Dave Myers Net Worth 2024, Career Earning and Bio

dave myers net worth

Dave Myers is an English television presenter best known for his role as one half of the Hairy Bikers, with Si King.Dave Myers Net Worth is $4 Million as per 2024.He is well known for his appearances on Strictly Come Dancing, a BBC celebrity talent show. Myers and King have co-presented several BBC television cookery series. They’ve created their own product, The Hairy Bikers Diet Club.

In May 2022, Myers stated that he had been diagnosed with cancer and was receiving chemotherapy treatment. In January 2023, he appeared on the BBC Breakfast show to announce a new season of The Hairy Bikers TV show and provide an update on his ongoing treatment.

Dave Myers Net Worth

Dave Myers has an estimated Net Worth of $4 Million as per 2024.His successful career as English television presenter help him to achive a great fortune.

NameGina Carano
Net Worth $4 Million
Salary / IncomeWill Update
Income SourceEnglish television presenter
Last Update2024
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Dave Myers Earnings and Assets

Dave Myers earn around $475,000 as a salary per year.He worked in various shows so that he accumulate a good amount of money he can live a good life.

Dave Myers Net Worth Growth

Dave Myers Net Worth in 2024$4 Million 
Dave Myers Net Worth in 2023$3 Million
Dave Myers Net Worth in 2022$2 Million
Dave Myers Net Worth in 2021$1.5 Million
Dave Myers Net Worth in 2020$1 Million
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Dave Myers Career and Chivements

Myers and Si King made their TV debuts on BBC’s The Hairy Bikers’ Cookbook. The show blended travelogue and cookery, similar to chef Keith Floyd’s style, and made frequent references to the cameraman and other crew members.

The two rode motorcycles at most of the shows, including the BMW R1200GS, F650GS, and Triumph Rocket III. The show also contained elements of the Two Fat Ladies approach, such as the two stars’ constant arguing, their hiring of motorcycles, and cooking in strange locations.

They hosted The Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour of Britain, a 30-part daytime series that aired weekdays on BBC Two starting August 24, 2009. In the series, they would travel to a different county every day and prepare what they considered to be the region’s specialty.

In January 2010, BBC Two aired The Hairy Bikers: Mums Know Best, a six-part television series. The Hairy Bikers’ Cook-Off, a new forty-episode television series, premiered on BBC Two on October 25, 2010. The program included a cook-off between two families and celebrity visits.

The Hairy Bikers’ Big Night Out event took place in UK theaters from January to May 2010. Bob Mortimer oversaw the event, which included some music and dance as well as food and chat. It focused on their early years, their love of cuisine, and how they met.

In June 2011, the Bikers made an appearance on the second season of Mum Knows Best. The eight-episode series featured three ‘Star Mums’, whose recipes were tested and made public.

Meals on Wheels, a new BBC Two series, premiered in October 2011. The show led a campaign with BBC Learning to save neighborhood “Meals on Wheels” programs around the United Kingdom.

With the exception of last week, when it broadcast on BBC One, the Bikers starred in a 30-part BBC series titled Hairy Bikers: Best of British, which aired on BBC Two at 3:45 p.m. from November to December 2011.

In February 2014, they launched a new BBC Two series called The Hairy Bikers’ Asian Adventure, in which they traveled around Asia eating local food, talking with locals, and preparing regional delicious foods. The show is set up similarly to the 2012 Bakeation series.

In March 2015, they co-hosted the BBC Two show The Nation’s Favorite Food with Lorraine Pascale. They wanted to help others achieve the same balance of enjoying their favorite foods while also being mindful of their health and weight loss, which they had achieved for themselves.

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