|Net Worth:||$30 Million|
|Date of Birth:||May 15, 1972 (51 years old)|
|Height:||6 ft (1.83 m)|
|Nationality:||United State Of America|
What is David Charvet’s net worth? How does David Charvet make his money? Below is the current net worth of David Charvet and how David Charvet makes his money.
What is David Charvet’s Net Worth?
David Charvet is a French singer, TV star, actor, and model who has a net worth of $30 million. The 1990s television series Baywatch probably made David the most well-known person in the world.
The son of businessmen Paul Guez, who established the Sasson clothing line in the 1980s, and Christiane Charvet Haddad, Charvet was born and raised in Lyon, France. In a Jewish household, he was brought up.
Early in the 1990s, he got a green card in the Morrison visa lottery. He quit acting in 1999 to concentrate on his music career. Up until recently, Charvet resided in his native France and performed on tour there and throughout the rest of Europe.
In 1992, Charvet got his big break playing Matt Brody on the American television series Baywatch. He remained with Baywatch until 1995, appearing in all three seasons. From 1996 to 1998, he played Craig Field in the television show Melrose Place.
He made appearances in the films Seduced and Betrayed, Derby, Angel Flight Down, and Meet Prince Charming between 1995 and 1999. He gave up acting in 1999 to focus on his musical career.
Roger Christian’s Prisoners of the Sun, which began production in 2006 but wasn’t finished until 2013 and was released, marked Charvet’s return to acting. As Beach Kings, he also made an appearance in the movie Green Flash.
With his partner Lisa Leslie, he competed in the summer season of The Superstars on ABC in 2009, finishing third overall. He took part in La Ferme Célébrités, a French reality television program, in 2010. (French version of The Farm). TF1 carried the program.
Charvet made the decision to move back to France after enjoying great runs on Baywatch and Melrose Place in the 1990s. He signed a 5-album deal with Universal Music Group France.
With the self-titled David Charvet in 1997, Leap of Faith in 2002, and Se laisser quelque chosen in 2004, he delivered three pop-rock studio albums over a seven-year period. For a broader range of consumers, his materials addressed people who spoke both English and French.
His first single, “Should I Leave,” which was a hit in both French and English, peaked at number three in France and also made the charts in Belgium and Sweden.
His dual-language hits “Jusqu’au bout”/”Leap of Faith” peaked at #6 in France and “Apprendre à aimer”/”Teach Me How to Love” entered the French Top 20 as well as being a smash in Belgium, Switzerland, and the Netherlands.
More than 2.5 million CDs have been sold by Charvet.
Brooke Burke and Charvet Burke got married on August 12, 2011, and Brooke made the announcement that she will adopt Charvet’s last name and go by Brooke Burke-Charvet. They are raising their two children, boy Shaya (born 2008) and daughter Heaven (born 2007), in the Jewish faith.
In her previous union with plastic surgeon Garth Fisher, Brooke had already given birth to two daughters. The pair announced their separation in April 2018 after seven years of marriage. March 2020 saw the conclusion of their divorce.
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