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    How Much is TV Presenter Jeremy Wade Net worth? Know about his Career and Awards

    Updated On 30 May, 2017 Published On

    Jeremy John Wade is a British television presenter and author of books on angling. He is known for his television series River Monsters and Jungle Hooks.

    British boy Jeremy Wade was born in Ipswich and afterward, he was brought up in Nayland. He is a world traveler, tour leader, teacher, public relations consultant, and a newspaper reporter. He made his acting debut in the 2014 film Blood Lake: Attack of the Killer Lampreys.

    The 61-years-old Wade is multi-talented personality. He has also published books named Somewhere Down the Crazy River and River Monsters: True Stories of the Ones that Didn't Get Away.

    There's no denying the fact that Wade has earned enough from his outstanding professional life. Let's get to know his net worth, career, and awards he has received so far!

    Jeremy Wade's Personal Life

    British television star Jeremy has not much revealed about his personal life. He is always oriented towards his working lives rather than his personal matters.

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    Wade as a child was hugely interested in animals. He graduated from Bristol University in zoology and then worked as a biological teacher in Kent Univesity.

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    He hasn't exposed much about his family life either. We only know his father is a vicar. He is fluent in Portuguese, Spanish and French.

     

    He spent half of his life catching monster fishes traveling around the world to South America, Africa, China, Congo, and India. His passion towards fishing has tended him to become an expert at his work.

    Jeremy Wade's Career

    Jeremy's interest started in fishing at an early age while he was living in East Anglia, on the banks of Suffolk's River Stour.

    Afterward, in 1982, he for the first time went overseas to India's mountain rivers where he caught a massive fish named Himalayan Mahseer which weighed up to 18 pounds.

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    During his journeys, Wade would even write on his traveling diary about his experiences through his fishing.

    While Jeremy was in India in 2005 traveling to the Himalayan foothills, he originated the idea of River Monsters book.

     

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