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Jon Dorenbos is a former American football long snapper and magician. He was born on July 21, 1980 in Humble, Texas. He attended Pacifica High School in Garden Grove, California, and played college football at the University of Texas at El Paso. Dorenbos was signed by the Buffalo Bills as an undrafted free agent in 2003. He played for the Bills for three seasons before being traded to the Tennessee Titans in 2006. He then played for the Philadelphia Eagles from 2006 to 2016. During his time with the Eagles, he was selected to the Pro Bowl in 2009 and 2011. In 2016, Dorenbos was diagnosed with an aortic aneurysm and had to undergo open-heart surgery. He was released by the Eagles in 2017 and retired from football. Dorenbos is also a professional magician and has appeared on America's Got Talent and Penn & Teller: Fool Us. He has also performed at the White House and on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. As of 2021, Jon Dorenbos's net worth is estimated to be $2 million.
|43 years old
|21 July, 1980
|Humble, Texas, U.S.
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Jon Dorenbos Height, Weight & Measurements
At 43 years old, Jon Dorenbos height is 1.83 m .
Who Is Jon Dorenbos's Wife?
His wife is Annalise Dale (m. 2017), Julie Dorenbos (m. 2010–2015)
|Annalise Dale (m. 2017), Julie Dorenbos (m. 2010–2015)
Jon Dorenbos Net Worth
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|$1 Million - $5 Million
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In 2019 it was announced he will compete on America's Got Talent: The Champions. He performed in the third episode of the series and was the third-runner up for his episode behind Billy & Emily England and Paul Potts. However, he was advanced to the final with the wildcard. He then was eliminated in the final 12 missing out on advancing to the final 5 acts.
On the episode of America's Got Talent: The Champions that aired on February 11, 2019 Jon announced that he and his wife Annalise are expecting their first child. On an appearance on Ellen in March 2019, he revealed as part of a magic trick that he and his wife are expecting a girl.
On August 28, 2017, the Eagles traded Dorenbos to the New Orleans Saints in exchange for a 2019 seventh-round draft pick. On September 7, it was revealed that Dorenbos was diagnosed with aortic aneurysm, which required immediate heart surgery. He was placed on the non-football illness list by the Saints the same day, and released with an injury settlement on September 9 before retiring. On February 4, 2018, the Eagles won Super Bowl LII; Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie promised after the game that Dorenbos would receive a Super Bowl ring alongside the rest of the organization. Dorenbos was presented with his Super Bowl ring on June 21, 2018.
In 2017 Dorenbos married Annalise Dale. Jon owns a service dog named Saint. Dorenbos's sister, Kristina, works in the pharmacology department at Creighton University School of Medicine. His brother, Randy, works in "MD Roofing" in California
During a physical, Jon was diagnosed with an aortic aneurysm, and required open-heart surgery. He has since recovered and is doing well. Jon appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show as a helper in November 2017, March and May 2018.
On November 18, 2016, Dorenbos signed a three-year, $3.395 million contract extension with the Eagles through 2019. He was placed on injured reserve on December 12, 2016 following surgery for an injured wrist.
In 2016, he performed on the eleventh season of America's Got Talent and made it through the auditions with a card trick. In the Judge Cuts round, Dorenbos got the golden buzzer from guest judge Ne-Yo and immediately advanced to the next round. In the quarterfinal round of the Live Shows, Dorenbos asked all 4 judges to draw something on paper, predicted which judge drew what, and then a bottle was broken that contained his correct predictions of all of the judges' drawings. In the semifinals, he asked the judges to throw a football at a U.S. map, then revealed 4 quarters from a locked chest whose "tail" sides represented the states hit by the judges' footballs. Dorenbos also revealed a hidden map that predicted the locations of the judges' throws. This performance resulted in his advancing to the Top 10 finals on September 13, 2016, where he told an inspirational story while manipulating playing cards that the judges signed. He finished in 3rd place for the season, with fellow contestant Grace VanderWaal as the winner.
On January 20, 2010, Dorenbos was named to the NFC's Pro Bowl team. On March 11, 2013, he re-signed with the Eagles. On January 16, 2015, Dorenbos was named to his second Pro Bowl team. Following the releases of veterans Trent Cole and Todd Herremans in the 2015 offseason, Dorenbos became the Eagles' longest tenured player.
Dorenbos is the host of Inside the Eagles, which airs on Eagles Television Network. In 2009, he won a Mid Atlantic Emmy Award for his performances.
Dorenbos was signed to a two-year contract by the Philadelphia Eagles on November 29, 2006 after Mike Bartrum suffered a career-ending neck injury. He played in the last seven games of the 2006 season, including 2 postseason games. He made two special team tackles in 2006. In 2007, he played in all 16 games for the Eagles, and on December 29, 2007, he signed a five-year contract extension that kept him under contract through the 2012 season. He made six total special team tackles in 2007. In 2008, he played in all 16 games for the second-consecutive season. He made five special team tackles in 2008. Dorenbos arrived late to training camp in 2009 after he caught shingles and could not get on an airplane to fly to Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, where Eagles training camp was held. He played in all 16 games in 2009, and made four special team tackles.
Dorenbos was signed by the Tennessee Titans on October 26, 2005, the same day he worked out for the team. He played in the last nine games of the 2005 season. He was scheduled to become a restricted free agent in free agency in 2006, but the Titans decided not to offer him a tender. He became an unrestricted free agent on March 3. He was not signed for training camp in 2006, but was re-signed on October 13 by the Titans for an October 15 game against the Washington Redskins. He was released on October 25.
After college, Dorenbos was signed as a long snapper by the Buffalo Bills as an undrafted free agent following the 2003 NFL Draft. He was one of only two undrafted free agents to make the team in 2003. He played in his first NFL game on September 7, 2003 against the New England Patriots. He played in all 16 games for the Bills in 2003. In 2004, he led the league in tackles at his position. He played in the first 13 games of the 2004 season before damaging knee ligaments and being placed on the injured reserve list, ending his season. After training camp in 2005, Dorenbos was waived on September 6 during final roster cuts.
Dorenbos grew up in Woodinville, Washington, and on August 2, 1992, when he was 12, his mother, Kathy, was killed by his father, Alan, a software specialist. His father was charged with and convicted of second-degree murder, and sentenced to 13 years and eight months in prison. Dorenbos was sent to a foster home. After a legal battle, he was adopted by his aunt and uncle, Susan and Steve Hindman. To ease his mind, Dorenbos turned to performing magic. However, Dorenbos had a brief reunion with his estranged father in 2019, and said that he has forgiven him for murdering his mother.
Jonathan Paul Dorenbos (/ˈ d ɔːr n b ə s / ; born July 21, 1980) is a former American football long snapper and magician. He played college football at the University of Texas at El Paso and was signed by the Buffalo Bills as an undrafted free agent in 2003. Dorenbos also played for the Tennessee Titans and Philadelphia Eagles, with whom he played 11 seasons and played in 162 consecutive games. After getting traded to the New Orleans Saints in the 2017 preseason, it was discovered Dorenbos had an aortic aneurysm that required immediate surgery and ended his career. The trade was rescinded and the Eagles returned the pick to the Saints. The Eagles would go on to win Super Bowl LII that season, and it was announced Dorenbos would get an honorary ring.