In 2010, Wong attended the wedding of common friends and there he met GoodRx’s vice president of product and the son of inventor Ken Hakuta, Justin Hakuta. In 2014, they finally tied the knot.
Wong has been open about miscarrying twins before conceiving her first kid, and the couple now has two children, Mari and Nikki. She found that laughing off her miscarriage helped her get through it.
The split between Wong and Hakuta was made public in April of 2022.
Frank Fritz was born on October 11, 1965, in Davenport, Iowa. Susan and Bill got a divorce when Frank was small, and Susan later married Richard Zerbe. Fritz loved dirt bike riding and collecting pebbles, beer cans, and stamps when he was a kid.
Frank worked at Coast to Coast Hardware and Quad-City Automatic Sprinkler when he was a youngster to save up for a $4,100 Harley-Davidson.
Fritz and Mike Wolfe, his future co-host on “American Pickers,” met in elementary school and went on to graduate from Bettendorf High School in the same year, 1982.
Frank worked as a fire inspector for 25 years after graduating from college, during which time he amassed a collection of items relating to firefighting and fire stations. He believed he could earn a living doing this after purchasing an item for $15 and reselling it for $475.
Instead of continuing to work in the field of fire safety, Fritz decided to devote his time to collecting antiques and vintage objects, eventually creating the antique business Frank Fritz Finds in Savanna, Illinois, in 2002.
Collectors and designers alike flocked to him for his expertise in locating classic toys and automobiles, and his exploits even attracted the attention of the History Channel.
Premiering on January 18, 2010, “American Pickers” received over 3 million viewers, making it the network’s highest-rated premiere since “Ice Road Truckers” in 2007.
Fritz has voiced a character in an episode of the cartoon series “American Dad!” and has appeared on the shows “Rachael Ray,” “Cincy Entertainment,” “American Restoration,” “Late Show with David Letterman,” “Pawn Stars,” “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire,” and “Today.”
Relationships in Frank Fritz’s Private Life
Despite suffering Crohn’s disease, an inflammatory bowel ailment, for almost three decades, Frank travels in a bathroom-equipped RV in search of antiques.
In an interview with the “Quad-City Times,” he explained that he hopes to “educate people that you can live a good life regardless of the hurdles… and the social settings, the awkwardness, the mishaps.”
When viewers of the eighth and ninth seasons of “American Pickers” saw that Fritz had lost a lot of weight, he blamed Crohn’s illness, saying, “I started dropping weight and ran with it!” He also started changing his diet and exercising regularly.
In 2017, Frank was arrested for drunk driving after being pulled over for heading the wrong way on a highway. Officers found THC and Xanax in his system, and he acknowledged having one beer before driving.
Fritz pleaded guilty and was given a year of unsupervised probation, a $625 fine (plus court expenses), and mandatory participation in a substance abuse treatment program. In 2019, Frank had back surgery, thus he missed a few episodes of “American Pickers.”
|Full Name||Frank Fritz|
|Birth Date||October 11, 1965|
|Birth Place||Davenport, Iowa, U. S.|
|Profession||The reality star, Antique collector|
|Net Worth||$7 million|
American reality TV star Frank Fritz is best known for his role as co-host on the hit series “American Pickers,” which airs on the History Channel.
Starting with the show’s pilot in 2010, Frank co-hosted it with his longtime friend Mike Wolfe. In March of 2020, he made his final stop on the antique roadshow. Frank Fritz is expected to have a net worth of about $7 million by the year 2022.