Brooks Laich is a 35 years old Candian ice hockey player. Laich is widely known for his tenure as a player in the Los Angeles Kings but is now an unrestricted free agent.
Brooks is responsible for the Canadian's win at 2003 World Junior Championships, where they were able to win a silver medal. The Candian athlete has played with many important clubs, which has helped him amass an impressive net worth. Let's talk in detail about his career, net worth, lifestyle.
Born in the 23rd of January, 1983, 35 years old Brooks Laich has an estimated net worth of $30 million. He has earned all his money form his contracts and time with different ice hockey teams, in numerous professional leagues.
Brooks is married to a professional dancer named Julianne Hough and together the couple owns a house in the premises of Los Angeles, which is worth $2 million.
Brooks Laich is said to have received an annual salary of $4 million. Likewise, he was offered a contract of one year by the Washington Capitals, which was worth $725,000.
Laich, then, signed a six-year deal with Washington Capitals again in 2011 which offered him $27 million. As per the contract, he received $4.5 million every season. Brooks accepted a try-out contract with the Los Angeles Kings in 2017, where he agreed to a one-year campaign receiving $650,000.
Brooks Laich leads a lavish lifestyle and the credit to all these goes to his huge net worth. Likewise, he is also known for being part of many charitable works which includes supporting charities that deal with Athletes Against Autism and multiple sclerosis.
During his youth, he also helped his hometown Wawota to raise money for a Zamboni, for his locality's ice hockey.
Similarly, Laich has also received media recognition when he stopped to help his fellow Washington Capital fans, a woman and her daughter who were left stranded after a tire puncture.
Brooks voluntered to change their tire with a spare and also apologized for the team's loss that night at the 2010 playoffs. Following the incident, the Candian hockey player received Michael Farber's nominee for the Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year in 2010.
Talking about his family, he has not revealed the name of his parents and has two siblings, a much older sister, and a small brother. Brooks Laich is officially married to a beautiful dancer and actress Julianne Hough, an event which took place on the 8th of July in 2017.
The couple is quite happy with each other and Julianne has also referred to him as her fitness partner.
Laich is also into music and loves playing the guitar during his free time and has also been seen as a huge fan of golf.