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Laird Hamilton Net Worth

Laird Hamilton, a professional surfer, is notorious for his complex and precise approach to surfing. For Hamilton, this remarkable discipline is only part of the story. He’s also an entrepreneur, author and a champion of the underdog with a net worth of $60 million. Today, Hamilton’s net worth is as impressive as it was in 1996 when he first hit the market.

Laird Hamilton

At the age of 16, Laird Hamilton left the eleventh grade at Kappa High School to pursue a modeling career and work in construction. At 17, he was discovered at a beach Kaua’ I by a photographer from the Italian Men’s Box Magazine L’Uomo Vogue, which landed him a modeling contract and later a 1983 photoshoot with the actress Brooke Shields. He at the age of 17, he has become an accomplished surfer but could have left modeling to pursue a career in surfing the World Championship Tour. In 1983 he was featured in a windsurfing movie Moving Target.

Best known for being a surfer, Laird Hamilton was born in spring of 1964. His date of birth is March 2, 1964. He was born under Pisces zodiac sign, and belongs to Baby Boomers Generation. According to Chinese calendar, his year of birth, 1964, is the Year of Dragon. He is from San Francisco, California, USA. Laird Hamilton is an American big-wave surfer and action-sports model. At the age of 17, he has become an accomplished surfer but could have left modeling to pursue a career in surfing the World Championship Tour. He gained fame as a surfer like Kelly Slater. (Source: www.networthtotals.com)

Hamilton

left the family before his first birthday. While he was an infant, Laird and his mother, Joann (née Zyirek), moved to Hawaii. In 1967, while still a young boy living on Oahu, Laird met with 1960s surfer William Stuart "Bill" Hamilton, a bachelor at the time, on PÅ«pÅ«kea beach on the North Shore. Bill Hamilton was a surfboard shaper and glasser on Oahu in the 1960s and 1970s and owned a small business handmaking custom, high-performance surfboards for the Oahu North Shore big wave riders of the era. The two became immediate companions. The young Laird invited Bill Hamilton home to meet his mother. Bill Hamilton married Laird's then-single mother, becoming Laird's adoptive father.

An early attempt at media recognition was his quest to be the first surfer to complete a 360 degree loop while strapped to his board. The attempt was chronicled in Greg Stump's 1990 ski film, Groove - Requiem in the key of Ski. In the early 1990s, Hamilton, along with a small group of friends collectively dubbed the "Strapped Crew" because their feet were strapped to their boards, pushed the boundaries of surfing at Jaws surf break off the north central coast of Maui. The Strapped Crew tackled bigger waves featuring stunts. Stunts included: launching 30-foot (9.1 m) jumps on sailboards, then mating the boards to paragliders to experiment with some of the earliest kiteboards. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

 

 

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