Tim Wonnacott net worth

Tim Wonnacott net worth

Net Worth: $2 Million

About Tim Wonnacott

Tim Wonnacott net worth

Tim Wonnacott is one of the best known auctioneers in the United States. This career has been one of the main sources of increasing the current amount of Tim Wonnacott net worth, as well, which reaches 2 million dollars. In addition to this career, he is a surveyor, antiques expert and TV show star. In the period of 2003-2015, Tim Wonnacott was known from TV screens, where he hosted the BBC show called “Bargain Hunt”. The show became a major source of increasing the total size of Tim Wonnacott net worth, too. The series are still being broadcasted.
Tim Wonnacott was born in 1951 and was studying at the independent West Buckland School in Devon. As an auctioneer and surveyor, he attended the Victoria and Albert Museum, where he was studying fine and decorative arts. In fact, he decided to follow in his father’s footsteps, who was an auctioneer, too, named Major Raymond Wonnacott.
In 1978, Tim Wonnacott started to work at Sotheby’s. In 1985, he was promoted to become a full Director of the company. Eventually, he became the chairman of Sotheby’s South. In 2003, he decided to leave this company, where he stayed for 25 years.

Thus, it also increased the total size of Tim Wonnacott net worth. He left it in order to focus on his media work.
He decided to found his own company called Tim Wonnacott & Associates, which is the fine art agency and brokerage business. The aim of this business is to advise buyers and sellers of antique things. At auctions, Tim Wonnacott has helped to raise money for various charities. Such auctions include the ‘Cow Parade’ auctions in London, the sale of statues of Shaun the Sheep in Bristol and the sale of statues of Gromit in Bristol, too. Currently, Tim Wonnacott is an Associate of the Society of Valuers and Auctioneers as well as a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
In addition to his work in auctions, Tim Wonnacott is a TV show star and this career has made him even more known and increased the overall sum of Tim Wonnacott net worth. In 2003, he was chosen to replace David Dickinson as the host of the British show called “Bargain Hunt”, which airs on BBC One. The contract stated that he would be appearing in only 30 shows but because he was so liked by the fans of the show that he has appeared in more than 350 episodes of it. The show became a major source of his fame, as well. Currently, he is appearing as a narrator of two shows, called “Celebrity Antiques Road Trip” and “Antiques Road Trip”.
He has appeared on numerous other shows, such as “Restoration” on BBC One, “Royal Upstairs Downstairs”, “The Divine Michelangelo”, “Buried Treasures”, “Test the Nation”, “The Great Antiques Hunt”, “Ready, Steady, Cook”, “Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is”, “This Morning”, “The Antiques Show”, “Top Gear”, “Light Lunch”, “Going, Going, Gone” and “Going for a Song”. These appearances have increased the total estimate of Tim Wonnacott net worth, too.

Now you have an idea why Tim Wonnacott net worth is this huge

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