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Steve Berra Wiki/Biography
Steve Berra was born on the 10th May 1973, in St. Louis, Missouri USA, and is recognized for being not only a professional skateboarder who appeared in a number of skateboarding videos – including “The End” (1998) – but also as the co-owner of The Berrics, a skateboarding website. He is also known as a film director. His career has been active since the early 1990s.
So, have you ever wondered how rich Steve Berra is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total size of Steve’s net worth is over $3.5 million, an amount which has been accumulated through his successful career in the sports industry, not only as a professional skateboarder, but also as the co-owner of a popular skateboarding website. Another source of his wealth is coming from his career as a film director.
Steve Berra Net Worth $3.5 Million
Steve Berra hails from a relatively poor family, and divided his childhood time between St. Louis, Missouri and Omaha, Nebraska. While attending high school, at the age of 14 he showed an interest in skateboarding, and at that time he moved to Fallbrook, California and started to pursue his career in that field of the sports industry.
In no time he got his first sponsor, which was Blockhead, and thanks to his skills Steve soon began to perform at the Blockhead House, where he met skateboarder Jason Dill. Afterwards he became a part of the 101 skateboarding brand; however, he left it and moved to Tony Hawk’s Birdhouse Skateboards company, and the legendary skateboarder became his mentor, and Steve soon turned professional. Several months later, Steve left the company, and became a member of the Foundation Skateboards team, appearing in their video titled “Super Conductor Super Collider” in 1993, which added a considerable amount to his net worth.
Since then, Steve’s career has only gone upwards, as he continued to line up success after success. After some time spent with the Foundation, in 1998 he returned to the Birdhouse, skating in the company’s video “The End”, which became one of the best-selling skateboarding videos of all time, and so increasing his net worth by a large margin. Right after the realization of the video he again left the Birdhouse, this time to join Alien Workshop alongside other professional skaters, including Rob Dyrdek and Josh Kalis.
To speak further about his skateboarding career, in 2003 he suffered from several ankle injuries, and his surgery was featured in the video “Skate More”. Besides that, Steve has also appeared in a number of MTV shows, including “Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factor”, “Rob & Big”, and “413 Hope St.” among others, all of which added to his net worth.
Additionally to his career, Steve established a skateboarding website called The Berrics, together with his friend Eric Koston.
Apart from all of these, Steve has also tried himself as a film director, who directed the 2006 film “The Good Life”, starring Zooey Deschanel, Mark Webber, and Bill Paxton in the lead roles; the film received positive critiques, increasing further his net worth.
Speaking about his personal life, Steve Berra was married to actress/singer Juliette L. Lewis from 1999 to 2003 and they have two children together. His is current single and his residence is in Hollywood, California.
|Full Name||Steve Berra|
|Net Worth||$3.5 Million|
|Date Of Birth||May 10, 1973|
|Place Of Birth||St. Louis, Missouri, United States|
|Spouse||Juliette Lewis (m. 1999–2003)|
|Movies||Mind Field, The Good Life, Skate More, Luster, Anywhere but Here, 411VM Skateboarding: Issue 50, 411VM Skateboarding: Issue 48, 411VM Skateboarding: Best of 7|
|TV Shows||413 Hope St.|
|1||Resides, skates, and acts in Los Angeles, CA, and is sponsored by Alien Workshop, Orion Trucks, DVS Shoes, and Hurley Clothing. |
|2||Ex-son-in-law of Geoffrey Lewis.|
|3||Started skateboarding at age 13. Got his pro start skating for Blockhead Skateboards.|
|Luster||2002||Skaterboy (as Steve Berra)|
|7-Teen Sips||2000||Eric Shane|
|Anywhere But Here||1999||Hal|
|Felicity||1999||TV Series||Todd Mulcahy|
|Nash Bridges||1996-1998||TV Series||J.J. Dominguez / J.J.|
|413 Hope St.||1997-1998||TV Series||Quentin Jefferson|
|The Visitor||1997||TV Series||Danny|
|The Rockford Files: Punishment and Crime||1996||TV Movie||Shakeboader #2|
|The Good Life||2007||as Steve Berra|
|The Good Life||2007||performer: "When Push Comes To Shove" - as Steve Berra / writer: "When Push Comes To Shove" - as Steve Berra|
|The Good Life||2007||written by - as Steve Berra|
|The Motivation||2013||Documentary executive producer|
|Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory||2009||TV Series||Himself|
|The End||2000/I||Short documentary||Himself (as Steve Berra)|
|2007||Grand Jury Prize||Sundance Film Festival||Dramatic||The Good Life (2007)|
|2000||Grand Jury Prize||Slamdance Film Festival||7-Teen Sips (2000)|