The U.K.-based live auctioneer Charles Hanson gained popularity from a tv show called Bargain Hunt. Bargain hunt was first aired on BBC in 2003 and lasted for 45 minutes. All the contestants of this show have to buy antiques from shops and sell them in shows for a decent price. Besides bargain hunt, he works for Antiques Road Trip and FLOG IT!
Early days and personal life
Charles Hanson is born on May 29th, 1978 in Holbrook Derbyshire. Hanson’s married Rebecca in 2010 and they have two children, Matilde and Frederick
Are the Hansons having a good time personally?
When Rebecca gave stillbirth to a son named Thomas, it was a hard time for the couple, and their condition was worsened when Hanson was diagnosed with testicular cancer in August 2012. As time passed, the couples were also able to rise above those bad days. Charles has raised £39,000 through the Great North Run, For stillbirth and neonatal death society, in 2013 September. Charles always makes time for his family; he has proven himself to be a great auctioneer, a kind and loving father and a decent husband.
Height, Weight and Body measurement
When considering his birth date, he is 43 years old in 2021. In order to be a fit and fine individual, he used to go to the gym regularly. Charles has a perfect body with an ideal weight of 79 and height of 5 feet 11 inches. Hanson is a modest man with fair skin tone, dark brown hair and eyes.
Qualifications and Career
The qualities that Charles Hanson’s possess enable him to be successful in his career’s.
How did he start his career as a live auctioneer?
Charles has a degree in MRICS. in 1996 he joined Christie’s department of European ceramics and glass as valuers. Charles was 25 years old when he joined the television show bargain hunt, which was his career turning point. In addition to his entertaining qualities, he has an amazing style, and imposing knowledge. Among the best and the most lovely experts of antiques, he owns his own auction house called Hanson’s in 2005. He sells an array of items from his historic houses like Kedleston hall, Bishton hall, Sudbury hall, etc., where a wide variety is seen in “under the hammer’. Hanson’s career started out as an auctioneer in Cheshire and Staffordshire. He established his own company in the year 2016 and specializes in coins and historical antiques. After the success of Derbyshire auction centre in 2018, he launched Hanson’s London. Because of Charles passion and hobbies for history, he has been successfully rebuilding his career in a short time. Hanson uses the theater of Normans Field in Teddington for auctions. Along with auction in theaters Hanson’s also hosted BBC shows like Bargain hunt from 2002, his role in this show was to offer advice to contestants. It is important for the participants of this show to accept bids and declare the goods sold based on a proper margin of profits. In Nov 2018, Charles participated in a BBC show called “Causality” which was an expert celebrity edition of bargain hunt where he provided funds for many organizations and for the needy where music is another way to fund. So, the entire funding was for the indigent children. Philip Sherell, Charlie Ross, and James Braxton Hanson enjoyed a rock music version of the classic sleigh ride. Their music was rated ‘No. 1’ on Amazon Rock Charts and released by independent record label saga entertainment.
At the same time, Charles also appears in the show called for it! He also takes part in Antique road trips, travels to different cities of the United Kingdom, antique shops, and competes with fellow antique experts. The Hanson’s are engaged in another show, For What Worth, which was released in 2016, with a good profit of antique pieces.
Actioners of Hanson
Aside from attending many charity flashes, Charles Hanson has supervised several others. There’s magic in his words and stories to persuade his audiences into his cause. To support organizations like a herd of Sheffield and careline, Hanson’s never missed the chance to attend charity events. Therefore, he attends these events to support the good deeds of those organizations.
Recent events of Hanson’s include
In recent exhibitions of Hanson’s, the sculptures of Nottinghamshire hospice were raised from 133000, and another sculpture of Manchester’s bee in the city generated more than 1 million. In his exhibition, there was an ancient Chinese porcelain vase with a price of £650,000 which took 36 years to complete. In addition to porcelain, there was a medal, Hill of Rowland, and Hill of viscount with a brooch of Katherine Neville, and Baroness Hastings.
Salary and net worthCharles Hanson lives a luxurious lifestyle in a villa with his wife Rebecca and 2 other children. His incomes come from business and tv programs. His annual income is $1500000 whereas his sum of assets is $7000000.
Social lifeWhile he knows that a social networking life is an important part of his life, he prefers to maintain privacy regarding his personal life. Hanson has a social account on Facebook and Twitter. Currently, Charles has 15.4k followers in his Twitter account, follows 464 people, and has tweeted 8665 times.
The facts about Hanson
According to an interview with Hanson, he revealed some unknown aspects, like he would have bought a property in Derbyshire and Staffordshire after winning a lottery Hansons prefers to watch The Titanic and Antique Roadshow! However, his favorite takeaway food is Chinese and he loves to bake a cake. Charlie has a phobia of flight and to overcome this phobia his primary goal is to have a small plane and travel to southern France. The song oasis doesn’t look back in anger is probably one of his favorites. Sometimes he also likes marmite, too. He once answered that if Hansons could enact a law, he would punish burglars with Strick punishments. He preferred visiting Lapland at Christmas time and invited top celebrities such as Charles II nelson and William the conqueror for dinner parties.