Daniel Goddard Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Daniel Goddard Net Worth $16.7 Million Dollars
Daniel Goddard made appearances in many theatrical shows and soon landed a part in the most popular Australian soap opera, Home and Away. He played the character of Eric Phillips. He eventually left for Hollywood where he was soon snagged as a model by top names in the fashion industry for example Dolce & Gabbana and Calvin Klein. Fortune had it that he would land the lead role as Dar in the 1999-2002 show, BeastMaster. Daniel traveled back to Australia to film the show. His role on the show needed him to work closely with several sorts of an including lions and snakes.
Another breakthrough for his career came when he joined the American soap opera The Young and the Restless in 2007. Here he played the character of Cane Ashby. Over the years, Daniel has slowly assembled a steady number of fans, a lot of whom are girls. The truth is, his popularity with all the ladies has landed him several modeling gigs, particularly about the CBS show, The Price is Right. He’s currently still reprising his role as Cane Ashby, on the Young and the Restless. In addition to that, he has appeared in movies like Light Speed and Immortally Yours.
August 28, 1971
6' 2" (1.88 m)
University of Sydney
United States of America
Sebastian William Goddard, Ford Goddard
The Perfect Sleep, Immortally Yours, Lightspeed, Dream Warrior, These Boots are Made for Walken
Daniel lives in Los Angeles, California with his wife Rachel Marcus. [October 2005]
Second son, Sebastian William Goddard, was born on December 19, 2008. He weighed 9 lbs. 11 oz.
Announced that he and wife, Rachael, are expecting their second child. (August 2008).
His son, Ford Martin Goddard, was born on February 6, 2006.
His wife Rachael Marcus worked as an Entertainment Publicist and Event Planner for 10 years, but now has her own successful design company called Paint/Design/Decor, Inc. Her murals, artwork and interior have been featured in Lifetime's "Merge", ABC's "Extreme Makeover Home Edition", and Sony Television's Pat Croce "Movin In.".