Jeremy Wade Biography|Wikipedia
Jeremy Wade (Jeremy John Wade) is a popular British television presenter, a freshwater detective, an author of books on angling, and a biologist. Additionally, he is known for his television series Mighty Rivers, River Monsters, and Dark Waters. Besides, he is regarded as one of the most accomplished fishermen of all time, having traveled the world and as well caught a multitude of different species of fresh and saltwater fish.
Jeremy Wade Age|Birthday
Wade is 67 years old as of 2023. Moreover, he was born on 23 March 1956, in Ipswich, United Kingdom. Therefore, he celebrates his birthday on 23 March every year.
Jeremy Wade Height |weight
Wade has an average body height of around 1.83 meters (6 feet) tall. Furthermore, he has an approximated weight of 74 kilograms.
Jeremy Wade Family | Parents | Siblings
Wade was born in Ipswich and raised in Nayland where his father was a vicar. However, he has not identified the name of his father and mother in the public. Besides, he grew up along with his brother Martin Wade.
Nationality | Ethnicity
He holds United Kingdom nationality. However, his ethnicity is unclear.
Jeremy Wade Wife|Is jeremy wade married
Wade likes keeping his personal life private, however he has not revealed whether he has a wife and children in the public.
Jeremy Wade Career
Wade was interested in fishing; he started as a child when he was living in East Anglia, on the banks of Suffolk’s River Stour. (The village where he was raised had a river flowing through it. So it became inevitable, he think, that he should be drawn to it in the same way that people born in sight of Alpine peaks. His first attempts to catch fish, age 7 or 8 years, were unsuccessful. However, he had some guidance from a school friend and after his first catch he never looked back. His parents were happy for him to stay out all day and a big part of his fishing was wanting to find new places, a process that has continued to this day).
Later in 1982, Wade made his first overseas trip, to India’s mountain rivers. In addition to recalling this journey, he stated that trip became very hard going. Upon his return to England, he wrote a couple of articles about his experiences in India for a fishing magazine. “In spite of the discomfort of travelling at such a basic level, there was a real feeling of achievement and he immediately began saving money to go somewhere else. Furthermore, he was not sure where at that point but he knew there must be other exotic fish out there. Although probably not as well documented as Mahseer, but possibly even more spectacular.”
Moreover in 2016, while filming on a remote island near Australia. Wade and his crew stumbled upon a man who was stranded on the island after losing his boat while digging for oysters. Furthermore, the man, identified as Tremaine, had been stranded on the island for two days prior to Wade and his crew found him. Additionally, in 2018, Wade became recruited to host the Animal Planet documentary series Mighty Rivers. Which he investigates the disappearance of freshwater giants from the world’s most iconic rivers.
Wade would move on to the Animal Planet documentary series Dark Waters, which explored unexplained sightings of mythical beasts across the world in 2019. Additionally in 2020, he started a new TV series, Mysteries of the Deep, where he explores underwater mysteries, ranging from the Loch Ness Monster to the Bermuda Triangle.
Jeremy Wade Education| plane crash
Wade went to Dean Close School and got a degree in zoology from Bristol University. And a postgraduate teaching certificate in biological sciences from the University of Kent. Furthermore, he has served as a secondary school biology teacher in Kent. At many times during his journeys abroad, he was diagonised with malaria, been threatened at gunpoint, and as well survived a plane crash. Likewise, he is fluent in Portuguese, which he studied during the various years he spent fishing in Brazil. Besides he speaks French and Spanish.
Jeremy Wade Net worth| Salary
Wade has an estimated net worth of $2 million. Additionally, he has received his net worth as an author and for his appearance on the television series River Monsters produced by Icon films. However, his total salary is under review.
- 2007 Jungle Hooks
- 2009–2017 River Monsters
- 2011 River Monsters: The Lost Reels
- 2014 Blood Lake: Attack of the Killer Lampreys Lamprey Expert
- 2018 Celebrating World Fish Migration Day 2018 Short film, host
- 2018 Mighty Rivers
- 2019 Dark Waters
- 2020 Expedition Unknown Season 8 Episode 116
- 2020 Mysteries of the Deep
- 2021– Unknown Waters with