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Christopher Doyle was born in the USA and is a television producer who is widely known as a former Vice-President and executive producer of Discovery Channel, for which he developed a dozen of their most popular programs including “Miami Ink”, “American Chopper”, “Gold Rush” and “Dirty Jobs”.
Have you ever wondered how much wealth this producer and executive has accumulated so far? How rich Christo Doyle is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total of Christo Doyle’s net worth, as of mid-2017, exceeds the sum of $10 million. It has been acquired through his career in the television business which has been active since 1998.
Christo Doyle Net Worth $10 million
Christo’s professional television career began when he served as an executive producer of one episode of the TV mini-series “Wings Over Vietnam”. In 2000, Doyle settled in Silver Springs, Maryland, where he joined the Discovery Channel. Among his first engagements was a documentary “The Race for Flight” released in 2003 which was followed by TV programs “Diet Doctor” and “Monster Garage” in 2005 which provided the basis for Christo Doyle’s net worth.
Christo steadily climbed the ladder and eventually became the network’s managing executive producer. Serving in this position, he developed several of its highest rated TV programs. In 2007 Christo launched “Miami Ink” – a documentary show which follows five tattoo artists on their path to success. In 2008, Doyle developed and produced the TV series about a custom motorcycles family business – “American Chopper” – while in 2010 he launched “Dirty Jobs” featuring Mike Rowe in the host role. Then in 2011 Christo produced Discovery Channel’s highest rated program so far – “Gold Rush: Alaska”, the title of which speaks for itself. All these achievements helped Christo Doyle to not only improve his popularity and fame, but also to dramatically increase the total of his net worth.
Apart from producing the “Gold Rush” franchise, Doyle also served as a host to its “after show” named “The Dirt” in which he sits and discusses the latest episode’s events with some of the main characters. In 2012, Doyle was named the Vice-President executive producer, and in 2013 Discovery began the “Gold Rush” spin-off show – “Gold Rush: South America” – as well as “Bar Hunter”, then in 2014, Christo produced “Siberian Cut” a documentary series about timber-cutters in hostile regions of Siberia, Russia. Doubtlessly, all these engagements made a huge impact on Christo Doyle’s revenues.
In January 2017, Christo Doyle and Discovery Channel officially parted company. In his almost 17-year long run on Discovery, Doyle developed, produced and contributed some other notable TV programs including, apart from those already mentioned above, “Best in Business”, “Dual Survival” and “Jungle Gold” as well as over a dozen documentary movies such as “Somali Pirate Takedown: The Real Story” (2009) and “Death Row: The Final 24 Hours” (2012). Besides these, Christo also collaborated with several other big brands in the television business, such as Animal Planet, Investigation Discover, TLC and Travel Channel. It is certain that all these accomplishments have helped Christo Doyle to add a significant sum to his wealth.
When it comes to his personal life, Christo is married to a colleague, producer Amy Doyle with whom he has children. Currently, with his family, Christo resides in Washington D.C.