Kim Collins Net Worth 2024


Kim Collins Net Worth

How rich is Kim Collins? For this question we spent 5 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2024 year – is about $184,5 Million.



Kim Collins information Birth date: January 19, 1959 Birth place: Saint Peter Basseterre Parish, Saint Kitts and Nevis Height:5 10 (1.78 m) Weight:66 kg Profession:Actor Education:Texas Christian University

Height, Weight

:How tall is Kim Collins – 1,64m.
How much weight is Kim Collins – 80kg


Kim Collins Net Worth
Kim Collins Net Worth
Kim Collins Net Worth
Kim Collins Net Worth


Kim was born in Houston, Texas. He caught the acting bug early at the tender age of 5. He grew up in the theater in Houston and started acting in films at age 16. He acted in Los Angeles for over 20 years as a professional actor where he Guest Starred on General Hospital, was on such sitcoms as Perfect Strangers as well as Cheers and Star …
Biography,Collins competed in college for Texas Christian University. He competed on behalf of his country in the 1996, 2000, 2004, and 2008 Summer Olympics.Collins made his debut at major championship at the 1996 Olympics, where he qualified for the second round in the 100 m. He improved quickly, and at the 2000 Summer Olympics, he became the first athlete from his nation to qualify for an Olympic final, finishing 7th in the 100 m. The next year, Collins would win St. Kitts first World Championship medal, when he tied for the bronze medal in the 200 m.At the 2002 Commonwealth Games, he won his first major title. After the 100 m race, which Collins won after two other favourites pulled out of the final with injuries, he failed a doping test, testing positive for the steroid Salbutamol. However, it was found that the banned substance was part of the asthma medication Collins had been taking for several years, but had neglected to mention to the medical commission. Collins eventually was allowed to keep his title, and got away with a warning.Collins was featured on a set of two stamps from St Kitts issued in 2002.[11]The 100 m at the 2003 World Championships became the biggest triumph of his career. With Olympic and World Champion Maurice Greene eliminated in the semi finals, the field was wide open. In a very close race, where the top four athletes finished within 0.02 seconds, Collins won and became the first world champion from Saint Kitts and Nevis.At the 2004 Olympics, Collins again made the final of the 100, finishing 6th. At the 2005 World Championships, Collins claimed a bronze medal in the 100 m behind Justin Gatlin and Michael Frater though he was given the same time as the latter.Finishing fourth in his heat, Collins qualified for the finals in the mens 200 m race in the 2008 Beijing Olympics and finished in sixth place on 20 August 2008. He competed at the 2009 World Championships and reached the quarter-finals of the competition, but he was eliminated after finishing in fourth place behind eventual finalists Asafa Powell, Darvis Patton and Marc Burns. He announced his retirement from international athletics in September that year, bringing an end to a career that spanned almost 17 years.[12]Collins returned to athletics on 29 January 2011 at the Aviva International Match in Glasgow, reversing his retirement at the age of 34, and he finished fourth in the 200 metres. He then won at the Russian Winter Meeting in Moscow.[13] He set a 60 m personal best and national record of 6.52 seconds to win at the PSD Bank Meeting in Dusseldorf, overhauling his best mark which he had set nearly eleven years earlier.[14] That time did not stand for as long, however, as he ran 6.50 seconds in the heats of the BW-Bank Meeting a few days later.[15] Collins won both his heat and semi-final races in the 100m at the 2011 World Championships before finishing third and winning a bronze medal in the final after the disqualification of Usain Bolt.[16] At the mens 4 ? 100 m relay qualifying heats, Collins ran the second leg for the St Kitts and Nevis relay squad and helped clock a national record of 38.47, leading to St. Kitts and Nevis first-ever final. The last event saw Collins team up with Jason Rogers, Antoine Adams and Brijesh Lawrence to clock 38.49 to win the bronze medal.[17]At the XVI PanAmerican Games in Guadalajara 2011, Collins broke the 28-year-old PanAmerican Games record with a time of 10.00 in the early heat. He finished second in the finals to Jamaicas Lerone Clarke. His silver medal was the first-ever medal for St. Kitts and Nevis at the Pan-Am Games.[18][19]Collins was expelled by his team from the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, England on 4 August 2012 for missing training sessions. He said he was being punished for spending time with his wife.[20]


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