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Phil Harris Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018
Despite progress in his health, Harris expired on February 9, 2010 in the age of 53, while enduring a pulmonary embolism in the hospital. The episode of “Deadliest Catch” featuring the Captain’s departure aired on July 20, 2010, followed with a special homage episode.
Starting in 2004 and continuing until his departure, Harris and his boat were followed by an embedded film crew for the show Deadliest Catch. The Cornelia Marie was initially revealed during the opilio crab part of Season 1, as a partner boat of F/V Maverick, and was greatly involved with the investigation attempt after the sinking of the Big Valley. It became a regular fixture of the show in the 2nd season on. During the 2008 season, Harris was thrown from his berth in a thunderstorm and believed he’d broken his ribs. He was discovered to get suffered a pulmonary embolism and on-going clinical treatment kept him from fishing for nearly annually. Some of Harris’s sea stories were a part of the publication Deadliest Catch: Desperate Hours. In 2008, Harris developed a line of java, “Captain’s Reserve”, with combinations named after fishing themes like “Harris Family Blend” and “Midnight Sunrise.” Adding to his health woes was Harris’s famous chain smoking that has been often seen on the show.