Elliott Neese is around 36 years old, born in 1982 but his exact date of birth hasn’t been revealed, so his zodiac sign isn’t known either He was born in Alaska, USA which means that his nationality is American. Neese is best known for appearing in the reality TV series “Deadliest Catch”, plus several other series and documentary movies related to it.
Ethnicity and Background
When it comes to Elliott’s ethnicity, he is Caucasian and has dark hair and eyes. Judging from the photos available on the internet, Neese has a fit figure, probably due to the fact that he spends a lot of time on outdoor activities. Elliott hasn’t shared much about his early life and formative years, but it’s known that Elliott has had some drug related problems in the past, and spent time in rehab, but seems to have recovered now.
Being in the entertainment field, Neese is naturally active on social media such as Twitter and Instagram, followed by 50,000 people on former and over 30,000 on the latter. He uses the sites to promote his work as well as to communicate with his fans. Some of his latest tweets include a post in which he wrote “One of my rabbits had babies!! Their SOOOOOOOOO CUTE!!! I’ve never been into havin pets but I’ll tell you what I GENUINELY LOVE MY RABBITS!! I’ll send more better pics later! You guys think I should start the rabbits their own Twitter Page lol ..???!!” and added photos of his pet rabbits.
He has also shared a photo of his friend with the following caption “Took my buddy from South Africa out fishing yesterday evening we ripped him into his first KING SALMON!! Super stoked for him!!”. Besides that, many of his fans often write about him, with one fan went out to tweet about watching “Deadliest Catch” and seeing no Elliott there, adding “Hope all is well with you any chance of you getting back behind of a boat.”
Elliott posts a lot photos from his private life to his Instagram account, which gives his fans a closer look at what his life looks like. Some of his latest posts include a photo of his family from around 12 years ago. “Found this pic last night can’t believe my lil boy is so big now!! He’s gonna be 12 next week!! He’s lucky tho to have the genes he does cuz I will say myself he’s got some Gucci lookin parents!! HAHA !!”. He has also shared photos of his bunnies there too, which his fans seem to have loved.
When it comes to Elliott’s relationship status, he dated Valerie Gunderson, with whom he has two children. However, Valerie stated that he abused her and as the result of that, she had a restraining order put on him. Subsequently, Elliott went on to date Airy Fridenbergs. He is unmarried as of today, but who knows what the future holds for him?
Elliott is best known for starring in the reality TV series “Deadliest Catch”. He joined the cast in 2011, which was his TV debut. He continued working on the mentioned project over the course of the following five years, ultimately appearing in 60 episodes. “Deadliest Catch” follows the story of the events aboard fishing vessels in the Bering Sea throughout the crab fishing season. Working on it, Neese collaborated with people such as Mike Rowe, Sig and Edgar Hansen, Keith Colburn and Jake Anderson.
In 2011, Neese also worked on “After the Catch”, “Deadliest Catch: Behind the Scenes – Season 7” and “Deadliest Catch: Greenhorns”, and in 2013 joined the cast of “Deadliest Catch: The Bait”, appearing in its 12 episodes, and “Deadliest Catch: An Epic Season”. In 2015, Elliott worked on “Deadliest Catch: Season 10 Revealed”, so overall he has had 13 gigs in the mentioned field to date.
So just how rich is Elliott Neese as of late 2018? According to authoritative sources, Elliott has a net worth of over $500,000, accumulated from his career in the previously mentioned field. He hasn’t disclosed any information regarding his assets such as houses and cars, but working at a steady pace has surely allowed him to be able to take care of himself and be financially stable.
In an interview, Elliott spoke about some of the most frightening events in his life, adding “time, we were setting gear at 3 a.m., and we took a 50-foot wave over the starboard side. Our port rail was underwater, and I was holding onto this greenhorn so he wouldn’t be washed overboard. He’d broken his back, his neck, his teeth … and he was screaming.” Speaking about his experience with “Deadliest Catch”, Neese said that the show itself isn’t bad until “you’ve been up for days, and they’re asking you the same questions, and then they film you falling asleep”, but added that it’s all worth it in the end. He also spoke about his role of the “villain”, saying that it’s all just entertainment!