Robert Lance Mountain, born June 13, 1964, better known as Lance Mountain, is a professional skateboarder, actor, and artist. He is one of the most successful skateboarders in the world with top sponsors including Nike SB, Flip, Spitfire Wheels, and Bones Bearings.
|Full Name:||Robert Lance Mountain|
|Date of Birth:||June 13, 1964|
|Place of Birth:||Pasadena, California|
|State of Origin:||California|
|Net Worth:||$10 million|
Early Life and Education
Lance Mountain was born in Pasadena, California, to Ronald VJ Mountain and Patricia Mountain.
he attended Pasadena High school while he was still living with his parents.
In practically every amateur competition that he entered, Lance Mountain finished first or second. In 1981, Mountain began working for Variflex, which served as his first skateboard deck sponsor.
The following year, Mountain switched to the Powell-Peralta team (1982). Mountain’s friendship with Stacy Peralta, team manager and director of the Bones Brigade video series, developed while he was working for Powell-Peralta.
Mountain appears in eight Bones Brigade videos, including the well-known one titled The Search For Animal Chin (the final video was the 1991 production Eight).
In 1983, Lance Mountain furthered his reputation by winning the Upland Turkey Shoot competition at Upland Skatepark, which also featured fellow team riders Steve Caballero, Mike McGill, and Tony Hawk.
Lance Mountain then made his skateboarding debut in 1984’s The Bones Brigade Video Show, the sport’s first full-length company video, where he filmed the segue segments for each of the “vert” and “freestyle” parts.
These segments show Mountain skating through the streets of Los Angeles, California, as he performs technical skateboarding on flat ground.
Mountain is a prolific artist, he has catalog of his work which is divided into three categories: “Art Shows” (which includes all of Mountain’s art exhibitions, including “Locals Only” and “Love & Guts”).
“Art Owners” (which features photographs of people who own Mountain’s artwork), and “Random Stuff” (which features Mountain’s work on objects like coffee tables, stencils, and oil paint).
In 2011, Mountain and his son donated artwork to a show honoring Joe Strummer, a former member of The Clash who passed away in 2002.
- Thrashin’ (1986)
- Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol (1987)
- Gleaming the Cube (1989)
- Stoked (2002)
- Lords of Dogtown (2005)
- Rom Boys: 40 Years of Rad (2020)
Lance Mountain Net Worth
Lance Mountain is an American stakeholder and artist who has a net worth of $10 million.
Lance Mountain is a Christian. He is married to Yvette Loveless; they have a son together. He is living happily with his family.
- Instagram: @lancemountain