• Christie Brimberry is a reality television personality most famous for her role in the show "Fast N' Loud".
• She has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
• She was hired by the Gas Monkey Garage owner Richard Rawlings to be his assistant.
• She was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in 2016 and has since become an advocate for raising awareness.
• She is married to a hair stylist and has six children.
Who is Christie Brimberry?
Christie Brimberry is a reality television personality, probably best known for being a part of the Discovery Channel television series entitled “Fast N’ Loud”. In the show, she serves as the assistant of the Gas Monkey Garage owner Richard Rawlings, who is one of the central characters of the show. Her popularity on television has also translated to popularity online, as she has strong followings on both Twitter and Instagram.
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Net Worth Built By Television and Business
How rich is Christie Brimberry? As of early-2018, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $1.5 million, mostly earned through success working with Gas Monkey Garage, including their endeavors on television. As she continues her career, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
A Path to Reality Television
Christie was born on 20 March 1972, in the United States of America. She lived her life relatively unknown before she started getting managerial duties. Her skills and experience would eventually lead her to be hired by the Gas Monkey Garage, making her one of the crew. She was hired personally by owner Rawlings himself, as the garage was at that time building a huge amount of popularity in Texas. The business initially began through buying vehicle parts and fixing them, which they became very good at, and they eventually claimed that they could fix anything. Her role with the business grew over time as well, and she became the main person in charge of the company’s business deals as well as their overall operations. Her net worth was steadily growing at this point.
“Fast N’ Loud” continues to air after five years, with each episode consisting of 45 minutes. They’ve run a total of 115 episodes with nine seasons in total not including special episodes they’ve done. According to a survey by The New York Times, in 2016, “Fast N’ Loud” was named as the show most favored by men with 83 percent of votes; the votes were done through a poll on Facebook which measured the likes of participants.
Check it out! I got my own show! OK, it's more of a web series than a show, but I hope you like it! Check it out here: https://youtu.be/fkDIzppnJlg
Posted by Christie Brimberry on Wednesday, September 28, 2016
According to Christie, she describes her work as akin to being a zookeeper, as she constantly tries to keep things under control between her co-workers. She’s had a lot of other offers from other companies since joining Gas Monkey Garage, but has stated that she has no intention of leaving the company, as she has developed close friendships with the crew.
A Close Family and a Battle with Cancer
Hanging out with Mike today!!!
Posted by Christie Brimberry on Monday, June 12, 2017
In 2016, Brimberry revealed that she was diagnosed with thyroid cancer, which at the time of diagnosis, had started to spread to a lymph node. She had to undergo surgery, during which her thyroid, a cluster of lymph nodes, and part of her trachea had to be removed. The after effects of the surgery left her without a voice from months, and she then underwent further surgeries to treat the side effects, including radioactive treatment and being in isolation for a week. She survived and has since become an active advocate for raising awareness of thyroid cancer. She also frequently travels with her family to help her put her mind off stress and the disease.
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Source: IMDb, Wikipedia