We all Dream, of Having a Successful Career, That we Not Only Enjoy but will also help us Lead a Comfortable Life. However, This is Easier Said than Done, as Most of us Lack the Patience, Willingness, and right mindset to Do So, But that is not the Case for All of us. Paul Brown is Among those who have Overcome the Many Challenges that Coem their Way, and Curved a Successful Career in auctioneering.
He is a Veteran Pawnstar whose Reputation as a Master Craftsman precedes Him. Paul is also a Humble Man who Never Shies from Getting his hands Dirty and helps his Workers Offload Various Artifacts that Come to His Shop a Trait that has Made him Popular among his Workers. Nick-Named the God-Father of Atlanta, for his Years of Service to his Community, He Does Not Consider Himself Your Average antique dealer a trait that has helped him Redefine the Game. Today, We Take a Look at his Personal Life, Family, and Life before and After Auction Kings and Give you a First hand Take on the Topics. Here is His Story.
Paul Brown Biography
Paul Brown owns Gallery 63, an Auction House in Atlanta. Born on November 3, 1966, he Is Best Known For Starring in the Now Legendary Auction Reality tv Show Auction Kings. The Show Aired for Four Full Seasons Between 2010 and 2013. Today, He is already one of the Most Prominent Auctioneers, in Atlanta a Title that he has without Doubt Earned. He Has a keen Eye for Detail and the Ability to analyze, and auction off almost anything that has come in handy in His Line of Work.
He comes From a Family with a history of Auctioneering and he Learned the Craft from his Late father. His Father Owned the Legendary Red Baron Antiques in Roswell Atlanta, Georgia which he Later Inherited himself in 1989. Under his Leadership, his Family Business has Gone From Strength to Strength and is Now one of the Most Popular Auction Houses in the Country.
Prior to Him Joining the Family business, Paul Wanted to Become an English Teacher and Help Impact his Community. However, Life had other Plans For him, While he was attending Grad School, his Then Girlfriend Turned Ex-Wife Heather, Anne Armstrong, Become Pregnant, and in 1989 he had to Quit School, and Join the Family Business in Order to Make Ends Meet for his Young family. While he had taken a Temporary, Spot in the Family business, He Quickly Fell in Love with the Craft and He has Never Looked Back Since.
In 2005, After he had Spent Over 16 Years working alongside his Father, he Decided to Branch out and Start his Own Venture alongside Fellow Antiques Guru Cindy Shook. He moved to Sandy Springs, Georgia, and Bought a Business Apartment located on Roswell Road immediately north of the Atlanta city limit where he Set up the Now Popular Gallery 63.
From 2005-2009 Gallery 63 show a Rapid Rise in Popularity and in clientele thanks to Paul’s Expertise and Experience. In 2008, He was Inspired by the then Popular Tv Show Pawn Stars to Get his Gallery on Tv, but Initially, the Idea did not materialize. However, the Following Year he Filmed a Short sizzle reel showing his Gallery, some Interesting Pieces From the Gallery, and His employees as they went about their business. He then Sent it to a Production Company That edited it and Passed it to Discovery who Immediately Authorized a 26-episode Season of what is Now Known as Auction king.
Auction Kings Made its On Screen Debut on October 26, 2010, and Run For Four Successful Seasons. Its Final Episode Aired on May 16, 2013.
Cancer and Health status
In 2018, Paul Brown was Visiting his Doctor when he was Diagonized with a Mild case of prostate cancer. He was advised to Immediately Seek Medical Intervention. After Undergoing the necessary Treatments For a Few Years, He was able to Fully Overcome the Ailment. Today, he is a Prostate Cancer Activist who Strives to Create awareness about the Disease among his Local Community and Mostly Men.
What Happened to Paul Brown after Auction Kings?
Paul Brown has Adapted Well to Live after Auction Kings. He Capitalized on the Fame that Came with the Show and Expanded his Business. Initially, He Had decided to Lease out Gallery 63 and concentrate on his Then Budding career as The Host and Developer of the Endless Yard Sale for GAC.
He However, Decided to Revive his Gallery 63, in 2016 after Getting a Call From a Well Known jewelry wholesaler, who wanted to Partner Up with Him. In 2023, Paul continues to bring high-end lots and Jewelry to auction at Gallery63 alongside Other Auction Kings Co-Stars and They Have Been Successfully Doing Sor for the Past 7 Years or So.
Paul Brown’s Wife and Age
Paul Brown, 56, and his Wife Linda Wood, Recently Celebrated their 11 Year anniversary in November 2022. The Couple Exchanged Vows on November 10, 2011 Infront of a Small congregation of Friends and Family. He was Previously Married to his College Sweetheart Heather Anne Armstrong and the Pair Share Two Sons Together namely Elijah and Josie Brown.
Paul and his First Wife Divorced after a Few Years of Marriage Due to irreconcilable differences but they Continued to Co-parent their Young Kids. Linda was also Previously Married to the Father of his Only Child, Lily but the pair also Parted Ways and as Destiny would Have it she ended up meeting her Better Half Paul.
Paul Brown’s Net Worth
Over the Years Paul has had a Successful Career, as a Reality tv Star, Entrepreneur, and Pawn Star. He has been Abl;e to Acquire Properties, businesses, and Cars all of Which are Part of his Huge Net Wort. In 2023, his Net Worth is Estimated at $20 Million according To Various Business Insiders.