Bob Harper Net Worth: Bob Harper is an American personal trainer and author who has a net worth of $4 million dollars. Bob Harper is best known as one of the trainers on the American television series "The Biggest Loser". Harper was born August 18, 1965 in Nashville, Tennessee where he attended Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee. Harper has worked as a personal trainer for celebrity clients, including Jennifer Jason Leigh. In 1999, he was cast as an extra in Melissa Etheridge's hit video for the song "Angels Would Fall" from her album "Breakdown". In addition to being featured as one of the trainers on the United States version of "The Biggest Loser" reality television series since 2004, he's appeared on the first three seasons of the Australian version of the show as well. He has also been in several Biggest Loser DVD workouts. In addition to his appearances, speaking dates, and writing duties, Harper still teaches regular fitness and training classes in Los Angeles and works as a yoga instructor. After reading the book "Skinny Bitch", Harper became a vegetarian. In 2010, he then became a vegan for a year. That same year, PETA voted him sexiest male vegetarian of the year. Harper stopped following a vegan diet in 2011 and now eats animal products again due to wanting "something more". Harper publicly came out as gay in the seventh episode of the fifteenth season of "The Biggest Loser".
Bob Harper Net Worth
Date of Birth
Aug 18, 1965 (50 years old)
Personal trainer, Actor
United States of America
5 ft 11 in (1.82 m)
167 lbs (75.7 kg)
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