Daniel Kaluuya Net Worth: Daniel Kaluuya is a British actor and writer who has a net worth of $15 million. Daniel is best known for his roles in movies like “Get Out” (2017) and “Black Panther” (2018), and he first became internationally known after appearing on a memorable episode of the television series “Black Mirror” in 2011. In 2021, Kaluuya starred in the film “Judas and the Black Messiah,” which earned him a Golden Globe Award and an Oscar nomination. Before breaking through in the acting world, Daniel made his way as a playwright, and he wrote two episodes of the British series “Skins,” which he starred on from 2007 to 2009. He also served as an executive producer on his 2019 film “Queen & Slim.” In 2009, “Screen International Magazine” named Kaluuya a UK Star of Tomorrow.
The Early Life of Daniel Kaluuya
Early Life: Daniel Kaluuya was born on February 24, 1989, in London, England. His parents, Damalie and Stephen, are both from Uganda, and he has one sibling, an older sister. Daniel was raised by his mother on a council estate in London after spending the first two years of his life living in hostels, and his father, who lived in Uganda, rarely visited the family because of visa regulations. Kaluuya attended an all-boys Catholic school called St Aloysius College, London.
Daniel Kaluuya Wealth Stats: Salary, Net Worth, and More
Daniel Kaluuya's net worth, salary and other interesting facts:
|Net Worth||$15 Million|
|Date of Birth||N/A||Gender||Male|
|Height||5 ft 9 in (1.74 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Comedian, Screenwriter|
Inspirational Quotes by Daniel Kaluuya
Having something that makes money changes everything. I'm from England, and it's very much about credibility there. And yeah, it is about that. But the money can change things. And so you understand it's a business.Daniel Kaluuya
I go to Uganda, I can't speak the language. In India, I'm black. In the black community, I'm dark-skinned. In America, I'm British.Daniel Kaluuya
Some black women hug me and walk away. A lot of black men talk about dating white women and how they've been there, too. People open up about their racial experiences. I feel like I'm a walking therapy session. It's quite intense. But it means a lot to people.Daniel Kaluuya
My experience growing up in London and growing up in a working class background is that when people are down and out, that's when they're probably the funniest. They have to be. That's what they do to cope, to find joy, 'cause they don't feel the joy inside. Or they use humor to keep people out.Daniel Kaluuya
I love comedy. I don't think there's enough comedy on stage.Daniel Kaluuya