Frank Fritz Net Worth is$3 Million
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What is Frank Fritz's net worth? Frank Fritz net worth is $3 million dollars. Frank Fritz has always enjoyed collecting things, beginning with rocks as a child. He went on to become a fire and safety inspector in his native Iowa, but kept collecting in his spare time. He eventually shifted away from his fire safety work to focus on collecting antique and vintage items, co-founding the company, Antique Archeology with his friend, Mike Wolfe. His reputation for finding vintage toys and cars made him popular with collectors and designers, and he and his business partner caught the attention of The History Channel. In 2010, he began co-hosting the series, "American Picker" with Mike Wolfe. The series follows the two as they travel around the country looking for antique and rare pieces. It has been consistently popular with multiple age groups, and is currently the top ranked non-fiction show on television. Season 3 began in the spring of 2011.
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Season finale review: 'Manhattan' - 'Perestroika'
The gun model has been dismissed, and the government is putting all of its mighty resources behind Frank and his team of misfits — but only after the deaths of Sid Liao and Reed Akley, the arrest of Charlie, Fritz ingesting the plutonium, Lancefield ...
Posted: October 20, 2014, 7:57 am
‘American Pickers’ visits Rowan
The show follows Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz as they travel the country looking for valuable antiques and collectibles and then negotiate a sale price with the owners of the items. Normally, the pair searches through piles of stuff that people have ...
Posted: October 15, 2014, 1:32 am
Highlights of a great weekend
That was a Saturday and Sunday show, and I also was invited to Paxton to have lunch with Robin McNish and Frank Fritz of "American Pickers" fame at noon on Saturday. It was a very emotional weekend for McNish, who really worked hard to come up with a ...
Posted: October 11, 2014, 8:00 am