Terry Kennedy is a well-known American actor and professional skateboarder. In addition, he is a co-founder of the apparel and music company known as “Fly Society.”
American citizen Terry Kennedy was born in Long Beach, California, on May 27, 1985.
Terry Kennedy Wiki
|Known For||American skateboarder|
|Full Name||Terry Kennedy|
|Birthplace||Long Beach, California, United States|
|Age||37 years old (in 2022)|
|Date of Birth||May 27, 1985|
Terry Kennedy Net Worth
He now has a net worth of about $4 million as of 2022, however, this number is anticipated to rise over time. His professional career is his primary source of income.
Kennedy has also been in the reality television programs Viva La Bam, Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory, and Bam’s Unholy Union. Additionally, he has made appearances in the movies Street Dreams and Minghags as well as the music videos for Snoop Dogg and Mistah Fab.
In addition, it has received sponsorship from a number of businesses, including Baker Skateboards, Venture, Gold Wheels, Active Ride Shop, Shake Junt, and FootPrint Insoles.
His net worth will increase by twofold in the upcoming years because he is still employed as a coach.
Family & Relatives
In 1978, he wed Sarah Kennedy. They welcomed a kid. With their kids, they are having a great life.
A significant sense of déjà vu is caused by the rumor that he left Camp Baker after publicly criticizing Andrew Reynolds. Despite still being mentioned on his team website, it appears that he has broken off his relationship with his longtime sponsor. There are no current rumors regarding his personal or professional life.
Marital Status: Married
Spouse: Sarah Kennedy
Terry Kennedy Movies
Terry appeared in the music videos for the hit songs “Ghost Ride It” by Mistah Fab and “Put It Down Like It’s Hot” by Snoop Dog.
Additionally, he made an appearance on the non-ABC Family program “Commuter!” and in the skateboarding computer game “Skate” and its follow-ups “Skate 2,” “Skate 3,” and “Skate It.” Additionally, he appeared in the documentary Beef IV where he talked about a dispute with Lupe Fiasco.
Additionally, he has appeared in a number of movies, including “Ice Cream Vol. 1,” “Baker 2G,” “Summer Tour 2001,” “Beaker Has a Deathwish,” “Sweet Dreams,” etc.
In June 2005, while he was leaving a party in Long Beach, he regrettably took two shots to the body. He was struck once in the jaw and once in the forearm.
At Cheery Park in the heart of Long Beach, Terry learned to skateboard. He has appeared on the MTV TV programs “Viva La Bam, Bam’s Unholy Union” and “Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory” hosted by Bam Margera.
What happened to Terry Kennedy skateboarder?
Kennedy is facing a first-degree murder charge. The 23-year-old Josiah Kassahun was allegedly punched in the head on July 27, 2021, in the parking lot of a motel in Oakbrook Terrace by a man from Long Beach, California. Additionally, he faces two counts of aggravated battery.