How rich is Jesse James Palmer?
Jesse James Palmer Net Worth:
|Birth date:||October 5, 1978|
|Birth place:||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Height:||6' 2" (1.88 m)|
Jesse James Palmer net worth, wiki & biography:
Jesse Palmer is a Canadian sports commentator and a college football analyst. He was chosen as among the team captains in a senior in school and received the Gator’s Fergie Ferguson Award and finished 3755 passing yards in four years of his school career. He was a quarterback for four seasons with NFL. Among the important highlights in Jesse’s life is the fifth season of the reality television show “The Bachelor” in 2004. He was casted as the bachelor in the show. He forgot the name of the girl on the first Rose Ceremony on the show. He finally picked Jessica Bowlin from the 25 contestants on the show. Nevertheless, their relationship lasted only for several months, after the show. Palmer said he did the television reality show as he was actually keen on meeting someone who wasn’t thinking about dating him for being a footballer but for what, he could be as a man. He said the thought of being with girls who failed to understand who he was and what he did when they signed to get on the show, appealed to him to do the show. Jesse has confessed to having lots of girlfriends from all walks of life. He said the qualities that he looks for in a girl are truthfulness, sincerity and genuineness and was quite open minded about the entire experience of the reality show. He’d no camera encounter before the TV show. Post “the bachelor” Palmer’s private life was kept from limelight. He will not talk much about his private life. On discussions of relationships and marriage ,Jesse had suggested that he could be married to his occupation just. All strategies of getting into wedlock are on hold with this fine guy until he divorces this present work wife. He’s done an excellent job at keeping his private life under wraps compared to bunch of star publicized splits and linkups. Palmer’s net worth is estimated at around $4 million. He’s been living in Hoboken, New Jersey since 2005. He’s now co-hosting the show “College Football Life” on ESPN.