The children of Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman are all grown up and following in their parents’ footsteps.

For decades, the acclaimed actor Danny DeVito has captivated audiences with his talent and charisma. As a youngster, DeVito, who was born in 1944 in Neptune, New Jersey, was bullied because of his height. Despite the hardships, he got passionate about performing and obtained his degree from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in 1966.

DeVito traveled to Hollywood to better his profession after working at his sister’s hair shop. He enjoyed the flower kid mentality while there, yet he still had a great ambition to pursue acting. He pursued Off-Broadway theater after returning to New York City, which is how he met Rhea Perlman by coincidence.

Rhea Perlman, a native of Brooklyn, New York, had an ambition of being an actress. Their paths intersected in 1970, when Rhea attended an Off-Broadway show starring DeVito. After being captivated by DeVito’s performance, Rhea arranged up a date, and their friendship blossomed into a love relationship.

DeVito and Perlman married in 1982 and had three children: Lucy Grace, Grace Fan, and Jake. The couple, who had been married for 35 years, divorced in 2017. Even after their divorce, they maintain a friendly relationship for the sake of their children.

Lucy Chet DeVito, their eldest daughter, attended Brown University to study drama and tried her hand at performing. She expressed her gratitude for her parents’ understanding of the challenges that performers endure in the industry. Grace, the second daughter, displayed her resilience by deciding to work behind the camera in Hollywood. Jake, the youngest, began his career in Hollywood as an actor and worked in several film departments.

The DeVito-Perlman children are still successful in the entertainment industry, and their close-knit family thrives despite the strains of their public lives. Despite their divorce, Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman’s undying love and support for one another show their commitment to one another and their shared principles.