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Rocko Akira Clapp: All You Need To Know About Her

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Rocko Akira Clapp

Rocko Akira Clapp is the celebrity child of Johnny Knoxville and Naomi Nelson. Rocko was born on December 20, 2009, in good health.

The name “Rocko” translates to “rest.” The name is related to “Rocco,” an Italian and German surname.

In Japanese, the name “Akira” means “Bright,” “Intelligent,” “Wisdom,” and “Truth.” The term ‘Akira’ refers to the afterlife in Arabic.

Net Worth of Parents

Johnny Knoxville, Rocko Akira Clapp’s father, is a well-known television show star, writer, producer, and big-time actor. Johnny has a net worth of $75 million.

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Naomi is an actress, writer, and co-director of a film. Naomi has a net worth of $2 million.

Relationship between Parents

Naomi Nelson and Johnny Knoxville dated for two years before Johnny proposed to her. After welcoming their first child into the world, the couple married in September of 2010. This was Naomi’s first (and hopefully last) wedding, and Johnny Knoxville’s second.

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Johnny was previously married to Melanie Lynn Cates in 1995 and divorced in 2006. In the year 2008, the couple officially divorced.

Siblings Of Rocko Akira Clapp

Rocko is Naomi Nelson’s first child and Johnny Knoxville’s second. Rocko Akira Clapp has one biological sister and one half sister. Madison Clapp is his older sister, and she was born in 1996. Rocko is also a big brother to his biological sister, Arlo Lemoyne Yoko Clapp, who was born on October 6, 2011.

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Attends film premieres

The four-person family attended the premiere of Walt Disney’s film Zootopia. Rocko and his younger sister Arlo were dressed in animal headgear and stole our hearts. Rocko wore fox headgear with fox ears, while Arlo wore bunny headgear with long bunny ears.

The family also saw the premieres of “Spiderman: Into the Spider Verse,” “Finding Dory,” “Aladdin,” and many other family-friendly films.