Facts of Dacre Montgomery
|Full Name||Dacre Montgomery|
|Birth Name||Dacre Kayd Montgomery-Harvey|
|Other Name||Dacre Montgomery|
|Father Name||Scott Montgomery-Harvey|
|Mother Name||Judith Barrett-Lennard|
|Date of Birth||November 22,1994|
How Much Is Dacre Montgomery's Net Worth?
Dacre Montgomery, an Australian actor gained wide fame and fortune through his work in the movie Power Rangers (2017) as Jason Lee Scott and TV series Stranger Things as Billy Hargrove.
The 2018 TV Movie & TV Awards nominee has earned a considerable from his successful career. As of July 2019, Dacre owns the net worth in the 7-digit figure, estimated to be around $1 million.
The actor is professional since 2011, though have had already made a brief appearance in Bertrand the Terrible in 2010 as Fred. Well, his other movie True History of the Kelly Gang under post-production probably will gain him a career boost.
Net Worth Details: Income Sources & Earnings
Till date, Dacre Montgomery has earned 10 acting credits including his work in movies and TV shows. According to various online sources, Dacre has an estimated net worth of $1 million as of July 2019.
The main source of his income is acting career, while the modeling & endorsements have aided a considerable economic contribution.
His professional acting career came up after he was cast in the TV pilot of Family Tree in 2010.
But Montgomery's career breakthrough proved to be the 2017 movie Power Rangers, where he played Jason, the Red Ranger alongside Naomi Scott, Elizabeth Banks, and Bill Hader.
Well, the film made the gross collection of $142.3 million upon the budget of $105 million. However, the actor never opened up about his salary; probably was a 6-7 digit figure payroll.
Dacre's another career boost proved to be the portrayal of Billy Hargrove in the famous TV series Stranger Things (2017-2019). There, he appeared alongside actors like Winona Ryder, David Harbour, and Natalia Dyer.
Montgomery's upcoming movie True History of the Kelly Gang is under post-production; it is based on the 2000 novel by Peter Carey.
The movie's filming began in 2018, and stars alongside the casts like Russell Crowe and Nicholas Hoult.
After Hugh Jackson ( famous as The Wolverine) died in the movie Logan (2017), new surface regarding the plot of next wolverine have made fan curious.
Among many famous stars like Tom Hardy and Scott Eastwood, the Stranger Things actor Dacre Montgomery is also rumored to reprise the role of the X-Men's new wolverine.
Endorsements, Instagram Earnings & Charity Works
As a growing name in the film industry, Dacre probably is the magnet to lucrative endorsement approaches. Meanwhile, the detail on his earnings from sponsorships is not out but surely makes a hefty payroll endorsing brands like Armani, H&M.
Moreover, Montgomery has appeared in the covers for magazines like GQ, Vman and many others.
As of July 2019, Dacre has over 3 million followers on Instagram while the Twitter followers count 213K.
As per Influencer Marketing Hub, the actor's Instagram can earn him $6,035-$10,058 per sponsored post.
In addition to this, Montgomery is also active in charity works and actively supports the Thirst Project with a campaign to bring safe drinking water to communities around the world.
Assets, House, Cars, Lifestyle & Expenses
Regarding the details on his assets collection including house & cars, Dacre seems to be low-key. Even though the details on his residence are not out, the Perth native is claimed to own hundreds of thousand dollars' worth house in his hometown.
The median house price in Perth is around $476,000, while the house insurance cost ranges from $600 to $1,000 per year.
The Australian actor is yet to open up about his car collection but reportedly owns a Ford Mustang, with a starting price of $25,000.
Surfing through his Instagram, it seems Dacre makes huge expenses on costly clothes, travels & daily life luxury.
Dacre's list of other expenses includes massive tax payments. Since he is an Australian citizen and makes a huge income, the actor is liable to property & income tax.
Since Australian states provide land tax exemption for the primary home or residence, so Australian citizen do not need to pay land tax. However, are liable to stamp duty, that is charged when is property is purchased or transferred.
On the other hand, an individual income tax ranges from 0%-45% along with a 2% Medicare levy; the tax amount is directly proportional to the figure of income.
Dacre Montgomery's Personal Life: Age, Height, Family, Education, Girlfriend, Dating & Relationship
Dacre was born Dacre Kayd Montgomery-Harvey on November 22, 1994, in Perth, Australia. Raised alongside his younger sister, Montgomery's parents: Scott Montgomery-Harvey and Judith Barrett-Lennard worked in the film industry, which led his introduction to the acting career.
He attended Mount Lawley Senior High School and later enrolled at and graduated from Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) at Edith Cowan University in 2015 with an acting degree.
Dacre Montgomery, of mixed ethnicity, holds dual nationality: Australian and Canadian. For a fact, he is Canadian on mother's side while a New Zealander on father's side.
As of July 2019, Dacre's age is 24 and has a height of 5 ft. 10 inches (178 cm).
Relationship Status: Is He Dating? Who Is His Girlfriend?
Well, Dacre is not married till date but is in an adorable relationship with his girlfriend Liv Pollock, an Australian model. The duo began dating in 2017 after they met through mutual friends.
Meanwhile, the couple is yet to announce their engagement or any plans for marriage.
Dacre's model girlfriend Liv is currently signed to Vivien and is an architecture student at the University of Western Australia.
Back in April 2018, she moved to the USA for a year to join Dacre during the shoot of the Season 3 of Stranger Things in Atlanta.
Rumors Of Being Gay
Well, the Australian actor was rumored to be gay, however, the issue never got a strong surface to hold on.
After he began dating his girlfriend Liv, the issues have got a shot to the grave for good.
Did you know? Despite his lip-lock scene with Power Rangers co-star Naomi Scott being a heavy trailer feature, it didn't make the final cut. The movie director Dean Israelite clarified the scene to be a distraction from grasping the intent of the scene.