Mike Wolfe is best known for his appearance on History Channel’s ‘American Pickers.’

Born on June 11, 1964, he was raised with a sister, Beth and a brother, Robbie by a single mother in Joliet, Illinois.

Mike was curious about antiques and other hidden treasures before he started his elementary schooling.

He was initially passionate about antique bikes, and participated in races and opened a bike shop.

He owned an antique company, Antique Archeology for which he traveled, looking for antiques and vintage pieces.

His reputation for finding gems, which goes unrecognized from eyes of an average person, caught History Channel’s attention.

In 2010, Mike and his business partner, Frank Fritz were featured in History’s ‘American Pickers.’

Along with starring in the show, he is the creator & executive producer of the documentary series.

The show that follows them as they hunt for antiques around the country is running successfully in its eighteenth season as of now.

Mike and Frank also star in another show about picking collectibles, American Pickers: Bonus Buys.

Following the popularity and prosperity in this line, Mike opened a new store, Antique Archaeology in Nashville.

He published two books, Art of the Pick and Kid Pickers: How to Turn Junk into Treasure in 2013.

As of 2018, he has racked up a net worth of $4 million.

Mike has been married to Jodi Faeth since 2012. They tied the knot in Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee.

They have a daughter, Charlie who was born with a cleft lip and palate. Her treatment requires frequent surgeries.