Brad Fiorenza Biography
Brad Fiorenza is an American television personality best known for winning the series “Cutthroat” in its 20th season and for being a finalist on “The Duel II”, “The Duel”, and “The Gauntlet III” in addition, he is well known for competing in “The Real World: San Diego” (2004)’s 14th season against Jamie Chung and Cameran Eubanks.
Brad Fiorenza Age
Brad Fiorenza was born on 11 November 1980, in Orland Park, Illinois, United States. He is 43 years old.
Brad Fiorenza Height
Fiorenza stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches/1.78m tall.
Brad Fiorenza Education
Fiorenza’s educational background includes a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Lewis University.
Brad Fiorenza Family
Fiorenza was born in the United States in Orland Park, Illinois. However, information regarding his family was unavailable because it was not publicly available. As a result, the identity of Fiorenza’s parents is unknown. Also unknown is the existence of his siblings.
Brad Fiorenza Wife
Tori Hall, an American beauty queen and reality television celebrity, was Fiorenza’s wonderful wife. The couple married in 2010 and are the parents of two children, Brady and Chase. They eventually divorced in 2016.
Brad Fiorenza Children
Fiorenza is the proud and loving father of two children, Brady and Chase, with his ex-wife.
Brad Fiorenza Net Worth
Fiorenza’s estimated net worth is $5 Million.
Brad Fiorenza The Challenge
Fiorenza is a Real World: San Diego (2004) contestant. The Real World: San Diego was the fourteenth season of MTV’s reality television series The Real World, which focuses on a group of random strangers living together for several months in a different city each season, with cameras following their lives and interpersonal connections.
After The Real World: San Francisco, this is the fourth season of The Real World to be recorded in the Pacific States region of the United States, namely in California
He is an American reality television personality and actor who appeared for eight seasons on MTV’s The Challenge. The Challenge was an MTV reality competition show that spawned from two of the network’s reality shows, Road Rules and The Real World. Casting for The Challenge has gradually expanded to include contestants who began on The Challenge itself, graduates from other MTV franchises such as Are You the One?, Geordie Shore, Ex on the Beach (Brazil, UK, and US), and other non-MTV shows.
To escape elimination, the participants compete in a variety of tough tasks. The competition is won by the winners of the final challenge, who often share a big monetary award. T. J. Lavin is currently hosting the Challenge.