Chris Jericho Net Worth 2021: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Chris Jericho net worth is
$18 Million

Chris Jericho Wiki Biography

Christopher Keith Irvine was born on 9 November 1970, in Manhasset, New York USA, and is an American citizen although raised in Manitoba, Canada. Jericho is a well-known wrestler, musician, actor, author and television personality based in the USA. Chris Jericho has been competing on and off in his professional wrestling career, but is still recognized primarily for his long-term and successful career in the sport. Recently, Chris has shown more prominence as a musician as he rocks the world as the lead singer of the heavy metal band, Fozzy. Chris has also made his name as a television personality and an actor, with his involvements in Hollywood movies and television programs.

So this person who has found success in all the arenas where he has set foot, how much is Chris Jericho’s net worth? He is one of the richest wrestlers in the world with a fabulous amount of $18 million in 2015. Chris has earned a great deal of his net worth from his wrestling career but we cannot disregard the added piles of money from his other endeavors like acting in Hollywood movies, performing in and hosting television shows, and recently pod-casting.

Chris Jericho Net Worth $18 Million

Recognizing Shawn Michaels, Owen Hart and Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat as his inspirations, Jericho entered Hart Brothers School of Wrestling at the age of 19 to get trained as a wrestler. Starting his professional career after only two months of training, Jericho went on to earn various titles for himself along the way. The first ever Undisputed WWF Champion, Chris has managed to win 30 championships in WWE/WWF, WCW as well as ECW. He has wrestled in the rings of many countries extending to Japan, Canada, USA and many more. Chris remains the nine-time Intercontinental Champion which is still a record.

Other than wrestling, Jericho has really stood out as a musician, and his band, Fozzy, have released six studio albums to today since their debut album release in 2000. Chris has also shown his talents in television as a host for different shows such as “Downfall”, “Redemption Song” and so on. He also participated in the renowned reality TV show, “Dancing with the Stars” and more recently is involved with podcasting. On another recent note, Chris has announced his new contract with WWE and his impending return to the ring has really made his fans excited and happy.

Born to a professional hockey player, Ted, Chris and his family had to move to Manitoba, Canada where he was raised. Chris, contrary to his villainous role inside of the ring, is a very good-hearted person in reality, and is a recognized philanthropist. Married to Jessica in 2000, Jericho fathers a son and two daughters. The family lives in a multi-million dollar house in Florida and the garage in the house has enough room for five of Chris’s luxury cars. Based in Florida is another business venture, the training facility called D1 Sports Training and Therapy, that Chris co-owns with two others.

Chris Jericho, somebody who found the right platforms for his talents at the right time, has been very successful and celebrated. Chris with his immense talents, passion and wisdom has managed to live life as a multi-millionaire celebrity and bags a net worth of $18 million as of 2015.



