The brown eyes TV personality Jake Anderson net worth has been estimated of $1.8 million. Got the fame from Deadliest Catch, he is married & has 1 siblings. Jakob Venn Martin Anderson, abbreviated as Jake Anderson is an American television personality being portrayed as a witty light eyed person with sad unpredictable incidents occurring in his life. His net worth is estimated to be $1.8 million through his earnings via television presence.
|Name||Jakob Jake Anderson|
|Net Worth||$1.8 Million|
|Source of Income||TV Personality|
|Birth Date||September 16, 1980|
Anderson was born in Anacortes in Washington DC, United States on 16 September, 1980 and is currently 36 years of age. He took to the sea very early in life and desired for a career in crabbing and fishing.
Anderson joined as a greenhorn for the vessel Northwestern captained by Sig Hasen in 2007 and rose to prominence through the television show Deadly Catch: New Beginnings telecasted in 2007. His witty moves and energetic approach made him popular amongst the viewers and in 2012 he was promoted as a deck boss in the same vessel. In the same year he received the Captain licence. In April 2012, Anderson came live on Facebook question and answer with the general public.
Apart from being the crew member of the sailing vessel of Deadliest catch members like Edgar Hansen, and Phil Harris, Anderson has immense interest in skateboarding. A signature show line is released as DVS Shoes brand and he is sponsored by the same company for his athletic pursuit.
Anderson married Jenna Anderson in Seattle in 2012 and currently is the father of a baby boy. During the show he met with tragic incidents in his life. First he got the news of his only sister Chelsa Dawn Anderson, being killed during the shooting of a reality show Bitter Tears which was unexpected and sudden. Again he got the news of his father’s truck being overturned during the filming of the show Blown Off Course in early 2012. His skeletal remains were found after several months near the accident site. Both the incidents left him drained out and everything was covered in the reality show, portraying his emotional ups and downs. Anderson reported himself being alcoholic and earlier in his life he was left homeless once for his ordeals for about two years. He wrote his autobiography Relapse in April 2014 which became one of the best sellers of all time.