The television personality who has been an integral part of the Storage Wars since 2010, Jarrod Schulz has worked throughout the show's and has established himself as a competitive force on the auction block.
Beside, Jarrod Schulz being a Television personality, he is also a business owner and even a fashion designer. So if you wanna know more about the multi-talented person, Jarrod Schulz, here's everything you need to know about Jarrod. Just stick with us.
Jarrod Schulz was born on October 15, 1997, as Brandi Schulz. He worked as a sales manager for a carpet-cleaning company in Tustin. Previously, he served as the co-owner of the Now and Then Thrift Store.
The reality TV star has owned the clothing company, Outlaw Apparel and operates it. Jarrod even wears the clothes that he designed while appearing on Storage Wars.
It is said that Outlaw Apparel offers clothing that "express their desire to live life on their own terms." Talking about the clothing options, the company offers clothes for men, women, and children.
Being an American reality star, Jarrod has an estimated net worth of $ 2.0 million and we are sure that it will grow. As he appears on many shows and events, he might be earning from there as well.
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Jarrod was reportedly arrested in 1997 for felony possession of a controlled substances. He spent 16 months in state prison for narcotics trafficking charges.
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And after meeting Brandi Passante in the year 1999, he turned over a new leaf and found refocused his life. At present, he is a family man and is living a happy married life with his wife and family.
As said earlier, Jarrod met Passante in 1999. They were both working at a carpet cleaning company and Jarrod was the store manager and Passante has just joined the company. They were the first cast member of the show A&E.
However the couple has been in a relationship for more than a decade and is the parents of two children, a son, and a daughter but still they are not in a marriage relationship.
The couple, Jarrod and Passante own their own Thrifty store in Orange, California. Since the couple joined Store Wars, the store has become a bit of a tourist attraction.
The pair also operated a second location of the store in Long Beach but faces too much loss. And the store was closed. We come to the end of our discussion, we hope you enjoyed reading this.