6th July 1972
49 years (In 2021).
5 feet & 4 Inches
196 / 205 lbs. (89 – 93 kg)
22 inches ( 56 in CM).
Catherine LeFrançois (m. 2000–2005)
Lee Priest has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
By profession, Lee Priest is a famous bodybuilder and he has won too many titles as well. His full name is Lee Andrew McCutcheon. His birthplace is Newcastle. Lee Priest experienced childhood in Wallsend, Australia. Minister’s mom was likewise a lifting weights contender and presented with Priest in front of an audience. Minister began preparing at 12 years old with the assistance and backing of his granddad. He went after the first run-through at 13 years old and won.
He proceeded to win various different rivalries paving the way to him winning the IFBB Mr. Australia at 16 17, 18, and 19. Minister contended at the World’s Championship at 17, where he put forth. At 19 he again contended and won The Mr. Australia title, yet was not permitted to get his star card in Australia due to his young age. It was then Priest chose to enter a beginner rivalry, Niagara Falls Championships. While there, Priest was found and given his master card.
Cleric got probably the most youthful man at any point to turn IFBB professional at 20 years old. Cleric contended effectively inside the IFBB for a very long time. Subsequent to falling short of a prominent title, Priest put his focus on his most subtle adversary The Ironman Pro. Following ten years of coming in second or third, 2006 demonstrated Priest’s year as the Ironman Pro.
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In 2010 he was welcomed by Paul Dillett to contend in the WBFF, however, because of the absence of rivalry, he ruled against contending. The cleric is likewise an ardent hustling aficionado and champion race vehicle driver. He began hustling in 2002 with the street dashing and circle track. Minister at that point advanced to racing in 2004. He dominated various races and titles in street and circle track. His best offer drew near racing. He won Rookie of the Year in 2005.
The next year, 2006, he won the SCEDA Racing Championship in Lancaster, California. Following seven-year nonattendance from serious weight training, Lee Priest returned in 2013 to contend in the NABBA Mr. Universe where he won the general title as a beginner. He at that point showed up as an exceptional visitor at the 2014 Universe Championships while he was on visit in the UK.
Minister joined MuscleSport Magazine in November 2014 and started composing a month-to-month segment on the web and in their print magazine. He was highlighted on the front of their Winter 2015 issue. He has a pet fox, named “Carlos”.