Carey Hart net worth: Carey Hart is an American freestyle motocross racer and off-road racer who has a net worth of $20 million. Born in Seal Beach, California, in 1975, Carey Hart's father gave him a motorcycle when he was four years old and he was competing by the age of six. When Hart was 18, he had turned into a professional racer participating in the AMA supercross circuit, and later became one of the first to participate in freestyle motocross. Hart attracted fame for becoming the first person to ever complete the "superman seat grab" in public at the IFMA events in 1988-1999 and later the "invert superman" at the 1999 Gravity Games. That trick is now named after him and known as the Hart Attack. Hart was featured on the reality show "Inked" after he and his friend opened the Hart & Huntington Tattoo Company in Vegas. They later launched their own clothing line based on the shop. He has appeared in numerous promos for a variety of companies, including Dunkin' Donuts, Ford, Mountain Dew and Fox. He's been in several music videos, including at least five with his wife, P!nk. He and Pink met at the 2001 X Games in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and married in 2006. They announced their separation two years later, but reunited, and revealed the birth of their daughter, Willow, in 2011. He has suffered numerous injuries over the course of his career, including broken ribs, arms, legs, severe blood clotting and a broken tailbone.
Carey Hart Net Worth
Date of Birth
Jul 17, 1975 (41 years old)
United States of America
5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)
Carey Jason-Phillip Hart, ケアリー・ハート, Carey Jason Hart, Carey Jason Phillip Hart, Vegas
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