|Net Worth:||$6 Million|
|Date of Birth:||December 31, 1984 (38 years old)|
|Height:||5 ft 8 in (1.74 m)|
|Profession:||Skateboarder, Entrepreneur, Actor, Rapper, Recording Artist|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
What is Paul Rodriguez Jr’s net worth? How does Paul Rodriguez Jr make his money? Below is the current net worth of Paul Rodriguez Jr and how Paul Rodriguez Jr makes his money.
What Is Paul Rodriguez Jr’s Net Worth?
Paul Rodriguez Jr is an American professional street skateboarder, rapper, recording artist, and actor who has a net worth of $6 million dollars. He is also known as P-Rod and has won eight medals in total at the X Games.
In Tarzana, California, U.S, Paul was born on December 12, 1984, to Paul Rodriguez and Laura Martinez. His father is an actor and comedian. He has an older sister, Nikole, and a younger brother, Lucas. He schooled at Birmingham High School, Van Nuys, CA. Rodriguez Jr was given his first skateboard as a Christmas gift, at the age of twelve. Soon after, he won his first Street Skateboarding League trophy.
Rodriguez Jr’s career commenced when he was just fourteen. He became a member of One Eighteen, with Andy Netkin as manager. It was a local skateboard store team and his first business sponsor was DNA Skateboards, and in 1999, he was featured in the video Microanalysis. When he was sixteen, he rode for City Stars, an establishment co-established by Kareem Campbell, and for his outstanding performance, he got a part in the video Street Cinema.
After appearing in Transworld’s Skateboarding video In Bloom, he then went on to join Girl Skateboards in 2002, courtesy of Eric Koston, whom he described as his all-time favorite skateboarder. That same year, Rodriguez Jr was recognized as a professional skateboarder. Girl sponsored him from seventeen to nineteen and he was featured in the Girl Skateboards film Yeah Right. Later in 2002, he received his first professional signature skateboard with Girl.
After leaving Girl, he became a part of the Plan B skateboard deck brand, owned by Danny Way and Colin McKay. While he was with them, he released a solo video titled Me, Myself, and I. Plan B produced seven signature skateboard deck graphics for Rodriguez, collaborating with Nike SB on one of them.
Although he introduced his sole skateboarding deck firm, Primitive Skateboarding, in 2008, he was still with Plan B until 2013 when he officially announced his departure from the company.
Sponsorships and other Ventures
Some of his sponsorships include Nixon Watches, Nike Skateboarding, Glassy Sunhaters, Primitive Skateboarding, Incase Designs, Andale Bearings, and Primitive Skateshop. His present manager is Circe Wallace.
He was ranked 30th on Transworld Skateboarding’s 30 Most Influential Skaters of All Time. He is also an investor in or owner of the following: Markisa Accessories, Primitive Skateboarding, and Andale Bearings.
Rodriguez also introduced a six-part series titled LIFE, directed by Steve Berra. The series gives an insight into his life and career. It was aired weekly on a Youtube channel while in production.
Paul Rodriguez Jr lives in Northridge, California. He is very proud of his Mexican-American descent. In 2010, he was in a romantic relationship with Rainbow Alexander which lasted for three years and produced a child, his daughter Heaven Love. He was in another relationship with Rachel Metz which lasted till 2020. He has described himself as a workaholic and states that he is more focused on his career and raising his daughter.
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