The long-awaited Mythbusters reboot is coming up this month, and the two new hosts are expected to become major stars. One of those is Brian Louden.
So what is Brian Louden net worth in 2018? What are Brian Louden’s salary/earnings? Read on…
Brain Louden is an American TV personality and co-host of Jon Lung in the 2018 reboot of Mythbusters. Due to his naturally inquisitive mind, as a young person he was always interested in various applications of science.
His curiosity and his love of the unknown sparked his interest in S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) which is basically his way of life. He joined various science fairs and contests in his youth, showcasing his natural genius and technical skill.
After school he went on to work as a paramedic which is a natural progression from his science background. However, he wasn’t satisfied and he then went on to earn a degree in biology to further satiate his curious mind. He went on to publish several papers and even co-author a book being used as a lab manual today.
Being an avid fan of the orginal Mythbusters show, he’s been watching since it first aired to its conclusion in 2018. Naturally, he jumped at the chance of being a part of the show by joining the contest and reality TV show, Mythbusters: The Search.
The show was a way for potential candidates to show their technical prowess. He impressed the judges by exhibiting natural talent, an interesting personality, and the ability to think outside of the box. Aside from this, he’s also a highly capable blacksmith and robotics expert which is a huge asset to the current team of the 2018 reboot.
He’s set to appear in 14 episodes which started production early in the same year, alongside his co-host Jon Lung who also won the contest.
Brian Louden was not in media before he got on Mythbusters. He got his big break from the search, and he’s now going to be in at least 14 episodes. Episodes like these typically pay a few thousand dollars each. In all, we estimate Brian Louden net worth in 2018 at less than $100,000.