He is an actor and composer, known for Beast: A Monster Among Men (2013), The Challenge (1998) and Viena and the Fantomes (2020). He has been married to Roxanne Siordia since November 2, 2012.
Thomas Joseph Biography
He was born Thomas Joseph Lavin in Las Vegas, Nevada in 1976 and began riding bikes when he was 15. He turned pro at 19 and has won almost every competition he entered including the X Games and the Dew Action Sports Tour. In addition to his riding, he also taught himself how to play piano and built a recording studio in his home. He released a few singles including “Soldier” in 2008 which is a tribute to his long-time friend, Stephen Murray, who crashed during the AST Dew Tour and suffered serious spinal injury. In 2010, while competing in the Dew Tour event in Las Vegas, Lavin crashed and was rushed to the hospital. Due to the critical injuries he sustained, he was put into a medically induced comma and developed pneumonia shortly after. A few days later, he began breathing on his own and eventually made a full recovery. He currently hosts The Challenge franchise on MTV, and also starred in the independent film, A Monster Among Men that was released in 2012. He married his longtime girlfriend, Roxanne Sioridia that same year, after being together for over eight years. He was the subject of the movie A Film about T.J. Lavin.
He married his longtime girlfriend Roxanne Siordia on November 2, 2012 in Las Vegas. The couple had been together for eight years and married on their anniversary. Through Siordia, Thomas Joseph Lavin has one stepdaughter, Raquel (born in 1999), whom he has since adopted.
Thomas Joseph Lavin Age
Thomas Joseph Lavin was 44 years old ,T.J was born December 7, 1976 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Lavin first began to ride bikes when he was two and raced BMX until he was 15.
Thomas Joseph Acting
Lavin appears in a starring role as Eli in the independent film A Monster Among Men, released in 2012
Thomas Joseph Career
BMX He has entered events including the X Games and the Dew Action Sports Tour. In the X Games he took bronze three times, silver once, and gold three times (One was Australian). He has been a DK Dirt Circuit Champion, a champion in the Gravity Games, a European championship winner, and a CFB Champion. In 1995, he was crowned the “King of Dirt”. He has a 1-acre (0.40 ha) BMX track in his backyard which includes several groomed trails and dirt jumps. He is currently sponsored by S&M Bikes, Headrush, Monster Energy Drink, Lavs Lab, and Kicker. TJ Lavin is also the subject of a photorealist painting titled King of Dirt. T.J Lavin was competing in a Dew Tour event in Las Vegas on October 14, 2010, where he crashed and was rushed to the hospital. Due to the critical injuries he sustained, he was put into a medically induced coma and developed a case of pneumonia shortly after. On October 20, Chas Aday, friend of Lavin, reported that Lavin was breathing on his own, following simple commands like squeezing hands or giving thumbs-up to the doctors and he was expected to make a full recovery. Lavin was able to return home on November 16, 2010.
Music Lavin taught himself how to play piano and has a recording studio in his home. He released his album called LAVS the First SET. He appeared on the song “Never Gonna Hold Me Down” with Johnny Richter on the Sub Noize Souljaz album, on the song “Watcha Want” on the album Random Stuff by good friend and Suburban Noize recording artist Big B, and on the Tsunami Bros. album King Harbor in a song titled “The Crab Shack Special”. In 2008, Lavin released the single “Soldier” — a tribute to his long-time friend Stephen Murray. Stephen crashed during the AST Dew Tour. He suffered a serious spinal injury during a double-backflip attempt on June 22, 2007. All sales from the single were donated to the Stephen Murray Family Fund.
MTV Lavin is the subject of the film A Film about T. J. Lavin. He appeared on an episode of MTV’s Cribs. Lavin has a video game named after him: MTV Sports: T. J. Lavin’s Ultimate BMX. He has hosted spin-offs, specials, and MTV’s reality-competition show The Challenge (originally titled Real World/Road Rules Challenge) since its eleventh season.
- Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Gauntlet 2 (2005–2006)
- Real World/Road Rules Challenge: Fresh Meat (2006)
- Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Duel (2006–2007)
- Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Inferno 3 (2007)
- Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Gauntlet III (2008)
- Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Island (2008)
- Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Duel II (2009)
- Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Ruins (2009)
- Spring Break Challenge (2010)
- The Challenge: Fresh Meat II (2010)
- The Challenge: Cutthroat (2010)
- The Challenge: Rivals (2011)
- The Challenge: Battle of the Exes (2012)
- The Challenge: Battle of the Seasons (2012)
- The Challenge: Rivals II (2013)
- The Challenge: Free Agents (2014)
- The Challenge: Battle of the Exes II (2015)
- The Challenge: Battle of the Bloodlines (2015–2016)
- The Challenge: Rivals III (2016)
- The Challenge: Invasion of the Champions (2017)
- The Challenge XXX: Dirty 30 (2017)
- The Challenge: Vendettas (2018)
- The Challenge: Final Reckoning (2018)
- The Challenge: War of the Worlds (2019)
- The Challenge: War of the Worlds 2 (2019)
- The Challenge: Total Madness (2020)
- The Challenge: Double Agents (2020-2021)
- The Challenge: All Stars (2021)
- The Challenge: Spies, Lies & Allies (2021)
Thomas Joseph Net Worth
Lavin is an American BMX rider, television host, and musician who has a net worth of $9 million. T.J. Lavin acquired that net worth as a sponsored dirt jumper and BMX rider. He has also secured a number of endorsement deals throughout his career and hosts the MTV reality show series, The Challenge.
Thomas Joseph Height
Though, he is 6′ 0″ in feet and inches and 183 cm in Centimetres tall, he weighs about 145 lbs in Pound and 66kg in Kilograms.
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