Harrison is an American businessman and television personality who is best known for owning the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, which stars on the History series Pawn Stars. As of 2023, Rick Harrison’s net worth is $10 million.
NORTH LAS VEGAS, NV – FEBRUARY 21: Rick Harrison speaks at a rally for Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) at the Texas Station Gambling Hall & Hotel on February 21, 2016 in North Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images).
Bio and early life
|Full Name||Richard Kevin Harrison|
|Birth Date/Age||March 22, 1965 / 56 Years Old|
|Place of Birth||Lexington, North Carolina USA|
|Source of Wealth||Television/Business|
|Height||6 ft. 0 in. / 182 cm.|
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
Richard Kevin Harrison was born in Lexington, North Carolina in March 1965 to Richard Benjamin Harrison and Joanne Rhue. His father was a star on Pawn Stars from 1965 until his death in 2018. He and Rick’s mother were childhood sweethearts.
Rick is currently the third-youngest child of four. His older sister, Sherry, died when he was six years old. He has an older brother named Joseph, and a younger sister named Chris.
The family moved to San Diego, California at the age of 2. Rick is a voracious reader, even though he was confined to his bed by epileptic seizures as a child.
Rick attended Taft Middle School in terms of education. Surprisingly he chose to drop out of 10th grade in order pursue his dreams. $2,000-a-week Selling fake Gucci bags is a business.
Rick was 22 years old when he had his first child and was already in his second marriage. His father granted him his pawn licence shortly after.
LAS VEGAS, NV – FEBRUARY 28: Rick Harrison and Austin “Chumlee” Russell arrive at Ghostbar Dayclub at the Palms Casino Resort on February 28, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo: Mindy Small/FilmMagic.
Rick Harrison’s Net Worth & Career
Rick and his dad opened Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in 1989 and by 2005, the store was loaning out roughly $3 million a year, which brought them about $700,000 in interest income annually.
After 20 years of building their reputation for carrying rare items with special histories, the Pawn Shop gained widespread fame with Pawn Stars in 2009.
The series has run for 17 seasons thus far and it features Rick, his father (referred to as the “Old Man”), his son Corey, and his childhood friend Austin “Chumlee” Russell. It was second only to Jersey Shore as the highest-rated reality show in 2011.
According to Business Insider, Rick made $15,000 per episode back in 2014. Yet, that doesn’t include the money made off of the merchandise they are selling day in and day out.
Notably, Rick published a biography titled License to Pawn: Deals, Steals, and My Life at the Gold & Silver in 2011. The book reached No. 22 on The New York Times Best Sellers List.
Rick was appointed Micro Touch One Razor’s spokesperson in January 2014. Rick later appeared in a commercial to promote the One Razor product range.
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What is Rick Harrison worth?
Over the last few decades, Rick Harrison’s net worth of $10 million was totaled. First, he and his dad profited off of their Gold & Silver Pawn Shop. That was on top a History Channel hit TV series.
Furthermore, Businessman Over the years, he has explored endorsements and jumped into politics. The 56-year-old doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon.
Rick Harrison FAQ
How many children has Rick Harrison?
Rick is blessed to have three children. Most people are familiar with his son Corey, who appears alongside him on Pawn Stars.
He has two more sons, Adam and Jake. He had Adam with his first spouse Kim, and Jake with Tracy.
How tall is Rick Harrison
According to television personalities, he stands approximately six feet tall. This means that he stands approximately 1.82 meters high and/or 182cms wide.
LAS VEGAS, NV – DECEMBER 05: (L-R) Television personalities Rick Harrison, Austin ‘Chumlee’ Russell, Corey Harrison and Richard Harrison of ‘Pawn Stars’ speak onstage at the American Country Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on December 5, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Steven Lawton/FilmMagic).