Brandon McMillan is a television presenter, animal trainer animal behaviorist, the author as well as a television producer. McMillan is best known for his role as a trainer and host in the Emmy Award-winning television series "Lucky Dog" on CBS. Currently, he hosts the show "Great White Serial Killer" a documentary on Shark Week. McMillan is currently single.
Brandon McMillan Net worth
A multi-talented animal trainer and television producer Brandon McMillan surely earn a decent amount of money from his multiple careers. He has hosted the famous television series like Lucky Dog and Great White Serial Kille. Furthermore, as being an author, McMillan also adds money from writing books.
Moreover, he is the founder of the foundation named "The Argus Service Dog Foundation" where he trains dogs to assist disabled veterans. McMillan owns a luxurious house and car. However, his net worth is still under review. He often wears new bands and watches. Well, observing these all, McMillan surely has a good income.
Brandon McMillan Personal life
Brandon McMillan is famous for his work as an animal trainer and television host. He and his work are liked by lots of people throughout the world. However, regarding his personal life, McMillan is not married yet and is currently single. McMillan mostly keeps his personal details out of reach the people.
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Long ago when I found out nearly 3 million shelter animals are euthanized every year because they can't find homes I became a warrior for the cause. From grass roots we launched one of the most heart warming dog rescue shows on television. 4 years and 2 Emmy awards later, Lucky Dog continues to be the highest rated dog show on American television. We never imagined it getting this big but we continue to be up for the challenge of fighting for the voiceless and produce a show that makes you smile, laugh and cry all at the same time. This show is dedicated to the millions of shelter animals that never made it out. All new season of Lucky Dog premieres September 30th on CBS. #dogsofinstagram #rescuedog #luckydog #animals #puppy #labrador
Moreover, till the date, there are no any records of his past relationships too. Some of the rumors claimed him to be a gay but due to the lack of proof, it wasn't confirmed. Furthermore, McMillan hasn't done or said anything that makes us feel doubt regarding his sexuality.
Brandon McMillan Early life and Education
Brandon McMillan was born on April 29, 1977, in Trenton, New Jersey, United State.His father and uncle were exotic animal trainers in the entertainment industry. McMillan grew up around a variety of exotic animals including big cats, bears, primates and elephants.
Within his childhood, McMillan learned the art of training different animals from his father and uncle. However, his education background is still unknown.
Brandon McMillan Early Career
As being raised around a variety of exotic animals, Brandon McMillan learned the art of training different animals from his father and uncle. So at the age of 18, McMillan moved to Los Angele along with his uncle in order to work at well-known animal training companies for film and television Hollywood Animals.
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In 2009, McMillan hosted the Animal Planet series "NIGHT." While hosting the series Night, McMillan traveled different places around the globe in search of the nocturnal behavior of the world's most dangerous animals. After a year, in 2010, he opened a dog boarding and training facility outside of Los Angeles and started giving training and therapy to the dogs.
Youtube: Brandon McMillan while working at Animal Panet
Throughout his career, McMillan has worked in more than 30 countries. Ellen Degeneres, Andy Cohen, Don Cheadle, James Caa etc are some of the clients of McMillan. In 2013, McMillan hosted the series "Lucky Dog" on the CBS for which he won the Daytime Emmy Award as best host for a lifestyle series in 2015. Furthermore, "Lucky Dog" also won the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Series in 2016.
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Today on Lucky Dog... pic.twitter.com/Jh7jJbmQfU
— Brandon McMillan (@BrandonMcMillan) November 18, 2017
These days, he hosts the documentary on Shark Week called "Great White Serial Killer." Moreover, McMillan is the author of his book: "Lucky Dog Lessons: Train Your Dog in 7 Days." The book is written for the self-help for the dog lovers. McMillan also founded the foundation "The Argus Service Dog Foundation", where he trains the dogs to assist disabled veterans.
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Brandon McMillan Current activities
McMillan hosts the documentary on Shark Week called "Great White Serial." Furthermore, he also trains dogs to assist disabled veterans in his own foundation named: "The Argus Service Dog Foundation."