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Joe Cross was born on the 30th May 1966, in Australia, and is an entrepreneur, wellness advocate, author and film director, noted for his documentary “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead” (2010), and is a CEO and founder of the health and lifestyle brand called Reboot with Joe. Cross’ career started in 2010.
Have you ever wondered how rich Joe Cross is, as of mid- 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Cross’ net worth is as high as $2 million, an amount earned through his successful career as wellness advisor. In addition to creating a popular weight loss program, Cross has also written seven wellness-related books which have improved his wealth.
Joe Cross Net Worth $2 Million
Joe Cross worked as a trader on the Sydney Futures Exchange from the early ‘80s until 1998, and founded several companies in the technology space and derivatives trading in that span. From 1998 to 2003, Cross was involved with media, technology, telecommunications, and financial services for Queensland Press Ltd. He invested his capital into Jaymsea Investments Pty Ltd which has a diverse portfolio that includes: Thakoon, a leading US-based high-end fashion label, Citibabes, a club and education center for families with small children, and Willow, a high-end Australian-based fashion label.
Joe Cross went through the toughest period of his life in the mid- 2000s when he weighed 310 pounds (140 kilogrammes) and suffered from chronic urticarial, an autoimmune condition, so he was forced to take steroid prednisone for years. Starting from 2005, he spent several years unsuccessfully trying to solve his illness with traditional and non-traditional medicine. The fact that he was a smoker and regular alcohol consumer didn’t help at all, so he had to change his lifestyle entirely.
Doctors told Cross that he would die early if he continued with his current habits, so he decided to drink only juice for 60 days, and traveled across America in a truck with a cameraman, a generator, a sound guy, and a juicer. His mixture of 80% vegetables and 20% fruits including celery, apples, lemon, cucumber, kale, and ginger helped him make the Mean Green Juice, but Cross changed the ingredients from time to time to consume different vegetables and plants.
Almost miraculously, after drinking his juice for 60 days, Cross has lost 100 pounds, his cholesterol drastically dropped while the urticaria symptoms completely vanished. Cross filmed his endeavors through the US, and released the documentary called “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead” in 2010, which follows his travels and interviews with people who have obesity issues. The sequel to the documentary came out in 2014, and followed the lives of individuals Cross met in the first part. Cross directed, wrote, and produced the first one, while he wrote and produced the sequel. Most recently, he served as an executive producer of the documentary called “The Kids Menu” in 2016, which reflects childhood obesity problems and the ways to solve them. The success of these documentaries has significantly increased Cross’ net worth.
Joe Cross founded Reboot with Joe, a lifestyle and health brand that gives support and information to people who are struggling with obesity. He also published seven books: “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead” (2011), “Reboot with Joe Recipe Book (Plant-Based Recipes to Supercharge Your Life)” (2012), and “101 Juice Recipes” (2013), which sales only increased his net worth. He also wrote, “The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet: Lose Weight, Get Healthy and Feel Amazing” (2014), “Reboot with Joe Juice Diet Cookbook” (2014), and “101 Smoothies” (2014). His latest publication was “Reboot with Joe: Fully Charged” in 2015, which also added to his net worth.
Regarding his personal life, Joe Cross’s private details are relatively unknown as he successfully keeps them hidden from the public eyes.
|Full Name||Joe Cross|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Date Of Birth||May 30, 1966|
|Place Of Birth||Sydney, Australia|
|Parents||Virginia Cross, Merv Cross|
|Siblings||Brian Cross, James Cross, Andrew Cross, Liz Cross|
|Movies||Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead|
|TV Shows||The O'Keefes|
|Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead 2||2014||Documentary|
|Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead||2010||Documentary story / written by|
|The Kids Menu||2016||Documentary executive producer|
|Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead 2||2014||Documentary executive producer|
|Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead||2010||Documentary executive producer|
|Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead||2010||Documentary|
|Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead 2||2014||Documentary animation writer|
|Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead 2||2014||Documentary additional cinematography|
|Food Heals||Documentary filming|
|Food Choices||2016||Documentary||Himself (wellness advocate)|
|The Kids Menu||2016||Documentary||Himself|
|A Healthy You & Carol Alt||2014||TV Series||Himself|
|Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead 2||2014||Documentary||Himself|
|Ask a Concierge||2014||TV Series||Himself - Special Guest|
|Overfed & Undernourished||2014||Documentary||Himself|
|Access Hollywood Live||2014||TV Series||Himself|
|Hungry for Change||2012||Documentary||Himself|
|Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead||2010||Documentary||Himself|