Tony Hawk net worth

As reported, Tony Hawk net worth is estimated to be $140 million. Nicknamed as “The Birdman”, he is an active skateboarder and also the owner of a company, “Birdhouse”. At present, he is considered as one of the most successful personality of modern vertical skateboarding.

Tony was introduced to skateboarding at a young age of eight when his older brother gave him a skateboard. Soon he got engrossed in it and made it a hobby. Once he turned 14, he made it a profession and subsequently for twelve years, he remained the National Skateboard Association world champion.

During his school days, his annual income surpassed that of his school teachers. The money was in the form of royalties from the sponsors.

Skater Tony Hawk worth
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Turned pro1982
Weight171 lb (78 kg)
Height6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
ResidenceLos Angeles, California
Age48 years


Tony Hawk net worth

YearTony Hawk net worth
2017$ 140 million
2016$ 130 million
2015$ 120 million
2014$ 115 million



Born in Carlsbad, California, Tony Hawk grew up in San Diego, California. At first, his parents were worried about him as a kid and often described him as “hyperactive”. It was later discovered that he was a gifted child with an IQ of 144.

Initially, when he decided to learn skateboarding, his parents supported him. Even they wanted an outlet for energy. With time, he improved his skills and eventually became a pro in skateboarding.


Other ventures:

  • Video Games: A game based on his career was released 1999. It was titled ” Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater”. Later with new versions, many other customizable players were added however Tony still remained as a primary player in the game.
  • Boom Boom HuckJam : He started a show tour in 2002, which included skateboarding, freestyle motocross, and BMX. The tour was successful and could soon cover 32 cities in America.
  • Youtube : Hawk started his youtube channel “RIDE Channel” in January 2012. At present the channel has 1,157,184 subscribers.
  • Amusement park : In between 2007 and 2008, Six Flags parks developed their exclusive rides named after him. The rides were known as Tony Hawk’s Big Spin.