Name: Jep Robertson
Born: May 28, 1978
Occupation: realty actor
Jep Robertson of Duck Dynasty is the youngest son of Kay and Phil Robertson. As the baby of the family, he also happens to be Mrs. Kay’s favorite. His older brothers Jase and Willie Robertson don’t have the same level of affection for their baby brother and often pick on him, even duct taping him to poles when the opportunity strikes.
Like his brothers, Jep works in the Duck Call Room creating the highly successful Duck Commander duck calls that his father invented in the early 1970s. When he’s not working on duck calls, you may find him recording and editing videos for the family’s hunting DVD series or playing sports, especially dodge ball for which he competes in competitions.
Jep and his wife Jessica have four children and are both active members of the community. Jep regularly gives speeches at local churches and community centers and is always happy to help in any way possible.
So how much is $8 million really?
You can always find Jep Robertson sporting some awesome athletic shoes. With $8 million he could buy some pretty fantastic pairs. As a sports fan, chances are Jep would love owning an original pair of Air Jordan 1s. A signed pair, of which there are only 12, would cost him roughly $25,000. With $8 million he could purchase all 12 pairs and still have enough money to purchase over 640 pairs of the second most expensive basketball shoe in the word, the Nike Air Mag. Of course, if these were signed by the most popular wearer of the shoe, Michael J. Fox, the price would be a bit more expensive than the typical $12,000 price tag.
With his love of dodge ball, he could also start his own team. The salary for a professional dodge ball player is $45,000 per year and a team has 6 players and up to 4 substitute players. With a full-team of 10 players, the total would run $450,000 per year. If Jep was on the team, he could save a bit of money.