Charlie McDermott is an American television and film entertainer. He played Young Gerald in the TV show ‘Windy Acres.’ People recognize him as Axl Heck from ABC’s “The Middle.” In addition, in 2016, he received The Golden Coyote Paws Award for ‘Three Days.’
Early Life of Charlie McDermott
The actor was born on April 6, 1990, in West Chester, Pennsylvania. He is 29 years old now. His nationality is American. His ethnicity is Irish. His astrological sign is Aries. He was born to Barbara and Charlie McDermott. He also has two sisters. They are Erin and Grace. While discussing his educational background, he mentioned that he went to Salesianum High School in Wilmington, Delaware. He later graduated from PA Leadership Charter School (PALCS).
Who is Charlie McDermott Wife?
Charlie, the actor, is a married man. He got married to Beth Allen. Beth is a New Zealand on-screen character and the owner of Royale Productions. In 2011, the couple married. Furthermore, the couple has a twin child.
He previously dated entertainer Shelby Young beginning in February 2010. The relationship didn’t last long. Later, the couple split up.
Estimated Net Worth of Charlie McDermott
As a result, his estimated net worth in 2019 is $ 2 million. Furthermore, he has not revealed his current salary.
Height and Weight of Charlie McDermott
Charlie is 5 feet 7 inches tall. He weighs 67 kg. He has green eyes. And his hair is a dark brown color. Other details, such as his body measurement and shoe size, have not been revealed. Finally, he is active on social media. He has a Twitter and Instagram account, where he has thousands of followers. He, however, does not have a Facebook account.
Professional Career of Charlie McDermott
Initially, the actor played Young Gerald in the TV show ‘Windy Acres.’ He then appeared as a 10-year-old child in the film ‘The Village.’ Furthermore, he portrayed Wes’s job in ‘The Village.’ He has appeared in films and television shows such as ‘Disappearances,’ ‘The Ten,’ ‘All Along,’ ‘Frozen River,’ ‘The Office,’ ‘Generation Gap,’ ‘Medium,’ ‘Little Hollywood,’ and ‘Private Practice.’ As well as ‘Captain Cook’s Extraordinary Atlas,’ ‘Hot Tub Time Machine,’ ‘Morning,’ ‘Super Clyde,’ and many more. Furthermore, his role as Axl Heck in ‘The Middle’ is widely regarded as his most significant work to date.
As an entertainer, Charlie has four jobs to his name. In 2009, he won the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male for his performance in ‘Solidified River.’ In addition, he received The Golden Coyote Paws Award for ‘Three Days’ in 2016. In addition, he has been nominated for the Blimp Award and the Young Artist Award.