Brian Boitano - Famous Figure Skater

Brian Boitano Net Worth


Brian Boitano is an American figure skater who has a net worth of $8 million dollars. Boitano is famous for being an Olympic, World, and U.S. National Champion. He was the first American to land the triple axel in 1982 and his signature jump called the Tano triple lutz was introduced in 1987.

Key facts:

  • Brian Boitano is an American figure skater.
  • He was the first American to land the triple axel in 1982.
  • Boitano won a gold medal at the 1988 Olympics and five straight World Professional Championship titles.
  • He won an Emmy for his performance in Carmen On Ice.
  • Brian Boitano was inducted into the World Figure Skating Hall of Fame and the United States Figure Skating Hall of Fame in 1996.

Basic Information About Brian Boitano

CategoryAthletes β€Ί Olympians
ProfessionsActor, Figure Skater
Net worth$8,000,000
Date of birth1963-10-22 (60 years old)
Place of birthMountain View
NationalityUnited States of America
Curiosities and TrademarksThe 'tano Lutz jump which is a variation on a Lutz
Height5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)
Social Mediaβ†—οΈŽ Wikipedia β†—οΈŽ IMDb

What Movie Awards did Brian Boitano win?


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Brian Boitano roles

Movie / Series Role
Blades of GloryFederation Judge
Ice PrincessSelf

Brian Boitano's Quotes

  • That's what amateur skating is about, technical expertise, and it should always stay that way.
  • The U.S. Olympic spirit award is an award that is given to an athlete who embodies the Olympic spirit in more ways than just on the playing field, in showing incredible perseverance, in overcoming obstacles, and what we wanted to do is have everybody can vote on-line.
  • Yeah, I am a little bit, and I think it is a natural progression of the sport, of going upwards in technical ability and everything like that.
  • I have to consider my greatest accomplishments winning the Olympics because everything that I've done after that is really because of the Olympics.
  • Plus the public's attention span is so short right now, if a skater doesn't strike while the iron is hot... well it's not like people will forget you, but they just won't care anymore.

Interesting Facts about Brian Boitano

  1. Won the Gold Medal in Figure Skating at the Olympics in 1988.
  2. Altered the Lutz jump by raising one arm over his head during the jump, and this variation is now called the 'tano Lutz.
  3. 6th Place, 1994 Olympics
  4. Silver, 1994 US National Figure Skating Championships
  5. Gold, 1988 World Figure Skating Championships
  6. Gold, 1988 US National Figure Skating Championships
  7. Silver, 1987 World Figure Skating Championships
  8. Gold, 1987 US National Figure Skating Championships
  9. Gold, 1986 World Figure Skating Championships
  10. Gold, 1986 US National Figure Skating Championships
  11. Bronze, 1985 World Figure Skating Championships
  12. Gold, 1985 US National Figure Skating Championships
  13. A song about him appears in South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999). He actually skated to this song in Holiday Skating Spectacular (2000).
  14. Good friend of Dorothy Hamill.
  15. One of Brian's favorite restaurants is "House of Prime Rib" in San Francisco, which he and his family have gone to since his parents were dating.
  16. Has a niece named Natalie. She and her husband, Matt, appeared on What Would Brian Boitano Make?: Hawaiian Honeymoon (2010).
  17. On the Food Network with his own show, What Would Brian Boitano Make? (2009). [August 2009]

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