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Biography

Rick Harrison :: Biography

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Rick Harrison's facts

Date of Birth 1965-03-22
Nationality American
Profession Businessman
Working for World Famous Gold& Silver Pawn Shop
Ethnicity White
Marital Status Married
Net Worth(s) $7 million
Name on Birth Richard Kevin Harrison
Place of Birth Lexington, North Carolina, U.S

The famous business man Richard Kevin (Rick Harrison) of Las Vegas is also known for reality television personality and co-owner of the World Famous Gold& Silver Pawn Shop. According to current estimation done at early 2014 about his wealth, he is the owner of $8 million dollars as his net worth and there is quite assurance on getting incredible salary from his workspace. As for now wiki and other biographic sites has successfully gathered all the information about his personal and professional life. 49 years old Richard is a person who has married for 3 times including two divorces till date. Currently he is spending adult age with his wife and children enjoying his adult age. Medium heighted man, Richard got married to his first girlfriend because of her getting pregnant at very young age of 17. His third fiance was twice divorced as him do.

Richard Harrison is the man known for his World famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop was born on March 22, 1965 in Lexington, North Carolina, U.S. On the basis of his birth place and origin he belongs to white ethnicity and holds American nationality. He was the third child of Richard Benjamin Harrison Jr. a U.S. Navy veteran and mother Joanne Rhue Harrison. Although today he is known by his professional name but his actual name is Richard Kevin Harrison. Talking about his educational background he had dropped his high school to pursue his small business of selling fake Gucci bags. Although the business for which he left his study has indeed leaded him to great success if his current success is counted.

Talking about his personal and early age, he had to get married at the age of 17 because his first girlfriend Kim had got pregnant.  Although she later went through miscarriage but still the couple decided to get married and after their marriage his wife got pregnant once again. This time she delivered their first baby boy, Richard Corey Harrison. After two more years they were again blessed with their second child, Adam. For living Harrison used to work with his father in the Gold & Silver Coin Shop. Their married didn’t work well for longer time, his wife decided to get separated from him leaving her both children with their dad, Harrison. Later he got married for the second time and started to take care of two children with the help of his second wife Tracy. In 2012, he announced his engagement to DeAnna Burdutt, who was also divorced for twice same as him. Their marriage happened on July 21, 2013.

At present he is living with his two sons, Corey and Adam, with his wife Kim and one son Jake from his second wife.

According to several sites, his life was not that easy from very early. He had started to pretend to a good and responsible man from very early age and still he is trying his best to stand strong on every base he needed. His father and he, himself had opened the Gold & Silver Coin Shop in 1989 less than two miles away from the Las Vegas. At early age the source of income in family was his father’s continuous loans which used to be about $3 million per year, which used to give them $700,000 in interest form. After a year, he became famous in Las Vegas as a pawn broker. His business has also served to gamblers who, used to come to his shop.

Apart from his successful Pawn Shop, he has also spent couple of years contributing to American TV series “The Safe”. By the end of January 2014, he had already become spokes person of the Micro Touch One Razor. He is also a successful author of his time. He has published a biography called License to Pawn: Deals Steals, and My Life at the Gold & Silver. His both books reached #22 on the New York Times Best Seller list on June 26, 2011.