David Hyde Pierce Biography
David Hyde Pierce is a director and actor from the United States known for his roles in the NBC sitcom Frasier and in a number of films as a supporting actor, including Sleepless in Seattle and Nixon. His voice roles include A Bug’s Life and Treasure Planet for Disney Pixar. On Broadway, he received the Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical for his work in Curtains in 2007. He directed the Broadway musical It Shoulda Been You in 2015.
How Old is David Hyde Pierce? – Age
He is 62 years old as of 3 April 2021. He was born David Hyde Pierce in 1959 in Saratoga Springs, New York, United States.
David Hyde Pierce Family
George Hyde Pierce, his father, was an aspiring actor, and Laura Marie Pierce (née Hughes), his mother, was an insurance agent. To avoid confusion with another actor named David Pierce, he took the middle name Hyde.
David Hyde Pierce Wife
Pierce revealed in 2007 that he is gay, ending years of media speculation about his sexuality. In October 2008, Pierce married television writer, director, and producer Brian Hargrove. The couple married just days before Proposition 8, which made same-sex marriage illegal in California. Pierce expressed his displeasure with the passage of Proposition 8 on The View in 2009.
David Hyde Pierce Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $40 Million.
David Hyde Pierce Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later
He appeared as Full Professor Henry Neumann in the satirical comedy streaming television series Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later.
The far-flung alums of Camp Firewood travel to Maine in August 1991 for a long-awaited reunion. Beth reveals a shocking secret, McKinley becomes suspicious of the nanny, and Andy spars with the new cool kid at camp. While Katie and Andy go on a mission to save the camp, Lindsay acts on a hot tip, and Donna approaches Victor with an unexpected request. The Firewood family braces for disaster as the clock ticks down and their options run out.
David Hyde Pierce Frasier
He appeared as Niles Crane, Frasier’s younger brother, a psychiatrist in private practice in the American television sitcom Frasier.
Niles’ pedantic, neurotic qualities provide a foil for Frasier’s own idiosyncrasies. He is fastidious, fussy, and far snobbier than Frasier. He is also devoted, chivalrous, and incredibly loving, which more than compensates for his shortcomings in the eyes of his loved ones. Niles is very close to his older brother, and their fiercely competitive personalities provide much of the humour. Niles, like Frasier, prefers arts, music, and intellectual pursuits to sports, though he excels at squash and croquet. Niles is particularly mysophobic, wiping his hands after human contact and wiping down public chairs before sitting on them.
Frasier Crane, a Harvard-trained psychiatrist, returns to his hometown of Seattle, Washington, after his marriage and life in Boston come to an end. When he is forced to take in his father, Martin, a retired Seattle Police Department detective, his plans for a new life as a single man are jeopardized. Niles’ relationship with his unseen first wife is another recurring theme.
David Hyde Pierce Movies
♦ 2021 – The Georgetown Project
♦ 2010 – The Perfect Host
♦ 2009 – Stingray Sam
♦ 2008 – Forever Plaid: The Movie
♦ 2004 – Hellboy – Abe Sapien
♦ 2003 – Down with Love
♦ 2002 – Full Frontal
♦ 2002 – Treasure Planet
♦ 2001 – Wet Hot American Summer
♦ 2001 – Happy Birthday
♦ 2001 – Osmosis Jones
♦ 2001 – Laud Weiner
♦ 2000 – Isn’t She Great
David Hyde Pierce TV Shows
♦ 2017 – Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later
♦ 2017 – When We Rise
♦ 2017 – Julie’s Greenroom
♦ 2015 – Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp
♦ 2014–2015 – The Good Wife
♦ 2014 – The Simpsons
♦ 2012 – Sesame Street
♦ 2006 – The Amazing Screw-On Head
♦ 2003 – Gary the Rat
♦ 2001 – Titus
♦ 2001 – On the Edge
♦ 1999 – Jackie’s Back
♦ 1997, 2007 – The Simpsons
♦ 1997 – Happily Every After
♦ 1996 – The Outer Limits