Corey Harrison Biography
Corey Harrison born Richard Corey Harrison is an American businessman and reality television personality. He was born on April 27, 1983. He was born and raised in Las Vegas. He has two brothers, Adam Harrison and Jake Harrison.
Corey is the son of Rick Harrison and the grandson of Richard Benjamin Harrison, who co-own the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas. Corey also knows as “Big Hoss” is known as a cast member of the History TV series Pawn Stars, which documents his work at the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas, which he co-owns with his father, Rick Harrison, and grandfather, Richard Benjamin Harrison. He began working at the shop at the age of nine.
Plots of Pawn Stars often feature Harrison coming into conflict with his father and grandfather over his knowledge of the shop’s inventory, his responsibilities as a manager, and his overall judgment in sales, in particular, his purchase of expensive items.
Corey has a passion for Harley’s and has been a proud biker for years. Although he doesn’t have much free time, he enjoys going on rides every opportunity he gets. However, don’t let the tough persona of a biker fool you, Corey is a kind spirit at heart and loves helping others whether it’s signing an autograph for a fan or taking time from his busy schedule to show his support for great causes by attending benefits that raise awareness.
Working with and being the son of Rick Harrison and the grandson of the “Old Man” Corey has compared their relationship to the most normal dysfunctional tyranny of love. A man of clever words and sarcastic phrases Corey is known for his humorous analogies, perhaps one of his most memorable quotes is ” Life ain’t all burritos and strippers if you can’t handle it wear a helmet”.
Harrison appeared as himself, alongside his dad Rick and Chumlee in “I Lost My Head in Vegas”, the November 3, 2012 episode of the American TV series iCarly. On April 26, 2014, hours before his 31st birthday celebration, Harrison was injured in a motorcycle accident. He suffered a broken arm and injuries to his back and foot.
Corey Harrison Age
He was born on April 27, 1983.
Corey Harrison Height
He stands at a height of 6’0” (184 cm).
Corey Harrison Parents- Corey Harrison Mother
He is the son of Kim Harrison and his father is Rick Harrison.
Corey Harrison Wife – Corey Harrison Married
Harrison was first married to Charlene Harrison until their divorce in 2015. His second marriage is to Kiki Harrison.
Corey Harrison Children
He has two children, a son called Jacob Harrison and a daughter known as Sarina Harrison.
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Corey Harrison Charlene Harrison
Harrison got married to his high school sweetheart Charlene in 2009. The couple was married for six years until their divorce in 2015. He had purchased the home in 2011 for $385,000.
Corey Harrison Net Worth – Big Hoss Net Worth
As one of the best influential seller and business person, he has an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Corey Harrison Weight Loss – Big Hoss Weight Loss
At his heaviest, Harrison weighed more than 400 pounds. He dropped 190 Pounds after learning he was Pre-Diabetic.
Corey Harrison House
Corey’s luxuries house in Las Vegas hit the headlines in 2016 when he put it on sale for $2.39 million. The mansion had seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, swimming pool and a private bar.
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Another Harrison on the way for ‘Pawn Stars’ family
Updated: March 31, 2018
Coming soon to “Pawn Stars,” a little baby named for “Old Man.”
“Pawn Stars” mainstay Corey Harrison and his wife, Kiki, are expecting their first child, to be named Richard Benjamin Harrison. It’s the same name as Richard “Old Man” Harrison, patriarch of the Gold & Silver Pawn family and co-star with Corey, Rick Harrison and Austin “Chumlee” Russell on the History channel hit show.
Corey and his wife announced the pregnancy last week on Corey’s Instagram page. He says of the addition to the family, “I’m happy, and I’m nervous as hell.”
It’s the couple’s first child. The due date is Oct. 23.
“I hope he has Corey’s eyes,” says Kiki, who works as an executive assistant in Las Vegas. The couple were married May 26 near Kiki’s hometown of San Diego.
Corey Harrison continues his amazement (and he is not alone) at the success of “Pawn Stars,” a ratings hit since it debuted in July 2009. The show has sparked several side businesses for the cast members, especially the Pawn Plaza shopping annex just south of the Gold & Silver operation on Las Vegas Boulevard, just north of Charleston Boulevard.
“It’s the song that never ends,” he says. “The store is full, people still love the show, and we’re getting ready to start filming again. It used to be that I’d work 80 hours a week and never get caught up. Now I’m looking for stuff to do.”
Come late October, that will probably not be the case.