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They welcomed their first child, a son Basil, in early 2017.John Francis Daley is an American actor, musician, a screenwriter and director.
John Daley began his acting career at the age of three by playing the role of Young Tommy in the U. and international tours of the Broadway hit “The Who's Tommy.” He also played Sam Weir, the protagonist of the Geeks, in the television series “Freaks and Geeks.” Since then, Daley continuously appeared on television, including series such as The Boston Public, Geena Davis Show, Regular Joe, Spin City, Kitchen Confidential, and Judging Amy.He has earned a huge amount of salary from his acting career.His average salary is around $53,000 a year, according to some reliable sources.He was once ranked number 94 on VH1 's 100 Greatest Teen Stars.In 2001, Daley co-directed a short film called “What Babies Do.” He starred in the comedy short “Friday Night,” which he wrote.He has co-starred or recurred on such television shows as "Freaks and Geeks", "Boston Public", "The Geena Davis Show", "Spin City", "Regular Joe", "Kitchen Confidential", and "The Finder".
He has also worked in the high grossing movies such as Horrible Bosses (Box Office: $209.6 million), Horrible Bosses 2 (Box Office: $107.7), Vacation (Box Office: $104.9 million), Spider-Man: Homecoming (Box Office: $880.2 million), and Game Night (Box Office: $117.4 million). She tied the knots with his spouse Corinne Kingsbury, on 6 February 2016, in an intimate wedding ceremony.
In 2005, he was cast in the film: Waiting…” and also in Fox sitcom “Kitchen Confidential.” Daley joined the cast of the Fox drama series “Bones,” in which he played a psychologist Lance Sweets in 2007.
He co-wrote season six episode "The Truth in the Myth." with his writing partner Jonathan M. Daley was also featured in the music video of Abandoned Pools "Mercy Kiss." In 2011, Daley and Jonathan M.
Lance Sweets on the crime procedural drama Tv series “Bones.” As a musician, he sings and plays piano for the Dayplayer band. Goldstein wrote the box office hit film “Horrible Bosses.” John Daley was born on 20 July 1985, to Irish Catholic father R. His father is an actor while his mother is a piano instructor.
Born in Wheeling, Illinois, Daley spends most of his childhood and was raised in Nyack, New York.
His IMDB credit lists various shows like “Boston Public,” “The Gena Davis Show,” “Regular Joe,” “Kitchen Confidential,” and appearances on shows like “Judging Amy” and “Spin City.” But the next big thing for John Francis Daley’s acting career was the role of criminal profiler working for the FBI called Lance Sweets for the show “Bones.” Unfortunately his character was killed off because he wanted to take some time off to direct a movie.