|Real Name:||Storage Wars|
|Occupation:||Reality TV Personalities|
|Birth Day:||May 19, 2013|
|Birth Place:||San Diego, California, USA, United States|
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Barry Weiss, also known as The Collector (Seasons 1—4): Weiss and his brother owned a successful produce company until he retired. Weiss is a lifelong antiques collector, but he had never bought a storage unit until his friend and Storage Wars executive producer and narrator Thom Beers suggested that he join the show. On June 25, 2013, it was reported that Weiss would not return to the show for season five. In February 2014, A&E announced that Weiss would be starring in his own spin-off series, titled Barry'd Treasure. In 2015, Weiss starred in a new spinoff, titled Storage Wars: Barry Strikes Back, where alongside friend and colleague Kenny Crossley, he reviews and adds new commentary for past episodes of the series. Barry is godfather to Jesse James. He is also the "official spokesperson" and "brand ambassador" for Sherwood Valley Casino in Willits, California.
In January 2013, rather than deny the accusations, A&E responded by stating that its composition of the show is covered by the First Amendment, and that Hester's claims do not apply; the network also said that the Communications Act of 1934 is inapplicable to cable television, which did not exist in 1934, and that the format of Storage Wars involves no "chance", "intellectual knowledge", or "intellectual skill" and so is not a game show. A&E also stated that there are "notable inconsistencies in [Hester's] exaggerated self-portrait", referring to his claims of value on the items that he finds in lockers.
In March 2013, A&E won a partial victory in the suit when a federal judge tossed out Hester's claim of unfair business practices, calling the show "expressive free speech", and stating that his claim of wrongful termination was not specific enough. Hester was ordered to pay the legal fees for A&E.
On September 3, 2013, Hester had one of his claims approved by Los Angeles Superior Court judge Michael Johnson. The court ruled that Hester "can move forward with the wrongful termination portion of his wide-ranging lawsuit against A&E and the producers of Storage Wars."
Jarrod Schulz and Brandi Passante, also known as The Young Guns (Season 1—): At the start of the series, Schulz and Passante owned and operated the "Now and Then" thrift store in Orange, California. In the fourth season, they opened a second location in Long Beach, California, but in the premiere of season five, it was revealed that the Long Beach store hadn't made a profit since opening day, putting the pair in financial jeopardy. The Long Beach store was shown to have closed during the opening segment of the episode aired on April 8, 2014. Their Orange store was also permanently closed in early 2016. On April 24, 2014, A&E premiered the special Brandi & Jarrod: Married to the Job, which focused on the two balancing running their business and raising their two children. The special led to a spin-off series of the same name, premiering on August 12, 2014. Though identified on screen as husband and wife in some episodes, Schulz and Passante have never actually married. They have two children, Cameron and Payton.
Mary Padian, also known as The Junkster (Season 5—): A former regular of the spin-off series Storage Wars: Texas, Mary joined the cast in season five, appearing in three episodes whilst on a visit to Long Beach in January 2014. In the sixth season, Mary became a main buyer. Mary is the proprietor of Mary's Finds, an antique and furniture restoration business. Several episodes have shown Mary restoring items taken from the units she has purchased, right through to the sale to the intended buyer. Mary is close friends with Ivy Calvin, who she often refers to as her "BFF".
On July 15, 2014, it was announced that Hester and A&E came to a settlement, setting the stage for his return to the show on August 12, 2014.
Brandon Sheets, also known as The Sidebet (Seasons 1—9): Darrell Sheets' son, who often accompanies him to the auctions. In later seasons, Brandon attended auctions on his own and also bid against his father for the same units. Brandon tweeted on December 20, 2016 that he will be leaving the show after the ninth season due to budget cuts. Brandon now works as a real estate agent in Arizona.
Emily Wears-Kroul (Season 10—): Emily was appointed as a new semi-regular auctioneer from the tenth season. Wears was only 17 years old when she finished auction school, and is one of the youngest auctioneers currently working in the business. Wears runs her own auction business in Solon, Iowa with her father, who is a lifelong bid caller. Wears also appeared as a contestant during the 15th season of American Idol. Wears married in 2017, and is close friends with Mary Padian.
Beginning in 2019, A&E began airing "best of.." episodes of the show titled as Storage Wars: Back to the Locker. It focuses on the buyers' best (and worst) storage unit purchases grouped by theme ("Child's Play", "Art of the Deal", etc.).
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Currently, Darrell Sheets is 8 years, 4 months and 4 days old. Darrell Sheets will celebrate 9th birthday on a Thursday 19th of May 2022. Below we countdown to Darrell Sheets upcoming birthday.