Jim Bonacci‘s source of wealth comes from being a game designer. How much money is Jim Bonacci worth at the age of 41 and what’s his real net worth now?
As of 2021, Jim Bonacci’s net worth is $100,000 - $1M.
Jim Bonacci (born September 27, 1979) is famous for being game designer. He currently resides in New Jersey, United States. Most well known as the creator of the game Happy Wheels hosted by his website Total Jerkface, he has also created the Flash games Divine Intervention and GameTest12.
Source of Money
Place of Birth
|New Jersey, United States|
Date of Birth
|September 27, 1979 (age 41)|
Jim Bonacci is a Libra and was born in The Year of the Goat
Jim Bonacci was born in New Jersey, United States on Thursday, September 27, 1979 (Generation X). He is 41 years old and is a Libra. He went to Berlin, Germany for a month in 2011 and traveled to Thailand a year later.
He developed Flash early in 2002 and worked with Newgrounds to create the animated movies Oh Beautiful Day and Where’s My Bike. The education details are not available at this time. Please check back soon for updates. Jim Bonacci is a member of Richest Celebrities and Game Designers.
Jim is turning 42 years old in
UberHaxorNova created a video called “SPAM” in 2011 in response to Jim commenting that he “supports him and his mom.” Jim is a Libra. Libra is an air sign represented by the scales, an association that reflects Libra's fixation on balance and harmony. Relationships are paramount for Libras, who find balance in companionship. Libra is obsessed with symmetry and strives to create equilibrium in all areas of life. They are regularly coupled, and when they are, they must be careful about seeking attention outside the agreed-upon boundaries of their relationships.
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