What Is Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner Worth?
Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner's Net Worth is $100 Million
In 1972, he secured third position in the decathlon at the US Olympic trials and finished at the tenth place at the Munich Olympics. Thereafter, he underwent rigorous training at the San Jose City college track.
He won the gold medal in decathlon at the Montreal Olympics in 1976, setting the world record of 8616 points, which was later broken by Daley Thompson in 1980.
After winning in Montreal, he gave up vaulting. He quickly set out to cash in his popularity and bagged several commercials. He was shown as ‘Wheaties champion’ on the front of Wheaties brand breakfast cereal. In 1977, he was selected by Kansas city kings with the 139th pick of the NBA draft
Jenner also starred in two movies after his Olympics success but they did not get success at the box office. It included ‘Can’t stop the music’ (1980), a disco era comedy about the singing group, ‘The Village People’ and ‘Jack and Jill’ (2011) with Al Pacino.
In 1980, he started his television career starring in the TV movies, ‘The Golden Moment: An Olympic Love Story’ (1980), and ‘Grambling white tiger’ (1981). He became a guest-starring police officer in the police series ‘CHiPs’ for six episodes. He also appeared in the two video games ‘Olympic Decathlon’ (1980), and ‘Bruce Jenner’s world class decathlon’ (1996).
In 1986, he registered his first victory as a race driver in 12 hours of Sebring in the IMSA GTO class, driving the 7-Eleven Roush Racing Ford Mustang, with co-driver Scott Pruett, finishing in 4th place in the 12-hour endurance race. 1986 was also his most successful year as he finished to Pruett.
In 1990s he was host of an infomercial for Stair Climber Plus, a stair climbing exercise machine and did many primetime television programs and commentary on NBC, ABC and FOX sports.
In January 2002, he participated in an episode of the American series of ‘The weakest link’, featuring Olympic athletes. In the following year he was seen in the American series, ‘I’m a celebrity…Get me out of here!’ and made a cameo appearance on a third season episode of ‘The Apprentice’. He was partnered with Tai Babylonia for ‘Skating with Celebrities’ that aired in 2006.
He was a guest judge on ‘Pet Star’ on Animal Planet and was a part of NBC’s game show ‘identity’ and ‘Celebrity family feud’. He also appeared in episodes of ‘Murder she wrote’, ‘Family guy’, and few talk shows such as ‘Hannity’ and ‘The Bonnie Hunt Show’
In late 2007, he starred in a reality series, ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians’. Wife Kris Jenner, step-children Kourtney, Kim, Khloe, Rob and daughters Kylie and Kendall also featured in the show. The show was a hit and is among the highest-rated series.
In June 2015, Bruce Jenner came out as transgender and changed his name to Caitlyn Jenner. In an interview to Diane Sawyer, Bruce Jenner told that she now regarded herself as female. Jenner said that – “he’s lived a lie his whole life about who he is” and said that she was embracing femininity after a lifelong struggle with gender identity.
Bruce Jenner’s transformation into a woman happened with a gusto as she posed in her new avatar as ‘Caitlyn’ in a scantily-clad corset for Vanity Fair’s July 2015 cover.
Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner Biography
William Bruce Jenner, now known as Caitlyn Jenner, is a former US track and field athlete, a businessman and a famous television personality.
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