What is the net worth of Zak Bagans?
Zak Bagans is a paranormal investigator, actor, television personality, museum owner, and author from the United States with a net worth of $30 million who is the host of the Ghost Adventures series on the Travel Channel.
Quick Facts About Zak Bagans
|Zak Bagans Net Worth||$30 Million|
|Full Name||Zachary Alexander Bagans|
|Date of Birth||April 5, 1977|
|Height||5 ft 11 in (1.82 m)|
|Profession||Paranormal Investigator, Actor, Museum Operator, Author|
Zak Bagans Earnings, Career, Bio, and More
As of November 2021, his expected net worth is around $30 million which includes his earnings, salary, assets, and properties. He primarily gained his fortune through appearing and producing in multiple TV shows as well as his writing and investigating career.
In addition to his TV career, he also earns substantial income through his business of haunted museums. Zak Bagans' The Haunted Museum is a haunted museum in Las Vegas, which he owns and operates. His collection of haunted artifacts is on display in the museum, and it is said to be rather substantial. He also owns $2 million worth of automobiles as well as the museum's real building.
Talking about his worth in the real estate market, he paid $1.889 million for a property in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles in October 2019. He listed the two-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom home for $2.2 million in October 2020, then reduced the asking price to $1.999 million a few months later. In June 2021, the property was sold for $1.875 million.
He paid $35,000 for a house in Indiana that was believed to be a "gateway to hell" in 2014, and he also owned a Las Vegas home that he bought for $370,000 and sold for $445,000 in January 2015 after supposedly encountering demonic activity.
In 2004, he collaborated on a documentary-style film called Ghost Adventures with Nick Groff and Aaron Goodwin which aired on the SciFi Channel in 2007. A follow-up series debuted on the Travel Channel in 2008 and has been shown for 19 seasons as of 2019. Ghost hunting shows in general, and Ghost Adventures in particular, have been accused of fabrication and fraud.
From 2014 to 2016, he directed the spin-off series Ghost Adventures: Aftershocks, which focused on the effects of previous Ghost Adventures investigations on people's lives.
Deadly Possessions premiered on the Travel Channel on April 2, 2016, and featured him searching for things for a potential "haunted museum" in Las Vegas, Nevada. In October of 2017, the museum first opened its doors to the general public. It has 33 rooms with a variety of antiquities on display. The chambers are guided tours for visitors. Bela Lugosi's mirror, the Dybbuk box, Peggy the Doll, and Jack Kevorkian's "Death Van" are among the objects on display.
The museum received the Mayor's Award for Historic Preservation and Adaptive Reuse in Las Vegas in 2018. The museum added the transaxle from American actor James Dean's Porsche 550 Spyder to its collection in 2021.
The Haunted Museum, an anticipated horror anthology show for which he will be the host and executive producer, will premiere on Discovery+ Channel was announced in May 2021. Cream Productions will film the series in Las Vegas, Nevada, and Toronto, Canada.
Dark World: Into the Shadows with the Lead Investigator of The Ghost Adventures Crew is a book he co-wrote with author Kelly Crigger. The book premiered at No. 18 on The New York Times Best Seller list on September 23, 2011. In December of 2019, he published Ghost-Hunting For Dummies, a book that outlines the history of ghost hunting.
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Zak Bagans Relationship and Personal Life
He tries to keep his personal life out of the spotlight and has never spoken much about it. He was previously linked to Christine Dolce in 2013. They eventually split up due to personal issues.
After meeting at The Haunted Museum in May 2019, he began dating Playboy model Holly Madison, a former star of the E! reality series "The Girls Next Door". The couple called off their relationship in early 2021. The reason behind their separation has not been known in the media.
Zak Bagans Early Life, Family, and Education
He was born in Washington, D.C., on April 5, 1977. He grew interested in the paranormal at the age of ten, when he and his mother, Nancy, would frequently visit garage sales "in search of unusual and spooky artifacts." His mother works as an interior designer in the area, while his father's identity is unknown to the general public. Meredith is his older sister, and Phil and Sky are his younger half-siblings.
In 1995, he graduated from Glenbard West High School in Illinois and spent eight months at Western Michigan University before dropping out. He went on to the Motion Picture Institute of Michigan after that.
Interesting Facts About Zak Bagans
- As of November 2021, he has around 900k followers on his Instagram account. (@realzakbagans)
- He features a Celtic cross, an Aries symbol, and the German phrase "Denn die Todten Reiten Schnell" which translates to "because the dead travel quickly".
- He is a resident of Las Vegas, Nevada. He originally resided in the Nevada town of Summerlin.