in the spring of 2016, when they became engaged. The two reside in Portland, Oregon.
He auditioned for the role of Clark Kent/Superman in Man of Steel (2013).
Member of The Echo Theater Company.
From St. Louis, Missouri
There's a lot of great stuff on TV.
I wouldn't say that I was ever a fan of MTV. I was a guy on MTV. I don't think I was ever in the demographic of people who watch MTV. I never really watched MTV, so I'm definitely not a fan of 'Jersey Shore' or anything.
In episodic TV you have to keep things secret to keep the viewer in suspense.
Fame for fame's sake is never a good road to go down.
Honestly, I grew up with Disney.
My mom told me to do whatever I wanted to do and don't get too anxious about it.