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 How much is ‘Pawn Stars’ Chumlee net worth? Age, bio/wiki

Austin Lee Russell, better known by his stage name Chumlee, is an American businessman and reality television personality best known for his appearances on the History Channel television show Pawn Stars, which depicts day-to-day business at the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas, where he works. Scroll down to learn more about Chumlee’s net worth, parents, age, and many more. 

 How much is Chumlee’s net worth/earnings? How much does he earn his money? 

Chumlee’s net worth is estimated to be $5 million. For every episode of Pawn Stars that airs, Chumlee earns $25,000.Chumlee is a pawnshop employee who works behind the counter and is well-known for his funny quirks. The 24-hour Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas is the show’s focus, chronicling its activities. Austin is renowned for his ability to negotiate, getting a local Maserati dealership to sell him a $100,000 automobile for only $85,000. The History Channel’s “Pawn Stars” is now the most-watched program.

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Chumlee with his car sources Instagram

In February 2019, Chumlee sold his Las Vegas home for $1.375 million. Located about five miles off the Las Vegas Strip, the two-acre property features a 6,200-square-foot home, a guesthouse, and an entertainer’s backyard with a rock-lined swimming pool. It also included the “Chum Chum Room,” with a stripper’s pole. He paid $1.1 million for the party house in 2012.

Chumlee career

At 21, Chumlee started working at the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop. Before the first season of the reality television series Pawn Stars began filming in July 2009, he had been employed there for five years. He performs behind-the-counter tasks at the store, such as loading, testing, and issuing tickets for consumer purchases.

He is portrayed in the series as the comic foil, frequently taking the brunt of the jokes made by the others about their apparent stupidity and incompetence, for which he has been called a “village idiot.” In response, Chumlee claims that he is misunderstood and cites his knowledge of pinball machines, which he uses in the second-season episode “Pinball Wizards,” much to Corey’s amazement, as an illustration of a field in which he is proficient.

The series’ breakout cast member and popular favorite were Chumlee. Due to the program’s success, he established his own business selling novelty goods of his design and organized his appearances. For the store to better handle orders of his goods, he sold half of his ownership in the business to Rick Harrison in 2010 for $155,000.

Due to his popularity, Chumlee outsells other show stars in terms of merchandise sales.

On the American television program iCarly, Chumlee appeared as himself in the episode “iLost My Head in Vegas” alongside Rick and Corey Harrison. Chumlee established Chumlee’s Candy on the Boulevard, a candy store, in May 2017 in Las Vegas, directly across from the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop.

Chumlee biography: age, parents, siblings, and nationality

Austin Chumlee Russell was born on September 8, 1982, in Henderson, Nevada. As of now, he is 40 years old.  He was born in a well-settled family in Henderson, Nevada, United States. His zodiac sign is Virgo, and he follows the Christian religion. He earned the nickname “Chumlee” when he was 12 years old after his father compared him one day to the walrus “Chumley” in the cartoon “Tennessee Tuxedo” because of his large face and prominent chin. The name stuck. 

Chumlee has two siblings, a brother named Sage and a sister named Terra. One of his childhood best friends was Corey Harrison, son of Rick Harrison and grandson of Richard Harrison. Richard and Rick Harrison founded the Las Vegas-based Gold and Silver Pawn Shop in 1989, which is located just a few minutes off the Las Vegas strip. He holds American nationality. 

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