Shaun White’s Net Worth, Height, Age, & Personal Info Wiki

Shaun White’s Net Worth, Height, Age, & Personal Info Wiki

With his numerous victories, including halfpipe Olympic gold medals in Torino 2006, Vancouver 2010 and PyeongChang 2018, Shaun White has become the most well-known snowboarder in the world.

On February 20, 2022, White waved goodbye to his illustrious Olympic career, demonstrating that he is still one of the best snowboarders in the world.

Shaun White’s Appearance (Height, Hair, Eyes & More)

Height 5 ft 8 in
1.73 m
Weight 154 pounds
70 kg
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Hazel
Body Type Fit
Sexual Orientation Straight

Facts About Shaun White

Nationality American
Estimate Net Worth $65 million
Religion Christianity
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Birthplace San Diego, California, USA
Birthday September 3, 1986

Shaun White’s Net Worth

American snowboarder, musician, and skateboarder Shaun White has a \$65 million fortune. White, referred to as “The Flying Tomato” because of his unusual red hair, is one of history’s most prosperous and well-paid Olympians. White is endorsing the Masters’ fitness app, Krave beef jerky, and Celsius energy drinks.

Even without considering his gold medals, he earns the most money overall among snowboarders. Sponsorships and endorsements bring around \$10 million a year for Shaun White.

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Shaun White’s Early Life

On September 3, 1986, Shaun Roger White was born in San Diego, California. (1) He was raised by his parents, Roger and Cathy, as well as his older brother Jesse and sister Kari. Shaun underwent two open heart surgeries as a toddler due to Tetralogy of Fallot, a congenital cardiac condition. 

Early on, he learned to snowboard to be like his brother and the White family frequently visited the ski areas on Bear Mountain and Okemo Mountain. At the age of 7, Shaun was winning snowboarding competitions. He was also a pro at skateboarding; Tony Hawk, a well-known skateboarder, became his coach when the two met at a skatepark in San Diego.

Shaun White’s Education

Shaun White skipped college because he was too preoccupied with his career as a professional snowboarder. Although he has spent most of his life competing in snowboarding, no one knows how he attended and graduated from Carlsbad High School in California.

Shaun White’s Personal Life

Shaun started seeing actress Nina Dobrev in early 2020 after dating Phantogram vocalist/keyboardist Sarah Barthel from 2013 to 2019. After meeting during a 2019 gathering in Florida, the two started dating in April 2020. In May 2020, Shaun and Nina’s romance on Instagram were declared official, and they haven’t been apart since.

Shaun White’s Career

Tony Hawk, a great skateboarder, first saw Shaun’s skill when he was young. At 9, Shaun began working with Tony, and when he was 16, he became a professional skateboarder. It’s interesting to note that at age 6, he switched from skiing to skateboarding. (2)

White has won every medal at the X Games since 2000, which is notable given that he first began participating there. At the Winter Olympics in 2006, he competed for the first time and won the gold medal in the halfpipe.

White’s video game, “Shaun White Snowboarding,” released in 2008, peaked at number 20 among games sold in the USA that year. At the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, White made his second Olympic participation and once more won the gold medal.

In the men’s Snowboard SuperPipe competition at the Winter X Games in 2012, he made history by becoming the first snowboarder ever to receive a perfect 100. He came in fourth place at the 2014 Winter Olympics, just missing the podium by the narrowest of margins.

He once more restored his championship by winning the gold medal at the 2016 Winter Olympics. Amazingly, he had suffered a severe injury that required 62 stitches in his face, although he was still superior to everyone. His gold medal represented Team USA’s 100th victory in the Winter Olympics.

With roles in the movies “Friends with Benefits” (2011), “Stretch” (2014), and the Disney Channel feature “Cloud 9,” White also has an entertainment career (2014). In addition, he provided the voiceover for an episode of Fox’s “American Dad!” (2013) and the 2013 film “The Smurfs 2,” as well as for music videos by The Black Keys and Thirty Seconds to Mars.

Along with Davis LeDuke, Jared Palomar, Anthony Sanudo, and Lena Zawaideh, Shaun founded the band Bad Things in 2012. Warner Bros. and the band entered a record deal and released their self-titled debut album in 2014.

Shaun White’s Controversies

Lena Zawaideh, the former drummer of Mr. White’s rock band Bad Things, sued him in 2016 because he had harassed her sexually and had tried for years to “impose a harsh regime” over her, including urging her to cut her hair short and wear skimpy clothing and underwear. (3)

The lawsuit claims that Mr. White harassed her sexually, gave her graphic pictures of “engorged and erect penises,” and made her view unsettling movies. The case also claimed that Mr. White had been wrongfully fired from the band and was the “face of modern extreme sports.”

In May 2017, the lawsuit was resolved for an unknown sum. A close friend of Mr. White claimed that Mr. White thought the texts he was exchanging with Ms. Zawaideh at the time were mutual and that she reciprocated.

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Shaun White’s Humanitarian Works and Activism

White supports numerous organizations, including the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the Tony Hawk Foundation, and St. Jude Children’s Research Center, where he serves as an ambassador. White was born with a congenital heart problem and underwent two heart surgeries as a baby.

Celebrities frequently appear at fundraising-related events. The cash raised subsequently contributed to the cause. Shaun White and his girlfriend, Nina Dobrev, attended one of these fundraisers.

During the 75th Cannes Film Festival, Shaun and Nina went to the Love For Peace gala. Hollywood Domino organized the charity event with PCI Media and USA for UNHCR. The people impacted by the Russian-Ukrainian conflict were its intended beneficiaries.

The Challenged Athletes Foundation and Olympic snowboarding legend Shaun White collaborated on a spectacular surprise in Park City.

Zach Sherman, a snowboarder from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, who has three amputees, was surprised by White at Woodward Park City with a snowboarding lesson before giving Sherman a grant to assist with coaching, travel, and training costs so he can pursue his dream of competing in adaptive snowboard competitions.

Shaun White’s Real Estate and Other Properties

Shaun has several opulent mansions worldwide and is an underground real estate tycoon. He purchased a Malibu ranch home with three bedrooms for \$8.94 million in 2014, then in 2020, he sold it for \$11.8 million. White listed his other Malibu residence with a $12.75 million asking price. Shaun offered his New York City penthouse for \$2.79 million in 2017 and sold it for \$6.7 million. He then relisted the penthouse for $2.95 million in 2019. (4)


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