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Naked Cowboy Net Worth

Naked Cowboy Net Worth

Net Worth: $2.5 Million

Statistics
  • Birth Place Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.
  • Full Name Robert John Burck
  • Nationality American
  • Date of Birth December 23, 1970
  • Occupation Actor, singer, songwriter, writer, politician
  • Education University of Cincinnati

About Naked Cowboy

Naked Cowboy or Robert John Burck has a net worth of $2.5 Million. He is an American street musician who holds several endorsement deals to his name. That’s the source of his wealth.

He holds to his credit several media features across wide platforms like television, advertising and videos. He has been part of the “Characters Welcome” campaign of USA Network and the Super Bowl XLI commercial by Chevrolet. He has also has an advertisement for Guinness that could only be seen in Ireland and the United Kingdom. His endorsements include one with Divinely Naked LLC on August 28, 2008. Under this licensing agreement, he endorses a Naked Cowboy Nutritional Products line. He also works for Blue Island Shellfish Farms with regard to usage of the brand name Naked Cowboy Oysters. These are incidentally the largest selling oysters in the whole of Manhattan.

Robert’s appearances on videos include Nickelback’s “Rockstar”, Cake’s “Short Skirt/Long Jacket” and “When It Comes” by Tyler Hilton. He released an album in 2007 under 4Sight Music Productions. He recorded “Year of the Cowboy” in the pop-rock genre in New York City at the JAMBOX Recording Studios. Thus from the extensive list above, we can well imagine where his dollars come from.

Born on December 23rd 1970 in Ohio in Cincinnati, his name comes from his performing apparel. He wears only briefs, a hat and cowboy boots and performs with a guitar at Times Square in New York City. He also announced his bid for becoming the President of the United States in 2012 as a representative of the Tea Party movement in the US. He also bid for the New York City mayor elections against Michael Bloomberg in 2009.