Jessie Graff
Jessie Graff
Celebrated Name: Jessie Graff
Real Name/Full Name: Jessica Lauren “Jessie” Graff
Gender: Female
Age: 35 years old
Birth Date: January 12, 1984
Birth Place: New York City, New York
Nationality: American
Height: 1.725 m
Weight: 56.7 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Single
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Children: No
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Profession: Professional stunt woman
Net Worth in 2019: $3.5 million
Last Updated: November 2019

In this era, women are no less than men. Talk about any field; women never fail to outshine men. One such inspiring role model is a professional stunt-woman, Jessie Graff. Apart from being an adept stunt professional, she is a well-known athlete as well. We have seen her play the role of a great fitness role model in many television shows. So, we’re sure that you have come across her name before.

Maybe you know about Jessie Graff very well But do you know how old and tall is she and what is her net worth in 2019? If you do not know, We have prepared this article about details of Jessie Graff’s short biography-wiki, career, professional life, personal life, today’s net worth, age, height, weight, and more facts. Well, if you’re ready, let’s start.

Early Life

Nicknamed ‘Tumbleweed’ by people, Jessie Graff was born on 12th January in 1984. This American personality won the hearts of people by appearing as an athletic personality in a famous show known as ‘American Ninja Warrior.’ When Jessie was as little as just six years old, she was made to join circus classes. After that, at the age of 9 years, she began to prepare for competitive gymnastics.

Being a skilled artist from her early ages, Jessie was only of 12 when she was an expert at catching her fellow mates off the trapeze. Considering this, it was reasonable to expect that this little girl would be one hell of an athlete in the time to come.

Always being a master at what she does, Jessie Graff is a black belt in Kung Fu as well as taekwondo. She graduated from Urbana High School in 2002, after which she applied at Georgia Tech to pursue aerospace engineering.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on January 12, 1984, Jessie Graff is 35 years old as of today’s date 16th November 2019. Her height is 1.725 m tall, and her weight is 56.7 kg.

Career

Having a perfect built which her profession demands, Jessie Graff is 1.73 meters tall. As far as her collegiate sports career is concerned, her personal best is set at 15.56.30 in a 500m run. When she attended Urbana High School and University of Nebraska for aerospace engineering, Jessie was a pole vaulter.

In 2007, she got ahead with her stunt work. Once it commenced, we got to see her in a number of movies and television series, like ‘Knight and Day,’ ‘John Carter’, ‘Sons of Anarchy’ and many more. Her appearance in some distinguished movies made her famous soon enough. Apart from TV shows, Jessie took part in many championships, like NCAA and Big 12. Never failing to be oriented towards her work, Jessie Graff took part in the 8th season of ‘Mt. Midoriyama’ and became the first women ever to complete the 1st stage. Her performances and achievements would surely form quite a long list.

Playing the character of an inspiring personality, Jessie Graff has a motion LEGO video, which was incentivized after she won the 1st stage of ”Warped Wall’. Her career was never always unhampered, but the hurdles were nothing as compared to her dedication and competence.

Awards and achievements

Black belt in Kung Fu and Taekwondo.

Completed the 1st stage of the famous Las Vegas finals, becoming the first women ever to do so.

Net Worth & Salary of Jessie Graff in 2019

Jessie Graff Net Worth 2019As of November 2019, Jessie Graff has a net worth of about $3.5 million. Having triumphed in almost everything she took part in, Jessie managed to walk unimpeded past all the obstacles.

When you list the women heroes of this age, Jessie Graff will definitely be amongst the ones at the top. She has managed to scrape by all the hurdles life put in her way, creating a shining example for women all over the world. With luck on her side, her efforts were successful in idolizing her in the Spring 2004 Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Taking note of her achievements, it won’t be wrong to say that an epitome of talent like her can never fade.

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