Bam Margera Net Worth 2022: Update Age, Height, Weight, Bio, Wiki, and Career Details

Bam Margera Net Worth 2022

Bam Margera is a modern-day renaissance man. His career as an actor, producer and stuntman has been full of ups and downs but that hasn’t stopped him from pushing his limits to the fullest with every opportunity he’s given.

Bam was born in West Chester PA on September 28th 1979. Early in life, Bam started skateboarding which led him into other aspects of extreme sports like motocross racing & snowboarding. In 1997 at age 18 Bam would find himself behind bars for 100 days after being involved in a bar brawl while underaged – this experience solidified what he wanted out of life: “I will never go back to jail again”. This revelation lead young bam Margera onto MTV where he became the known world.

He has a net worth of $10 million.

Early Life:

Brandon Cole Margera, also known as Bam-Bam because of his propensity for running into walls when he was a child and shortening the nickname to just “Bam”, is currently living in West Chester Pennsylvania. He spent some time after high school working on receiving his GED before returning home where he now spends most days at work or skateboarding with friends rather than going anywhere else.

Skateboarding Career:

Margera has been sponsored by a variety of skateboard brands over the years. From Toy Machine in 1997 to Element Skateboards, Speed Metal bearings and Adio Footwear – he’s since gone on to represent Volcom, Landspeed Wheels, Destroyer Trucks and Destructo Trucks too! As of 2017, Margera has effectively retired from skateboarding with no major sponsorships. He is content to just hang out and casually skate whenever he feels like it these days.

Film and Television Career:

The CKY Crew was formed after Bam Margera, Ryan Dunn and friends skated around on their boards before releasing the first video of what would later become an ongoing series. The crew released a number of videos independently then disbanded in 2008 as they went off to do various projects.

Margera was a central castmate on Jackass for the full duration of the show. He also appeared in subsequent projects in the franchise, such as Viva La Bam and Wildboyz. Margera’s CKY videos drew Jeff Tremaine to ask him to be part of an upcoming project that would eventually become the MTV reality series Jackass with other members of his crew playing supporting roles throughout. If you’re looking for a good laugh, then have no fear. These four movies will get the job done and make your stomach hurt from laughing so hard!

He’s a professional daredevil, so it makes sense that Johnny has been able to find success with the Jackass franchise. He was also on MTV for five seasons in 2003-2005 as Viva La Bam which showed him and his crew perform stunts around West Chester but also featured trips abroad like Brazil, Finland, Mexico and The Netherlands! Bam Margera is back with more antics in his hilarious new show, Bam’s Unholy Union. On this show Bam and Melissa Rothstein will be planning their wedding while enduring all the craziness that comes along with it – including bachelor parties!

Margera’s acting and film projects have included the 2003 skateboarding movie Grind, where he played himself. He also appeared in a pornographic film with fellow CKY Crew member Brandon Novak called The Fantasstic Whores 4 (2008) which was directed by pornstar Gina Lynn. Margera has made other television appearances including his half-hour Spike special Bam’s World Domination (2010). His most recent appearance is on the VH1 reality series Family Therapy with Dr Jenn when he discussed his self-destructive behavior alongside his mother April Margera in March of 2016

Other acting and film projects that Margería appears in include playing himself in the spooky grind released in 2003; appearing as “the fantastic whores four”.

Other Projects and Pursuits:

After a long career in reality television, Margera went on to star and work as the producer of his own independent films. His first film Haggard came out shortly after Ryan Dunn’s death which was based on real-life events that happened with him playing himself. In it, he played Valo who is struggling with addiction while trying to maintain a relationship with his girlfriend (played by Roxy Saint). He followed this up with Minghags about an ex-girlfriend named Lynn Mizer who can’t get over her past but eventually learns she has some unresolved issues when they find each other again at their high school reunion.

Margera began acting in Hollywood productions such as Jackass and Viva La Bam before moving into directing for various TV projects. In December of the same year, Margera released his own Christmas-themed movie titled “Bam Margera Presents: Where The#$&% Is Santa?”

Margera is also a talented musician who started his own music label Filthy Note Records in 2005. He has directed music videos for Clutch, Turbonegro, Viking Skull and CKY; as well as played the keyboard in the novelty band Gnarkill and was once part of Fuckface Unstoppable. Margera’s Sirius Radio Station radio show “Radio Bam” aired from November 2004 to February 2013 with guest appearances by Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith among others.

With his first release of a book with private writings and pictures, Serious as Dog Dirt (2009), he has been involved in other projects such as voicing a character in the video game Scarface: The World is Yours (2006).

He also had an appearance in Tony Hawk’s famous skateboarding games.

Personal Life: 

Margera has been engaged to Jenn Rivell in the past, who was featured in many of his early projects. He became engaged again and married Melissa “Missy” Rothstein back in 2006 with their wedding preparations documented by MTV series called “Bam’s Unholy Union.” In November 2012 they divorced but Margera took things slow this time around as he got remarried much later than before to Nicole Boyd,

Real Estate:

In January 2004, Bam paid $1.195 million for a 14-acre property in West Chester, Pennsylvania and over time developed it into what is now called “Castle Bam.” The property which was heavily featured on his show Viva La Bam features an indoor skatepark with ramps that were designed by Kenny Anderson of the legendary X Games BMX team; a swimming pool where he celebrated turning 30; barns each containing areas designated to different aspects like music stage or office space – all while providing room for more structures as needed.

In January 2004, BAM (Bam Margera) pays just under two million dollars ($1.195M) for a fourteen-acre piece of land in West Chester PA and develops it into his own personal.

Bam is a real estate mogul and he owns more than just one castle. His other home in the area has been used for parties, so that’s convenient when his guests are looking to party. He also rents out Castle Bam on Airbnb from time to time!

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