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Adam Curry

Adam Curry has a net worth of $2 million.


Adam Curry

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Adam Curry was born on September 3, 1964, in Arlington, Virginia, USA, he is a podcaster, media personality, and is often referred to as the “Podfather” because of his creation – “PodShow” – now Mevio, through which he has launched several podcast shows, including Daily Source Code, among many others.

Throughout his career, which began in the early 1980s, he has also worked on numerous radio and television stations.

Adam Curry’s Net Worth and Salary

According to reliable sources, Curry’s net worth might be as high as $2 million, which he has amassed through his successful career in the entertainment world.

Adam Curry
Adam Curry posing for a photo. Source: Apzo Media

Adam Curry’s Birth, & Age

Adam Curry was born on September 3, 1964, in Arlington, Virginia, USA. He grew up in his hometown until the age of eight when he relocated to Amstelveen, The Netherlands.

He resided there till the late 1980s and got into radio in the early 1980s.

Facts of Adam Curry

Full Name Adam Curry
Net Worth $2 Million
Date Of Birth September 3, 1964
Place Of Birth Arlington County, Virginia, United States
Height 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
Profession VJ, Entrepreneur, TV Personality, Presenter, Broadcaster
Nationality American
Spouse Micky Hoogendijk (m. 2012), Patricia Paay (m. 1988–2009)
Children Christina Curry
Siblings Tiffany Curry, Willow Curry
Nicknames Adam Clark Curry, Long John Holden, John Holden
Twitter https://twitter.com/adamcurry
IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1078505
TV Shows Headbangers Ball, Countdown

Adam Curry’s Professional Career

He began his career as John Holden on a Dutch pirate radio station and quickly built a reputation for himself on the Dutch weekly pop-music television show “Countdown.”

The show was also available in English, which was carried on the pan-European music channel Music Box. Later, he served as a host for various radio and television programs produced by Veronica, a Dutch broadcast channel.

In 1987, he returned to the United States and gained a position as a VJ on MTV, where he hosted shows such as “Headbangers Ball,” “MTV Top 20 Video Countdown,” and many others.

During his time on “MTV’s Top 20 Video Countdown,” he interviewed a number of musicians, including Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson.

He also worked on radio, hosting the national show HitLine USA, which contributed to his net worth.

Back in 1993, he launched a website with the mtv.com domain name, which was rejected by MTV authorities and Adam’s superiors, prompting MTV to sue for improper use of their domain name.

Adam, on the other hand, did not give up on the goal of putting his voice online and founded OnRamp, a web portal design and hosting company. His company quickly grew in size, and success was unavoidable.

He eventually sold his company to Think New Ideas Inc., which was partly his company and was later merged with Answerthink; at the time of the acquisition, it had over 7400 workers and activities in seven countries.

After completing his business ventures in the United States, Adam returned to The Netherlands, where he easily found new engagements thanks to his previous glory; he was the host of a morning talk/music show on Radio Veronica, and he also made several appearances on screen, including being a part of the reality show “Adam’s Family,” with the rest of the cast being his wife and children.

In 1999, he founded the multimedia company United Resources of Jamby, which, like countless other initiatives, failed.

Nonetheless, in 2004, he parted ways with PodShow, a video-sharing site, which he utilized to establish many podcast shows, including “Daily Source Code,” while also collaborating with other TV and radio stars to offer them an opportunity to exhibit their own programs. Dawn Miceli and Drew Domkus hosted the hugely successful “The Dawn and Drew Show” as a result.

His Sirius Satellite Radio PodShow began in 2005 and continued till 2007. Adam later co-hosted “No Agenda” with John C. Dvorak, and his show has since grown in popularity, significantly increasing his net worth.

Adam Curry’s Relationship Status

In terms of his personal life, Adam has been engaged to Tina Snider since 2015.

He was previously married twice, the first time to Patricia Paay, with whom he had a daughter, from 1989 till 2009.

He then married Dutch model and photographer Micky Hoogendijk in 2012, but the couple separated three years later.

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Quick Facts of Adam Curry

  • Adam Curry concluding his business ventures in the USA, Adam moved back to The Netherlands, where he easily found new engagements thanks to the old glory; he was the host of a morning talk/music show on the Radio Veronica, while he also made several appearances on screen, which included being a part of the reality show “Adam’s Family”, with the rest of the cast being his wife and children.
  • In 1999 he started the multimedia company United Resources of Jamby, however, it was unsuccessful, alongside several other ventures.
  • This resulted in the highly popular “The Dawn and Drew Show”, hosted by Dawn Miceli and Drew Domkus.
  • His PodShow started in 2005, on Sirius Satellite Radio and lasted until 2007.

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