Steve-O net worth

Steve O’s net worth is at least $2.5 million dollars, as of 2019.

Born Stephen Gilchrist Glove, his net worth is hands down the result of his extraordinary career, being a staple in the American TV series – Jackass franchise.

You couldn’t get through the 2000’s without hearing Steve O’s screams of pain, goofy laugh, or relatively soft-spoken narrations, as a member of the Jackass Crew.

Though the stunts and shenanigans from those days launched him into the public eye, he’s continued on to do a variety of other things as well.

Net Worth: $2.5 Million (USD)
Source of Wealth: Professional Acting, Stunt Performance, Standup Comedy, Music, Producer
Full Name: Stephen Gilchrist Glove
Also known as: Steve-O
Date of Birth: June 13, 1974
Age: 45
Country of Origin: United States of America
Gender: Male
Height: 5ft 10in
Years Active: 1997 to present
Recent Update: 2019

 

Source of Wealth

Steve O’s wealth has undoubtedly been accumulated over the years through the Jackass franchise.

He has also made a lot of money from the number of television shows, road shows, stand up gigs, and narrations, under his belt.

All these definitely add to the mix, to makeup his total net worth and source of wealth.

The many tours he has done in his career have also made him a lot of money, starting with his first main tour in 2001, “Don’t Try This at Home Volume 2: The Tour” to his 2011 stand-up show tour in Australia.

He has also toured all over the United States and Europe.

 

Early Life

Stephen Glove’s (Steve O’s) father was the President of the South American division of Pepsi Cola, which required constant relocation.

His family moved from England to Brazil, from there to Venezuela, then on to Connecticut, followed by Florida, then on to Ontario- all by the age of 13.

He wound up back in England for his high school years, graduating from the ASL (American School in London).

He went on to spend a year at the University of Miami before dropping out, and also attended the University of New Mexico for a short time.

He did however graduate from the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Clown College in 1997.

Though he did not find employment with B&B Circus, he did take up a position as a clown at a flea market.

While doing this, he began filming his different tricks and stunts, that would eventually gain traction and set him on the course toward Jackass.

 

Career Highlights

2000: He started his career by sending videos of himself performing in flea market circus to the editor of Big Brother magazine, Jeff Tremaine.

Jeff, who later became the director of Jackass, connected with Steve-O and got him working on Jackass. As fate would have it for Steve-O, Jackass became a really big and instant hit.

2001: He released a DVD titled “Don’t Try This at Home”. It sold a lot of copies and led to his tours promoting the DVD and doing stunts along the way. The various stunts he did led to the release of the second “Don’t Try This at Home Volume 2: The Tour”.

2002: Jackass: The Movie was released and made even bigger hit.

Having a steady TV career and frequenting the big screen from time to time, hasn’t scored Steve-O an award or highly polished accolades. But one thing that can be said about him that is in itself an enormous achievement.

That would be celebrating over ten years of sobriety- remaining drug and alcohol free.

Despite all of the turmoil that has clouded his life as well as his career, he remains to this day to be a well-known figure in popular culture.

 

Personal Life

Steve O’s personal life has been greatly impacted by the troubles and bad publicity that some of his actions have attracted.

Having been arrested multiple times for a variety of reasons over the years, drug and alcohol problems, and his tendency toward being unpredictable in a damaging way, all placed a sour taste in the mouths of those who would have otherwise given him greater opportunities after Jackass.

Though a rocky and tumultuous career, he is today a household name in the thirty and under crowd.

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