Jeremy Stenberg Net Worth
14th June 2020
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Jeremy Stenberg Wiki Biography
Jeremy Stenberg is a professional freestyle motocross rider and off-road truck racer born on 27th September 1981, in San Diego, California, USA. He received his nickname “Twitch” due to suffering from Tourette’s syndrome with which he was diagnosed when he was eight years old. He declares himself as a born again Christian.
Have you ever wondered how rich Jeremy Stenberg is? According to sources, it has been estimated that Jeremy Stenberg’s overall net worth is now over $3.5 million, acquired through a successful (and exciting) motocross and off-road truck racing career which he actually started at the age of two! By participating in many competitions and earning numerous acknowledgements, his net worth significantly increased along with his popularity. Since he is still active in both of these sports, his net worth continues to grow.
Jeremy Stenberg Net Worth $3.5 Million
Stenberg started riding motorbikes with his father, so avoiding temptations in their dangerous neighborhood, and at the same time spend more time with him. Jeremy’s love for motocross grew with age, and he eventually became one of the most successful people in this sport. Although he participated in and earned numerous awards, some of his biggest career accomplishments include first place at the 1998 Las Vegas LXD Freestyle and Step up, first place at the 2005 Dew Action Sports Pro Tour Toyota Challenge, first place at the 2008 Red Bull X Fighters Brazil and first place at the LG Action Sports FMX World Championships the same year. He has also won gold at the 2005 Summer X Games best Trick, 2011 X Games 17 Best Whip and 2012 X Games 18 Best Whip. Jeremy also took second places and silver medals in 2004 X Fighters, 2005 Dew Action Sports Pro Tour FMX Overall Points, 2008 Red Bull X Fighters Texas and 2009 X Games 15 CA Freestyle. All contributed to his net worth.
Since he has been diagnosed with Tourette’s Syndrome, in 2006 Jeremy starred in MTV’s documentary TV series “True Life: I Have Tourette’s Syndrome”, and five years later he starred in the VH1’s reality series “The X-Life”. In 2010, Stenberg took part in the Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Series, in which he raced trucks, and won the Super Lite season championship of the year. In 2015, he competed in the X Games’ Speed Energy Formula Off-Road category but this time failed to qualify for the final race and finished fourth.
Apart from being a successful sportsman and a television face, Jeremy has also released his own DVD entitled “Twitch: Hoodrich” and worked on short documentaries “Chapter 2” and “Global Addiction” both filmed in 2002. He also had a cameo role in the “xXx” (2002) movie.
When it comes to his private life, Jeremy has been married to Susie Stenberg since 2006 and the couple has three children – Katrina, Savy and Sayler.
|1||I don’t even like Step Up much anymore. It’s so hard on you, and I’m learning all these other awesome tricks like the flip. But I’ll show up, ride and just see what happens. And I can’t wait to watch everyone else. It’s gonna be so sick this year.|
|1||Favourite movie – Cheech and Chongs Up In Smoke|
|2||Favourite band – Kottonmouth Kings|
|3||Member of the Metal Mulisha.|
|Crusty Demons of Dirt Global Assault Tour||2005||TV Movie|
|xXx||2002||biker double: Mr. Diesel|
|Punk’d||2015||TV Series||Himself – Accomplice|
|World of X Games: Real Moto||2015||TV Series||Himself|
|VIP zprávy||2010||TV Series||Himself|
|Moments of Impact||2009||TV Series documentary||Himself – Motocross Racer|
|Arby’s Action Sports Awards||2006||TV Special||Himself|
|MX Machine||2004||TV Series||Metal Mulisha|
|Chapter 2||2002||Video documentary short as Twitch|
|Global Addiction||2002||Video documentary|
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