Scott Baio Net Worth 2020, Biography, Career and Awards.
Scott Baio Net Worth 2020 – Scott Baio is an Italian-American actor and television director. People know him for his role as Chachi Arcola on the sitcom ‘Happy Days’ and its spin-off Joanie ‘Loves Chachi’.
Additionally, he played the title character on the sitcom ‘Charles in Charge’ and, Dr. Jack Stewart in the medical-mystery-drama series ‘Diagnosis: Murder’.
Baio was born in New York City, New York on September 22, 1960, to parents Italy Rose, a homemaker, and Mario Baio, who worked as his manager. He became interested in the world of show business since his early life.
His older brother and sister, Steven Baio (who is also an actor) and Stephanie Baio, are twins. He is of Italian-American nationality. Furthermore, he belongs to Italian (Sicilian) ethnic background. Talking about his education, Baio graduated from Xaverian High School.
Scott Baio has enjoyed a successful TV career and made a name for himself dating almost every blonde starlet to enter Hollywood in the 80s and 90s. He made his debut as teenager, starring opposite Jodie Foster in the 1976 kid comedy Bugsy Malone.
His next role was as a regular on the nostalgic sitcom Happy Days in 1977, portraying Fonzie’s tough little cousin, Chachi, and thus, he became a favorite among teen girls.
He got the chance to play his captivating role once again in the short-lived spin-off series Joanie Loves Chachi in 1982, but his career will never shine as bright as it did in his teens.
Still, Baio went on to flaunt his thick Brooklyn accent and bronze looks on other TV series throughout the 1980s and ’90s, including Charles in Charge (1984-1990), Baby Talk (1991-1992) and Diagnosis Murder (1993–2001, along with Dick Van Dyke).
As of 2020, Scott Baio has an estimated net worth of more than $8 million. He has made most of his net worth working as an actor. However, he also makes some extra thousands by working as a director.
Baio has 5 wins and 6 nominations to his name. He garnered the Daytime Emmy Awards nominations in 1985 and 1981.
Additionally, he also garnered OFTA Television Award nomination in 2005. Furthermore, he won Festival Award in 2002 for ‘The Bread, My Sweet’.