Captain Josh Harris from Deadliest Catch Discover tv show has a net worth of $800 thousand. Find out his wiki including height, age, house, salary, parents, & facts. Josh Harris is an American fisherman Captain and television personality renowned for his television show ‘Deadliest Catch: The Bait’ presented in Discovery Channel. He is the Captain of the vessel, the Cornelia Marie which was claimed by Phil Harris, his deceased father. Josh in advance took a stroke at the fishing vessel Time Bandit a commercial crab FV that featured on Discovery network series ‘Deadliest catch’.
|Full Name||Joshua Grant Harris|
|Birth Date||March 18, 1983|
|Height||6.1 feet / 1.85 m|
|Net Worth||$800 Thousand|
|Source of Income||Fishing|
He unites the Time Bandit group amid its 8th season and became famous for his unabated and spontaneous speaking power about his watercraft. He continued his hard working and attitude around the consequential seasons though, gradually chipped away at the Time Bandit in 2013.
Josh Harris gained an estimated net worth $800 thousand. 6 feet 1 inch Josh Harris, birth name Joshua Grant Harris was born on 18th March 1983 in Ohio, the USA. He completed the schooling at Monroe High School.
In the same year, he arranged to become Captain of the fishing vessel Cornelia Marie. But it was not so easy. The Cornelia Marie faced some unfavorable rough water on the sad demise of Josh’s father Captain Phil Harris in the year 2010. Before obtaining the possession of the vessel Josh had to make a deal with his younger brother Jake after father’s death. Apart from the settlement with brother Josh had to fight for an arrangement of a fund to repair caused to the watercraft. Following three years continuous effort abating things altogether he finally became successful to resolve the problem in 2013 and spent about $1 million for modernization of the vessel to move and run on water. Josh became the owner of the Cornelia Marie and sat on the chair of the Captain.
Josh Harris reached the peak of his fame by his breakthrough performance on ‘Deadliest Catch’ in 2005, ‘Deadliest Catch: Inside the Catch’ in 2012 and ‘Deadliest Catch: The Bait’ in 2013. Apart from crab fishing profession, Josh took help of columnists Steve Springer and Blake Chavez to publish book along with his sibling Jake to tribute their father Phil Harris.