Pawn Stars Net Worth: Pawn Stars is an American reality television series, shown on History, and produced by Leftfield Pictures. The series is filmed in Las Vegas, Nevada, where it chronicles the daily activities at the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop. The show has filmed nearly 300 episodes since 2009. Every episode, people offer distinctive historical pieces that may or may not be real, determine what value there might be for said items and negotiate whether or not a deal takes place. Add some antics and hijinks and the History Channel has its highest rated show by far. Check out the below article to know the complete information regarding Pawn Stars Networth, His Salary Per Year, Per Month, Per Day, Earnings, Houses, Cars, Biography and his other Investments details.
Pawn Stars Net Worth 2018
“Pawn Stars” is also the most profitable show on the History Channel, bringing in about $3 million per episode for the History Channel.
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Rick Harrison has an estimated net worth of $8 million. Harrison obtained much of this net worth through the pawnshop, but he has several other ventures that have added to his wealth.
Harrison also told Forbes he has an investment allocation of “10% gold and silver (which he calls an insurance policy) 80% in blue chip companies, leaving 10% to have ‘a little crazy fun with.”‘ Rick owned a Quizno’s and admits he will always have an serial entrepreneur sense.
Richard “Old Man” Harrison:
Richard “Old Man” Harrison was born in Lexington, North Carolina on March 4, 1941. He is most famous for being one of the featured stars of the smash hit History channel reality series “Pawn Stars”. Old Man Harrison opened the “Gold and Silver Pawn Shop” in Las Vegas, Nevada, with his son, in 1989. The shop has been open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week ever since. The patriarch of the Harrison family makes $15,000 per episode and has an estimated net worth of $8 million.
The “Old Man” is 72 years old and insists he no plans to retire. As his son told a Philadelphia newspaper, the Old Man is the type of person who would die six months after retiring.
Corey “Big Hoss” Harrison:
Corey Harrison is Rick’s son who has an estimated net worth of $2.5 million. Harrison also generates revenue away from the shop, earning more than $1,000 for personal appearances in clubs around Las Vegas.
Austin “Chumlee” Russell:
Chumlee makes $25,000 per episode and has an estimated net worth of $5 million. Chumlee is the show’s comic relief. He earned the nickname “Chumlee” after his father compared him one day to the walrus “Chumley” on the cartoon Tennessee Tuxedo.