Bryce Harper Age, Net Worth, Wife, Family & Biography

Net Worth $70 Million
Name Bryce Harper
Date of Birth 16 October 1992
Age 30 Years Old
Gender Male

Bryce Harper Net Worth

$70 Million

Bryce Harper Popularly known as Bryce Aron Max Harper is an American baseball right fielder. As of 2022, Bryce Harper’s net worth is $70 million. He accumulated his net worth through advertisements and brand collaboration on his social media accounts.

During his time with the Washington Nationals in the Major League Baseball, he played from 2012 to 2018. As a “five-tool player,” he has been much praised. 

2012 saw him win the NL Rookie of the Year Award, and in 2015 he was tied for the league lead in home runs. The Baseball Writers’ Association of America unanimously awarded him the NL Most Valuable Player for 2015, making him the youngest MLB player to win the award at the age of 22.

Bryce Harper Wiki/Biography

Born on 16 November 1992, Bryce Harper’s age is 30 Years Old as of 2022. He was born and raised in a well-settled Christian family in Las Vegas, Nevada, the United States. He is an American by nationality and has his belief in the Christian religion. He completed his early schooling at Las Vegas High School in Sunrise Manor, Nevada, United States.

Bryce Harper Childhood Pic

After that, he also enrolled himself at the College of Southern Nevada. From the very beginning of his childhood, he was more interested in baseball rather than in studying.

Name Bryce Harper
Full Name Bryce Aron Max Harper
Net Worth $70 Million
Date of Birth 16 October 1992
Age 30 Years Old
Birth Place Las Vegas, Nevada, the United States
Currently Live in Las Vegas
Profession Baseball Right Fielder
Years Active 2019 – Present
Nationality American
Religion Christian
Ethnicity White American
Hometown Las Vegas, Nevada, the United States
Zodiac Libra
School/High School Las Vegas High School in Sunrise Manor, Nevada, United States
College/University College of Southern Nevada, United States
Education Qualification Graduate

Family, Wife & Relationships

Bryce Harper’s Parents are Ron and Sheri Harper. Bryce Harper’s father’s name is Mr. Ron Harper who is an American former basketball player by profession and his mother’s name is Mrs. Sheri Harper who is a Chief People Officer at Tire Discounters Inc by profession. He also has two siblings, his elder brother name is Bryan Harper and his sister Brittany Harper-Peterson.

Bryce Harper’s Brother

Bryce Harper’s marital status is married. Currently, he is married to former Football player Kayla Varner.

Bryce Harper with his Wife

They couple are blessed with two children named Krew Aron Harper and Brooklyn Elizabeth Harper. 

Bryce Harper with his Son

Father Name Ron Harper
Mother Name Sheri Harper
Brother Name Bryan Harper
Sister Name Brittany Harper Peterson
Girlfriend Kayla Varner
Marital Status Married
Wife Kayla Varner
Children Name Krew Aron Harper (Son)
Brooklyn Elizabeth Harper (Daughter)

Physical Appearance

Bryce Harper is a good-looking smart and handsome man with a charming and dashing personality. He owns a strong and attractive physique with impressive body measurements and a normal body type.

He is about 6 feet 3 inches in height and his body weight is around 97 Kg. He has short and stylish light brown thick wavy hair color and also has blistering dark grey color beautiful and mesmerizing eyes.

Height (approx) in centimeters: 192 cm
in meters: 1.92 m
in feet inches: 6’ 3”
Weight (approx) in kilograms: 97 kg
in pounds: 210 lbs
Eye Colour Grey
Hair Colour Brown


Bryce Harper started his career as a basketball player. He grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada, and went to Las Vegas High School. He was likened to LeBron James on the cover of Sports Illustrated in May 2009. It was in October 2009 that he received his GED, which made him eligible for the MLB draft in June 2010 so that he could begin his professional baseball career sooner.

He played catcher for the College of Southern Nevada (SWAC, NJCAA) in 2010, his first season as an NCAA Division I student-athlete. Harper was 17 years old at the time. His elder brother Bryan, a starting pitcher with the Southern Nevada Coyotes and a teammate from high school, frequently worked with him as a battery. When Harper made the move from college to professional baseball, he had an edge since the SWAC, like the MLB, employs wooden bats in conference play.

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