David Wilson Net Worth

David Wilson Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

David Wilson net worth is
$6 Million

David Wilson Wiki Biography

David Emmanuel Wilson was born on 15 June 1991, in Danville, Virginia USA, to Sheila and Dwight Wilson. He is a former American Football player, best known as running back for the New York Giants in the National Football League (NFL).

A former running back, how loaded is Davis Wilson now? According to sources, Wilson’s fortune reaches $6 million, as of early 2017, his net worth being accumulated mostly during his football career, but also through his involvement in track and field, broadcasting and music.

David Wilson Net Worth $6 million

Wilson grew up in Danville, where he attended George Washington High School, playing for the school’s football team. In his senior year, he rushed for 2,291 yards and 35 touchdowns, both school records, earning first-team All-Group AAA honors. He was first-team all-district, all-metro and all-region selection as well as the Gatorade Player of the Year. In 2009 he was selected to play for USA Football’s Junior National Team, winning the IFAF Under-19 World Championship that took place in Canton, Ohio, that year.

While attending George Washington, he was also a sprinter and jumper for the school’s track team, winning the national championship in the triple jump at the 2009 Nike Indoor Meet, and capturing first place at the 2009 WV District Championships in the 100 meters.

Later that year Wilson enrolled at Virginia Tech, joining the school’s football team – The Hookies. He became the team’s starting running back in 2011, finishing the season with 1,709 rushing yards on 290 carries, a school record, earning the 2011 ACC Offensive Player of the Year honor and the Dudley Award. He was selected second-team All-American and unanimous first-team All-ACC. He also continued with his track and field performances, capturing third place at the VT Indoor Challenge in the long jump, and first place in the triple jump at the Miami Invitational and Liberty Twilight in 2010. The following year he took sixth place in the triple jump at the NCAA Championships, earning his first career All-America honor.

In 2012 Wilson was selected in the first round as the 32nd overall pick by the New York Giants in the 2012 NFL Draft; the team signed him to a four-year deal worth $6.68 million, including a club option for a fifth-year and a $3.3 million signing bonus. His net worth was established. He went on to set the franchise record for all-purpose yards in a single game, with 327 all-purpose yards in the game against the New Orleans Saints in late 2012. By returning four kickoffs for 227 yards and running for 100 yards with two touchdowns on just 13 carries, he became the first player in the history of the NFL to accumulate 200 kick return yards and 100 rushing yards, and the second player since 1970 with two rushing touchdowns and a kick return touchdown in one single game. His performances greatly contributed to his popularity.

The following year saw Wilson on the injured reserve list, due to a spinal stenosis which threatened to severely damage his neck if he continued to play football. A year later he underwent neck surgery, being ruled out for the year shortly afterwards from another injury. Due to his neck condition, he retired from professional football later that year after less than two seasons in the NFL, but his brief tenure in the NFL considerably added to his wealth.

After his football career was cut off, Wilson, being a nationally ranked triple jumper in high school and college, announced his plans to return to track and field. He attempted to make the US Olympic team for the 2016 Games in Rio, but failed to qualify. Meanwhile, he became involved in radio and television broadcasting for ESPN. All contributed to his net worth.

He is currently involved in writing, performing and recording Christian music, which has been another source of his wealth.

When it comes to his private life, Wilson is married to Stormy Wilson, with whom he has one child. The family resides in Atlanta.

