Bethany Hamilton Net Worth – Surfer Husband and Biography

Professional surfer Bethany Hamilton net worth is today $1.5 million dollar. She is one hand surfer, married to Adam Dirks and getting handsome salary today. Bethany Meilani Hamilton-Dirks popular with the name Bethany Hamilton is a famous surfer from America. Her birthday is on 8 February, 1990. Bethany is a fighter, who in spite of facing a ghastly accident, kept up the spirit of life. A shark attacked her in the year 2003. During the attack she lost her left arm. Despite that, she came back into her profession of surfing.

Birth DateFebruary 8, 1990

Name Bethany Meilani Hamilton-Dirks
Net Worth $1.5 Million 
Salary $200,000
Source of Income Surfer
Birth Place Lihue, Hawaii, United States
Parents Thomas R. Hamilton and Cherilyn Hamilton
Height 5.11 feet / 1.80 m
Weight 57 kg / 125 lb
Husband Adam Dirks (m. 2013)

Bethany Hamilton

Hamilton’s birth place is Lihue, Hawaii in U.S. she is tall with a height 5 feet 11 inches. Hamilton has three siblings and she is the youngest among them.

After the attack, Hamilton was seen in various television shows as a guest appearance. Her upcoming film “soul surfer” which was produced by Roy “Dutch” Hofstetter also gained a huge publicity from her shark attack. She became a role model for so many. She also appeared in many television shows like, The Oprah Winfrey Show, the biggest loser, good morning America, 20/20, the today show and many more. She was also seen in the magazines like Time, People, American Girl and at the cover of the nine magazine for which she was highly paid.

Bethany is happily married to Adam Dirks. They both ranked 3rd position for “The Amazing Race 25”. This is all about versatile and rich Bethany Hamilton. Her net worth is over 1.5 million dollar.

In the year 2004, Hamilton also wrote a book named “Soul Surfer: A True Story of Faith”, Family and Fighting to get back on the board which was her autobiography. Apart from this, she was also seen in a television episode Extreme Makeover: Home Edition and participated in “Are You Smarter than a Fifth Grader?” where she won twenty-five thousand dollar. This increased her net worth.

Seeing her outstanding performance and talent, she was honoured with the ESPY Award for best comeback athlete and won the NSSA national helping kids champion in 2005 and got 2nd position in ASP world junior championship in 2008.


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