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Darrell Sheets Wiki/Biography
Darrell Sheets was born on the 13th May 1958, in San Diego, California USA, and is a television personality and storage hunter, which are the main sources of his net worth. Darrell rose to prominence as the main star of the reality television series “Storage Wars” (2010–present) aired on the A&E Network. Sheets has been active in the entertainment industry since that debut on TV.
How much is Darrell Sheets’ net worth? It has been reported that the total size of his wealth is as much as $5 million, accumulated by receiving a significant income from A&E Network, as well as adding considerable sums from his rare findings in storage lockers, which have contained such items as rare collections of comics, a letter written by Abraham Lincoln, and even several paintings by Pablo Picasso.
Darrell Sheets Net Worth $5 Million
Darrell was raised in San Diego but currently he lives in North Hollywood. He became interested in the contents of abandoned storage lockers and containers in his 20s, and has consistently made money from them over the 30-plus years since, which saw him invited to take part in the TV program “Storage Wars” in 2010. In fact Darrell Sheets debuted as the main star of the series,which has become a significant source of his net worth. The very idea behind the reality series is to make a profit while buying the abandoned contents of storage lockers, and selling them for considerably more. It should be noted that storage lockers are hired for only three months (in California) and then if the rent is not paid, the contents are sold at an auction. The contents locker are sold in one piece, and the buyers may have just a quick look in from the open door.
The main buyers on the show are Darrel Sheets, his son Brandon, Jarrod Schulz and Brandi Passante nicknamed The Young Guns, Dave Hester – The Mogul, Ivy Calvin – The King, Rene and Casey Nezhoda – The Bargain Hunters as well as Mary Padian – The Junkster. Darrell Sheets is a very popular personality of the show, as the viewers love his sharp tongue especially when he is so emotional while bidding. Because of those character features he is nicknamed The Gambler. His fans know well his saying – “This is the WOW factor!” – and are entertained by his occasional malapropisms (incorrect word in place of a word with a similar sound). One of the bombshells of the show was Darrell‘s largest bid of $3,600 for a locker the contents of which were later valued at more than $300,000 because of the stunning finds in it: the art works of Frank Guttierez.
Sheets has his own personal website – effectively an on-line store – on which he sells items he purchased in the show auctions, and which is managed by his wife. The “Storage Wars” show has high ratings, as in the very beginning it was watched by over two million viewers, and by the third season it had reached more than 5.1 million.
Concerning his private life, Sheets is not very open and prefers to keep it to himself. He is not one who posts his life facts on social networking sites and etc. Due to this, it has been rumoured that he is gay. However, he is known to have married twice. Sheets has two children from his first marriage, and two step children in his second marriage with wife and business partner Kimber.
|Full Name||Darrell Sheets|
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Date Of Birth||May 13, 1958|
|Place Of Birth||San Diego, California, USA|
|Profession||TV personality, storage hunter, businessman|
|TV Shows||“Storage Wars: “The Candyman Can’t”, “All About Evel”, ”The Bargain Hunters”, ”The Mogu”, ”Rachael Ray” (2006-), ”The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”|
|Storage Wars||2010-2017||TV Series||Himself|
|Rachael Ray||2013||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|The Tonight Show with Jay Leno||2011||TV Series||Himself|