Discovery Channel’s “Bering Sea Gold” is now airing on its four successful years. The series set in Nome, Alaska on Norton Sound with the show following boats equipped for gold mining in summer, cold northern latitude, shallow water, and ocean environment. Some of the difficulties the crew face are poor underwater visibility, mining location rights, the safety of the divers, rough seas, fuel supply, personnel issues, sufficient paydirt discovery and equipment failures due to damages at sea. The show “Bering Sea Gold” is divided into the summer dredging season and the spring dredging season. Summer season show is called Bering Sea Gold and the spring dredging season is known as Bering Sea Gold-under the ice. So far, the show has five seasons with the devoted cast. The cast members are, Shawn Pomrenke, Emily Riedel, Steve Pomrenke, Ezekiel “Zeke” Tenhoff, Brad Kelly, Kris Kelly, Andy Kelly, George Young Chris Thornton, Dave Young and Joel Pellegrino. Learn all of their net worth.
Shawn Pomrenke Net Worth:
Shawn is a well-known star in a reality TV series, Bering Sea Gold on Discovery channel. He is a gold hunter, and co-founder of two Highline dredges Christine Rose and Shamrock. Shawn Pomrenke net worth is estimated at $ 3 million.
He and his father, Steve Pomrenke run a profitable business besides being cast members in Bering Sea Gold. Shawn Pomrenke, the cast of “Bering Sea Gold” was born on March 26, 1975, in Nome, Alaska.
Emily Riedel Net Worth:
She is the only female gold digger on Bering Sea Gold show, and Emily Riedel net worth is $250,000. Her date of birth is on July 4, 1988. From her childhood, she wanted to be an opera singer, and in fact, she acquired a degree in the same. She embarked on gold hunting primarily to fund her education in opera. She is the captain of the dredging vessel Eroica of which she bought during the third season of the show.
Steve Pomrenke Net Worth:
Steve earns a salary of about $ 250,000 annually. He is an experienced gold miner, and his net worth is $ 5 million. Steve Pomrenke was born in 1959 and brought up in Pierz, Minnesota. He first worked as a mechanic before moving to Alaska in 1990 to start gold mining business. Most of Steve’s time is spent in the vessel and enjoys his work immensely with his family. Two of Steve’s sons are part of the show along with other cast members. He is the central star of the show with enormous success in gold mining.
Zeke Tenhoff Net Worth:
He is the man behind the Bering Sea Gold with a net worth of $ 125,000 after becoming a reality television star. Zeke is a renowned American professional diver and a gold hunter at sea. He was born in 1987 in Alaska where he was brought up. At the age of twenty, Tenhoff set up his own business in scouring gold.
Later, he joined the Bering Sea with his dredge named The Clark. He introduced his girlfriend, Emily Riedel into the show and sold to her one of his vessels which she later called Eroica. Despite an unsuccessful season and emotional breakdown, Zeke still devotes his time to his profession and dives with high energy in search of gold.
Brad, Kris, and Andy Kelly Net worth:
The three brothers are part of the cast members in the reality television series, The Bering Sea Gold. From his hard work and honesty, Kris Kelly has a net worth of $ 100,000. Andy Kelly is the most outstanding of the Kellys, and when it comes to mining, he is the premier diver and gold prospector. His net worth is $ 1 million. Brad Kelly keeps a private life, and his net worth is at $13,000.
However, the show has attracted massive viewership at almost three million viewers worldwide. No wonder the members hold such colossal net worth. Each season of the reality TV series brings in new cast members. The new gold diggers search for gold in various levels of the sea; from shallow to the bottom or deep down the sea. The Bering Sea Gold has emphasized anyone with basic understanding of diving skills and boating to venture in the extraction of seabed gold and make a fortune.