Jessi Combs Net Worth
Jessi Combs is an American TV Host who also appeared on the show, “Xtreme 4 x 4” and co-hosted it for four years. Combs is known as Women’s speed racer who holds several records in her branche. She was born on July 27 of 1983 in Rapid City in South Dakota in USA. Combs grew up with her elder sister with whom she has a very good bonding and is in good terms with her. Combs is very spiritual when it comes to her religion and has a firm faith about which she often speaks. She was raised as a practising Catholic. Comb’s father was a Mechanical Engineer. While she used to sit at home and watch her father work, that’s where she built her passion for cars. Because of her keen interest in cars, she decided to have the same career as her father that involves a lot of vehicles. After finishing her high school, Combs graduated from Wyo Tech that is the new name for Wyoming Technical Institute owned by Zenith Education group.
Name Jessi Combs
Age 33 Years
Birth Name Jessi Combs
Birth Date 1986-02-19
Profession Media Personality
Birth Nation USA
Place of Birth Rapid City, South Dakota
Ethnicity North American
Education Wyo Tech
Marital status Unmarried
Net Worth $ 1 Million
Source of Health TV Host
Sexual Orientation Straight
Place of Birth Alvord Desert, Oregon, United States
Combs was always interested in things like speed, vehicles and also metal fabrication for which she wanted to finish her college that can give her a better knowledge about all these topics of her interest.
Combs completed her graduation at various programmes like – Collision and Refinishing Core, Street Rod Fabrication, Custom Fabrication, High-Performance Powertrain. One good thing about combs is that she was always a topper in her class and one of the rare women at the campus. She was mostly the good received amongst men because she used to show great enthusiasm towards her work.
JESSI COMB’S CAREER
Because of Comb’s great enthusiasm, interest and expertise in the field that involved cars, she was hired by Wyo Tech marketing department to build a vehicle from scratch. She did all of this in six months for their Speciality Equipment Marketing Association(SEMA). Comb managed to complete all this along with her other friend who was also a crazy lover of car like her. What both of them did is, they fabricated and customised a 1964 Mercury Cyclone. They only did all the painting as well. Both of them did it from scratch, and the project became a huge success for them and the school.
Combs hosted the show “Xtreme 4X4” for four years and left the show in 2008. It was a half-an hour-long reality show o Television that aired on Spike TV. She co-hosted the reality show over eighty episodes. Combs also acted in one season of a science Entertainment TV Programme called as “Myth Busters” that was premiered on the Discovery Channel in the year 2003. She also appeared in 12 episodes of the 7th season.
In the year 2011, Combs did something in which she was interested in. She started recording an adventure series based on cars. The series was called, “The List 1001 Car Things to Do Before You Die”. The series won a lot of awards as well. Combs co-hosted it alongside Patrick Mclntyre.
This is not enough of her, but she was also one of the hosts in, “All girls Garage” show on Velocity TV Network. She hosted this show from 2011 to 2014. This show became extremely popular since the show was about women repairing and customising automobiles.
In between this that is in the year 2012, she was invited as a guest star for “Overhaulin’s” with Chris Jacobs on TLC. Combs also starred in the “Speed Air” and “Cherry Nova” episodes as well.
This is not it. Combs was not just hosting shows in her career, but she also worked as a professional race driver in her career. She began the racing in 2011, and she won the 1st place in “Ultra 4 Stampede” in 2014 and, “Ultra National Championship” in the year 2014.
Combs broke 48 years old women’s speed record that was set in 1965, in the year 2013 in the NA Eagle Super Sonic speed challenge race through the Alvord Desert.
Further, she continued to move her boundaries. As in 2016, she broke her records from 2013. Combs published her first book in the year 2015 that was titled, “Joey and the Chopper Boys” and the book tells a story about a girl who is in love with motorcycles. The book has many autobiographical elements as well.
Comb’s Personal life
Jessi Comb’s got married to Lan Johnson who was a co-host of “Xtreme 4×4”. Even though the marriage of the couple didn’t last long, but they stayed friends even afterwards. Combs is also a Brand Ambassador of many known brands such as, “Warn Industries”, “The Real Deal”, “Lincoln Electric” and many more. She also has a lot of endorsement contracts from which she earns a lot of money. Combs refuted all the rumours that she is gay as she hasn’t been ever seen with any boyfriend for years.
The Horrific Motorcycle Accident
Combs was known for high octane hobbies. In the year 2014, she met with a motorcycle accident that injured her legs. On October 6, 2014, she updated her fans via facebook about the deep lacerations on her right ankles and the broken bones as well. The accident occurred when she was about to reach15 mph, and the lady who was driving her car turned left sadly, Jessi Combs is no more alive now. As she tragically lost her life in a horrific accident in the Alvord Desert in Southeast Oregon.
The metal fabricator and the amazingly talented TV host lived a super stylish life when it was about her personal life. Her marriage could last long with Lan because of her bisexuality is what the famous reporters say. However, Lan and Jessi never revealed a word about their separation and alleged married life. She raised a lot of excitement among her fan’s life when she posted a Valentines Day picture with a man named Luis Robles in the year 2012. However, Luis is married to Rosario Ada and got two daughters as well. So Luis and Jessi were probably not in a Romantic Relationship. She flung around with a lot of people. But in the end. It was finally revealed that Jessi was dating and in a relationship with her team member Terry Madden.