Hairy Bikers came into existence when David Myers and Simon King met each other for the first time in 1995 on the TV drama, The Gambling Man. Both men were from a film production background and wanted to create something fresh for the audience.
Hence, they decided to make cookery television shows with never-before-seen unique contents. Read this to know Hairy Bikers’ net worth.
Their television debut as Hairy Bikers was in 2004. They aired their show The Hairy Bikers’ Cookbook on BBC channel that lasted for four series.
With their former show’s grand success, David and Si set out to present other series of shows such as The Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour of Britain, The Hairy Bikers’ Mums Know Best, The Hairy Bikers’ Northern Exposure, etc.
Their shows were unique in their way as they toured the world with their motorbikes and reviewed different foods from streets to mega restaurants. Lastly, they would experiment with the food themselves while discussing the culture and history of the area.
Before forming a team with each other, both the individuals were walking on their own path in their life. David was a professional make-up artist, whereas Simon King was location manager for various movie productions such as Harry Potter and Byker Grove.
Hairy Bikers Published books.
The two pals started publishing cookbooks in early 2006. Their first book was The Hairy Bikers’ Cookbook.
They have published numerous cookery books throughout the years and still continue to do so from their website. One of their books, The Hairy Dieters, won the Food & Drink Book of the Year in 2012.
What is the net worth of Hairy Bikers?
One-half of Hairy Bikers, David Myers, has a total net worth of $4 million. He gathered this much money from his earlier profession as a television producer and appearances on multiple dancing shows.
Meanwhile, the other half of Hairy Bikers, Simon James King, has a staggering net worth of $400 million. It seems that Si amassed this much money not only from his profession as television presenter and producer but from his father as well, who was a former Royal Navy during World War II.
Besides individual income sources, the duo has also mustered a considerable amount of wealth by forming a Hairy Bikers team. The pair has undoubtedly whopped in millions of dollars by doing plenty of food cooking series on various platforms and publishing several cookbooks.
Moreover, the duo also has its own YouTube channel by the name of Hairy Bikers, which currently has 2.75K subscribers. But the channel is no longer active as they have stopped making YouTube videos 5 years ago.