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Courtney Hansen was born on 2 October 1974, in Minneapolis, Minnesota USA, and is a former fashion model, now a television host/personality, actress and author, but probably best known as a host of the TV reality show called “Overhaulin’” (2004). Hansen’s career started in 1998.
Have you ever wondered how rich Courtney Hansen is, as of late 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Hansen’s net worth is as high as $4 million, an amount earned mostly through her successful career on television, and previously as a fashion model. In addition to being a host and actress, Hansen is also an automotive columnist, which has improved her wealth too.
Courtney Hansen Net Worth $4 Million
Courtney Hansen is a daughter of Constance and Gerald John “Jerry” Hansen, and was raised in Orono, Minnesota where she spent a lot of time around the pits and garages at car racing tracks. Her father won 27 SCCA national racing championships, while Brainerd International Raceway was owned by her family from 1973 to 2006, so this exposure saw her develope a particular interest towards automobiles in general.
Hansen debuted on film in Roland Joffé’s “Goodbye Lover” (1998) starring Patricia Arquette, Dermot Mulroney, and Mary-Louise Parker, but she decided not to pursue an acting career and enrolled at the Florida State University instead. Courtney graduated with a degree in marketing in 2002, and afterwards secured a corporate job in marketing, but her good looks commented on by many saw her later quit to work as a fashion and fitness model, appearing on the covers of Hot Rod Magazine, Muscle & Fitness, among many others, which certainly improved her net worth.
However, in 2004 she was recruited to host the first season of the TV series called “Overhaulin’”, and then appeared on “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” (2005), and “Comedy Central Roast of Pamela Anderson” (2005).
By the end of the 2000s, Hansen had also worked as a host of “Destination Wild” (2006), had been a presenter of the TV special “Spike TV’s Autorox Awards 2006”, and appeared in an episode of “The Tyra Banks Show” in 2007. In 2011, Courtney appeared in “The Daily Habit” and in 2012, she hosted the documentary called “Autoweek’s Vinsetta Garage”. Most recently, she was a spokesperson for Endurance Warranty Services, LLC Endurance Warranty, but at the end of 2015, she announced that she was leaving “Powernation” the CBS sports program, to pursue other interests, yet to be identified. All these activities added steadily to her net worth.
Courtney Hansen published her first book entitled “The Garage Girl’s Guide to Everything You Need to Know About Your Car” in 2007, which also contributed to her net worth.
Regarding her personal life, Courtney Hansen was married to Ilya Sapritsky from 2010 to 2012. She now has a daughter named Holland Marysia Walker Hartington (born in 2014) with her boyfriend, Jay Hartington.