Skateboarder Rob Dyrdek has always been cool — probably because he keeps reinventing his career! The entrepreneur/TV star’s latest venture, the MTV talent show amazingness, premieres Dec. 8, so let’s take a closer look at the 43-year-old’s envy-inducing life so far (Spoiler: He once tangled with the Hells Angels…)

What is Rob Dyrdek’s net worth?

Bankrate estimates Rob’s net worth at around $50 million. And he can thank DC Shoes for a lot of that wealth!

Does Rob Dyrdek own DC Shoes?

No, but Rob was sponsored by the footwear company for two decades. And when his DC Shoes contract lapsed in 2016, Rob went on a “straight bender,” purchasing dozens of Nike and Asics kicks.

Is Rob Dyrdek married?

Rob is indeed taken. In September, he celebrated his two-year anniversary with wife Bryiana Dyrdek, whom he proposed to at Disneyland. “I could never create the words to express how deeply and truly I love her and us,” he said in a March 2016 Instagram caption.

Does Rob Dyrdek have a kid?

Yep, Rob and Bryiana welcomed a son in September 2016, and she’s currently pregnant with their second child! “Say hello to Kodah Dash Dyrdek aka Dash aka KD aka K-Dash aka Dah-Da,” the proud papa wrote on Instagram when his son was born. “[We] feel so incredibly blessed and thankful for our healthy baby boy.”

Who is Rob Dyrdek’s cousin?

His most famous cousin is probably Chris “Drama” Pfaff, who Rob once threw under the bus after he was sued by the motorcycle club Hells Angels for (allegedly) ripping off their logo for the Young & Reckless clothing label. “If you need to stomp anyone out, stomp this guy out,” he joked to TMZ, while making it abundantly clear he has no stake in the business.

What are Rob Dyrdek’s tattoos?

There are too many to list! In fact, many of his tattoos have no particular significance, but angels are a recurring theme. “I went with angels because they look cool,” he told Inked. “I won’t mind being 80 or 90 years old, all wrinkly, with angels on me. I like to think of it as having this compilation of art on me, rather than this compilation of meaning.”