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Frank Fritz Net Worth
Net Worth:
$4 Million
Date of Birth
March 3, 1965

Frank Fritz net worth: Frank Fritz is an American reality star and antique collector who has a net worth of $4 million dollars. Frank Fritz was born on October 11, 1965 in Davenport, Iowa, where he found an early passion as a "picker", collecting rocks and beer cans as a kid. Fritz worked for 25 years as a fire inspector, covering an area from Des Moines to Cedar Falls, Iowa, and began picking up firefighter and firehouse-related trinkets. After he bought one item for $15 and sold it for $475, he thought he could make a living that way. 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 6 began in October of 2013. As of this writing, the show has aired over 100 episodes over those six seasons and is still one of the most popular shows on the History Channel.

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