Charles Hanson Wiki, Age, Bio, Children, Wife, Family, Illness, House, Net Worth

Charles Hanson Biography – Charles Hanson Wiki

Charles Hanson is an auctioneer, chartered surveyor, and television personality. He is the owner and the Managing Director at Hansons Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd. Hanson appears as an antiques expert on the television programs Bargain Hunt, Flog It!, and Antiques Road Trip. Hanson started his career in 1999 at Christie’s as a valuer in the European Ceramics and Glass Department. Later he worked for antique houses in Cheshire and Staffordshire before founding Hansons Auctioneers and Valuers in Etwall, Derbyshire in August 2005. In 2016 his company opened a department specializing in coins and antiquities, called Historica.

Since 2002, Hanson has appeared on the BBC television programme Bargain Hunt where he acts as an adviser to one of two teams of contestants who buy and sell antiques and attempt to gain a profit. In November 2018 he appeared as an expert on a celebrity edition of Bargain Hunt in which stars of the BBC series ‘Casualty’ made up the teams and tried to raise money for Children in Need. In 2017 Hanson took his music career debut with fellow BBC Antique Experts Philip Serrell, Charlie Ross, and James Braxton by recording a Rock version of the classic Sleigh Ride in aid of BBC Children in Need. It was released digitally on independent record label Saga Entertainment and peaked at number 1 on the Amazon Rock Charts. In August 2012, he was diagnosed with testicular cancer.

Charles Hanson Age

He was born on May 29, 1978, in Holbrook, Derbyshire, England.

Charles Hanson Net Worth

Charles Hanson’s net worth is estimated to be $1 million.

Charles Hanson Wife

He is married to his wife Rebecca Ludlam. The two were married In 2010. The couple has two children their daughter Matilda, and their son Frederick. He lives in Derbyshire with his wife and two children. The couple also had a stillborn son Thomas.

Charles Hanson Salary

He earns an estimated annual salary of $150 thousand.

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