Barry Weiss Net Worth : $10 Million
An American Professional Storage-Treasure Hunter and Reality Television Personality
Source of Wealth
Television and Auction
Years of Experience
32 years (approx)
Date of Birth
February 11, 1959
Graduated from Cornell University, New York
Barry Weiss Income & Total Net Worth
Barry Weiss is an American Executive Producer, who helped Britney Spears, ‘N Sync, Justin Timberlake, T-Pain, Backstreet Boys, Usher and many others in establishing their career. Barry’s net worth is estimated to be $10 million. He is the Chairman and CEO of The Island Def Jam Music Group. Barry is also featured in an American reality show, Storage Wars. He is also a renowned professional storage-treasure hunter.
Barry was interested in the antique’s business and storage auctions, since childhood. Before becoming a reality star, he along with his brother started the wholesale grocery business. They established a company known as Northern Produce. Through this business, Barry earned a net worth of multi-million dollars. He remained in this business for 25 years. After retiring from the business, he used his net worth to fulfill his passion for collectibles and antiques.
Properties: Private Fortune
Barry owns an expensive and beautiful Beverly Hills mansion, worth $1.8 million. This Spanish Revival home has 4 bedrooms and was built in 1928.
Cars and Autos
Barry possesses an impressive collection of cars. He owns a Beatnik Custom Hot Rod, a 1947 Custom Cowboy Cadillac, 1940 Ford cab-over-engine (COE) Truck, a customized Harley Davidson, Ducati Diavel, Jaguar XG. Barry also has a Moto Guzzi motorcycle.
Besides this, he owns a vast collection of precious antiques.
Barry Weiss Career
Before becoming a superstar of Storage Wars, he used to scan sales data for Clive Calder of Zomba. In 2004, he was appointed as the head of the Zomba Label Group. In March 2011, he left the company and became the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Universal Republic and The Island Def Jam Music Group.
Storage Wars: It is the most famous American auctioning reality show, premiered in 2010. This show features Barry Weiss as “The Collector”. Storage Wars broadcasts not only in America, but also in Canada, Australia, U.K., Sweden, Netherlands, Denmark, Italy, Poland, and Norway. Four Seasons of Storage Wars have been premiered till date. According to a report, Barry charges $10,000 per episode for this show.
Music Labels: Barry owns some recording labels, like The Island Def Jam Music Group, Universal Republic Records, Jive Records (First U.S. Record Label), and Universal Motown Republic Group.