Danny Koker net worth: Danny Koker is an American car restorer and reality TV star who has a net worth of $11 million dollars. Born in Detroit, Michigan, Danny Koker grew up as part of an automotive family. The majority of his relatives worked for Ford Motor Company. Danny taught himself everything he needed to know to be a mechanic and work on cars. He soon began restoring cars and motorcycles. After relocating to Las Vegas, Nevada, Danny became part owner of a local television station, where he hosted a weekly movie series, called "Saturday Fright at the Movies". His on-camera persona was called Count Cool Rider. Next, he opened the vehicle restoration and repair shop, Count's Kustoms, in the early 90s. Counts Kustoms has since grown into a hugely successful business. The shop prides itself on using the highest quality of materials and parts to build highly valuable "kustom" cars, trucks and choppers. No project is too ambitious for the crew which includes Danny's best friend Kevin, an airbrush artist nicknamed "Horny Mike", a detailer named Roli and several more colorful characters. After appearing on two of the History Channel's popular reality series, "Pawn Stars" and "American Restoration", Danny was offered his own show, called, "Counting Cars". The series follows Mr. Koker and his staff as the repair and restore various cars, and began airing in mid-August 2012. The show has also created a mini merchandise empire for Danny and his shop. As of December 2013, Counting Cars has aired 40 episodes over two seasons. Danny's personal collection of vehicles contains more than 50 cars and motorcycles. In addition to "Counts Kustoms", Danny also owns a bar/restaurant called Count's Vamp'd Rock Bar and Grill and a tattoo parlor called Count's Tattoo Company which is located inside the Rio casino in Vegas.
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Date of Birth
Jan 5, 1964 (52 years old)
United States of America
Daniel Nicholas Koker II, The Count, Danny 'The Count', Count Cool Rider
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