Name: Corey Harrison
Born: May 14, 1983
Occupation: Reality television, business
With dreams and aspirations of one day becoming the “Boss” of the organization, Corey Harrison plays a unique role in the Pawn Stars shop, despite his grandfather, father, and friend getting more of the fame and screen time. Despite his low-key profile in the media, you’ll be interested in finding that Corey actually took an interest in his grandfather’s business at the young age of 9. He tirelessly worked for Gold and Silver Pawn in Las Vegas throughout his childhood, later becoming a partner with his grandfather and father – a partnership that did not come without struggle.
The three don’t always get along, though. Throughout the show you’ll see Corey is often at odds with his pop and gramps, mostly due to their judgmental attitudes towards his buying decisions and management skills. Corey successfully manages the day-to-day happenings at Gold and Silver Pawn, overseeing a staff of more than 30 members.
While Corey is relatively successful at what he does in the shop, he’s had other crosses to bear as well. He struggled with his weight and in 2010 decided to have lap band surgery. Between the surgery and nutritional counseling, he lost more than 100 pounds in less than a year. With a salary of approximately $300 thousand per season, Corey Harrison is now estimated to have a net worth of approximately $5 million.
How much is $5 million, really?
Compared to some celebrities, it’s not much, but it’s certainly enough to do a considerable amount of good in the world. Corey has been quoted as saying he enjoys supporting the charities that are important to his friends and family. When he’s not working to do things for charities or for the families of Gold and Silver Pawn employees, Corey enjoys working with nicer cards, boats, and bikes. We’re sure he could start a considerable collection!