Dustin Hurt Wiki, Age, Wife, Net Worth | Gold Rush Star Facts

By Ravi Lama | Updated On: 04 Sep, 2018
Dustin Hurt Wiki, Age, Wife, Net Worth | Gold Rush Star Facts

Quick Information

Date of Birth 1977 Nationality American
Profession Television Personality Marital Status Single
Divorced Not Yet Girlfriend/Dating Not Known
Gay/Lesbian No Net Worth $1 Million (Estimated)
Salary Under Review Ethnicity White
Social Media N/A Children/Kids Not Yet
Height N/A Parents Fred Hurt (Father), Lorrayne Hurt (Mother)

Discovery Channel's ‘Gold Rush’ has been featuring the documentary of gold miners. Dakota Boys is one of the leading team to extract gold from the mines. Dustin Hurt is one of the influencing members of Dakota Boys and gives helping hand to his father.

Dustin Hurt is popularly known as the son of "Dakota" Fred Hurt and the member of the Dakota Boys. He rose to the fame as a Gold Rush Star after he was featured on the reality TV series "Gold Rush." Alongside Dakota Boys in the TV series "Gold Rush," the cast member includes Todd HoffmanRick NessJack Hoffman, Tony Beets and few more.

How Much Is Dustin Hurt's Net Worth?

Dustin Hurt has the net worth of $1 Million, which he gathered from multiple sectors like as a contractor, wildland firefighter, and reality television star. He accumulated prominent part of wealth working for his father at the Jim Placer Mine, where he was featured on the reality TV series "Gold Rush" aired on the Discovery Channel since its second season.

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Dustin earned the revenue working in the construction after passing out from high schooling. He also mustered the fortune working as a firefighter for the California Forest Service during his early 20s. Dustin at the age of 24 became a wildland firefighter for California Forest Service. Later, he left his job and started helping his father in gold mining.

Alongside Dustin's wealth, his father, Dakota Fred Hurt has the net worth of $6 Million, which he gathered from his own construction business for 25 years and gold mining.

Dustin Hurt's Family: Mother Died; Has A Step-Mom!

Dustin Hurt was raised by his parents Dakota Fred Hurt and Lorrayne Hurt. His mother passed away on 2 February 2015 after struggling with a long illness.

His father, Dakota announced her death by sharing a photo of Dustin's mother and expressed his sorrow with his followers on 2 February 2015.

Later on 7 February 2015, Dakota thanked everyone for sending the heartfelt condolence to his wife. He then wrote that seeing thousands of response to Lorrayne's death made him feel warm and comforted.

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A year later, Dustin's father married Jennifer Sheets on 30 July 2016. His dad posted a throwback photo of his wedding on Facebook on 2 August 2016.

Dustin's father,  Dakota Fred Hurt and step-mom Jennifer Sheets (Photo: Facebook)

As of now, Dustin is currently residing with his father and step-mom.

Dustin Hurt's Personal Life; Is He Married?

Dustin Hurt has remained taciturn when it's about his personal life. He has been working with his dad at their goldmine keeping his private life aside. 

Though Dustin has hidden his personal preferences, he is enjoying quality time with his family. As of now, he has not gushed about his future wife yet. He is reportedly single and is not married yet.

Short Bio

Born in 1977, Dustin Hurt was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. He holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. 

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Gold Rush Star Dustin Hurt's Facts

Here are some unknown facts about Dustin Hurt;

  • Dustin Hurt doesn't call Dakota Fred Hurt "dad" as he thinks it isn't cool to call a boss as "dad." He has been working for his dad when he was 16, so he prefers to call him boss, which is now Dakota's nickname.
  • Dustin has been working around heavy machinery for over 20 years since he started his work in construction installing seawalls in the Louisiana Bayou.