Steve Darnell Biography
Steve Darnel is a reality star known for starring in the music video of Five Finger Death Punch’s House of the Rising Sun (2014). Also, for the music video, he even made cars and props.
Steve gained more limelight when he appeared on reality television shows like Vegas Rat Rods (2014) and The Gavin McInnes Show (2015).
Besides appearing on television, Steve also operates a business called Welder Up, which he has been running for a decade.
Personal Life: Wife And Children
Steve has been married to his now-wife for several years.
Together, the pair is parents to two sons: Kash Darnell and Chase Darnell. Both of his sons have been making and renovating bikes since they were young. Kash and Chase work as fabricators with their father Steve in Welder Up.
Similarly, Kash also runs a YouTube channel, Get Rowdy Films- through which he uploads bike stunts performed by him.
Steve Darnell’s Career Information
Steve began his career as a wrestler for Skyview High School in Billings, Montana. While he was there, the wrestling coach of Skyview High School, Rich Malia, encouraged Steve to be involved in automotive work as he saw some engineering knowledge in Steve.
Also, Rich asked Steve to make a bicycle for his daughter instead of buying it from a shop. So, it was the first job for Steve as a builder.
Similarly, Steve also did a job of building a cage for chimpanzees, along with working on heavy machinery and agricultural equipment.
But, when he reached 30, Steve decided to fabricate. In 2008, he customized an old 93 Dodge Sedan by creating a twin-turbocharged rod. When he took the customized 93 Dodge Sedan for selling, it attracted many people. Even, his work was featured in Hot Rod magazine, in the same year.
After that, Steve shifted his business to Las Vegas, Nevada.
Net Worth Details
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Steve has collected a total net worth of $800K, as of 2020.
Wiki: Family And Education
Steve was born on the 1st of December in Billings, Montana. He has an older sister named Madison King.
He was born to his father, who used to run a steel factory. Steve’s father operated a factory during the 1970s when there was a financial crisis.
Also, Steve had a grandfather, who was a World War II veteran. His grandfather served as a truck driver by working long and stressful hours.
While growing up, Steve attended Skyview High School in Billings, Montana.