Heather Storms Biography
Heather Storms is an American actress and television personality who is best known for co-hosting the smash series “Garage Squad” on the Velocity Network. For the Caribbean Hotel Association, Heather created ‘Eco-Conscious’ toolkits. Heather also has a SCUBA Rescue Diver on hand to protect the queen conch population in the Turks and Caicos Islands.
How old is Heather Storms? – Age
She was born on 24 May 1992 in West Chester, Pennsylvania, United States. She is 30 years as of 2022.
Where did Heather Storms go to school? – Education
She attended Oregon State University and finished with a degree in Environmental Science before working in Puerto Rico.
Heather Storms – Family
Heather and her family moved to Montana when she was 12 years old, and it drastically affected her life, as she has stated. Her father, on the other hand, had an impact on her and provided her strength, educating her to be an independent young woman. She grew up trekking and riding horses, and she acquired a strong passion for the outdoors.
Heather Storms Height
She is 5 feet 5 inches (1.72 meters) tall.
What is Heather’s Salary?
Her salary is under review.
Heather’s Net Worth
Her net worth is predicted to be $1.7 million.
Heather Storms Career – Movies & TV Shows
Heather made her acting debut in 2003, playing Melissa in “Underbelly,” and went on to work in 2006 on “Lies and Alibis,” “Dorm Daze 2,” and “Always a First Time.” She was then cast in the roles of Alexis in “No Bad Days” in 2008 and Sally in “Nail Demon” the following year. Storm started working on “1000 Ways to Die” in 2011 and supplied voice recordings for “Nightingale” in 2014. Heather was recently cast as the host in the television movie “Tae-Bo Evolution” in 2017.
She has had 22 acting roles in all, which has given her more exposure to fans and media attention.
Storm is also renowned for hosting “Garage Squad,” a reality TV show that follows the group as they renovate the cars featured in the series. Storm has made a name for herself working on this series, collaborating with luminaries like Ron Gregurich, Cy Kellogg, and Bruno Massel. Heather enjoys writing blog pieces, which she publishes on her official website in addition to her television job. One of her most recent postings talked about SEMA, an industry vehicle exhibition held in Las Vegas. She also talked about her road trip from Los Angeles to Las Vegas.