The 42-year-old Matt Evers is an American pair skater and model. He is the champion of the dancing series "Dancing on Ice" in 2008 with partner Suzanne Shaw.
The figure skater is also a television personality. According to NETWORTHPOST, his present estimated net worth is $2 million, his primary source of income is his performance in television shows, mostly from the popular British show, Dancing on Ice.
Matt Evers whose fans were looking for his girlfriend and affairs got surprised as he announced that he is a gay while he was talking about sexual orientation for the first time in an interview with Attitude magazine earlier this year. He said, "I live my life by example, and I want to show young people that what you feel or how you were born isn't something bad."
— Attitude (@AttitudeMag) January 6, 2018
Continue reading to find out more facts about Matt Evers's net worth, achievements, and his personal life.
Matt Evers's Net Worth and Income
The information regarding Matt's net worth mostly revolves around the skater's salary and the properties owned under his name. Well as mentioned before, Matt is a millionaire so we can confidently assume that he must have properties worth thousands of dollars.
As per the report provided by late Gawker in 2010, all the finalists for the Dancing on Ice receive $50,000 and other participants get $125,000. In other words, whether the contestants win the show or not each one walks out with $175,000. This means that Matt is earning money, which is enough to live a fulfilling life.
Like Matt, his celebrity skating partner Suzanne Shaw is also a millionaire. She has an estimated net worth of around $3 million. The Dancing on Ice series of 2018, started in January and Matt was yet again partnered with another millionaire Candice Brown, who is the fiance of Liam Macaulay.
Matt Evers and Candice Brown on Dancing on Ice
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Early life and Career of Matt Evers
The talented figure skater was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States. At the age of 22, Matt had won the Junior pairs title at 1998 United States Figure Skating Championships with partner Heather Allebach.
The pair had also competed at 1998 Skate Canada International and won the 7th place, 1998 Cup of Russia became 8th and 1998 Nebelhorn Trophy and were 5th in the competition.
After several years of hardship, Matt joined Dancing on Ice in 2006 and has participated in its all series till now. In his first season, Matt partnered with Bonnie Langford and became third. Matt got his first win in the show with Suzanne Shaw in 2008. They scored perfect 30 out of 30 for their performance that day.