Brandon Cole "Bam" Margera (born on September 28, 1979) is an American skateboarder, stunt entertainer, TV character, and movie producer.
He came to conspicuousness in the mid-2000s as one of the stars of the MTV reality stunt show Jackass and ensuing continuations.
He additionally made the Jackass spin-off shows Viva La Bam and Bam's Unholy Union and co-composed and coordinated his movies Haggard and Minghags.
Starting around 2022, Margera is with practically no significant sponsorships and has resigned from proficient skating.
He got back to skating nonchalantly, bringing about a reestablished organization with Element Skateboards to praise the brand's 25th commemoration by rereleasing a progression of ten of his most critical deck plans.
The sheets were delivered week after week between September 6 and November 8, 2017. Each deck is endorsed by Margera and restricted to 50 units.
In 2020, Margera began showing up in YouTube recordings including viral water expand battle video with model Jeb Carty.
During a January 2021 webcast interview, Margera demonstrated that Paramount Pictures sees him as a risk, inferable from his way of behaving throughout recent years.
He demonstrated that Jackass co-maker Jeff Tremaine had battled with the studio to keep Margera in the following Jackass film, Jackass Forever, yet Margera was unsure that Paramount planned to permit him to participate in the shooting of the film.
On February 11, 2021, Margera presented a few recordings on his Instagram account, in which he owned up to breaking his moderation, and showed that he had authoritatively been terminated from the shooting of Jackass Forever.
All through the video, he should have been visible crying, spewing, and suggesting having looked into "how to tie a noose" before he transitions to Oceanside, California.
Margera asserted that Paramount had been driving him to take antidepressants, submit to arbitrary pee tests, and register to two distinct recovery offices utilizing his cash.
He additionally communicated scorn for Tremaine, Johnny Knoxville, and Spike Jonze, before requesting that his fans blacklist Jackass Forever.
He then requested his adherents to send him cash to film his film to contend with Jackass Forever. The recordings were taken out from Margera's Instagram account not long after being posted.
On May 25, 2021, it was accounted for that Tremaine had documented an impermanent controlling request against Margera, because of Margera's badgering of both Tremaine and Knoxville through Instagram.
Tremaine was allowed three extra years of controlling request, stretched out to Tremaine's significant other and youngsters after Margera purportedly sent the family passing dangers.
On August 9, 2021, Margera documented a claim against Tremaine, Knoxville, and Jonze, as well as against Paramount Pictures, MTV, Dickhouse Entertainment, and Gorilla Flicks, asserting that he was illegitimately terminated from the creation of Jackass Forever.
On January 12, 2022, Knoxville said that one scene Margera recorded Jackass Forever would in any case be in the film, notwithstanding the continuous claim.
They accompanied a settlement after Margera requested to excuse the claim on April 14, 2022. The provisions of the settlement stay private.
On September 16, 2021, Margera's better half Nikki petitioned for youngster care of their child Phoenix Wolf. Notwithstanding, she didn't record a separation appeal to end their eight-year marriage.