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What Is Steve-O’s Net Worth In 2022?

What Is Steve-O’s Net Worth In 2022?

Steve-O is being sued for $12 million over claims he and Chris Pontius injured a man in an accident, so what's the damage to his wallet?

Following the recent news that Steve-O and Chris Pontius are being sued for $12 million over claims the pair injured a man in a jet-ski accident, fans of the Jackass crew want to know whether the incident has caused a dent in Steve-O’s wallet. 

The new movie, Jackass Forever, features the likes of the American entertainer and stuntman, joining Johnny Knoxville and the rest of the cast as they perform both dangerous and hilarious stunts. So, what is Steve-O’s net worth in 2022?

What is Steve-O’s net worth in 2022?

Steve-O has an estimated net worth of a hefty $2.5 million (£1.8 million), according to Wealthy Gorilla

The star is best-known for his time on the show Jackass.

The show premiered on MTV in 2000 and continued over three seasons in two years. 

The series showcased nine daring stunt men and extreme sport athletes as they tried their hand in reckless and dangerous stunts with the catch phrase, “Don’t try this at home!”

Off the back of the series, Steve-O then co-starred in MTV’s Wildboyz with Chris Pontius from 2003-2006. 

Then came his own spin-off series, Dr. Steve-O, where he would attempt to “de-wussify” his guests on the show.

The Jackass series also became a prolific film franchise, comprising the five movies: 

Jackass: The Movie (2002), Jackass Number Two (2006), Jackass Presents: Mat Hoffman's Tribute to Evel Knievel (2008), Jackass 3D (2010), Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa (2013).

The stuntman also co-produced Jackass forever alongside Chris Pontius, according to IMDB

He also received the PETA Nanci Alexander award for his "voice against cruelty” towards animals, and even plans to have his own animal sanctuary one day with his partner.

On his website, he also sells merchandise like an autographed skateboard for £73.57, and a beat box for £294.29. 

He is also currently touring the US with his The Bucket List Tour, with tickets costing around $19-$60, depending on seat location and venue. 

Featured Image Credit: GQ / Zamar Velez

Topics: Steve-O, Jackass, TV and Film, MTV