Cesar Millan’s Net Worth
How much is Cesar Millan Net Worth after becoming a celebrity star on Dog Whisperer and now Dog Nation? We’ll unless you’re very wealthy or famous, good luck personally hiring the most famous dog trainer in the world. Cesar Millan’s net worth is over $30 million even before starring in his new reality show “Dog Nation.”
The Dog Whisperer with Ceasar Millan first aired on the National Geographic Channel in 2002. With Ceasar’s incredible gift whispering to seemingly untrainable dogs, The Dog Whisperer climbed to the networks #1 Show during the very first Season. At that time, Millan was already running the Dog Psychology Center in Los Angeles, on his two-acre dog training facility. Unfortunately, The Dog Whisperer ended in 2012 after broadcasting in more than eighty countries around the world.
Ceasar Millan Biography
Ceasar Millan was born on August 27, 1969, in Sinaloa, Mexico, starting to work with animals at an early age. With little money and a big dream, Cesar crossed the border into the United States without a visa when he was 21 years old. In 20oo, Ceasar became a permanent resident and in 2009 he became an official citizen of the U.S.A.
Millan was married in 1994 to Illusion Wilson, and had two sons, Andre in 1995 and Calvin was born in 2001. Andre’s following in his dad’s footsteps becoming a Dog Whisperer and also stars on the new Dog Nation Show. The famous couple divorced in 2010. Cesar started dating Jahira Dar soon after and recently announced they’re getting married soon.
Dog Nation’s Cesar Millan: I’m an Immigrant Success Story
A Mexican-born immigrant turned entrepreneur, successful bestselling author and Emmy-nominated TV personality, Millan is taking to the small screen once again. In a new show called “Cesar Millan’s Dog Nation,” which premieres March 3 on Nat Geo WILD at 9 p.m. EST, Millan hits the road with his son Andre. Cesar’s Dog Nation’s: I’m an Immigrant Success Story.
The best part about any of Ceasar’s training whether it’s on Dog Nation, Dog Whisperer or one of his New York Times best-selling books, is it’ll stand the test of time. Cesar’s dog whispering techniques will be as valuable 100 years from now as they are today. Cesar Millan’s success story also includes Emmy nominations in 2006, 2007 and 2009 for Outstanding Reality Program for his Dog Whisperer’s Show.
Dog Nation Show – Missouri Alliance for Animal Legislation: Lobbying for the welfare of animals No one knows exactly how many animals are mistreated in our country each year for a very simple reason: They can’t tell us about it. But we do know that the number is high. According to the ASPCA, an animal is abused every 60 seconds.