José F. Daccarett is the father of successful actress and singer, Sofia Carson. She has been a part of several Disney shows and films. He has been very supportive of his daughter’s career, often attending her performances and red carpet events. He is also very proud of her success and has spoken publicly about his admiration for her. Sofia’s primary influences are pop music and artists who “tell stories through their music”, including acts such as The Beatles and Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift.
José F. Daccarett Wife
José F. Daccarett is married with Laura Char Carson. He moved to Florida from Colombia with his wife. Sofia chose the artistic name “Carson” after her American maternal grandmother, Lauraine Carson.
José F. Daccarett’s Daughter – Sofia Carson
José F. Daccarett’s net worth is not known. Her daughter on the other hand, Sofia participated in a BMI Latina musical artist showcase, in 2013. She was also featured on the Descendants 2 and Descendants 3 soundtracks. She released her single “Back to Beautiful” featuring Alan Walker, in 2017.
She released the single “Fool’s Gold”, produced by Stargate and Jeff Jones, in 2021. In 2014, Carson guest-starred on Austin & Ally on the Disney Channel. Carson joined the cast of the thriller film Songbird, in 2020. It was announced that Carson will serve as guest mentor on American Idol, on May 10, 2023.
She was designated as the first Global Ambassador of the Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation, in Aug 2019 and was named the new global ambassador of beauty brand Revlon, in 2020. She released a new fragrance for Carson, called One Heart, in April 2021.
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Earlier this year, she also announced that she had partnered with the Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation in order to establish the Sofia Carson Scholarship, which will fund a bachelor’s degree at Berklee College of Music for young musicians, in 2022. Her net worth is estimated to be $6 million, as of j-14.
She also stated in the interview, “I moved to Los Angeles to go to UCLA. Education has always been a huge part of my life and for my parents. It was always the deal that they supported me unconditionally, however, I had to go to school and pursue my education. I’m so grateful for the opportunity to even go to college.
I moved to L.A. myself and I was auditioning while I was in school,” the singer told Teen Vogue in February 2020. “After class, I would run and audition once or twice a day. Or since I would often miss class, I would email my professor and be like, ‘I have this big audition. I’ll make up all my studies,’ et cetera. But they were always really understanding. I went on about 200 auditions before I got my first job. It was a small guest-starring role on a Disney Channel series called Austin & Ally.”