Bruno Massel Net Worth 2020, Early Life, Married Life, Career and Achievement
Bruno Massel Net Worth – Known for his commentary skills, Bruno Massel is an American TV host and drag racer. He is widely known for his work on Truck U.
Massel is known as a commentator for several racing events. In 2016, Bruno joined the cast of reality-tv series Garage Squad.
Bruno Massel Net Worth
Early Life, Family and Education
Massel was born on 23rd May 1974 in Woodridge, Illinois, Chicago. Massel holds an American nationality and is of White ethnicity. Massel was raised in Illinois by his father, Bruno Massel Sr. and mother Roz Massel.
His father was also a drag racing veteran who has also been named in the “50 most innovative individuals in drag racing.”
Bruno enrolled in the University of Iowa from where he earned his bachelor degree in Business Administration. Besides this, information regarding his siblings and early childhood are not revealed yet.
Massel is a happily married man and a father of two. He has been married to the love of his life, Dayna Purgatorio Massel for a long time although the proper detail of their marriage is yet to be revealed.
The couple is blessed with two sons, however, the names have been kept private from the public. They are often spotted spending family time and a beautiful time.
Massel initially started his career as a model after being discovered by a Chicago modeling agent. He was selected for a Ralph Lauren Underwear Campaign right after he met photographer Bruce Webber.
At the same time, he began handling his family business of Drag Racing side by side. Massel participated in the IHRA National tour in his first full season winning the National Championship.
In 2001, Bruno switched his career to the commentator of IHRA racing series on TNN and SPEED. Bruno later became the co-host of SPEED’s half-hour weekly show, Truck U because of his knowledge of the motorsports.
Throughout his career, Bruno has won five West Central Divison Competition Championships 2008 to 2013 consecutively.
Likewise, he also scored NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing series Competition national Championships in 2009 and 2012. In 2009,2010 and 2012, Bruno won JEGS All-Stars.
The 45-year-old TV personality and drag racer has collected a hefty amount of money from his career which helped him increase his fortune. Although he has not disclosed his exact salary, sources estimated his net worth to be in $millions.
Bruno signed a contract as a commentator for TNN, IHRA, and Speed. The average salary of a commentator ranges from $31,500 to $64,906 which reaches up to $138,244 annually.
Likewise, the average salary of a drag racer ranges from $20,000 to $40,000 depending on experience. We can assume that Bruno might get paid above average looking at his experience in the drag racing.