Jesse James Net Worth

Jesse James net worth: Jesse James is an American entrepreneur and reality television star who has a net worth of $100 million. Jesse James was born on April 19, 1969, in Long Beach, California. Over the last several years, Jesse James has built a $200 million bike customization empire with his company West Coast Choppers. West Coast Choppers started humbly in 1992 out of a friend’s garage in Long Beach. Since then, the company has grown into a massive merchandising and lifestyle empire. Today the empire also includes a clothing line that is sold in Wal Mart, multiple TV shows, a magazine, fast food restaurants and more. His show “Monster Garage” was one of the highest rated shows on the Discovery Channel. Jesse was married to Academy Award winner Sandra Bullock from 2005 to 2010 until it was discovered that he was cheating on her with several women. He has been married to hair care heiress and drag racer Alexis DeJoria since 2013. Alexis’ father John Paul Dejoria is the founder of both the John Paul Mitchell hair brand and The Patron Spirits Company. John Paul is worth $4 billion.

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Jesse James Info
Net Worth$100 Million
SalaryN/A
Date of BirthApril 19, 1969 (age 53 years)
GenderMale
Height6 ft 1 in (1.87 m)
ProfessionActor, Bodyguard, Businessperson, Entrepreneur, Presenter, Television producer, Welder
NationalityUnited States of America

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My pistols, however, I always kept by me.

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I knew, however, that the next morning after the fight I would have to get away, and I did just in time, for a full company came early to look for me and were furious because I had escaped them.

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No, I think it taught me to be independent and never expect a handout and never wait for anybody to hand you anything in any aspect of my life.

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Just able barely to mount a horse and ride about a little in the spring of 1866, my life was threatened daily, and I was forced to go heavily armed. The whole country was then full of militia, robbing, plundering and killing.

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This was in June, 1866. Frank wrote for me to come to him at once, and although my own wound was still very bad, I started immediately and stayed with him at the house of Mr. Alexander Severe, in Nelson county, until he recovered, which was in September.

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