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Full Name Chris Jericho
Net Worth $18 Million
Date Of Birth November 9, 1970
Place Of Birth Winnipeg, Canada
Height 6 ft (1.83 m)
Weight 225 lbs (102 kg)
Profession Wrestler, Actor, Author, Musician, Media Personality, Businessperson
Education Red River College
Nationality United States of America
Spouse Jessica Lockhart (m. 2000)
Children Ash Edward Irvine, Cheyenne Lee Irvine, Sierra Loretta Irvine
Parents Ted Irvine, Loretta Vivian Irvine
Siblings Vanessa Gerads
Nicknames Christopher Keith Irvine , Moongoose McQueen , Y2J , Corazón de León , Doink the Clown , Lionheart , Lion Do , Last Survivor , Super Liger , The (self–proclaimed) Savior of the WWE
Facebook http://www.facebook.com/ChrisJericho
Twitter http://www.twitter.com/iamjericho
Instagram http://www.instagram.com/chrisjerichofozzy
MySpace http://www.myspace.com/therockofjericho
IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0410171
Music Groups Fozzy
Movies Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!, Albino Farm, Android Apocalypse, Nine Legends, Fozzy: Unleashed, Uncensored, Unknown, WWE: Survivor Series 2009
TV Shows WWE Raw, WWE Superstars, WWE NXT, Dancing with the Stars, WWE Tough Enough, WCW Monday Nitro, Robot Combat League, Downfall, Celebrity Duets, I Love the ’70s: Volume 2, 100 Most Shocking Music Moments, WCW Saturday Night, ECW Hardcore TV, WCW WorldWide, Redemption Song, I Love the New Millennium, Bu…
# Trademark
1 Trademark move: Double Powerbomb
2 Trademark move: Springboard Dropkick to an opponent on the ring apron
3 Trademark move: Double Underhook Backbreaker
4 Trademark move: Single-hand Bulldog
5 Trademark move: Backhand Chop
6 Trademark move: Jericho Spike (Frankensteiner)
7 Trademark move: Lionbomb (Double Underhook Powerbomb)
8 Finishing move: Running Enzuigiri
9 Finishing move: Breakdown (Full Nelson Facebuster)
10 Finishing move: Flashback (Spinning Sleeper Slam)
11 Finishing move: Lionsault (Springboard Moonsault)
12 Finishing move: Liontamer (Elevated Boston Crab with knee to back)
13 Finishing move: The Walls of Jericho (Elevated Boston Crab)
14 Trademark Move: Liontamer
15 Finishing move: The Lionsault
16 Trademark move: Break Down (Front Russian Leg Sweep)
17 Usually shouts at his opponents or at crowd during matches
18 Trademark move: Swinging Choke Drop
Title Salary
WCW Monday Nitro (1995) $165,000
# Quote
1 I’m gonna take you downtown to chinatown!
2 You sanctimonious son of bitch.
3 (When he was Undisputed WWF Champion): “I am a living legend, larger than life, the first ever Undisputed WWF Champion!”
4 (to Test) “How can a man whose name is short for testicles have absolutely none?”
5 (to Lance Storm) “Your name really isn’t Lance Storm is it? It’s really Forest Gump!”
6 (Speaking backstage to Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley in Washington D.C.) “Stephanie, here we are in Washington DC and you, without your cigar.”
7 (to Tazz) “I know that you’ve got a big head because you’re the star of the MTV series Tough Enough. Well, Y2J thinks that you’re better suited to being the star of another MTV series, Jackass!”
8 (Talking to Chris Kanyon) “Who better than Kanyon? The answer to that is easy, every Jerichoholic in this building is better than Kanyon!”
9 (about Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley) “She considers herself to be the Queen of Hardcore, but movies don’t really count.”
10 You are a JACKASS!
11 Junior, I’ll wrestle you anyday, cause baby, I’m Y2J!
12 (To Vince McMahon) “VANCE McMahon, you have built the gigantic and successful federation, the WWF. You are a multi-BILLIONaire. But you did it all to make up for the fact that you have a very…small…penis!”
13 (To Shane McMahon) “Every day you come out here, these people call you that word that rhymes with wussy…(AUDIENCE: PUSSY!)…oh yeah, that’s it!”
14 (To Viscera) “Even though you look like the lovechild of Fat Albert and Mr T, I will fight you tonight. I’d really like to get my hands on Eddie Guerrero and that SHANK Chyna, but instead I will fight you, who is bigger than both Eddie, and Chyna, and their extended families, and their living room furniture COMBINED!”
15 It will never EEEEVER happen again.
16 Welcome to RAW is Jericho!
17 An olympic [hero] with no neck, and a giant with no testicles!” In reference to Test: “The jerkle of the squared circle!” To Chyna in reference to her being Intercontinental Champion: “An idea more ridiculously enhanced than your breasts are!
# Fact
1 He used White Zombie‘s “Soul Crusher” and “Electric Head Pt. 2 (The Ecstasy)” as entrance music in ECW, and their “Thunder Kiss ’65” in Japan. The Thrillseekers used Danger Danger’s “Rock America” in SMW, which Jericho hated.
2 The fictitious backstory for his heavy metal band Fozzy is that they were stuck in Japan for 20 years due to a bogus contract and could only sit back and watch as other bands had success with “their” songs.
3 His favorite movie is This Is Spinal Tap (1984), and when he met director Rob Reiner, seriously annoyed him by asking numerous questions about it. At WCW/NWO Fall Brawl: War Games (1998), he paid homage to the famous “Hello Cleveland!” scene in a parody of Goldberg (Bill Goldberg)’s dramatic guided entrance by getting “lost” on his way to the ring.
4 He is a Christian and even considered calling himself “Christian” Chris Jericho at the start of his career. He would later hold the WWE World Tag Team Titles with the wrestler Christian (Jason Reso), although the wrestler took the name from the actor Christian Slater.
