When we think of the American Pickers Cast we think of Frank Fritz, Danielle Colby-Cushman and, of course, Mike Wolf.
We know Antiques really cash out greatly, and that the show even fueled their business to whole new levels.
Knowing of this, we have to wonder… what is the American Pickers Cast Net Worth?
Let’s start out with Frank
Frank Fritz Net Worth & Background:
Frank Fritz was born in 1965 and was always passionate about collecting.
Before becoming a full time picker, he was a fire inspector with a passion to collect vintage toys and cars. Friends with Mike Wolf from Junior High, he began co-starring in the American Pickers show with him in 2010.
Besides being a reality TV star he is also a partner of Wolf in Antique Archaeology.
His estimated Net Worth: $3,000,000 or the equivalent to over 1,900,000 Great Britain Pounds.
Mike Wolfe Net Worth & Background:
If American Pickers was a fiction series, Mike Wolfe would be the main character. The Star of the show loves vintage bikes, especially Indian Motorcycles.
He was so successful traveling the roads to find vintage items that he caught the attention of the History Channel in 2010, which led to the creation of the TV show where he joined up with the rest of the American Pickers cast to take the name of Antique Archaeology to new heights.
He is valued at $4,000,000, which is considerable as if both partners would lose 3 million, Mike would still be a millionaire.
Danielle Colby Cushman Net Worth
We’ll keep it short as we published an article on Danielle a few months ago, but basically, she is the American Pickers cast member who came after since the show began with the two partners who lately decided to hire a vixen to spice up their ratings (true story, do some research).
She was a fashion designer and Burlesque Dancer with two children.
Net Worth: $1.5 Million
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