Nicole Boyd who hails from Pennsylvania, is a famous actress, model, photographer, graphic designer, and social media personality and is better remembered as Bam Margera's wife.
The fine actress rose to prominence after appearing in the MTV sitcom Jackass. She also served as an actress and appeared at Pennhurst Asylum, one of the most terrifying haunted sites in the United States.
Nicole Boyd was born on January 24, 1984, in California, United States, despite being of Scottish ancestry. Her parents are Warren Boyd Sr. and Cynthia S Boyd. She also has a younger brother, Warren D Michael, who works as a filmmaker. Her father Warren deceased when she was 17 years old, in 2001. Following the sad tragedy, Nicole's mother, Cynthia Boyd, strengthened and fulfilled the roles of father, mother, and closest friend to herself and her brother.
Obviously, she gets along well with both her mom and her brother. She spent the entirety of her early life with her family in La Mirada, California. Though there is little information regarding her education, it is known that she graduated in science and holds a Bachelor's degree.
Nicole worked at The Prana House, a wellness business and apothecary dedicated to delivering education and counseling services regarding herbal medicines, as well as a holistic approach to a healthy lifestyle, prior to focusing largely on photography and acting. She is mostly a model and actress, but she has also worked as a photographer and graphic designer. She couldn't acquire enough as a graphic designer anymore. Then she attempted modeling, and she had a great deal of success there. She took a job as a photographer for Bam's band after she began dating him.
The lady was capable of making her breakthrough on the big screen in 2015, with the TV series "Togetherness." The show aided her in landing a role in the film "Jackass." She has also featured in Bam's Unholy Union, Haggard, Minghags: The Movie, One Bad Thing, and Viva La Bam, among other TV episodes and films. She worked as an actress and appeared at Pennhurst Asylum, one of the most terrifying haunted attractions in the United States.
Nicole Boyd'sNet Worth
Nicole Boyd'snet worth is predicted to be more than $1 million as of early 2022, achieved via success in her various activities such as acting, modeling, graphic design, photography, and as a social media influencer.
Her husband Bam Margera on the other hand is said to have a net worth of more than $30 million thanks to the success during his skateboarding career, as well as his numerous business endeavors.
Nicole Boyd and Bam Margera first met in late 2012 at the Phoenix Theatre in Petaluma, California, and began dating soon after. Only about a year after, as their romance was blossoming, they pushed it to the next level and married. Their unique marriage ceremony took place on October 5, 2013, in Reykjavik, Iceland, at the Random Hero Festival within the Reykjavik Art Museum. Their wedding vows were exchanged outside a huge audience at Margera's band "Fuckface Unstoppable's" charity fundraiser show. Following that was a standard rock 'n' roll concert complete with crowd surfing. Boyd has now been the band's official photographer, accompanying them on their shows and tours. During four years of being married and after numerous adventures, the pair was bestowed with a son named Phoenix Wolf in December 2017.
Bam was previously married to his ex-wife,Missy Rothstein, a childhood acquaintance. They wedded in 2007, but separated after three years and divorced two years later. Bam was formerly engaged to Jenn Rivelll, but the couple divorced in 2005. Margera filed for divorce from his ex-fiancee Rivell in 2006, saying she broke into his home.
Who is Bam Margera?
Brandon Cole Margera is a skateboarder, stunt performer, media personality, and filmmaker from the United States. He was born on September 28, 1979, in West Chester, Pennsylvania, United States, and was a troubled kid even as a child. He dropped out of high school but quickly became friends with several skateboarders. He started pulling stunts and filming himself skateboarding with his buddies, which led to the formation of the group Camp Kill Yourself, or CKY, and the release of countless videos under the banner.
This squad also included Chris Raab, Ryan Dunn, Brandon Novak, and Brandon DiCamillo. Brandon's professional career began in 1998. The group received a lot of notice for their abilities, and he in particular drew the attention of Jeff Tremaine, who urged him to join MTV. In the early 2000s, he rose to notoriety as one of the stars of the MTV reality stunt show 'Jackass' and its later sequels i.e “Jackass: the Movie”, “Jackass 3D”, “Jackass Number Two”, and “3.5”.
Nicole filled for her son's custody
Nicole Boyd has petitioned the court for guardianship of their son, Phoenix Wolf. However, she has not yet divorced her husband Bam. Nicole's motivation for requesting full custody of her child is unknown. It could be due to Bam's troublesome personality, as he sets a poor example for his son.
Regarding her desire for complete custody, Boyd will permit her spouse to meet his son with the assistance of a monitor. Margera can select the monitor, but Boyd must approve them during the visit.
Issues with Bam Margera
Bam abused his passion for booze in his twenties, contributing to his present drinking problems. As seen in photographs of "Jackass," he frequently drank alcohol and binge ate, and this drinking habit only worsened over time. He got into a confrontation with a woman in 2010 after she accused him of calling her a Negro. He was injured and taken to hospital after being beaten with a baseball bat. He was jailed in Iceland three years later for failing to pay for the damage he did to a rented car, which he damaged in a drunken state. He acquired a more serious drinking problem after feeling depressed after being forced to stop skating due to bone spurs. Following alcohol treatment, he confessed that he has mental health issues, food disorders, and anxiety issues, in addition to leading an unhealthy lifestyle. He'd gotten depressed as a result of his weight and injuries, which had practically taught him how to skate again.
After being mostly sober for a few years, he relapsed in 2018 following an encounter while on holiday in Colombia, when he was robbed at gunpoint. There is also a video of him trashing his own home, insulting his wife, and threatening his manager while intoxicated. He has a documented history of alcohol problems, but he has long claimed that he was generally sober during his marriage, despite trips to recovery institutions. Things got worse when he kept coming back to rehab centers after his child was born. In 2019, he claimed to have regular confrontations with his wife, mother, and friends, appealing for treatment for his drinking with television personality Dr. Phil. He was encouraged to seek therapy again after a private session with the doctor.