Stephen “tWitch” Boss Net Worth

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What Is Stephen “tWitch” Boss’ Net Worth and Wage?

Stephen “tWitch” Boss is an American dancer, choreographer, actor, and producer who has a net worth of $5 million. Boss started to make a reputation for himself when he positioned second on “Star Search” within the dance class, and he additionally competed on MTV’s “The Wade Robson Challenge” (2003) and several other seasons of Fox’s “So You Assume You Can Dance.”

Stephen served as a co-host/DJ/ sidekick on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” from 2014 till the present’s finish in 2021. He’s additionally DeGeneres’ sidekick on “Ellen’s Sport of Video games,” which started airing in 2017.

He’s additionally a co-executive producer on the present, and he has produced the brief movies “Prized” (2014) and “Debt” (2018). Boss has 25+ performing credit to his title, together with “Stomp the Yard: Homecoming” (2010), “Magic Mike XXL” (2015), and three movies within the “Step Up” franchise (2010–2014). In 2021, he started internet hosting the NBC competitors sequence “Conflict Of The Cowl Bands.” Stephen has earned two Teen Alternative Award nominations for Alternative Dancer, in 2015 and 2018.

Wage

Throughout his first two seasons on “The Ellen DeGeneres Present,” tWitch’s wage was $500,000 per season, then it was raised to  $1 million per season.

Early Life

Stephen “tWitch” Boss was born Stephen Laurel Boss on September 29, 1982, in Montgomery, Alabama. He attended Lee Excessive Faculty, and after graduating in 2000, he enrolled at Southern Union State Neighborhood Faculty to review Dance Efficiency. Stephen later transferred to Chapman College in California. Boss earned the nickname “tWitch” throughout his childhood as a result of he was “all the time spinning and staying in movement.”

Profession

In 2003, tWitch was a runner-up on “Star Search,” and he got here in third on “The Wade Robson Challenge.” In 2007, he had an uncredited position as “flamboyant dancer” within the hit comedy “Blades of Glory,” performed a Maybelle’s Retailer Dancer within the movie “Hairspray,” and auditioned for season three of “So You Assume You Can Dance” however didn’t make it into the Prime Twenty. Stephen tried out once more in 2008, and that point, he made all of it the best way to the finals, ending in second place behind Joshua Allen. A dance he carried out with Katee Shean to the Duffy track “Mercy” throughout that season earned a Primetime Emmy nomination for Excellent Choreography. Boss returned to “So You Assume You Can Dance” as an “All Star” in seasons seven, eight, and 9, and through season 12, he was the Group Captain for “Group Avenue.”

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In 2010, he appeared within the movies “Stomp the Yard: Homecoming” and “Step Up 3D,” and he guest-starred on the Fox sequence “Bones.” Stephen then appeared within the movies “Step Up Revolution” (2012), “Step Up: All In” (2014), and “Ghostbusters” (2016), and he performed Malik in 2015’s “Magic Mike XXL.” He guest-starred on “Contact” (2011), “Drop Lifeless Diva” (2014), “Love” (2017), and “Trendy Household” (2018) and appeared within the TV motion pictures “Adventures in Love & Babysitting” (2015) and “So Shut” (2018). A member of the dance troupes Chill Issue Crew and Breed OCLA, tWitch has additionally taught at South County Classical Ballet, accomplished choreography for South Korean R&B and pop singer Seven, and launched a vogue line referred to as tWitch Boss Clothes.

Private Life

Stephen married Allison Holker, a fellow “So You Assume You Can Dance” alum, on December 10, 2013, on the Villa San Juliette Winery and Vineyard, which is owned by the present’s co-creator, Nigel Lythgoe. The couple welcomed son Maddox on March 27, 2016, and daughter Zaia on November 3, 2019, and Boss adopted Holker’s daughter, Weslie. Stephen and Allison started internet hosting the Disney+/Freeform documentary sequence “Disney’s Fairy Story Weddings” in 2017.

Actual Property

In 2015, Boss paid $1.15 million for a 2,500+ sq. foot dwelling within the Sherman Oaks space of Los Angeles. He put the four-bedroom dwelling in the marketplace for $1.299 million in April 2019.


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