Scott Wolter Death, New Show, Wife, Net Worth

By Staff Writer | Updated On: 19 Jul, 2019
Scott Wolter Death, New Show, Wife, Net Worth

Quick Information

Date of Birth December 21st
Nationality American
Profession TV Personality
Marital Status Married
Wife/Spouse Janet Wolter
Ethnicity N/A
Net Worth N/A
Children/Kids Grant Wolter (Son), Amanda Wolter (Daughter)
Height N/A
Education University of Minnesota,

Scott is an interesting personality who has involved himself in quite a few controversies based on some of his claims, making many viewers question some of the claims Scott has made.

Scott Wolter is a forensic geologist and television host best known as the host of the series, America Unearthed. Based on Minnesota, Scott is the founder and president of American Petrographic Services and the inventor of Archaeopetrography.

One of the most talked-about controversies of his life took its form as viewers wondered if he could call himself an expert in forensic geology, when back in 2001, Scott admitted that he didn’t have training or experience in analyzing ancient materials of stone. 

Many critics questioned his expertise, and what also added more fuel to the fire was when it was discovered that his claim of honorary master’s degree from the University of Minnesota was nowhere to be found in their records.

But Scott still kept working for his interest in geology.

Today, Scott has proved himself as a capable geologist and author. On 28 April 2018, Scott even shared a picture of a sign that indicated death in his Twitter, which he was thinking to use as a cover for his new book.

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Moreover, Scott will also be a host of a new show in 2019, which is an updated version of the Travel Channel’s America Unearthed.

Throughout his career as a geologist, Scott received attention for his work and knowledge, which has undoubtedly helped him accumulate a significant amount of net worth.

Scott Wolter’s Family Life With Wife

Scott Wolter is married to his wife, Janet Wolter. They have been married for a long time, but any details about their wedding day are not revealed.

Janet Wolter is an American author known for her book, America: Nation of the Goddess. She is from Minnesota with a background in the retail sector but also has immense interest in history. 

Her curiosity about history led her to become one of Scott’s chief researchers, which further helped her become an expert in certain aspects of the United States and European history.

Now, Scott and Janet have two children together, their son, Grant Wolter and daughter Amanda Wolter.

Scott's son, Grant, is already a grown man and even got engaged to his partner, Sasha, in June 2018.

Scott Wolter and his wife, Janet Wolter, spend time with their son and daughter-in-law on 10 June 2018 (Photo: Scott Wolter's Twitter)

In the presence of Scott, Janet, and Sasha’s parents, the new couple had dinner together to celebrate their engagement. Both Scott and Janet were delighted and proud of their son, who took a step towards a new life.

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Building a strong and stable family, Scott is a proud father of his children. He is a family-oriented person who doesn’t fail to prioritize his family and maintain a balance between his personal and professional life.

Short Bio 

Scott Wolter celebrates his birthday on 21 December every year. When it comes to his personal life, the geologist is very secretive; even his age is not disclosed.

Also, he hasn’t shared any information about his early life and family.

Talking about his education, Scott earned his bachelor’s degree in Geology in 1982.

And although Scott claimed that he was granted an honorary master’s degree in Geology in 1987 from the University of Minnesota, the University couldn’t find evidence to his claims.