Legendary bodybuilder Lee Priest has a total net worth of $1.5 million whereas his current annual salary is about $1.5 million. Find his wiki, wife, height, age in 2016. One of the youngest winners of the IFBB pro. This talented and entertaining bodybuilder with a wonderful sense of humor is also one of the most controversial figures with maximum number of IFBB suspensions against his name. With his mother as wrestler and trained from an early age, he started competing at the mere age of 13 and showed his innate winning streak.
|Name||Lee Andrew Priest McCutcheon|
|Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
|Source of Income||Bodybuilding|
|Birth Date||July 6, 1972|
|Height||1.63 m /5.4 feet|
|Ex-Wife||Catherine LeFrancois (2000-2005)|
July 6, 1972 born Australian professional bodybuilders mother was also into bodybuilding competitions. After various wins, he won the IFBB competitions consecutively at the age of 17, 18 and 19. He also participated in the World Championships at the age of 17 and came fourth. His real discovery came at the age of 20 in the Niagara Falls Championships when he became the youngest winner of the IFBB pro. Then his successful stint with IFBB continues for sixteen years. Simultaneously his outspoken nature got him suspension for many a time but won his quite noteworthy die-hard fan following. Another terrific achievement of his was finally winning over his biggest opponent, The Ironman Pro in 2006 after about ten years of battle and ending up second or third against him. In 2010, he decided not to renew his contract with IFBB. Currently, he is with the NABBA as a professional athlete which he joined in 2013 after he decided to end his 7 year abstinence from competitive body building. His return was celebrated with his winning the title of NABBA Mr. Universe.
He is also a passionate car racer whose taste he first enjoyed in 2002. A winner here as well, he won the Rookie of the Year award in 2005 and then several more. Being a celebrity he also did some work in television and movies. He is also consistently writing for a monthly column of the MuscleSport Magazine since 2014 and even graced their 2015 winter issue cover. Today, he resides in his opulent house in Newcastle, Australia with his bodybuilder wife Cathy Priest. They got married in 2000. They not only have four dogs and four cats as pets but also an amazing collection of M & M and Barbie.