Who is Alyssa Rose Worman?

Alyssa Rose Worman was born in 1991, in the United States of America, and is a reality television personality, best known from being featured in the television show “Graveyard Carz” alongside her father Mark Worman; she has been a regular on the show since its inception.

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The Riches of Alyssa Rose Worman

How rich is Alyssa Rose Worman? As of mid-2019, sources estimate a net worth that is over $500,000, earned largely through a successful career on television, which has led her to numerous other opportunities, and helped her gain a significant following. As she continues her career, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.

Early Life

Growing up, Alyssa Rose developed a strong love for dancing, and her parents encouraged her to pursue the craft. She took up classes in classical ballet, ballroom dancing, and jazz for a decade, honing and developing her skills. She also attended workshops to get her acquainted with uncommon genres such as hula and krumping. No details are available about her education, but it is known that she was also exposed a lot to her father’s line of work.

She grew up absorbing her father’s passion for automobiles, as she joined him numerous times while working. Over the years, she learnt more about the ins and outs of vehicles largely from experience. She also got to know more about the business side of her father’s line of work, and it would not be long until she started to become a frequent presence in his shop. She loves working on cars, and also enjoys driving as well as watching races.

Alyssa Rose Worman

Graveyard Carz

In 2012, she became one of the first cast members of the reality television show entitled “Graveyard Carz”, which airs on Velocity, and focuses on her father’s shop and crew located in Springfield, Oregon. They specialize in restoring late 1960s to early 1970s Mopar muscle cars – Mopar means Motor and Parts and is an organization within Flat Chrysler automobiles, which began gaining popularity during the 1930s. The term itself has become an inclusive word for any Chrysler built vehicle, such as Dodge, Chrysler, Plymouth, DeSoto, Imperial, Jeep, and AMC, all considered Mopar. The show is made by an independent film and television production company called The Division.

They have a deal with Velocity in which the company retains creative control but still takes suggestions from the television team. She started out as a recurring cast member during the first season, and would make sporadic appearances throughout the next few seasons which often featured the original crew called The Ghouls. During the fifth season she became a regular cast member, and has been with the show since. The show airs 13 episode per season, which is created through 100 days of continuous shooting. Previously, it took longer to film as the crew only worked on Mopar builds during the weekends.

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Production and Progress

The premise of the show is that the crew films actual automotive technicians with a strong focus on key car builds. Due to the nature of how restoration works, it usually takes longer to build a car, so each episode doesn’t have a typical car revealed, but is focused on significant assemblies within a car. A reveal is often filmed with a lot more care as they want the reactions to be as genuine as possible. They also do storylines, mostly comedy segments away from the car work.

They have emphasized that they don’t do anything scripted, and an effort is made to film these segments as close to when they occur to avoid issues with continuity. The cast is encouraged to let pranks be filmed by the crew. The show suffered a significant drop in viewership sometime during the fifth season due to a focus on the crew rather than the car builds; in response, the company made an effort to revamp the show with new graphics, a new logo, and a strong focus on car builds above everything else. One of the biggest restorations they’ve done in the show was a 1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda, done to prove to nay-sayers that it was possible for a car that had been wrecked in a race to be restored.

Personal Life and Social Media

For her personal life, it is known that Worman was previously married to fellow “Graveyard Carz” cast member Josh Rose, who was a main cast member of the show throughout most of its earlier seasons. He was a part of the original crew, though he suddenly left after a few seasons without much fanfare. Rumors started spreading that he left due to his relationship with Worman ending in divorce. However, he later confirmed that he left the show and the company due to financial disputes, as well as a desire to pursue other projects. The couple have two children together, and they share custody.

Since then, it has been reported that Worman is in a relationship with professional fighter Anthony Johnson. Similar to numerous television personalities, she is active online through accounts on social media, particularly on Facebook on which she shares updates about her personal life. There are numerous other personalities who share her name, making it difficult to search for her online profile.

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