Draco Verta is the son of an American actor, author, mathematician, and education advocates Danica McKellar and composer Mike Verta. He is the first child of his parents. Draco Verta is the grandson of Mahaila McKellar and Christopher McKellar. In 1989, Danica McKellar appeared playing cello at the beginning of the Debbie Gibson music video No More Rhyme. In 2015, his mother Mckellar was cast in the Netflix original series “Project Mc2”.
Early Life And Career Of Draco Verta
Draco Verta was born on 7th September 2010 to parents Mike Verta and Danica McKellar. His name, which is the Latin word for a dragon as well as a constellation, was his father Mike's idea. Draco even at a single digit age is already an actor. He is best known for Math Bites (2014), Crown for Christmas (2015) and Love at the Christmas Table (2012).
Draco Verta's Personal Life
Draco Verta is the nephew of Chris Junior and Connor McKellar. His parents Danica McKellar and Mike Verta got married on March 22, 2009, in La Jolla, California. They had dated since 2001.
McKellar filed for divorce from Verta in June 2012, with the dissolution becoming final in February 2013. Draco Verta is currently seven years old boy and sometimes he appears with his mother in public places.
Draco was four when his mother Danica married a lawyer named Scott Sveslosky. McKellar often loves to brag about her son on social media. She’s a very devoted mom. Sveslosky also has a child, Hunter Sveslosky, from a previous marriage. Hunter was 10 when the couple was married in 2014.
When they were married, the couple didn’t just exchange vows. They also exchanged family vows with their sons and had a "sand ceremony" where all four of them poured different colored sand into one vase.
Draco Verta's Net Worth
Draco Verta lives with his mother and step-father. Although the wealth of his step-dad is not revealed, his biological father Mike Verta has an estimated net worth of $1.7 million. Meanwhile, his mother Danica McKellar has an estimated net worth of $3 million.