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Todd Hoffman Bio, Age, Career, Net Worth, Family, Siblings, Married, Wife Shauna Hoffman, Kids

Todd is an American professional reality television personality born in 1969 in Germany, but he now resides in Oregon. He is 1.78 meters tall, and his birth sign is Aries. He. In addition to his TV career, Todd is also a singer and has a YouTube channel featuring his songs.

Todd Hoffman Family Details

Todd Hoffman has a sister called Tamra Hoffman. His parents are Jack and Georgia Hoffman. He is married to Shauna Hoffman, who had two sons, Hudson Hoffman and Hunter Hoffman. According to IMDb, it has been announced has his sons will be on television really soon. Even though their father is not happy about that has suggested in most interviews that he has admitted to being scared for his children because being on television means that your life is no longer private. Soon enough, you become a public figure with paparazzi looking for you, and everything you do is judged in the public eye. Hoffman’s net worth is not known yet, but he earns close to one hundred thousand dollars per episode, which sums up to almost two million dollars per season.

Todd Hoffman Personal Life

Hoffman started keeping his beard in 2010 and has done a good job in maintaining it ever since. He is very proud of his beard, and he doesn’t hide it. Rumor has it that he is having a difficult time getting along with his colleague Parker. He has confirmed that despite their arguments, they still manage to keep things professional and respect each other for the good of the others.

Todd Hoffman Early Life

When Todd was still in college, he was a remarkable athlete and was still part of the school’s basketball team. His tuition fee was paid by a basketball scholarship he got from high school. Todd also has his own studio in the comfort of his house. Before Todd came to the reality show, he owned an airport in the Yukon Territory in Canada. When he realized that the airport business is getting low and the mining business in the same place gets better and more profitable, he decided to stop the airport business and start gold mining. Lucky for him and his friends who were in the business, there were gold deposits around the Yukon Territory. They took the remaining money and invested in buying mining equipment, which they started with while their company grew.

Todd has mentioned in most of his interviews about the reason behind him choosing to invest in the mining industry as inspiration from his father. His father was also a miner, and the way he told his stories about how he loved and enjoyed mining lit a spark in him. Due to the fall of his previous business, he was ready and curious to give it a shot and see if it will work for him.

Todd Hoffman Career Details

Gold rush is an international reality show on the discovery channel that focuses on Todd and his friends who stopped doing the airport business because of the huge losses they were getting and decided to invest their remaining money in the gold mining industry. They first traveled to Porcupine Creek in Alaska to mine gold. Since none of them had the knowledge or the training, they went for the training to gain knowledge on how its done and hoe to manage it. They were divided into different crews, which mined in different areas each season.

After a few successful mining cites where they made good money, they decided to take all their earnings and put it in a mining operation in Guyana, South America. Unfortunately, the trip was not as successful as they had hoped, and they came back home with just a few ounces of gold in comparison to their other gold harvests in the other sites. After their disastrous season in Guyana, they used their television series earnings and to move to a new mining site. After mining successfully for the next two seasons in Klondike, his mining crew pulled in over three million dollars’ worth of gold. He said that this was a huge win and compensation after the great loss they had encountered in South America.