How rich is Chris Pontius?

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How rich is Chris Pontius?

Chris Pontius Net Worth:
$12 Million

Birth date: July 16, 1974
Birth place: Pasadena, California, United States
Height:1.73 m
Profession: Actor, Stunt Performer, Writer, Entertainer
Education: San Luis Obispo High School
Nationality: United States of America
Spouse: Claire Nolan (m. 2004–2013)
Nominations: MTV Movie Award for Best On-Screen Duo
Movies: Somewhere, What We Do Is Secret, National Lampoon's TV: The Movie, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, Jackass: The Movie
TV shows: Jackass, Wildboyz, Rally On
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Chris Pontius Net Worth:

Chris Pontius Net Worth $12 Million

The show was an instant success, but only lasted for 2 seasons. When the show finished Pontius teamed up with Steveo, additionally from Jackass to take up a brand new show called Wildboyz. The assumption of the show was to perform actions and stunts while simultaneously preparing the crowd. The show continued for four seasons. Chris after starred in all the Jackass pictures using the first team, and was always simple to see from his dearth of dress. He was often revealed wearing just a belt and headband or a man thong. Chris also did voice work for the gaming Jackass: The Game.

Since male thongs are a big section of Chris’ dress, he could always purchase more, a lot more. With $12 million dollars he could buy 600,000 of them and have a distinct one for, well, the remainder of his life. Something tells us he’ll have no trouble wearing them into his old age. On the flip side, Chris could also purchase headbands. For his cash he could get over 4,013,000. He simply could not afford both. Despite the fact that Chris has lots of supporters, we are believing a few of these might favor he really try out some clothing. For his cash he could purchase over 153,000 sets of jeans and regular tshirts, bringing him to the likes of…good. But after all, being good was not what made him cash in the first place.


Source: Wikipedia