Steve Gleason Net Worth

How much is Steve Gleason worth?

Net Worth:$2 Million
Date of Birth:March 19, 1977 (46 years old)
Height:1.8 m, 5 ft 10 in
Profession:Football player
Steve Gleason Net Worth:
$2 Million

Steve Gleason is a former American football player. He played as a safety in the National Football League. He was first signed by Indianapolis Colts as an undrafted free agent. He then signed for the New Orleans Saints were he continued to play through the 2007 season. After becoming a free agent in 2008, he retired from the NFL after playing for eight seasons. In 2001, he was battling ALS, and his experiences were captured over five years. The recorded videos were then featured in his documentary “Gleason.”

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Actor Steve Gleason has a networth that has to be considered more than decent.


Steve Gleason started his professional career in 2000. He was signed as an undrafted free agent by Indianapolis Colts. He did not get to play a competitive match for them as he was released after the preseason. He was then signed by New Orleans Saints in November and placed in their practice squad. He was the 191st pick of the 2001 XFL Draft when he was chosen by Birmingham Thunderbolts.

Personal Life

Steve Gleason is married to Michel Varisco Gleason since 2008. The couple has a son and a daughter. Their names are Rivers and Gray. When they came to know about the first pregnancy, it had been six weeks since Steve was first diagnosed with ALS. His bout with ALS was recorded over a period of five years.

Inspirational Quotes by Steve Gleason

If we have a purpose in life beyond being a cog in the human machine, mine is to help inspire people and that's pretty cool. I would like to motivate the world.

Steve Gleason

Typing with your fingers or thumbs is sooooo 2012. I tweeted that earlier in the year. I type with my eyes. Not only that, I navigate my computer, create and play music, keep a calendar, conference call, lead web X meetings, text and, obviously, tweet with my eyes.

Steve Gleason

Does anyone know if Lamborghini makes wheelchair vehicles? If not, I want to change that.

Steve Gleason

A terminal diagnosis can really mess with your head. Honestly, it makes you want to run away to the moon. Many ALS patients want to fade away quietly. This was not for me.

Steve Gleason

Many ALS patients end up fading away quietly and dying. For me, this was not OK. I did not want to fade away quietly.

Steve Gleason