5 Debuted for New Japan Pro Wrestling in January 1997 and was repackaged as “Super Liger,” based off of Jushin Thunder Liger (Jushin Liger). Unfortunately, the mask and costume he was given was poorly designed and, after one match with Koji Kanemoto, the gimmick was scrapped and never used again.
6 Two of his biggest influences are Shawn Michaels and Ricky Steamboat. He has had matches at WrestleMania against both men: Michaels at “WrestleMania XIX (2003)” and Steamboat at “The 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania (2009)”.
7 Has stated in multiple interviews that when he joined the WWE, his biggest goal was to be the Intercontinental Champion, because his idol Ricky Steamboat had been Intercontinental Champion as well (having defeated Randy Savage in a classic match-up from WrestleMania III). Jericho not only accomplished this only months after debuting, but has held the title more times than anyone else.
8 Auditioned for roles in Beerfest (2006) and Knocked Up (2007).
9 Based his on-screen persona from 2008 on the character Anton Chigurh from No Country for Old Men (2007).
10 Credits the match between Shawn Michaels and John Cena on the April 23rd 2007 episode of WWE Raw (1993) for igniting his desire return to professional wrestling after a two year absence.
11 He is a big fan of science fiction.
12 Resides in Tampa, Florida [2008].
13 Chris has dual citizenship in both Canada and the United States.
14 Jericho was inducted into the Canadian Hall of Fame on September 25, 1997.
15 On his birthday he flies to Mexico, then to Japan, then back to Mexico. (This way he has two birthdays in one day, due to the change in time zones!!)
16 Children: Ash Edward Irvine (born September 24, 2003) and twin daughters Cheyenne Lee Irvine and Sierra Loretta Irvine (born July 18, 2006).
17 Currently resides in Tampa, Florida and Los Angeles, California.
18 His favorite channel is VH1 and he frequently appears on programs for the channel.
19 Previous Managers: Theodore Long, Ralphus, Chyna, Mr Curtis Hughes, Stephanie McMahon, Trish Stratus.
20 Jericho was spotted by Mexican promoter Carlos Elizondro while wrestling in the San Francisco area. Jericho became Corazon De Leon south of the border.
21 In April 1993, Jericho joined the EMLL promotion in Mexico, where he worked off and on for three years.
22 Jericho formed a team with Lance Storm in Calgary called “Sudden Impact”. SMW promoter James E. Cornette renamed them the Thrillseekers.
23 Was once managed by Teddy Long.
24 Chris Jericho and his band Fozzy performed their first ever UK Gig on February 10th 2005 at Rock City in Nottingham. In true rock star fashion, Jericho was 40 minutes late for the show.
25 Holds the record for capturing the most WWE Intercontinental Title reigns (eight times).
26 Was the first and only person to capture all 5 of the WWE Championships (WWE World Title, Intercontinental Title, Tag Team Titles, European Title and the Hardcore Title) until John Bradshaw Layfield (John Layfield).
27 During the summer of 1999, a millennium countdown appeared on WWF TV. People noticed it really didn’t countdown to the Millenium, but instead August 9, 1999 at 10: 00 PM. At that hour during a promo by the Rock, Chris Jericho made his debut in WWF, and it has been touted as the best debut in WWE’s history.
28 Says that Shawn Michaels was a huge role model for him early in his career. Jericho actually tried to dress and wrestle like Shawn did when he was one half of the Rockers (with Marty Jannetty). Later, these two faced each other at WrestleMania XIX, in one of the best matches of 2003.
29 Aside from his wrestling career, he appears regularly on VH1 shows like “I love the 90s” and “Best Week Ever.”
30 Won his first WWF European Title at WrestleMania 2000 only to lose it the very next night on RAW to Eddie Guerrero.
31 Before making it big in pro wrestling, Jericho was a bouncer and a model in Canada.
32 Took his stage name “Jericho” from the album “Walls of Jericho” from the German Power Metal band Helloween.
33 He and Lance Storm were two of only four of their original class of 18 to finish training at Stu Hart‘s Dungeon Wrestling School.
34 He is the ninth and last wrestler to have held both the WWE World Heavyweight Title and the WCW World Heavyweight Title, after Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, Ric Flair, Bret Hart, Diesel/Kevin Nash, the Rock (Dwayne Johnson), the Giant/the Big Show (Paul Wight) and Kurt Angle. However, Hogan, Savage, Flair, Hart, Nash and the Big Show all won the WCW World Heavyweight Title when WCW was an active promotion, while Rock, Jericho and Angle all won it in 2001 after WWE had purchased WCW.
35 During the 2002 Rangers Superskate on Jan 19, 2002, Chris Jericho was attacked by his own father at Madison Square Garden because Chris & his father were competing on different teams.
36 Although he wasn’t born there, he was raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and was married there.
37 First started his musical career with fellow wrestler Lenny “Dr. Luther” Olson in a Calgary speed metal band
38 He wears lifts, so he’s actually only about 5′ 10″, which is why he says that he is the shortest WWF champion of all time. Daniel Bryan (Bryan Danielson) is officially the same height, but doesn’t look it because he and Jericho have different body types.
39 Was voted “Manitoba’s Sexiest Man” in a poll in a Canadian newspaper “The Winnipeg Sun”.
40 Son of hockey player Ted Irvine.
41 Won the WWE Heavyweight Title from Triple H on April 17, 2000, but was stripped of the title (and the match was stricken from the record) 15 minutes later.
42 Said two of his favorite people to wrestle are Chris Benoit and Triple H of WWE.
43 Also known as Moongoose McQueen, he is the lead singer for the rock group “Fozzy”.

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