How much worth is Marty Lagina? Marty is a well-known American reality tv personality, entrepreneur as well as an engineer. He has a net worth of approximately $ 100 million. He is popular for starring in reality television show series termed The Curse of Oak Island, which aired back in 2014.
Marty Lagina happened to the executive producer of the series in the reality show. At the beginning of 2016, the show features Marty and his sibling Rock, whose originality is from Kingsford in Michigan, where they worked hard to find the treasures believed to be hidden on the island.
The two brothers were attracted to the island after they went through a copy of Reader’s Digest in 1965. The story’s plot featured a family of Restall that at one time they were doing an investigation on the treasures which went missing a long time ago. Up to date, the two brothers have the controlling power of the Oak Island Tours Company, which has the greatest shares on the island.
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Net Worth: $100 million
Born: August 26, 1955
Country of Origin: United States of America
Source of Wealth: Entrepreneur
Last Updated: 2021
Early Life of Marty Lagina
Marty Lagina was sired on the 26th of August, 1955, in Michigan. His mother is an ex-dancer, motorcycle, treasure-hunter and sometimes working in a medical clinic. Marty had other siblings, his brother Rick and a sister Matina, Lagina.
Lagina joined an oil firm known as Amoco Production Company. This happened immediately after he graduated from school in 1977. During his working period as an engineer, he as well acquired a degree in law from the University of Michigan and later decided to go and lay his own company known as Terra Energy Ltd.
Career Life of Marty
Despite being a reality tv star, he is also a successful business. The business has enabled him to supply the Oak Island Tours with money. Before joining the TV, Marty Lagina was involved in natural gas as well as wind power extraction. His company, known as terra energy, was the first to contact the extraction of natural gas stating from shale and across the midwest back in the 1990s.
Later on, Marty Lagina opted to sell the terra energy company to CMS Energy company at close to $58 million. Thereafter, he opened a new company named Heritage Sustainable that ventured only on generating wind power. Today, heritage is in the process of setting up the construction of 69 wind turbines in Missaukee in Michigan.
By the conclusion of this project, Marty Lagina will emerge as the largest wind-energy producer around the entire of Michigan and in the mid-east. Marty owns a winery known as Vineyards. His family used to be a wine-making family in Italy. Therefore, Marty decided to launch on in 1999.
The family was not much successful until 2006 where they could manage to make a flagship bottle termed Row 7. Recently, Mari vineyards possess more than 60 acres in Michigan, where Marty’s son Alex Lagina runs the winery. Some of the Tv shows Marty featured are
- ‘The Curse of Oak Island since 2014
- The curse of Oak Island Drilling Down
- The Curse of Oak Island: Digging Deeper
The Curse of Oak Island is almost releasing its seventh season. Thus this shows that the show has accumulated a reasonable number of viewers, and it will continue to attract profit for its producers. Marty’s business is not doing badly. Therefore, they continue to bring in more cash.
Personal life of Marty Lagina
The reality TV star ‘Marty Lagina’ is married to Margaret Olivia. Margaret schooled in Reuter’s college where he studied Geological engineering, and she has worked in several petroleum companies. The couple has two kids together, Alex, who followed his father’s steps and took an engineering course running the family’s company and their daughter Maddie.
Favourite Quotes from Marty
- ‘It’s such a puzzle in front of use; I think that’s as far as we thought of it. It’d be a pleasant problem. I hope if we unearth something that big and that historically important. We would have to deal with that then, I guess.’
- ‘The first comment about that, I find that very instructive because when we look back to history, one of the things we worry about is-is it a hoax? Was that date misreported? But hoaxers don’t do what you just described. They don’t spend their lives there, and their entire fortune, looking.’