Bruce Jenner net worth: Bruce Jenner, father of Brody Jenner, is the gold medal winner of the Montreal Summer Olympic games of 1976 with a net worth of $100 million. In addition to being a gold medal track and field athlete he is also a motivational speaker and television personality.
Jenner was born October 28 1949 in Mount Kisco, New York. He was originally a football player and was even able to land himself a college scholarship to Graceland College. But life took an unexpected turn for the better when because of a knee injury Bruce was forced to stop playing football. Luckily, track and field coach LD Weldon saw Jenner's potential and a decathlon runner and from there his life began.
At the 1972, Olympic trials Jenner placed 3rd and placed 10th place at the 1972 Olympic games. This success prompted him to go even farther with the training. He would train eight hours a day at the San Jose City College track. The hard work and dedication paid off because in 1974 and 1976 he was the American champion in his event. When he won the gold medal at the 1976 games he also set a new world record.
All of this success led to him being one of seven spokesmen for Wheaties cereal. Along with being on a cereal box he also was a semi-regular on the TV show Chips and was either the star or co-star in various made for TV movies. He can now be seen with his family on the hit E! reality TV show Keeping up with the Kardashians with his wife Kris and step daughters Khloe, Kim and Kourtney.