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Who is Korie Koker?
Korie Fera Koker was born on 8 August 1965, in Las Vegas, Nevada USA, and is a businesswoman and entertainment personality, but perhaps best known as the wife of Danny Koker, who is the star of the reality television series “Counting Cars” on the History Channel.
The Wealth of Korie Koker
How rich is Korie Koker? As of mid-2018, sources estimate a net worth that is over $1 million, mostly earned through success in her various endeavors. Her husband has also had a hand at increasing her wealth with his net worth estimated at $13 million. As she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life and Career
Danny Koker and Counting Cars
Danny is a businessman, who would eventually find popularity through the television show “Counting Cars” which focuses on his automobile restoration and customization company called Count’s Kustoms. The show is the third spin-off of the show “Pawn Stars”, following “American Restoration” and “Cajun Pawn Stars”. Danny originally made his television appearances as a part of “Pawn Stars”, in which he was a recurring expert. In “Counting Cars”, Korie’s husband and his staff work to restore and modify both motorcycles and classic automobiles. The show began in 2012 and has now been running for seven seasons with more than 130 episodes.
— Korie Fera Koker (@KorieKoker) December 3, 2015
The show has seen its share of guests including various personalities from “Pawn Stars”. The show has also featured musician guests such as Ziggy Marley, Rob Zombie, and the heavy metal band Judas Priest. The series is filmed in Las Vegas, and often shows the daily activities of the shop, the name of which is derived from Danny’s stint as a part owner of an independent radio station KFBT.
He also at times showcases some of his cars in his personal collection – he owns over 50 cars and due to his love for American muscle cars as well as motorcycles, he usually goes out of his way to have a chance at acquiring the vehicles.
Korie has always supported her husband in the background with his numerous business endeavors and even with the shop Count’s Kustoms. Danny had always been interested in creating his own venue which could play rock music but since he was always busy with work, he hesitated to continue the project. She eventually convinced him to create a bar and grill venue called Count’s Vamp’d, which features a professional stage where bands can play, as well as two separate dining areas, one for those who want a live music experience, and the second for those who just want to hang out while having a meal.
The two co-own the establishment, and Korie serves as an entertainment director, handling the bands playing at the venue as well as the overall scheduling. The first big band that appeared in the venue was the rock band Slaughter, and soon more notable names started showing up. The popularity of the bar and grill has skyrocketed with reports of over 300 concerts happening every year. Korie mentioned in an interview that she enjoys the work very much and doesn’t plan on stopping work on attracting talent.
Social Media and Death Rumors
There was a time that Korie’s popularity skyrocketed, conversely because a few people on the internet spread rumors that she was dead, with her lack of appearances on television further fueled the rumors. She eventually proclaimed that she was alive through social media – she has accounts on a few major websites such as Instagram and Twitter. Her accounts remain very active, often posting pictures of work, her friends, and some of the recent events undertaken by her business. She also uses her Twitter account to promote some of the recent events of rock bands around the country.