Phillip Margera Sr. – Obituary
Philip Margera Sr. passed away on November 17, 2021 at the age of 86. He was a retired car painter, reality TV star, and an actor.
He was known for his role on the Viva La Bam television series and the Jackass movie franchise. He also worked as a baker and accountant.
Phillip Margera was born in Broomall, Pennsylvania and he started his career as a reality television star. He and his wife, April, have an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Phil was also a celebrity fitness trainer and he lost 18 kilos while appearing on the second season of the Celebrity Fit Club show. He and his family are devoted to helping others.
His wife, April, is also a television personality and has appeared in various shows including Viva La Bam and Jackass. They have two children and thirteen grandchildren.
The death of Phil Margera is a big loss for the entertainment industry. He was one of the most recognizable faces in reality television and had a huge following.
Aside from his TV work, Phil was also a successful baker and accountant, as well as a husband and father. He was also a popular and beloved member of the community and loved spending time with his family and friends.
He was a good person and always had a positive outlook on life. He was always joking around and had a good sense of humor.
Despite his success, Phil was still in love with his wife, April, and had a wonderful relationship with her. She was his best friend and he adored her. They were married for 38 years and they have a daughter and a son together.
Phil was a very hard worker and had a strong work ethic. He was a great father and grandfather. He and his family were very supportive of his work as a reality TV star.
His work ethic and dedication to his family are what made him a popular and admired figure in the world of entertainment. He had a large network of fans and was considered a great actor and comedian.
He died after suffering from kidney and liver failure. He was in and out of the hospital for the last several months.
According to his sister-in-law, he was a “loving and caring” man who was never aggressive or rude. He was also a very good cook and loved to make his friends and family food.
Philip Margera is survived by his sons, Vincent and Phil, Jr.; his daughters, Darlene, Ruth, Belinda and Patrick; 13 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his brothers, John, Michael and John, III; his sisters, Mary and Janet; as well as many other relatives and friends.
In addition to his TV work, Phil was also an active athlete and a golfer. He also enjoyed traveling and meeting new people. He was also a great baker and a very loving and caring husband and father.