Jethro Bovingdon (Top Gear America) Bio, Age, Height, Net Worth
Jethro Bovingdon Biography
Jethro is a popular English racer, journalist, and co-host on Top Gear America. He works on the show with two talented and famous people Co-star Rob Corddry who was born on February 4, 1971, and Dax Sheppard was born on January 2, 1975.
Jethro Bovingdon Age
Jethro Bovingdon was born in Northampton, England, in December 1977. He is 44 years old.
Jethro Bovingdon Height
Jethro stands at an average height of 5’10”/1.8m tall.
Jethro Bovingdon Education
Jethro hasnt mentioned details on his educational background, however, research on this is going on, and will soon update this.
Jethro Bovingdon Family
Despite being a public figure, Jethro has managed to hide details about his parents and siblings from the public, however, a review on this section is going on and will soon be updated.
Jethro Bovingdon Wife
The reality star enjoys keeping his personal life private and due to this he hasnt mentioned details of his lovelife, it isnt known on whether he is in a relationship or not, soon as we have information on these will fill out this section.
Jethro Bovingdon Kids
Little is known about the personal life of Jethro, due to this, it isnt known whether he has any kids or not soon as we have clear facts will update this section.
Jethro Bovingdon Net Worth
Jethro has an estimated net worth that ranges between $100k-$1 million.
Jethro Bovingdon Top Gear America
Bovingdon is a well-known motoring journalist and also he works for the Top Gear America television show as a host. He’s worked for MotorTrend, DriveTribe, and Evo, which, along with the BBC, owns the US rights to Top Gear. He will host this program together with actors Dax Sheppard and Rob Corddry.
Additionally, he used to work for the Drivers Republic (DR) as an Editorial Director. DR is a web-based multimedia network that included a video channel, an online newsletter, and a driver-specific social community. Due to disagreements between its owners and the creative team responsible for its magazine and video material, it ceased publication in August 2009. After the original website was shut down, the Drivers Republic domain reappeared in a new site named SkiddMark.