Pawn Stars Net Worth
Richard Harrison Net worth: $5 Million
Corey “Big Hoss” Net worth: $2 Million
Pawn Stars is an American television reality series. It is created by Leftfield Pictures. The Pawn stars serial is shown on the history channel. The series is filmed in Vegas, Nevada. The series is actually according to the chronicles of the daily life activities at the World famous Gold & Silver shop. This Gold and Silver Pawn shop is a 24 hour family business that was opened in the year 1989. The family Richard “Old Man” Harrison, his son Rick Harrison, Rick’s son Corey “Big Hoss” Harrison and the Corey’s buddy Austin “Chumlee” Russell run the shop. The breakthrough performance of the artist make it more fascinating and the show is famed worldwide.
The show can be viewed online on History.co.uk. The origin of the show was at United States. The show is completely in English. Total of 7 seasons have already been released till now which has total of 254 episodes.
The shoe depicts the story of the shop and the interaction between its customers. The staff of the shop bring the range of artifacts to sell sections and discussing matters of the historic background.
The show got 7.4 ratings on the IMDb site. Pawn stars reveal started by Leftfield Graphics by Brent Montgomery and Colby Gaines. They got the idea from a pawn shop located at less than two miles in the Las Vegas. They got this idea during a visit in 2008 in town. They believed these stores might give them good story to depict so they picked a family-run shop. This Gold and Silver shop has around 12,000 things to show on July 2011. They used classic and vintage things to reveal for which they got a lot of assessments. They use five to six things in each episode and the staff members of the shop used to clarify the history of the object. The show depicts the social struggles between the staff members- Rick, Old man, Corey and Corey’s childhood buddy.
Cast: Store Staff
Richard (Rick) Kevin Harrison:
He’s the son of the Old Man, Richard and the dad of the Big Hoss Corey. He’s also the co-founder/co-owner of the Pawn shop. He’s also known by his nick name “The spotter” due to his sharp eyes to assess the things. Rick co-founded the shop alongside his dad and is into the company in the age of 13and the dad at the age of 23. His favorite area of study is British Navy as he was an enthusiastic reader since his youth.
Awards and Honors
The Pawn series is one of the highest evaluation show , and it has brought countless audience towards it. It has won various prizes for the storyline and the astounding performance of the staff members. The National Pawnbrokers Association in the year 2010, given Rick Harrison and another staff members of the shop for bringing the pawn shop an improved acknowledgement on the TV and to make a better image. The Clark County Commission on July 17, 2012 held the day to be “Pawn Stars/Gold and Silver Pawn day”. The “Old Man” contributed $1,000 dollars to the Clark County Heritage Museum. There are around 4.7 million viewers all over the World.
Richard Benjamin “The Old Man” Harrison:
He could be the cofounder of the shop and is the father of Rick and grandfather of Corey. He’s known by his nick name “Old Man”. He’s passionate about the automobiles and is a 20-year veteran of the U.S Navy.
Corey “Big Hoss” Harrison:
He’s a Rick’s son and the Richard’s grandson. He began working at the shop at a really early age i.e. nine. He polishes the jewelry at the shop. He is dressed by Rick to become boss one day and is now the supervisor of the operations of the shop.
Austin “Chumlee” Russell:
He’s the Corey’s childhood buddy. In the first season of the show he was used at the shop for five years. He typically analyze the things, load these in the shop and composing the record which customers purchased in the shop. He’s referred to as the “village idiot” as he is known to have less intelligence and incompetence. Russell later formed his own business ehich sells the novelty items and the T-shirts. Later he sold that business to Harrison for $5,000 in the year 2010 so that the shop could merchandise correctly.
Hyperion Books published the autobiography of Rick Harrison On June 2011 named License to Pawn: Deals, Bargains, and My Life at the Gold and Silver. The autobiography shows the life of Rick, his youth and the troubles before getting into the company of the Pawn.