Paul Teutul Sr is a popular founder of Orange County Choppers who is a founder of manufactures company custom bikes. Teutul Sr started to rose fame into the limelight after he released his reality television series, American Chopper. Apart from that, he also wrote two books about fabricating automobiles.
When was Paul Teutul Sr Born?
Is Paul Teutul Sr still Alive?
What’s Paul Teutul Sr Net Worth?
Paul Teutul Sr has earned an estimated net worth of $15 million. Teutul is also very popular for his vintage car collection from the 1940-1960s, which each of them worth around $79,000. As a producer, from the documentary series he has earned around $100k per episode. In the year 2017, he listed his luxury mansion in Montgomery, New York that worth $2.9million. Paul’s house built on a 38-acre property that includes a hot tub, pool house, gazebo, volleyball court, and water features.
Is Paul Still Married?
Looking at his personal life, he is single at the moment. Teutul has married twice. Paul first got married to Paula Teutul in the year 1969. The beautiful couple with four children, a daughter Christin Teutul and three sons Daniel Teutul, Michael Teutul, and Paul Teutul Jr. In addition, Teutul’s daughter Christin is a nurse where his three sons are involved in the same profession; a custom bike builder. He was living his happy life with his wife and children until the couple got divorced in the year 1995. More about his second marriage, Paul tied the knot to Beth Ann Santos in July 2007. Moreover, their marriage could not last for a long and separated in 2012 and officially divorced in February 2015.
What is the Height of Paul Teutul Sr?
Teutul stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch. But his body weight is still under wrap. His hair color is grey with a pair of brown eyes color.
Looking at his career, after he returned from the war, Paul started his own company called Orange County Ironworks, a fabrication shop now solely owned by his son Daniel Teutul. Furthermore, he is the owner of the company, his son Daniel Teutul serves as a manager. Similarly, he starts building customs bikes for his pleasure, which he just inspired by many custom bikes appearing on the street and in movies. In the year 1999, Paul Teutul left the Orange County Ironworks and founded Orange County Choppers to build custom bikes. He offered the company to his son Paul Teutul Jr. and started to produce custom bikes for sale.