How rich is Courtney Hansen?


How rich is Courtney Hansen?

Courtney Hansen Net Worth:
$4 Million

Courtney Hansen Net Worth:

Courtney Hansen Net Worth $4 Million

Courtney Hansen is an American television host/persona, syndicated columnist, published writer, and former fashion model. Her net worth according to present study was collected to be around $4 million dollars. The daughter of SCCA championship racer, Jerry Hansen, Courtney Hansen developed a love of automobiles early. She now hosts various automotive related or traveling shows on Spike TV and Fox Sports Network, and composes an automotive column for FHM magazine. Courtney has hosted seven seasons Spike TV’s “Powerblock” which airs ever weekend and includes various auto related plans.

Her dad is a victor of 27 SCCA national racing tournaments. Her family possessed Brainerd Raceway and she grew up in Orono, Minnesota, and spent tons of time around the pits and garages at racing tracks. Because of this, she’s an auto enthusiast, and much of her work to date has revolved around cars. After graduating with a diploma in marketing from Florida State University, she undertook a corporate job in advertising. Hansen’s first major TV role was cohost of the success auto makeover show Overhaulin’. She went on to host Spike TV’s Powerblock, that was composed of four half hour automotive shows, for eight seasons. She hosted a special for Spike TV called Great Constructs. The garage serviced everything from passenger cars to Ford Model Ts to Chevrolet Corvettes. In January 2014 Hansen began responsibilities as host of the new NBC Sports, Spike TV and CBS Sports TV series PowerNation, and is now the representative for Endurance Guarantee.

Birth date: October 2, 1974
Birth place: Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Height:1.75 m
Profession: Executive Producer, Host of a TV show, Columnist, Author, Former Fashion Model
Education: Florida State University
Nationality: American
Partner: Jay Hartington
Spouse: Ilya Sapritsky (m. 2010–2012)
Children: Holland Marysia Walker Hartington
Movies: “Goodbye Lover” (1998), “The Daily Habit” (2012), “Autoweek's Vinsetta Garage”
TV shows: “Overhaulin'” (2004), “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” (2005), “Comedy Central Roast of Pamela Anderson” (2005), “Destination Wild” (2006), “PowerNation”, “Rides: Biggest Spenders”, “Million Dollar Motors”, “Spike TV's Autorox Awards 2006”, “Great Builds”, “The Tyra Banks Show” (2007)

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