Johnny Knoxville Net Worth 2020, Biography, Education, and Career.
Johnny Knoxville Net Worth 2020 – Johnny Knoxville is an American actor, comedian, film producer, screenwriter, and stunt performer. People mostly know him as a co-creator and star of the MTV reality stunt show ‘Jackass’. Additionally, he has appeared in several other movies like ‘Men in Black II’, ‘The Ringer’, and ‘The Dukes of Hazzard’ among others.
Johnny Knoxville was born as Philip John Clapp in Knoxville, Tennessee on March 11, 1971. He was born to parents Philip and Lemoyne Clapp. His mother was a tire/car salesman and his father taught Sunday school.
He developed a keen interest in acting since his childhood years. He is of American nationality. Furthermore, he belongs to a mixed ethnic background of English, German, Scots-Irish/Northern Irish, Irish, French, and Dutch.
In 1995, he married Melanie Lynn Cates in Las Vegas. The couple had one daughter together, Madison. Knoxville says becoming a father inspired him to pursue his career seriously.
Knoxville filed for divorce from wife Melanie in 2007, after 12 years of marriage. In 2010, he married Naomi Nelson. The two have a son (Rocko) and daughter (Arlo) together.
Knoxville attended South Young High School and graduated in 1989.
Knoxville moved to California to become an actor after his graduation. Initially, he appeared in several commercials. In 1992, he appeared as Cure Fan in the TV series ‘The Ben Stiller Show’.
Additionally, he also had roles in ‘Desert Blues’ and ‘Coyote Ugly’. In 2001, he played the role of Wannabee Andy Dick in the TV series ‘The Andy Dick Show’.
In 2002, Knoxville appeared in ‘Big Trouble’, ‘Deuces Wild’, and ‘Men in Black II’. Since then, he has appeared in numerous other movies and television series. Furthermore, he has also produced several movies and television series. All in all, he has over 40 credits as an actor.
Some other movies and television series that Knoxville has appeared in are ‘Animals.’, ‘Rosy’, ‘Drunk History’, ‘Action Point’, ‘Half Magic’, ‘Weightless’, ‘Skiptrace’, ‘Elvis & Nixon’, ‘Funny or Die Presents…’, ‘Maron’, ‘Bad Grandpa’, ‘The Last Stand’, ‘Nature Calls’, ‘Small Apartments’, ‘Dudesons in America’, ‘Father of Invention’, ‘The Goode Family’, ‘King of the Hill’, ‘Unhitched’, ‘The Preston Lacy Show’, and ‘Daltry Calhoun’ among others.
Additionally, Knoxville also has more than 10 credits as a writer and over 20 credits as a producer.
Knoxville garnered the American Comedy Award in 2014. In addition, he also has three MTV Movie Award nominations. Furthermore, he has also received four Teen Choice Award nominations.
Knoxville has an estimated net worth of around $ 75 million at present.