Gabby Douglas Net Worth 2021: Income, Endorsements, Cars, Wages, Property, Affairs, Family

In an interview that aired in 2017, Douglas made allegations of being sexually abused as a teenager by a former doctor for the USA Gymnastics, Larry Nassar.

Gabrielle Christina Victoria “Gabby” Douglas is a Women’s Artistic gymnast from America. She attained many prestigious titles and medals during her professional career at a very early age. Nicknamed as the “Flying Squirrel” she became the first African- American to be crowned as the Individual All-around champion in the Olympics history.

Gabby started her gymnastics journey very early at the age of three. She learned a straight cartwheel from her elder sister, Arielle’s technique who was also a former gymnast. By the age of four, Douglas had perfected a one-handed cartwheel.

She was crowned as the Virginia State Gymnastics Champion at just nine years of age.

Douglas was a member of an elite international gymnast squad dubbed as the “Fierce Five” and originally as the “Fab-Five” by US media. This squad of 5 members won gold in the 2012 and 2016 Olympics respectively.

This was the first gold medal on international soil by any women’s team competition in the 2012 Summer Olympics held in London.

NameGabrielle Christina Victoria Douglas
Place of OriginVirginia, United States
Net Worth US $4 Million
ProfessionArtistic Gymnast
Birthdate31st December 1995
Height5ft 2in
Years Active2008-12, 2014-16
AssociationsBuckeye Gymnastics
Other Names“Flying Squirrel”

Gabby Douglas Net Worth

The naturally talented Gymnast from the Gold-winning “Fierce-five” squad has a net worth of approx $3 Million.

On August 3, 2012, just hours after her gold win at the London Olympics, the Kellog’s Company announced Gabby to be the new cover girl of their  Special Edition Corn Flakes boxes projecting her winning moment at the podium.

Signing a multi-million deal with Douglas to be the new brand face of Kellog’s parent company Proctor&Gamble, estimated to be around a million which contributes a major part of her income.

Gabby Douglas Professional Career

2010Pan American Championship- Uneven BarsGOLD
 US Junior National Championship- BeamSILVER
2011World Championships TeamGOLD
2012US National Championships- Floor ExerciseBRONZE
 US National Championships- Uneven BarsGOLD
 US National Championships- All-aroundSILVER
 Secret US Classic- Uneven BarsGOLD
 Pacific Rim – Uneven BarsGOLD
 US Olympic Trials – Uneven BarsGOLD
 US Olympic Trials – All-Around TrialsGOLD
 Summer Olympics Team 2012GOLD
 London Olympics 2012 All-AroundGOLD
2015World Championships TeamGOLD
 World Championships All-AroundSILVER
 P&G Championships4th-Uneven Bars
  5th– All-around
  6th – Floor Exercise
 US Secret Classic- All-Around2nd
 City of Jesolo TrophyGOLD
2016City of Jesolo All-AroundGOLD
 AT&T American Cup All-AroundGOLD
 Rio Olympics Team 2016GOLD

Five members of the 2012 Summer Olympics team included Gabby Douglas, McKayla Maroney, Aly Raisman, Kyla Ross, and Jordyn Weiber

Gabby Douglas Brand Endorsements

  • Douglas’ successful run at the 2012 Olympics landed her with substantial endorsers and a lot of press attention.
List of Brands Endorsed
P&G (Kellogs Cereal)
Smoothie King
Mattel Inc.

 She also got featured on the TIME magazine cover page for the 2012 edition and was dubbed as the 2012 Associated Press “Female Athlete of the Year”.

Additionally, the Olympian has paid Partnerships on Instagram with Fab Fit Fun, NFL Extra Points Credit Card and also got featured in an advertisement for Honda that promoted giving back.

 A personalized Gymnast Barbie Doll “Shero” was modeled to celebrate the success of the golden girl.

She has her dedicated emoji called the “Gabbymoji”

Gabby Douglas Social Profiles

Gabby is proactive on social media as well sharing her emotions, thoughts, and inspiration to upcoming athletes in the same field.

Instagram Click Here1.5 M
Twitter Click Here932.6K
Facebook Click Here1.3M
Cameo Click Here920 Fans
Official WebsiteClick Here 

Gabby Douglas Appearances, Works, And Projects

  • After her successful run at the London and Rio Olympic Games, she became a role model for millions of people in her homeland. She shared her life experience with her autobiography “Grace, Gold, and Glory: My Leap of Faith”, which was released in 2012 and quickly rose to No. 4 on The New York Times Young Adult Bestseller List.
  • She further pursued to release another book in 2013 titled “Raising the Bar”.
  • Douglas was also approached to appear in showbiz and ad campaigns. Some of her appearances include:
YearPlatformGenreWorks and Projects
2012Nintendo video gameGame(ad campaign)“New Super Mario Bros 2”
2013Disney XDComedy Series“Kickin It”
2014LifetimeMovie“The Gabby Douglas Story”
2016Oxygen ChannelTV series“Douglas Family Gold”
2018CBS – S01 E01TV series“Undercover Boss”

Gabby Douglas Controversies

  • In an interview that aired in 2017, Douglas made allegations of being sexually abused as a teenager by a former doctor for the USA Gymnastics, Larry Nassar.
  • She further tweeted regarding the incident “dressing in a provocative/sexual way incites the wrong crowd.”
  • She was criticized by her fellow Olympic teammate Simon Biles for “victim-shaming” Aly Raisman who had also undergone the same sexual abuse by Nassar.

Gabby Douglas Family Life

Father’s Name: Timothy Douglas

Mother’s Name: Natalie Hawkins

Sibling’s: Arielle, Joyelle, Jonathan

Gabby always had a flair for gymnastics since she was a toddler. At the age of six her sister Arielle, who was also a former athlete convinced her mother to send Gabby to formal gymnastics classes.
At the age of eight, she became a Virginia State Gymnastics Champion.

Douglas is very close to her mother Natalie and both love to spend time with each other painting nails, chatting in their family house located in Tarzana, California.

Her hobbies include Knitting and reading in her free time.

Starred in “The Gabby Douglas Story” she owns two dogs, Zoway and Chandler and she is very fond of both.

Gabby Douglas Unknown Facts

  • She trained alongside an Olympic champion Shawn Johnson when she was just a junior talent.
  • Her Prelim Performance Scores in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London were so exceptional that she was the only female athlete who qualified for the individual all-around, bars, and beam finals.
  • She almost decided to call it quits right before being selected in the US National Team for the 2012 Olympics to lead a normal teenage life.

FAQ’S about Gabby Douglas

Q. What is Gabby Douglas Famous for?

Ans- Yes, Gabby Douglas became the first American to win gold for the team and all-around events at the 2012 Olympic Games in London

Q. Is Gabby Douglas Married?

Ans- No

Q. What is Gabby Douglas Age?

Ans- 25

Q. Is Gabby Douglas Retired from Gymnastics?

Ans- Yes, Douglas stopped training after the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Q. Was Gabby Douglas the first African-American All-around champion?

Ans- Yes

Q. What is Gabby Douglas’ Height?

Ans- 5ft 2In

Q. Where was Gabby Douglas born?

Ans- Virginia, United States

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Jasvinder Singh
I am Jasvinder Singh, a content specialist editor at Kheltalk, who is a sports enthusiast. I try to cover every cricket game being played on the planet. For me, sports is not limited to just writing but also playing it on the field as well.
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