Brian Deegan Net Worth 2022 earned from his career; Who is His wife?
Facts of Brian Deegan
|Full Name:||Brian Deegan|
|Birth Date:||May 9, 1974|
|Profession:||Freestyle Motocross Rider, Racing Driver|
|Height:||5 feet 9 inches (1.75m)|
|Net Worth||$10 million|
|Birth Place||Omaha, Nebraska|
|Kids||Haiden Deegan, Hudson Deegan,Hailie Deegan|
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Brian Deegan is an American professional freestyle motocross rider as well as a racing driver. He is well-known for winning the gold medal of his event at the 2002 Winter X Games.
Early Life of Brian Deegan
In Omaha, Nebraska, the United States of America, freestyle motocross rider Brian Deegan was born on 9th May 1974. His horoscope is Taurus. Brian holds an American nationality while he belongs to a white ethnical background.
How much is Brian Deegan Net Worth?
Brian Deegan has a net worth of around $10 million as of 2022. He is able to earn this impressive amount through his career as a freestyle motocross rider and racing driver. He earns around $2 million per year as a salary. In the year 2013, his career earnings were reported to be $18 million.
House & Car Collection
Brian and his family currently reside at a lavish mansion in Temecula, California. Once Brian’s lavish house was featured on MTV Cribs.
Though he is a freestyle motocross rider, he owns various lavish cars such as 2007 CLS55 AMG, 2007 Range Rover, 2007 Escalade, and a 2007 4×4 Chevy. Also, he has a collection of X Games Bikes.
Is Brian Deegan a Married Man? His Wife Name
Yes, Brian Deegan is a married man. He is happily married to his wife, Marissa Deegan in a private wedding in the presence of their close friends and family. They dated for some years before sharing the wedding vows. They share three children together, two sons, Haiden Deegan, and Hudson Deegan, and a daughter, Hailie Deegan.
Children Following his Footsteps
Their eldest son, Haiden also races like Brian and became a top amateur motocross racer. Like father, their daughter, Hailie is an American professional stock car racing driver who competes full-time in the ARCA Menards Series, driving the No 4 Ford Fusion for DGR-Crosley.
Further, their younger son, Hudson has just begun riding dirt bikes. Brian is a proud father as his children are following in his footsteps.
Currently, she drives the No 19 Toyota Camry for Bill McAnally Racing full-time in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West and part-time in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East.
Movies Appearances & Other Works
Apart from his racing career, Brian has released a movie, Disposable Hero in the year 2006. He has performed some stunts in the movie Fantastic Four. Currently, he has been working on a reality show for MTV. Further, he owns a toy line called Hevy Hitters in Walmart.
He was the owner of the FMX park, the Compound, which he later sold to Nate Adams. Brian can be seen in various charity works like in the support of Sandals Church in Riverside, California, and their work with the poor, he donated his custom Jesse James West Coast Custom Choppers motorcycle to be raffled off.
Brian Deegan stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches. His bodyweight is 77kg. Deegan has brown colored hair while his eyes are green in color
Brian has won 14 X-game medals and is the only rider to compete in at least 1 event in every X game. At X Games XVII, he won gold in RallyCross. In the year 2011, he won the World Championship race at Crandon International Off-Road Raceway and also won the championships in the Pro Lite Unlimited and Pro 2 classes of the Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Series.
- At the age of 17 years old, Brian Deegan became part of the pro team Team Moto XXX.
- At the LA Coliseum last in the year 1997, he won the 125cc main as the ghost rode his bike across the finish line.
- In the year 2012, he had his Metal Mulisha Monster truck debut.
- He raced an OlsbergsMSE Ford Fiesta at the Global RallyCross Championship where he became the runner-up in 2012, fourth in 2013, and 12th in 2014.
- In the year 2015, Chip Ganassi Racing hired him to compete in seven Global Rallycross Championship races in an M-Sport Fiesta.
- At that time, he competed along with former professional motocross rider Jeff Ward.