• David Paul Olsen is a 41-year-old stunt performer and actor.
• He was born in Moline, Illinois, USA to parents Paul Olsen and Jeanne D. Olsen.
• He has had a successful acting career since 2006, appearing in films such as “Swiss Army Man”, “G-Force”, “The Back-up Plan” and “Transformers: Revenge”.
• He married Portuguese-American actress Daniela Ruah in 2014 and they have two children.
• His net worth is estimated at $7 million.
Known for movies
Who is David Paul Olsen?
Born under the sign of Capricorn on the 2nd of January 1976, in Moline, Illinois USA of Norwegian descent, David Paul Olsen is a 41-year-old stunt performer and actor. He is perhaps best known to the world for his significant presence on the TV screen as a stunt double in numerous films, such as “Swiss Army Man”, “G-Force”, “Transformers: Revenge” and “The Back-up Plan.” He has had a number of other successes both as an actor and a stuntman across numerous films and TV shows, over the course of his often lucrative acting career since 2006.
Early Life and Education
David actually grew up in Bettendorf, Iowa, as his parents moved there when he was very young. His father is Paul Olsen, a doctor, and his mother is Jeanne D. Olsen, who also had a career in the entertainment industry. David has a brother named Eric Christian Olsen, who has a career similar to him. As for his education, there is no info concerning his high school, matriculation or pursuing any further education.
David’s TV screen debut came in 2006, when he got to do stunts in the feature film entitled “Deceit.” He made his TV series debut in the same year, as John Lithgow’s stunt double in “Twenty Good Years”, then in 2007 came his first bigger job, when he got to perform utility stunts and as a stunt double in eight episodes of “The Young and the Restless.” He recorded a stunt for the video game entitled “Resistance 2” in 2008, while he also did voice acting for a black ops soldier in the said game, which marked his first acting experience. The next year he featured as a member of the strike force team in “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”, which marked the start of his acting career. He obtained his next purposeful role four years later, but he was meanwhile doing stunts for various films and TV shows – the said role was in the wildly popular “NCIS: Los Angeles”, which instantly launched him into stardom, although he featured in only four episodes from 2013 to 2017. Consequently, he did many more stunts on screen in 2016, while 2017 exploded with work for him. Ultimately, it looks like 2018 will be just as busy and profitable.
As for David’s romantic involvements, it looks like he was lucky that his brother co-starred alongside the Portuguese-American actress Daniela Ruah, whom he eventually met, and in 2010 they started dating. In December 2013 Daniela gave birth to their son River Isaac Ruah Olsen; they married six months later in a private ceremony at an unspecified location, and two years later in September 2016, Daniela gave birth to Sierra Esther Ruah Olsen. Unfortunately, it looks like Daniela also had a miscarriage in October 2015 after nine weeks of pregnancy. That said, nothing is known about David’s relationships prior to Daniela, and there hasn’t been any controversy about the wedded couple.
Eric Christian Olsen was born the 31st of May 1977 in Eugene, Oregon USA, and is world-famous for his portrayal of Detective Marty Deeks in 195 episodes of the CBS TV series entitled “NCIS: Los Angeles”, as well as Austin in “Not Another Teen Movie.” He has been active in the entertainment industry since 1997, and thanks to his aforementioned role, his fame greatly overshadows his brother’s. He has been married to Sarah Wright since 2012.
What is David Paul Olsen’s Net Worth?
$7 million, the greatest contribution has come from his performance in big hit franchises such as “Transformers” and “NCIS.”
- Height is 6ft 2ins (1.87m)
- Hair is light brown
- Eyes are light blue
|Delirium||2017/I||water safety completed|
|Ozark||TV Series water safety – 1 episode filming|
|Ray Donovan||2017||TV Series stunt double – 1 episode|
|I Love Dick||2017||TV Series stunt performer – 1 episode|
|NCIS: Los Angeles||TV Series stunt double – 46 episodes, 2011 – 2017 stunts – 15 episodes, 2010 – 2017 stunt performer – 3 episodes, 2012 – 2013 water safety – 1 episode, 2016|
|Unit Zero||2017||TV Movie Stunt Double: Rob Huebel|
|Big Little Lies||2017||TV Mini-Series Stunt Double – 4 episodes|
|The Chaos Protocol: From the Adapt or Die Files||2017||Short stunt performer|
|Santa Clarita Diet||2017||TV Series stunt double – 2 episodes|
|Z Nation||2016||TV Series stunt double – 2 episodes|
|Shut Eye||2016||TV Series stunt performer – 1 episode|
|Good Girls Revolt||TV Series stunts – 1 episode, 2016 water safety – 1 episode, 2016|
|American Horror Story||2016||TV Series stunt performer – 1 episode|
|Lethal Weapon||2016||TV Series stunts – 1 episode|
|The Last Man on Earth||2016||TV Series stunt double – 1 episode|
|Aquarius||2016||TV Series stunt double – 1 episode|
|The Last Ship||TV Series stunts – 2 episodes, 2014 stunt performer – 1 episode, 2016|
|American Crime Story||2016||TV Series stunts – 1 episode|
|Swiss Army Man||2016||utility stunts / water safety|
|The Leftovers||TV Series water safety – 2 episodes, 2015 stunt performer – 1 episode, 2015|
|Extant||2015||TV Series stunt performer – 1 episode|
|Ballers||2015||TV Series water safety – 1 episode|
|Community||2015||TV Series stunt double – 1 episode|
|State of Affairs||2014||TV Series stunt double – 1 episode|
|True Blood||2012-2014||TV Series stunts – 3 episodes|
|Wilfred||TV Series utility stunts – 1 episode, 2014 stunts – 1 episode, 2013|
|Bones||TV Series stunts – 5 episodes, 2013 stunt double – 1 episode, 2013|
|General Hospital||TV Series stunt performer – 2 episodes, 2009 – 2013 stunts – 2 episodes, 2010|
|The Bridge||2013||TV Series stunt double – 1 episode|
|Last Resort||2012||TV Series stunts – 1 episode|
|The Mentalist||2010||TV Series stunts – 1 episode|
|The Back-up Plan||2010||stunt double|
|Fired Up!||2009||stunts – uncredited|
|Resistance 2||2008||Video Game stunts|
|Protect and Serve||2007||TV Movie stunt double / stunt double: Thad Luckinbill|
|The Young and the Restless||TV Series utility stunts – 3 episodes, 2007 stunt performer – 2 episodes, 2007 stunt double – 2 episodes, 2007 stunts – 1 episode, 2007|
|The Loop||TV Series stunt double – 1 episode, 2007 stunts – 1 episode, 2007|
|Twenty Good Years||2006||TV Series stunt double – 1 episode|
|Deceit||2006||TV Movie stunts|
|I Love Dick||2017||TV Series||Drunk Patron|
|NCIS: Los Angeles||2013-2017||TV Series||Tom Olsen / Roleplayer|
|The Chaos Protocol: From the Adapt or Die Files||2017||Short||Ukrainian Thug|
|Shut Eye||2016||TV Series||Amanda’s Boyfriend|
|The Last Ship||2014||TV Series||Smith|
|Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen||2009||Strike Force Team (as Dave Olsen)|
|Resistance 2||2008||Video Game||Black Ops Soldier (voice)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia
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