Cade Holt is a son of Mark Holt and Kim Holt, who was born on July 16, 2001, in Mississippi, America. His sun sign is Cancer. As his sign suggests, Cade should be a receptive and highly sensitive boy with empathy.
Additionally, his name is an English origin word which means round or barrel.
Cade Holt's Net worth
Cade Holt is an American skateboarder with an estimated net worth of $100 thousand. His net worth accumulates from his successful career.
Currently, 19 years old, the skateboarder also runs a YouTube channel of his own.
Cade's Sister Olivia Holt is an American actress and singer born on August 5, 1997.
Olivia appeared in the Disney XD series Kickin' It, Disney Chanel Original Movie Girl Vs. Monster and the Disney Channel Original Series I Don't do It and her net worth is estimated at $5 million.
In 2018, she starred as Dagger in a Freeform series Cloak and Dagger.
Other than being an actress, Olivia is also a partner with a mobile gaming system maker PlayMG and represents the business firm as its speaker and part-owner. In 2016, she has announced the brand ambassador of Neutrogena, skincare, and cosmetics.
He also has another elder sister Morgan Toll, who is also an American actress and writer, born on December 27, 1990, in Tennessee. Reportedly, her career began with minor roles in small movies.
Morgan's net worth is estimated at around $1 million. Besides that, she also earns big-time through advertisements, deals, endorsement and brand promotions.
Not to forget, Cade Holt is a brother of two known actresses in America and also is a famous skateboarder. Without any doubt, he has a lavish lifestyle.
Cade is active on social media and uses Instagram and Twitter. His Instagram account is @realcadeholt and the Twitter account is @Code_Holt.
He has limited his followers on both sites and has 239 people on Instagram and 661 people follow him on Twitter. Though it's his personal account, he mostly posts a picture with his sister Olivia Holt.
In addition, Holt has a Youtube channel in which he gives skating tips to new learners.