Born in a show business family, Mitchell Moranis is following the footsteps of his father, Rick Moranis. His father is popular for his portrayal in the television comedy series, Second City Television (SCTV). For his performance, he won a Prime time Emmy Award for outstanding writing in the SCTV program.
Moranis was born Mitchell Derek Frederick Allan Moranis on 7th February 1988, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He belongs to Hungarian heritage, coming from Kolozsvar, Kingdom of Hungary (present; Cluj-Napoca, Romania).
Is Mitchell Moranis Committed To Anyone?
Mitchell Moranis isn't committed to anyone special yet so, is currently living a single life. Nevertheless, his fans are curious to know about his intimate life and often questions that who is the perfect match to be his soulmate?
The celebrity kid is working proficiently on his work while achieving his life goals. So this might be the reason, he isn't involved in any relationship affair up until now. Moreover, he is currently living in his hometown, Toronto.
Mitchell's Parents' (Rick & Ann) Marital Life
The thirty one-year-old Moranis' father, Rick Moranis married to a costume designer, Ann Belsky. The duo tied the knot in 1986, in the presence of their families and friends at "The Lakeview" venue in Toronto, Ontario.
The pair further welcomed to adorable children, Mitchell and Rachel Moranis (his sister) in 1988.
Unfortunately, the couple's marriage didn't last long due to the death of Belsky. She died of breast cancer on 4th February 1991. Upon the demise of his wife, Rick slowly left his acting career for a short time to care of his kids in 1997.
Mitchell's Dad's Net Value - $10 Million
Mitchell Moranis' father has an impressive net worth of $10 Million as of 2019. He also collects a bundle of fortune from his profession as an actor. So, he earns an annual salary of $500 Thousand.
His dad moreover worked in numbers of films that made an amazing box office collection. Some of his feature movies includes:
|Movies||Box Office Collection||Budget||IMDb|
|On 8th June 1984 - Ghostbusters||$295.2 million||$25 Million–$30 million||7.8|
|On 2nd August 1989 - Parenthood||$126 Million||$20 Million||7.0|
|On 23rd June 1989 - Honey, I Shrunk the Kids||$222.7 Million||$18 Million||6.3|
|On 27th May 1994 - The Flintstones||$341.6 Million||$46 Million||4.9|
|On 1st November 2003 -Brother Bear||$250.4 Million||$46 Million||6.8|
Rick also starred with Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara in the Canadian television sketch comedy show, Second City Television (SCTV). When it comes to the net value of those stars, Levy and O'Hara have $18 Million and $8 Million respectively.
Mitchell's Dad (Rick)'s Career Highlights
Moranis' father started his career as a regular cast in the television series, 90 Minutes Live in 1976. Later, he began to appear on Second City Television (SCTV) from 1980 to 1981. Similarly, his other television works are Gravedale High, The Goldbergs, etc.
The legendary actor made his big screen debut in 1983 in the movie, Starnge Brew as Bob McKenzie. He then starred in Art Linson's comedy-drama film, The Wild Life in 1984.
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Rick also featured in American rock musical horror film, Little Shop of Horrors in 1986. Further, he portrayed Nathan Huffner in the 1989 movie, Parenthood. Similarly, he also acted in many films including Little Giants, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and the Island of Misfit Toys, and various others.
Rick As A Singer
Rick released his first musical album, You, Me, the Music and Me in 1989. Later, he released his second studio album, The Agoraphobic Cowboy in 2005. After eight years, he recorded his third album, My Mother's Brisket & Other Love Songs in 2013. Just like him, Emm Gryner and Jenna Walker are also Canadian singers.
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