About Jeremy Jackson
It has been stated that the overall amount of Jeremy Jackson net worth reaches a sum of 200 thousand dollars, as of right now.
Jeremy Jackson has made his name famous because of his career as an actor and a singer. As an actor, Jeremy Jackson mostly became known when he was chosen for the role of Hobie Buchannon in the TV show called “Baywatch”, which became very popular. As the show became a huge success, the overall sum of Jeremy Jackson net worth also increased by a mile.
The actor was born in 1980 in California. In 2006, Jeremy Jackson appeared in Vanity Fair’s Hollywood issue. Jeremy Jackson in the show business industry was also referred to by his nickname Mr. MySpace. He has appeared as a guest on many talk shows, including “The Tyra Banks Show”. Jeremy Jackson before he became such a well known name was appearing as a club performer in London as well as Las Vegas. Jeremy Jackson also has some endorsement deals, such as with Ed Hardy Clothing. He also appears in fashion shows where this fashion house is presented. Thus, this is also an important source of Jeremy Jackson net worth.
Jeremy Jackson has appeared on the TV show called “Confessions of a Teen Idol” on VH1. In one episode of this show, Jeremy Jackson stated that for the role in “Baywatch” he beat such well known actors as Leonardo DiCaprio. In 2015, Jeremy Jackson got one of his most recent appearances, that being in the Channel 5 show called “Celebrity Big Brother”. However, only after four days of appearing there, he was eliminated from the show because of opening his cast mate’s dress against her will. However, overall his career in show business made his name well known and also added up to the overall size of Jeremy Jackson net worth.
Jeremy Jackson has admitted that during the time when he was filming for the TV show “Baywatch”, he was addicted to drugs. Jeremy Jackson has also admitted that one of the reasons why he left the show was because of this problem. However, he underwent a rehab and since 2000 he has been clean. To talk about his addiction to drugs, he was invited to some TV shows, such as “The View” on ABC and “The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch” on CNBC. In the period of 2012-2014, he was married to Loni Willison, his longtime girlfriend.