Tim Hogarth Biography: Age, Net Worth, Wife, Wikipedia, Antiques, Pictures, Children
Tim Hogarth (born June 1967) is an influential and renowned television presenter, author, and businessman.
He owns one of the biggest antique stores in Europe and beyond.
He is famously known for being the presenter of the ITV television show, Secret Dealers.
The English man started from scratch before becoming a world icon and a force to reckon with.
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|Full Name:||Tim Hogarth|
|Born:||21 June 1967 (age 55 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||Keighley, West Yorkshire|
|Spouse • Wife:||Nicola Hogarth (m. 1995)|
|Occupation:||Businessman • Tv Personality|
Tim Hogarth is a British born in June 1967 in the city of Keighly, West Yorkshire.
He grew up in the small village of Haworth, famously known for being the resident of The Bronte sisters.
Information about his immediate family is not available to the public for now.
Information about Tim Hogarth‘s educational background is still under review by our team and will be updated once validated.
Tim Hogarth became engrossed and keenly interested in history and antiques from a very tender age. He would attend local Jumble sales and subsequently progress to antique fairs and Flea markets.
Soon enough, Tim Hogarth wanted to start his own antique business. But, unfortunately, he had to withdraw the money he saved from working at a local factory after school to achieve this.
He started first by engaging in market trade before moving to antique fairs, which gave him enough money to open up his shop in Haworth.
After gaining enough experience in his trade, Tim Hogarth often traveled to London to sell antiques in Covent Garden Market located in Portobello Bermondsey. There he became a constant personality selling Art Antiquese to the international client base, to essential and top people of the society such as Princess Margret, Ralph Lauren Valentino, and to mention but a few.
Tim Hogarth‘s business was on the high side in 2006, and to cap it all, he was approached to be a contributing dealer on a newly created TV show titled, Dickson’s Real Deal (DRD). The show was welcomed with pleasure by viewers of all ages and worldwide, giving him celebrity attention.
Following successes recorded in the show, ITV started a spin-off Tv show titled, Secret Dealers with the introduction of real deal dealers. Later on, ITV dropped the presenters and made the 7 most popular dealers stars of the show taking over the roles of the presenter.
Through the new creation, the show made a remarkable success in Australia, and just like Dickson’s Real Deal, it was shown around the world and even got nominated for the category of Best Day Time Show at the Royal TV awards.
In 2015, Tim Hogarth gained the momentum to write his first book, which he titled, The Dazzling Lady Docker. The book is about the biography of the infamous Socialite in the 1950s and spendthrift, who, up to date, is the first and only person to be banned from the city of Monaco in France.
The book sold as a bestseller and featured heavily in several publications Inc Daily Mail and Tatler. The top-rated book is also available on Amazon and sells for $28.
Tim Hogarth has over 20k devotees on his Twitter account with over 42.3 Tweets. He motivates his followers and provides series of entertainment and discussions on his Twitter Page.
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Tim Hogarth is married to the love of his life named Nicola Hogarth.
Tim met his wife through the antique business and married her in 1995.
The union produced a lovely daughter named Hester Hogarth in 2001. The family has a lovely apartment in Bradford, England.
Tim Hogarth‘s earnings are not known to the public because the successful business mogul refuses to disclose such details to the media. However, he’s been estimated to have a net worth of $500,000.
In October 2018, Daily Record reported that a masked gang robbed Tim Hogarth‘s store of £80,000 worth of collectibles and antiques within the short time of three minutes and few seconds.
Nonetheless, the setback did not affect Tim Hogarth‘s standard of living and his family as a whole.
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