• Ehren McGhehey is an American actor and stuntman born in McMinnville, Oregon USA, on 29 November 1976.
• He has acted in four movies and two TV series, but has performed stunts in over 30.
• Ehren's most famous role was co-writing and performing stunts in the 2006 documentary action comedy movie "Jackass Number Two".
• He has a long-term relationship with a non-celebrity American girl, as some of his fans have claimed to have seen them spending time together.
• Ehren's net worth is estimated at over $3.5 million.

Who is Ehren McGhehey?

American actor and stuntman Kenneth Ehren McGhehey Jr., was born in McMinnville, Oregon USA, on 29 November 1976, meaning that his zodiac sign’s Sagittarius. He’s acted in four movies and two TV series, but has performed stunts in over 30. Ehren’s perhaps still known best for co-writing and performing stunts in the 2006 documentary action comedy movie “Jackass Number Two”, directed by Jeff Tremaine, and which starred Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O and Chris Pontius. It follows the Jackass crew as they’re performing silly and sometimes dangerous things – the film was nominated for The Stinkers Bad Movie Award for Most Painfully Unfunny Comedy.

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Education and early life

Ehren was raised alongside his older sisters Lesley and Stacey, by their mother Linda and father Kenneth who were both morticians; Ehren hasn’t shared many other details about his family, as he respects their privacy.

He fell in love with skateboarding at the age of 12, and became passionate about the sport during his time at McMinnville High School. Ehren matriculated in 1995 and then became a professional snowboarder, entering various competitions and winning several; he had to leave snowboarding behind him in 1999, after an accident nearly cost him his life; he moved to Portland, Oregon and began working at a skate shop.

Prior to launching his career as an actor and stuntman, Ehren filmed himself performing tricks on his skateboard.

Acting credits

Ehren’s debut film role was playing Rival Skater in the 2003 adventure sports comedy “Grind”, directed by Casey La Scala, and which starred Adam Brody, Joey Kern and Mike Vogel. It tells the story of four skaters who are following their idol skater while he’s touring around the US.

In 2005, Ehren played Fired Dish Boy in the sports action movie “Dishdogz”, and the following year saw him play Jimmy Gonzalas in the comedy film “TV: The Movie”, written and directed by Sam Macaroni, and which starred Steve-O, Preston Lacy and Jason ‘Wee Man’ Acuna; the movie mocks TV series and commercials.

Ehren’s only other film role was playing Clarence in the 2014 action horror comedy “All Hell Breaks Loose”, which follows a man who’s trying to rescue his bride from the motorcycle gang The Satan’s Sinners.

His debut TV series role was playing Man on Line in five episodes of the critically acclaimed comedy “Portlandia” (2012-2016), created by Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein, who also starred in it. The series parodies life in Portland, it aired from 2011 through 2018, and won 15 of its 63 award nominations.

Ehren’s most recent role has been playing Luke Virkler in the 2016 episode “The Believer” of the crime fantasy “Grimm”.

Career as a stuntman

Ehren’s first work as a stuntman was in 24 episodes of the action comedy series “Jackass” from 2000 through 2002, and he then performed stunts in the documentary comedy film “Jackass Backyard BBQ”, the documentary movie “The Making of ‘Jackass: The Movie’”, and the action comedy film “Jackass: The Movie”, all released in 2002.

He went on to perform stunts in the 2003 documentary film “Mischief Destroy”, the 2004 action comedy movie “Jackass: Volume Two”, and the 2006 action comedy film “Jackass Number Two”.

In 2009, Ehren performed stunts in the documentary movie “Our Time”, written and directed by Matthew Heineman and Matt Wiggins, and which starred Tom Brokaw, Vernon Jordan and Maria Kirke; the film follows four friends who’ve just graduated from college, and are now travelling around the US in their RV, asking their peers questions about love, sex, race, and various other topics.

Ehren served as a judge on the 2010 reality show “Wanted: Adventure Host”, and then performed stunts in the 2010 action comedy movie “Jackass 3D”, the 2011 action comedy film “Jackass 3.5”, and the 2012 documentary movie “Snowball Run”.

In 2020, he appeared in the action comedy movie “Steve-O: Gnarly”, directed by Mark Ritchie, and which starred Steve-O, Johnny Knoxville and Jason ‘Wee Man’ Acuna; it follows Steve-O and the other Jackass crew members as they’re performing stunts in Colorado.

Most recently, in 2022, Ehren performed stunts in the action comedy movie “Jackass 4.5”.

Love life and wife

Ehren rarely speaks about his love life in public, and hasn’t mentioned any women, or perhaps men whom he’s been with.

Several websites have written about Ehren being married today, and having a daughter with his wife, but no evidence has been provided to support these claims, nor has Ehren addressed these rumors.

There are many people on the internet who believe that he’s gay, and that he prefers not to come out of the closet, but Ehren hasn’t addressed this either.

It’s widely believed that he’s today in a long-term relationship with a non-celebrity American girl, as some of his fans have claimed to have seen them spending time together on a number of occasions in the last a couple of years, but this hasn’t been confirmed either.

Ehren seems to be unattached as of January 2023, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Ehren’s stated that there’s always bullying between the Jackass crew members; he once wore a fake beard for a stunt in which he pretended to be a terrorist, without knowing that the beard was made up from the crew’s shaved pubic hair.

His middle tooth was knocked out during a stunt, and he now has a false tooth.

Ehren’s the owner of Valley Skate/Surf/Snow in his hometown, and he also owns seven houses.

He’s the most ridiculed Jackass crew member, as he usually performs the most humiliating and dangerous stunts.

His Instagram fan page – ‘Danger McGhehey’ – is today followed by over 1,000 people, and there are more than 110 pictures and videos uploaded onto it.

Ehren’s favorite actors are Brad Pitt and Benedict Cumberbatch, and some of his favorite movies are “Fury”, “Bullet Train” and “World War Z”.

Height, eyes and wealth

Ehren’s age is 46. He has blue eyes and brown hair, is 6ft 1is (1.85m) tall and weighs about 180lbs (83kgs).

Ehren’s net worth’s been estimated at over $3.5 million, as of January 2023.


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