Jason Silva is an American television personality, filmmaker, philosopher, and public speaker, who lives in New York City. 34-year-old Jason currently hosts one of the famous show that airs on the 'National Geographic' called the 'Brain Games'.
Jason's Net worth and Sources of Earnings
Jason Silva is a dynamic person whose main source of earnings are television shows and short films. Besides this, he also talks about philosophy and spirituality in many places of the world. This TV personality is a secretive type of person as he never talks much about his earnings.
However, he works at world's famous geographic channel, National Geographic. Since he holds a prestigious job and his pictures in his twitter account suggest his lavish livelihood, we can a s sume that he has a net worth of more than $10 million.
Jason Silva's Career
Jason has been active in the Television industry since 2005. He served as a producer and presenter in 'Current' TV, from 2005 to 2011. In 2013, he was appointed as a co-host of the show 'Brain Games' by National Geographic.
Since then, he has been hosting the show along with Apollo Robbins. This show explores the brain through interactive games such as perception, decision making, and, brain's illusion. The show has millions of viewers worldwide and it is rated as one of the best shows of 'National Geographic'.
Jason is a self-described wonder Junkie and philosopher, a term he first heard on a website called 'Space Collective' by Rene Dallier. He uses television, social media, and lectures halls to share his perspectives about the connection between philosophy, science, and technology. In his video "The Morning Mind', he has explored human consciousness and the creation of that consciousness through self-reference.
He is a prolific speaker too and he has spoken at Google, TEDGlobal, and, several conferences organized by many institutions. In September 2012, he presented 'We Are the Gods Now' at the Festival of Dangerous Life.
In May 2013, he started 'Shots of Awe', a youtube channel on the Discovery's Testube presenting weekly 'micro-doc u mentaries' on creativity, innovation, futurity, metaphysics and, the human condition. Moreover, he has been featured in The Atlantic, The Economist, Vanity Fair, and, Forbes news.
Jason's Personal Life
Jason is a spiritual person who loves to talk about philosophy, metaphysics, and technology. He has never talked much about his personal life and he seems to be currently single.