When he isn’t relying on TLC pay, 90 Day Fiancé star Colt Johnson has an interesting and worthwhile job.
90 Day Fiancé fans either love him or hate him, but are quite surprised to hear how Colt Johnson makes a living. They finally got to know while Colt was starring on 90 Day: The Single Life. Read on to find out more about Johnson’s job and how he gets by financially.
90 Day Fiancé star Colt Johnson
While watching 90 Day: The Single Life, 90 Day Fiancé fans found out what Colt Johnson does for a living these days. Fans have been watching Colt and his mom, Debbie Johnson on the spinoff show as they both seek love.
However, fans will recall that Johnson made his debut on season 6 of 90 Day Fiancé with his now former wife, Larissa Lima Dos Santos in 2018. Meanwhile, Colt and Larissa’s relationship turned toxic after she was arrested three times prior to their divorce.
It soon became clear that Johnson had a “type,” as he then started dating another Brazilian beauty, Jess Caroline. While they seemed made for each other, they soon split after he was caught cheating on Jess. In the long run, Colt became engaged to Vanessa Guerra, who was his best friend with benefits.
What does Colt Johnson do for a living?
Now, with his mom, Debbie, dating her Canadian boyfriend, Tony, Colt has dropped out of the spotlight. Despite this, fans started wondering how the TLC reality star made his money, besides his 90 Day paychecks. Prior to 90 Day Fiancé, Colt worked as a software development engineer at DigiPen Research and Development. Moreover, he later took a similar job with Konami Gaming, but, due to the pandemic, Johnson was laid off in April 2020.
After appearing on the show, Colt, 36, shocked 90 Day Fiancé fans by opening his own OnlyFans account, where he shared semi-nude images of himself in his Las Vegas home. However, this didn’t last long and in October of 2020, the TLC reality star posed for a photo, standing in front of an Uber car. In fact, during the premiere of season 3 of 90 Day: The Single Life, fans again spotted an Uber sticker on Johnson’s car. This appears to confirm that Colt was working as an Uber driver.
Meanwhile, in 2021, Colt launched a business named ColtDotWin, but it looks like the media company is still a work in progress. Moreover, during the pandemic, Johnson was working to pass his real estate exam, but whether he got it, and is using it, is unknown.
While his OnlyFans is closed, Colt more recently started a Cameo account where he charges fans $69 for a video message. For those who want a live video call, Johnson charges $207. Moreover, he also has a Twitch account where he does video shoutouts for $50. He will also offer a short phone call for $100 or a custom emoji video for $50. His artistic talent also extends to a digital painting for $250, or a signed postcard for $25. However, it is currently unknown whether fans are buying from Colt.
Meanwhile, Colt is now mostly inactive on his social media accounts. Also, while his marriage to Vanessa Guerra had some rocky times, the couple reconciled.