Christopher McDonald is an American actor who has a net worth of $4 million. Christopher McDonald has earned his net worth from his roles as Shooter McGavin in Adam Sandler's Happy Gilmore, in Requiem for a Dream as Tappy Tibbons and in the HBO film 61* as the character known as Mel Allen. Christopher was born on February 15, 1955 in New York City his mother Patricia is a real estate agent and nursing professor and his father James an educator. He graduated from Geneva, New York's Hobart College and was a member of the Kappa Alpha Society. He has been married to Lupe Gidley since 1992 they have four children; he lost his younger brother and fellow actor Daniel McDonald on February 15, 2007. Some of his film credits include; Breakin, Grease 2, The Boys Next Door, Thelma and Louise, Grumpy Old Men, House Arrest and Spy Kids2: The Island of Lost Dreams. McDonald has made numerous television appearances including such recurring roles on Family Law, North Shore, Veronica's Closet, Good Advise and Harry's Law. He has also made guest appearances on Cheers; Knight Rider, The Sopranos, Home Improvement, and Law and Order. Some of his voice work includes the role of government agent Kent Mansley in the animated film The Iron Giant, and as Superman's father Jor-El in Superman: Than Animated Series. He appeared as the eponymous lead in Peter Gabriel's music video "The Barry Williams Show" he also played the role of baseball legend Joe DiMaggio in The Bronx is Burning and ESPN original series.
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Date of Birth
Feb 15, 1955 (61 years old)
United States of America
6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
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