Mike Verta is known for his work on Independents' Day, Don't Blink and Return of Pink Five. He attended New Trier High School in suburban Chicago, IL where he wrote music for several student musicals. Mike Verta is the ex-husband of an American actress, author, mathematician, and education advocates Danica McKellar. He is the former son-in-law of Christopher McKellar and Mahaila McKellar and also former brother-in-law of Crystal McKellar.
Mike Verta was previously married to Danica McKellar on March 22, 2009, in La Jolla, California; the couple had dated since 2001. McKellar filed for divorce from Verta in June 2012, with the dissolution becoming final in February 2013. The couple has been blessed with one child named, Draco Verta who was born on September 7, 2010.
Early Life And Career Of Mike Verta
Mike Verta was born on June 20, 1972. He is best known for being the former husband of Danica McKellar. There is no information on his parents, childhood, hometown, and educational background. As for his career, he is known for his work on Independents' Day (2016), Don't Blink (2014) and Heatstroke (2008).
Mike Verta's Personal Life
Mike Verta was married to his long-term girlfriend, Danica McKellar. Mike and Danica reportedly started dating in 2001. The couple got engaged in August 2008. After seven years of their engagement, the couple tied the knot on 22nd March 2009.
However, their married life was short lived. After four years together, they got divorced in February 2013. Meanwhile, the couple is blessed with a child. After a year of their marriage, Danica gave birth to their first child, Draco Verta, on 7th September 2010.
Mike Verta is currently 45 years old man and his current relationship status is still unknown for social sites. Meanwhile, Danica after her divorce started dating Scott Sveslosky in 2013 and subsequently got married on 15th November 2014.
Mike Verta's Net Worth
Mike Verta's net worth is estimated to be $1.7 million. His source of income includes his salary and earnings from his career working in the music department as a composer.