David "Animal" Blevin from "Big Rig Bounty Hunters" stars in the History Channel reality docu-series. He and Steve Irwin form The Vets team.

David Blevin got his nickname, Animal, while serving in the Special Forces in Vietnam. During a particularly brutal battle, his team said he fought like an animal, using everything including his now-missing teeth, and the name stuck. When he got back state-side, he started driving trucks out of his home state of California. He drove log trucks and pipes up to the Alaska pipeline, all the while keeping his secret passion for dancing under wraps. Unbeknownst to many of his fellow drivers, Animal had trained to be a ballet dancer before he was drafted! Now those quick moves come into play whenever he is called to recover trucks. Animal's expertise is driving in dangerous weather; he's driven through tornadoes, hurricanes, and blizzards. He says that when other truckers bail, they send him in. That's why he is an animal!






'Big Rig Bounty Hunters' Season 2 Returns with Ruthless New Teams — Premiering Thursday, May 22, the History Channel extreme trucking series is heading back to the open road for a wild ride with six teams of colorful characters in Texas and Ohio. Read more...





 
 
 
 
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