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Facts of Jason Sehorn

Full NameJason Heath Sehorn
First NameJason
Middle NameHeath
Last NameSehorn
Birth NameJason Heath Sehorn
ProfessionNFL player (former)
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityWhite
Birth CitySacramento, California
Birth CountryUnited States of America
Date of BirthFebruary,1971
Age48 years
Networth
Year2019
Amount23000000
Currencyusd

How Much Is Jason Sehorn’s Net Worth?  

Jason Sehorn, a former American NFL player played professionally from 1994 to 2003. During his active career, the football Cornerback played for the prominent NFL teams: New York Giants (1994-2002) and St. Louis Rams (2003).  

After retirement, Sehorn briefly worked for Fox Sports Net and then joined as a college football analyst for ESPNU. Currently, as of 2019, he has an estimated net worth of $23 million.

The alumni of the University of Southern California (USC), Jason is also the Director of Communications at Sonic Automotive, an automotive retailer in the United States.    

Jason Sehorn’s Net Worth: Income Sources & Earnings

Having played in 9 NFL seasons, Sehorn’s career prominence not only earned him huge fame but also summoned a hefty fortune. Jason Sehorn started his professional career as the 1994 NFL Draft of the New York Giants.

Since 1994 till 2002, he played for the Giants until he was waived after his knee injury. For only one season, in 2003, the NFL star signed with St. Louis Rams and retired later.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Jason Sehorn has the net worth of around $23 million as of May 2019.

In comparison, currently, he owns more than NFL star and  XLVII Super Bowl Champion Michael Oher ($20 million) but low than Brett Favre, a former NFL quarterback (owns $100 million).

Jason Sehorn, a former NFL player owns $23 million net worth
Jason Sehorn, a former NFL player owns $23 million net worth

Well, the major source of income is his NFL career but also, as the Director of Communications at Sonic Automotive, an automotive retailer, Sehorn sums up a massive paycheck, probably millions of dollars.

For a fact, as per data recorded in March 2019, Jason’s company operated 164 dealership franchises at 135 dealership locations, representing 33 different brands of cars and light trucks. In addition to that, it also had 31 collision repair centers in 15 states.

Post- NFL Career

Jason Sehorn has made his introduction in the TV series as well; he played the role of a firefighter on the NBC show Third Watch.

In 2005, following his playing career retirement, the NFL star joined Fox Sports Net and was a panelist on their Sunday NFL pregame show. Later, he also worked as a college football analyst for ESPNU.

Did you know? Jason career stats read 458 Tackles, 19 Interceptions, and 5 Touchdowns.

Multi-Million Dollars Contract With Giants But Waived

Since joining New York Giants in 1994, Jason Sehorn signed many contracts worth hundreds or even millions of dollars. But the most expensive proved to be the 6-year contract worth $36 million inked in March 2001. The deal granted him the signing bonus of $10 million.

As reported, the deal scheduled him to earn the base salary of $4.3 million along with incentives and roster bonuses.

Jason Sehorn played for New York Giants for 8 seasons (1994-2002)
Jason Sehorn played for New York Giants for 8 seasons (1994-2002)

However, after a debilitating knee injury; torn out anterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments during the 1998 preseason game against the New York Jets, his career began to shrink. Later, the performance degradation eventually led his waiver from the Giants on March 7, 2003.

Also, sources like ESPN placed him under the list of NFL's overpaid in 2001-2002, where Sehorn ranked #5; while the top listed personality was owner/GM of the Bengals, Mike Brown.

What After Release From New York Giants?

After Giants waived him, Jason joined St. Louis Rams as safety for one season in May 2003, before releasing in 2004.

As reported, due to untimely release from the New York Giants, Jason Sehorn earned a salary of $8 million in 2003, which became huge dead money (means the value of player no longer on a team) for Sehorn.

Well, if the Giants had delayed the released to June 1 instead of March 7, it could sort out a $2 million count with a $6 million then and the next year’s salary cap. But the risk was that the team would have to pay him a roster bonus of $1 million for his game appearance.

Reportedly, the New York Giants had offered him $1 million to keep up the contract terms unviolated.

Endorsement, Instagram Earnings & Charity

Certainly, while in his career height, Jason Sehorn probably lured many endorsers and had earned a hefty sum with brand promotions. Though, he never opened up much about his endorsement deals and earnings.

Surfing through his Instagram account with over 4.2K followers, Jason seems to be promoting Nike. Well, as per Influencer Marketing Hub, his Instagram has the potential to command around $49.5 - $82.5 per sponsored post.

