• Ted Vernon was born in Long Island, New York and is a businessman and television personality
• Robin Ziel was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and is an actress and model
• Ted and Robin married and became best known for hosting the reality television show “South Beach Classics”
• Ted has a net worth of over $15 million and Robin has a net worth of over $2 million
• Ted and Robin eventually divorced after multiple controversies and Ted was issued a restraining order and a fine for violating the terms of the order
Known for movies
|Fact||On 25th September 1979 in the Miami Beach Convention Center, he was knocked out by Kent Baker in one round.|
- 1 Who are Ted Vernon and Robin Vernon?
- 2 The Net Worth of Ted and Robin Vernon
- 3 Beginnings and Early Lives
- 4 Marriage and Business
- 5 Divorce and Abuse Controversies
- 6 Aftermath
- 7 General Info
- 8 Family
- 9 Accomplishments
- 10 Social profile links
- 11 Facts
- 12 Movies
Who are Ted Vernon and Robin Vernon?
Ted Vernon was born on 17 October 1948, in Long Island, New York, USA, and he is a businessman as well as a television personality. Robin Ziel was born on 11 April 1968, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida USA, and is an actress as well as a model. The two married, and became best known for being the hosts of the reality television show “South Beach Classics”, but the duo’s life was surrounded with controversy, eventually leading to their divorce and the cancellation of their show.
The Net Worth of Ted and Robin Vernon
How rich were Ted and Robin Vernon? As of mid-2018, sources inform us of a net worth that is estimated at over $15 million for Ted, and more than $2 million for Robin, earned through success in business and on television, and in Robin’s case also as a model.
Beginnings and Early Lives
Marriage and Business
Ted was first married to Austrian hairdresser Monika Sula in 1987, whom he met while he was in his thirties. They had two children, but in 1994 he filed for divorce, and as a part of the settlement, he was given primary custody of their children. Four years later, he would meet Robin who was 20 years younger than him, and the two started a relationship, marrying in a Buddhist ceremony in 2000.
They would go on to have a son and stay married for 15 years. Robin remained mainly behind the scenes until they began working in a business together, becoming the producers and hosts of the show entitled “South Beach Classics”. The show began in 2011, with them gathering an eclectic crew with the goal of buying, selling, trading, and exchanging various classic automobiles on the market. The show proved very popular and it would go on to run until its cancellation in 2017.
Divorce and Abuse Controversies
The two would later be documented accusing each other of cheating. The issues continued with Robin refused to go on the show, and proceeding with a divorce. She was replaced by Christine Morris, but there was a strong backlash as fans had already grown close to Robin. Eventually the case went to court, and reports stated that Ted was accused of domestic violence numerous times against his wife and his children – the reports prompted the network Velocity to pull “South Beach Classics” from their television lineup. Ted has been to court numerous times for various offenses such as battery, assault, disorderly conduct, and threatening a public servant.
With the issues plaguing them, the court ordered a permanent restraining order on Vernon to stop him approaching Robin. As a part of the court order, he was required to surrender 12 guns he owned, including one that was stolen, found in a car that was to be shipped to Germany. However, he was able to get his hands on the gun once more, and he was charged for violating the terms of the restraining order. He was initially faced with up to 10 years in prison, but since it was his first criminal offence, the sentencing guidelines showed that he should be sentenced to a maximum of six months.
However, further questions arose when Vernon was only fined, despite his multiple run-ins with the law. His daughter made a statement that she was disappointed with how the court proceeded with the issue. Perhaps there are some matters yet to be played-out between the two.
|TV Shows||South Beach Classics|
Social profile links
|1||On July 20, 1979 in West Palm Beach, Florida, Ted "Wolfman" Vernon knocked out Oscar Dix in 3 rounds. (professional boxing).|
|2||On 2nd May 1980 in the Miami Beach Convention Center, he knocked-out Armando Royo in 17 seconds.|
|3||On 25th September 1979 in the Miami Beach Convention Center, he was knocked out by Kent Baker in one round.|
|Gallery of Gore||2015||Video||The Judge (segment Dr.Tumor)|
|Bikini Swamp Girl Massacre||2014||Ted / Coowahchohee|
|Zombie Infection||2011||Colonel Vernon|
|South Beach Classics||2011||TV Series|
|S Club 7 in Miami||1999||TV Series||Stunt Double|
|Silent Hunter||1995||Lloyd Mason|
|South Beach||1993||Thug B|
|Extralarge: Black and White||1991||TV Movie||Receiver|
|Hammerhead Jones||1987||Hammerhead Jones|
|Bikini Swamp Girl Massacre||2014||executive producer|
|Zombie Infection||2011||executive producer|
|Death Print||2009||executive producer|
|Village of the Damned||1995||executive producer|
|Hammerhead Jones||1987||executive producer|
|Zombie Infection||2011||special thanks|
|South Beach Classics||2011-2014||TV Series||Himself|
|VidBlogger Nation||2011||TV Series||Himself|
|NWA Florida: Rage in the Cage||2005||Video||Himself|
|Freak in the Basement||Short filming||Hammerhead Jones|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia