Dustin Hurt Net Worth 2017: Short Bio & Wiki

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Dustin Hurt was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, and is a rather multilateral person – a contractor, businessman, a wildland firefighter, as well as a reality TV personality, who is most famous for being one of the gold diggers featured in Discovery Channel’s reality TV series “Gold Rush”.

Have you ever wondered how much wealth this extraordinary man has accumulated so far? How rich Dustin Hurt is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total of Dustin Hurt’s net worth, as of mid-2017, exceeds the sum of $1 million, acquired through his on-camera career as well as through his engagements in the gold digging business within the Jim Nail Placer Mine.

Dustin Hurt Net Worth $1 million

Dustin Hurt was born into the family of Fred “Dakota” Hurt, a gold mining veteran, who is a co-owner of Jim Nail Placer mine located in Porcupine Creek, Alaska. From an early age, Dustin was not afraid to roll up his sleeves and do some hard work – immediately after matriculating from high school, he became involved in the construction business, with engagements such as working in the Louisiana Bayous installing seawalls. This venture provided the basis for Dustin Hurt’s net worth.

At the age of 24, Dustin decided to take a slightly different career path, and took a job with the California Forest Service as a wildland firefighter. The next several years, he spent in various remote locations, often by himself and without any logistical support, suppressing forest wildfires, using his bare hands – cutting fire breaks with axes and chainsaws. All these rather demanding engagements helped Dustin Hurt to add a sum to the total of his net worth.

In 2011, after his father Fred acquired Jim Nail Placer Mine in Porcupine Creek, Alaska, from the Hoffman Group, Dustin joined the family business and began appearing in season two of “Gold Rush: Alaska” – Discovery Channel’s reality TV series which follows the everyday life and routine of gold miners. Dustin appeared in 53 episodes throughout the show’s five seasons, between 2011 and 2014. Despite having some rough times and struggling during the first two seasons, Dustin, his father Fred and their Dakota Boys crew managed to stand on their feet, and extract gold with a total worth of over $250,000, and expand their range to Cahoon Creek in Haines County, Alaska. This achievement certainly helped Dustin Hurt to further increase his wealth.

Between 2013 and 2014, Dustin was featured in 11 episodes of the first and second seasons of the spin-off TV series “Gold Rush: The Dirt”. In 2015, Dustin appeared in “All That Glitters”, a documentary TV series about him and his father, picturing their efforts to find gold in over a 100-year-old mine tunnel. Apart from all those already mentioned above, Dustin Hurt was has also briefly appeared in “Gold Rush: South America”, while his later on-camera engagements include an appearance in the documentary motion picture “Gold Blooded”, which is in post-production in 2017. All these accomplishments have helped Dustin Hurt to dramatically increase his wealth by a large margin.

When it comes to Dustin Hurt’s personal life, there isn’t any relevant data, as he has managed to keep it private despite TV’s prying cameras. In his spare time, he enjoys extreme sports such as rock climbing and snowboarding.

Quick Facts

Birth place: New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Profession:Businessman, TV personality
Nationality:American
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Filmography

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TitleYearStatusCharacter
Gold BloodedDocumentary filmingHimself - Gold Miner
All That Glitters2015TV Series documentaryHimself
Gold Rush: Alaska2011-2014TV SeriesHimself
Gold Rush: The Dirt2013-2014TV SeriesHimself
Gold Rush: South America2013TV SeriesHimself

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TitleYearStatusCharacter
Gold Rush: Alaska2011TV SeriesHimself

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