His Twitter account has over 9.7K followers as of May 2019.

The former NFL player is also active in charity works and is a member of The Foundation For Tomorrow Africa (TFFTA).  

Well, he has associations with other charitable organizations like Entertainment Industry Foundation, Habitat For Humanity, KaBOOM!, Rape Foundation, and The HollyRod Foundation.

Assets, Lifestyle & Expenses

Currently, Jason Sehorn lives in his house in Charlotte, North Carolina, but has not opened up much about its purchase detail. The median house value in Charlotte is $225,500, accompanied by the house insurance premium of $773 per year.

Surely, owning the net worth of $23 million, Sehorn lives a lavish lifestyle and has millions of dollars-worth mansion. Even if the former NFL player is yet to disclose his car collection, sources cite that he owns luxury cars such as Audi, Mercedes, Toyota, Volkswagen, and many others.

Besides assets, he also makes huge expenses on daily life luxury, costly clothes, and travels. Sehorn along with his current wife Meghann Gunderman travels to different places and have visited in Tanzania, Rwanda, and many European countries.

Former House Sold

As reported, Jason formerly owned a house in Hidden Hills, California, with his (now ex-wife) Angie Harmon. The former duo purchased the Cape Cod-style 6,872 sq. ft home featuring 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms in 2005 for $3.795 million.

Jason Sehorn's former Hollywood Hills house shared with ex-wife Angie, sold for $3 million
Jason Sehorn's former Hollywood Hills house shared with ex-wife Angie, sold for $3 million

The property was later sold in November 2015, following a year of Angie and Jason’s split for $3 million, above the asking price of $2.85 million.

As for a fact, in January 2019, Angie Harmon put her 2,338 sq. ft. Los Angeles, CA, property for rent, asking $15,000 per month. Well, she bought the house with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms in late 2015 for $3 million.

Tax Payments

As a responsible citizen of the US, Jason Sehorn is liable to pay taxes: property tax and income tax. His house in Charlotte, North Carolina, seeks 1.164% of its assessed value as property tax.

Also, upon the annual revenue of $500,000, Sehorn has to pay $161,900 as income tax, inclusive of 23.6% Federal tax, 3.49% FICA and 5.31% State tax.

Jason Sehorn’s Personal Details: Age, Education, Family, Height & Wife

Sehorn was born on April 15, 1971, in Sacramento, California, the USA in an American family. Jason Heath Sehorn by birth, the former NFL star has not opened up about his family background for now. He holds American nationality and is of white ethnicity.

He attended Mount Shasta High School in Mount Shasta, California and then went to Shasta College, where he played for the college football team for 2 years.

Later, he enrolled at the University of Southern California until New York Giants picked him the 1994 NFL Draft.

As of May 2019, Jason Sehorn’s age is 48 and has a height of 6 ft. 2 inches (188 cm). He weighs around 97 kg (213 lbs).

Married Life, Wife & Children

Well, Sehorn has been married thrice in his life.

Currently, he lives with his third wife Meghann Gunderman. The duo exchanged vows in January 2017 but is yet to share children of their own.

Rather the couple is the parents of Jason Sehorn’s 3 daughters: from his previous marriage. The family of 4 can be often seen together sharing lovely moments on Instagram.

Before Meghann, Jason was in a marital relationship with his first wife, a former CNN reporter Whitney Casey for a year, from February 14, 1998, to August 4, 1999. As reported, they were college sweethearts since their days at the USC, however, couldn't sustain long after marriage. They never shared children.

Then, Sehorn married his second (now ex-) wife actress Angie Harmon on June 9, 2001. After 13 years of marriage, the duo announced their split in 2014, followed by the divorce in 2016.

Jason Sehorn and his ex-wife Angie Harmon
Jason Sehorn and his ex-wife Angie Harmon

While as husband-wife, Jason Sehorn and Angie welcomed 3 daughters: Finley Faith (born on October 14, 2003), Avery Grace (on June 22, 2005) and Emery Hope Sehorn (on December 18, 2008).

Did you know? Sehorn's high school jersey #1 was retired by his alma mater, Mount Shasta High School on January 19, 1999. The ceremony was hosted by Jason's longtime friend, mentor, and former coach, Joe Blevins; it aired on local cable TV.

Updated On Mon Aug 26 2019 Published On Wed May 15 2019 By Chandra Rana Magar

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