Frank Fritz is an antique collector and reality television presenter from the United States. He is best known for co-hosting the hit television show “American Pickers.”
On the program, Frank travels throughout the nation with his friend, collector and collectable picker Mike Wolfe, to purchase artifacts for resale, consumers, and their personal collections. His performance on the program gained him such a large following that he was cast in other reality shows such as “American Pickers: Best Of” and “American Dad!”
He used to be a fire inspector, but he resigned and began collecting antiques, which is now his profession, since the program was the highest-rated non-fiction show on television in 2010. Frank, though, has stepped down from the program after a decade of appearances and will not be returning, according to official confirmation.
Frank Fritz’s Bio
Frank Fritz was born in the United States on October 11, 1965, in Davenport, Iowa. Frank Fritz is his given name. He is an American citizen. Fritz is of White race, and his zodiac sign is Libra. Frank Fritz was reared in Ohio alongside his sister as one of two children of his parents, Bill Fritz (father) and Susan Fritz (mother). His father, Bill, was a pharmacist, while his mother, Susan, worked for a construction firm. His parents split shortly after, and his mother married a tire salesman named Dick Zirbes. Frank attended Udlow ntеrmеdаtе саhооl while growing up in his hometown, where he met and made friends with his future partner, Ke Wolfe, who shared his passion in antiques. Frank and Mike went on to study at the еttеndоrf gh chооl after he graduated from udlоw ntеrmеdаtе chооl.
Frank Fritz’s Career
Frank Fritz began his career as a local fire inspector in the Des Moines to Cedar Falls, Iowa region. He worked for 25 years before quitting to pursue his love for antique collecting. When he made a profit of $460 on a $15 investment in an item, he became interested in business.
Following this occurrence, he changed his perspective and began to focus on the antique industry. In 2002, he and Mike opened “Antique Archeology,” an antique collecting business in Savanna, Illinois. In 2010, he got his big break when he was cast on the reality program “American Pickers Show” with his companion, Mike. His inaugural episode of American Pickers drew the most viewers for a debut episode of a History Channel program at the time, and it went on to become the highest-rated non-fiction show on television in 2010.
Frank and Mike also co-founded a restoration firm and a website called “Kid Pickers,” where youngsters may discuss the objects they find. He also appeared on ‘Rachael Ray,’ ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire,’ ‘American Restoration,’ and ‘Pawn Stars,’ among other series. Frank ultimately stepped down from the program after almost a decade of appearances. “American Pickers: Best Of” and “American Dad!” are two more series on which he has appeared.
Who Is Frank Fritz’s Wife?
Frank Fritz is now without a partner. In 2012, he was supposed to have married his long-term girlfriend Jodi Fateh, although this was never verified. In 2016, he began dating Diane. Frank didn’t conceal his thoughts from the public when he tweeted a photo of Diane, her daughter Paige, and Paige’s baby Eulalia in December 2016. Frank also gained a lot of attention in 2013 when he dropped a lot of weight, which he subsequently verified by stating he had Crohn’s disease and inflammatory bowel illness.
Net Worth of Frank Fritz
Frank Fritz’s professional career as an antique collector and TV personality has earned him a nice living. His presence on the program “American Pickers” earned him a yearly compensation of $500,000. He earned a fortune from his antique products company in addition to the program. In addition, he is reported to have a net worth of roughly $4 million.
Frank Fritz’s Body Measurement
Frank Fritz is a good-looking guy in his 50s with an overweight figure. He’s covered with tattoos all over his body. He stands roughly 5ft. 5inches tall and weighs around 95kg. He has a pale skin, brown eyes, and bald hair.
He worked on “American Pickers” for more than a decade until leaving in 2021. He spent 25 years as a fire inspector.