Cesar Millan Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Cesar Millan is a Mexican American dog trainer, writer, and TV personality with a net worth of $25 million dollars. After coming to America when he was 21 years old, he got work in a dog grooming store before founding the Pacific Point Canine Academy. Among his first clients was celebrity Jada Pinkett Smith. Several years later, Millan created the Dog Psychology Center in Los Angeles for big breed dogs. In 2002, Millan started working in the pilot episode of his TV show, “Dog Whisperer”, which premiered to the National Geographic Channel in 2004.
Cesar Millan Net Worth $25 Million Dollars
The show features Millan working as a dog rehabilitator with creatures in demand. After his show’s ending in the year 2012, he developed a documentary series, “Leader of the Park”, in 2013, as well as a fresh series, “Cesar 911, in 2014. Several of Millan’s training techniques are called into question above their alleged inhumanity. Millan was frequently seen with his pit bull, Daddy, prior to the dog passed in age 16. Now, Millan often appears with a different pit bull, Junior. The author of several books along with his wife, Ilusion Wilson, had been wed since 1994 until their 2010 divorce. Millan tried to commit suicide in May 2010, a couple of months after his own wife’s request for divorce as well as the death of his dog, Daddy.
August 27, 1969 age 45
5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)
Presenter, Author, Canine Professional, TV Personality, Writer, Motivational speaker, Dog trainer
United States of America
Ilusion Millan (m. 1994–2012)
Andre Millan, Calvin Millan
María Teresa Favela de Millán, Felipe Millán Guillen
In the United States, in the '70s, they did the same thing to the Doberman. In the '80s they did it to the German shepherd, in the '90s they did it to the Rottweiler, and now they're doing it to the pit bull. So whatever dog is in fashion, people are going to blame them for things.
(When asked if he has been bitten) Of course. It's like cowboys that get stomped by bulls. Any time you're working in the world of taming animals, you're going to get hurt. But it's a rush that we get.
Birth, life, death is a cycle. And they're all beautiful, you celebrate all of them. Animals do grieve, but they move on. That's the lesson behind animals.
Everybody wants common sense. The show is offering us a sense of primal connection we have lost through civilization.
She has no rules in the outside world, no boundaries. You practice exercise and affection. But you're not practicing exercise, discipline, and affection. When we love someone, we fulfill everything about them. That's loving. And you're not loving your dog.
No dog is too much for me to handle. I rehabilitate dogs, I train people. I am the dog whisperer.