• Edward Carl Webb, also known as Rake Yohn, was born in 1975 and is an American national.
• He is best known as a member of the group CKY Crew and as an actor in films made by the group Jackass.
• Rake starred in the series “CKY video series” in 1998, and was later invited by Jackass to appear in their eponymous series from 2001 to 200•
• As of August 2020, Rake is married with two children and his net worth is estimated to be over $1 million.
• He enjoys sports, skateboarding and watching movies in his spare time.
Known from movies
|Net value||$1 million|
|Date of birth||January 20, 1975|
|Fact||Met Brandon DiCamillo through his younger brother Art.|
Who is Rake Yohn and what is he doing now?
Edward Carl Webb was born in West Chester, Pennsylvania, USA, on January 20, 1975 – his zodiac sign is Aquarius and he is an American national. He is perhaps the most famous because he was a member of the group CKY Crew, and also appeared in movies made by the group Jackass.
Youth and education
Rake was raised along with his younger brother Art Webb by their father, who was a lawyer, and their mother, who was a nurse.
Rake became interested in chemistry when he entered high school and always enjoyed going to the lab and mixing ingredients to make something new. enrolled at Penn State University after matriculation in 1993. He graduated in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry and specialized in synthetic materials.
Rake was friends with a girl whose brother is Brandon DiCamillo, a founding member of the CKY Crew, which is how the two first met. Brandon asked Rake if he would help him film something. and so the CKY Crew started shooting their videos and later their movies.
Career as an actor
Rake’s career as an actor started in 1998 when he starred in the series of videos called “CKY video series” along with his friends. Not long before that, the boys chose ‘CKY’ as their name, which stands for ‘Camp Kill Yourself’. ‘.
After being spotted by the Jackass crew, Rake was invited to star in their eponymous series which aired from 2001 to 2002 and appeared in three episodes. After that, he appeared in “Criminal Mischief” and “Jackass: The Movie” in 2002, and in the year 2003, he starred in the independent comedy “Haggard: The Movie”as well as in the reality TV series “Viva La Bam”, both of which were created by Jackass.
Rake then guest-starred in a single episode of the series “The Dudsons”, and was subsequently cast to appear in the movie “A Halfway House Christmas”. In subsequent years, he appeared in the series “Blastazoid”, the movie “Jackass 2.5” and the movie “Hotdog Casserole”.
In 2009, Rake starred in the movie “Minghags” created by professional skateboarder Bam Margera, and in 2010 he appeared in one of the last Jackass movies “Jackass 3D”. On June 20, 2011, Ryan Dunn, a close friend of Rake’s and a member of Jackass, died while drunk driving his Porsche 911 GT3, and his crew paid tribute to him with their “A Tribute to Ryan Dunn” series.
Rake was involved in only one series after Ryan’s death – “CKY: The Greatest Hits” in 2014.
The CKY crew
The crew was officially formed in 1999 with the release of their debut video “Landspeed presents: CKY”, and the main members were Bam Margera who paid for most of their recordings, Ryan Dunn, Brandon DiCamillo, Chris Raab, Rake and Jess Margera who is Bam’s brother and a member of his band CKY.
The group stopped making videos and movies in 2009, but they reunited in 2011 to pay tribute to Ryan Dunn, and they also released a special for him. In 2018, Chris Raab started a podcast “Bathroom Break”, and featured many of the guys from the CKY Crew, including Rake and Bam Margera.
Love life and wife Melissa Carr
Rake prefers to keep the details of his love life to himself, but it is known that he has been married to Melissa Carr for over a decade. The two have kept the exact date of the wedding a secret, but it is widely believed that the private ceremony was held sometime in 2009, attended only by their closest friends and family.
Not long after the wedding Melissa gave birth to their first childand their second followed two years later.
Rake hasn’t spoken about any women he might have dated before meeting Melissa, but it’s believed he was engaged at one time, but the two broke up three months before the wedding – it’s also believed he was in a long-term relationship with his high school sweetheart.
As of August 2020, Rake is married and has two children.
Hobbies and other interests
Rake is not a big fan of social media networks and is therefore not active on Instagram or Twitter. He has always been interested in sports and started playing soccer, football and basketball while attending high school. movies. He is still physically active, having at least two gym workouts and occasionally going for a run with his wife.
In his free time, Rake likes to watch movies, and his favorite actors are Jackie Chan, Buster Keaton and Tom Cruise, mainly because they do their own stunts in movies – some of his favorite movies are “Drunken Master”, “Steamboat Bill, Jr. .” and “Edge of Tomorrow”.
Rick is 45 years old. He has brown hair and blue eyes, is 1.89 m tall and weighs about 82 kg.
As of August 2020, his net worth is estimated at over $1 million.
|First and last name||Hark John|
|Net value||$1 million|
|Date of birth||January 20, 1975|
|Education||Pennsylvania State University|
|Brothers or sisters||Art Web|
|Movies||A Halfway House Christmas, Haggard: The Movie, Landspeed: CKY|
|1||Rake’s face is featured on the cover of CKY2K (2000) and CKY Vol. 2.|
|2||Met Brandon DiCamillo through his younger brother Art.|
|3||He is known for his intense aversion to mustard.|
|4||Brother of Art Webb.|
|5||Went to Pennsylvania State University.|
|6||Works as a chemist|
|borrowed happiness||2014||Short||Foursome dude|
|Hot dog dish||2008||Lex Tanner|
|A Halfway House Christmas||2005||Killer (as Rake Yohn)|
|Feral||2003||Hellboy (as Rake Yohn)|
|blastazoid||2006||Producer of TV series|
|Making ‘Jackass: The Movie’||2002||TV Special short documentary very special thanks – as Rake Yohn|
|The Fast Food King||2017||Film documentary||Himself|
|CKY greatest hits||2014||TV movie||Himself|
|Jackass 2.5||2007||Video documentary||Himself (as Rake Yohn)|
|Bam Margera presents: Viva La Bands Vol. 2||2007||Video||Himself|
|blastazoid||2006||TV serials||Himself (2006)|
|The Dudesons movie||2006||Documentary||Himself (as Rake Yohn)|
|Viva la Bam||2003-2006||TV serials||Himself|
|100 greatest funny moments||2006||Documentary about TV movies||Himself (as Rake Yohn)|
|Bam Margera presents: Viva La Bands||2005||Video short||Himself|
|CKY: Infiltrate, Destroy, Rebuild – The Video Album||2003||Video documentary||Herself (Cameo)|
|CKY Trilogy: Round 1||2003||Video||Himself|
|CKY Trilogy: Round 2||2003||Video||Himself|
|CKY 4 Latest and Greatest||2003||Video||Himself (as Rake Yohn)|
|Jackass: the movie||2002||Documentary||Himself (as Rake Yohn)|
|CKY 3||2001||Video||Himself (as Rake Yohn)|
|CKY documentary||2001||Video documentary short||Himself (as Rake Yohn)|
|CKY2K||2000||Video documentary||Himself (as Rake Yohn)|
|Land Speed: CKY||1999||Video||Himself (as Rake Yohn)|