Who is Deanna Burditt?
Deanna Burditt was born in the USA, but has kept the date of her birth hidden from the media’s attention – it’s believed that she was born in the late 1970s, that her zodiac sign is Leo, and she holds American nationality. She is a legal secretary who might be known best for being the other half of Rick Harrison, a famous American businessman, TV personality, and the co-owner of the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop.
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Childhood and education
Deanna has been keeping the details of her childhood a secret, and nothing is known about any siblings or her family, except that it’s widely believed that both her parents have college degrees.
She attended a local high school and there became interested in law, which is one of the reasons why it is widely believed that her father was a lawyer. Deanna hasn’t talked about whether or not she continued her education after matriculating, however, many people think that she went on to obtain her Bachelor’s degree.
She is quite secretive when it comes to her career, but there are rumors circulating the internet claiming that she has been working as a legal assistant for more than two decades now.
Love life and marriage with Rick Harrison
By the time Deanna met Rick Harrison, she was already twice divorced and had three children, while Rick was divorced two times. With his first wife Kim (1982-1985)he has two sons Adam and Corey, and a son Jake with Tracy (1986-2011), his second wife.
Deanna and Rick haven’t talked about how and where they met, but on 21 July 2013, they married in a private ceremony attended by their closest friends and family, in Laguna Beach, California.
The two have decided not to have children together, but to focus on their careers, so as of December 2020, Deanna is married to her third husband Rick Harrison, and has three children from her previous marriages.
Hobbies and other interests
Deanna is not a fan of social media networks, and doesn’t have accounts on any, as she prefers to keep her personal matters to herself – it is believed by some that her husband is quite a jealous man, which is possibly why she isn’t active on the internet.
She likes to read books in her spare time, and her favorite genre is romantic comedy, while two of her favorite books are “Dear John” and “Romeo and Juliette”.
Deanna is keen on travelling, and has been to many US states with her husband to keep him company while he’s working, but the two have also travelled for pleasure, and visited several European countries including France and Greece.
She is keen on watching movies – her favorite actor and actress are the late Robin Williams and Natalie Portman, while a couple of her favorite movies are “Patch Adams”, “Good Will Hunting” and “Leon: The Professional”.
Age, height and net worth
Deanna is believed to be 42 or 43 years old. She has long black hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft 8ins (1.73m) and she weighs around 130lbs (58kgs). As of December 2020, her net worth has been estimated at over $400,000, while her husband’s net worth has been estimated at over $9 million.
Who is Rick Harrison?
Richard ‘Rick’ Kevin Harrison was born in Lexington, North Carolina USA on 22 March 1965 – his zodiac sign is Aries and he holds American nationality. He might be known best for his co-starring role in the reality TV show “Pawn Stars”, which has been airing since 2009, and also stars Corey Harrison and Austin ‘Chumlee’ Russell. It follows a Las Vegas pawn shop run by its three owners, and the show has won four awards while being nominated for three others.
Rick was raised in Lexington and San Diego, California, alongside his brothers Joseph Kent Harrison and Chris Harrison; their sister Sherry Joanne died when she was six. Their father Richard Benjamin Harrison Jr. is a US Navy veteran, while their mother Joanne Rhue is a housewife. Rick was eight when he started having epileptic seizures, and this is what made him become interested in books, as he spent a lot of time in his bed – his favorite book of all times is “The Great Brain” by John D. Fitzgerald.
He studied at Taft Middle School before moving on to San Diego Unified School District, which he had to quit after his family moved to Las Vegas in Nevada, however, he chose not to enroll at another high school, but to focus on his career.
When Rick was 16, his father opened the Gold & Silver Coin Shop, a secondhand store at which Rick worked during the day while he did various other jobs at night. The shop obtained its pawn license in 1989, which led Rick and his father to rename it to Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, and by 2005 the shop was loaning around $3 million, which meant $700,000 income for the father and son.
It was Rick’s idea to create a show about his pawn shop, and it was in 2008 that Colby Gaines and Brent Montgomery who worked at Leftfield Pictures decided to create a show about it, and “Pawn Stars” became the best rated show airing on the History Channel in January 2011. On 7 June 2011, Rick published his biography “License to Pawn: Deals, Steals, and My Life at the Gold & Silver” – it became a #22 bestseller.
Rick is a supporter of the Republican Party, and supported Donald Trump in the 2016 and 2020 elections – he has revealed to be thinking about running for the Governor of Nevada in 2022.