What's the Net Worth of TV personality Danielle Colby? When did she join American Pickers?
TV personality Danielle Colby Net worth
Reportedly, Colby has served with liens totaling several thousand dollars over the past few years. Forty-one-year-old TV star, Danielle Colby earns a huge amount of net worth.
When she's not filming for "American Pickers", Danielle is designing her own clothing line and owns and operates a clothing store in her hometown Iowa, U.S.A.
Colby has opened her own clothing store, 4 Miles 2 Memphis, in Chicago in the year 2013. Her clothing store is on Etsy as well.
Danielle Colby, a Burlesque Dancer
When she was living with her family in Chicago, Colby attended a burlesque performance featuring comedian Margaret Cho and dancer Satan's Angel.
This prompted in her a desire to be a burlesque dancer. Soon thereafter, she moved back with her family to the Quad Cities area of Iowa and created the professional burlesque troupe 'Burlesque Le Moustache,' along with nine performers.
American Pickers, Danielle Is A Burlesque Dancer
The show includes Colby herself under the stage name Dannie Diesel, visiting eastern Iowa and western Illinois.
In October 2014, Danielle owned a burlesque academy named "Danielle Diesel's Bump 'n' Grind Academy in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago.
Danielle Colby's splendid career at American Pickers
Danielle Colby joined American Pickers in 2010 as the office manager for Antique Archaeology. The antique store was owned by series stars Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz and featured on the reality show American Pickers which airs on the History Channel.
Danielle Colby from 'American Pickers' showing off a vintage find
American Picker's, Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz are pickers that travel the country and go anywhere just for the prospects of finding the antique gold. The reality show takes them to extraordinary places across the country.
Danielle Colby, the assistant accompanies the team while finding comedic pickle. The two locations of Antique Archaeology are at 115 1/2 Davenport St, Le Claire, Iowa and at 1300 Clinton St, Suite 130 Nashville, TN.
Danielle is the savvy woman behind the scenes, holding the store together in Iowa while the Laurel and Hardy-esque duo of Mike and Frank drive around the country looking for buried antique treasure. Together, three of them have made the show a success with their comedic antiques as they scour the country to find their antique treasures.
R-E-S-P-E-C-T find out what it means to me..... Hi everyone! This is my work family, I love them. We all may have voted differently. We don't necessarily agree with each other's opinions on politics or religion. We each have very different opinions about all of it. But you know what we do have in common? Unconditional love for one another. We can voice our opinions, we can have conversations. Sometimes we even have discussions that get a little bit heated But at the end of it, we love each other and we respect each other. They don't call us disparaging names because We are feminists. They don't belittle us for fighting for equal rights. We don't call them disparaging names because they're men. We don't revolt in hatred. We love each other we hold tight we hold fast and we hold strong. Through all the bs everybody throws at us we are strong. Through all the bs we throw at each other, we are strong. my favorite part about working with the folks I work with is that we don't have to be the same in order to love each other. Mike and frank encourage me to use my voice in good conscience and Lauren is right with me, unless, that day, I'm right with her. My boys encourage the women that work with them to be strong, to be spirited, and to use their voice. Even if we didn't vote the same way, even if we don't have the same politics and religious ideals. Because that's what humans are supposed to do. Because there are millions of different personalities out there. Respect is the name of the game. Find the common ground in the workplace or at home, grow from there. If you are being oppressed… at home, at work, at school, wherever... Do what you have to do to get out of the situation. Oppressors don't change easily, they are predators, it's too deeply ingrained in their nature. Get out, get safe, find some people like these folks to hang out with. You know, some folks who don't always agree on everything but have basic human decency and respect for one another. That's what we seem to be missing these days. There will always be bad people no matter the gender or race, but there will always be more good people! Right now folks just aren't putting their best foot forward
American Pickers is considered one of the better and refreshing reality shows on TV today. This show may be one of the few reality shows which does not have to be bleeped for language.
Three of them are respectful to all of the sellers and even overpay sometimes when they do not have to. People enjoy this show for the historical aspect as well as the pure entertainment value and learn something almost every time.