Net Worth$6 Million
Date Of BirthJune 15, 1991
Place Of BirthDanville, Virginia, United States
Height1.75 m
Weight93 kg
ProfessionAmerican football running back
EducationHarvard University, Tuskegee University


9/11 State of Emergency2010TV Movie documentary
Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew2010TV Series 3 episodes
Ghostride the Whip2008Video documentary
Lost Worlds2006TV Series documentary 1 episode
A Life Without Limits: The Making of 'The Aviator'2005Video documentary short
The Words and Music of 'Cold Mountain'2003TV Movie
The Making of 'Kill Bill'2003TV Movie documentary
A Look Inside: The Others2002TV Short documentary
One Taste Is Never Enough... The Pleasures of 'Chocolat'2000TV Movie documentary
Making Life Beautiful1999TV Short documentary
The Cider House Rules: The Making of an American Classic1999Video documentary short
Passion and Romance: The Wings of the Dove1999Video documentary short as David J. Wilson
Rhyme & Reason1997Documentary
Timothy Leary's Dead1996Documentary
Dear Babe1995
God's Dominion: By the Word of God1993Documentary
Mackenzie King and the Conscription Crisis1991Documentary short
Penfield1991Documentary short
Strangers in Good Company1990
Parents in Crisis1988Short
The Last Straw1987
Sitting in Limbo1986
90 Days1985
Skating on Thin Ice1984TV Movie documentary
The Masculine Mystique1984Documentary
Captive Minds: Hypnosis and Beyond1983Documentary
For the Love of Dance1981Documentary
The Devil at Your Heels1981Documentary
The Fiddlers of James Bay1980Documentary short
A Warehouse for Bodies1979Documentary short
Twice Upon a Time...1979Short
The Wages of Work1978Documentary short
Back Alley Blue1977Short
Some People Have to Suffer1976Documentary short
Arctic IV1975Documentary
After Mr. Sam1975Documentary
A Great Little Artist1973Short
The Jews of Winnipeg1973Short
Coming Home1973Documentary
The Other Side of the Ledger: An Indian View of the Hudson's Bay Company1972Short


American Gangster2009TV Series documentary producer - 1 episode
Desperately Seeking Helen1999Documentary producer
Asylum1998Documentary producer
Anatomy of Desire1995Documentary producer
Silence & Storm1995Documentary producer
Dear Babe1995producer
Talking with David Frost1992-1993TV Series associate producer - 4 episodes
Mackenzie King and the Conscription Crisis1991Documentary short producer
Strangers in Good Company1990producer
The Last Straw1987producer
Sitting in Limbo1986producer
90 Days1985producer
Captive Minds: Hypnosis and Beyond1983Documentary producer
For the Love of Dance1981Documentary producer
Jennifer's Journey1979TV Series producer


God's Dominion: By the Word of God1993Documentary writer
Strangers in Good Company1990with
Holding Our Ground1988Documentary writer
The Last Straw1987
90 Days1985story
The Masculine Mystique1984Documentary written by
For the Love of Dance1981Documentary
Harmonium en Californie1980Documentary
The Fiddlers of James Bay1980Documentary short
The Wages of Work1978Documentary short writer
The Other Side of the Ledger: An Indian View of the Hudson's Bay Company1972Short
Ghostride the Whip2008Video documentary written by
Tupac Shakur: Thug Angel2002Documentary
Making Life Beautiful1999TV Short documentary additional writer
Passion and Romance: The Wings of the Dove1999Video documentary short as David J. Wilson
Anatomy of Desire1995Documentary


For the Love of Dance1981Documentary
The Wages of Work1978Documentary short

Editorial Department

A Journey to 'Cold Mountain'2003TV Short documentary additional editor
The Life and Times of Kirk Douglas2000Video documentary short post-production coordinator

Art Department

The Magic of 'Finding Neverland'2005Video short graphics


The Devil's Dream1991Documentary special thanks

Won Awards

2011Silver MedalNew York FestivalsTelevision Documentary and Information ProgramsMystery Files (2010)
1991GenieGenie AwardsBest Achievement in Film EditingStrangers in Good Company (1990)

Nominated Awards

1991GenieGenie AwardsBest Motion PictureStrangers in Good Company (1990)
1986GenieGenie AwardsBest Motion Picture90 Days (1985)
1986GenieGenie AwardsBest Achievement in Film Editing90 Days (1985)
1981Gold HugoChicago International Film FestivalBest DocumentaryFor the Love of Dance (1981)

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