Rick Dale’s wife and family helped him amass a massive net worth – learn more about him in his bio.


Everything from Rick Dale’s firing from ‘American Restorations’ to a supportive wife and family who helped him amass a sizable fortune.

Quick Information

  • Date of Birth Dec 13, 1970
  • Age 50 Years, 11 Months
  • Nationality American
  • Profession Television Personality
  • Relationship Status Married
  • Wife/Spouse Kelly Dale (m. 1994)
  • Ex-Wife Name Not Disclosed
  • Divorce/Split Yes (Once)
  • Wedding Date 1994
  • Net Worth $2.5 Million
  • Ethnicity/Race White
  • Brother/s Ron Dale
  • Height/ How Tall? 1.81m
  • Hair Color Black
  • Eye Color Blue
  • Son/s Tyler Dale, Bretty Dale
  • Daughter/s Ally Dale
  • Birth Place Newport Beach, California, United States
  • Siblings 1
  • Children/Kids 3

Rick Dale is a reality program host and the owner of Rick Restorations, an antique restoration shop in Las Vegas, Nevada.
After appearing on the highly rated History Channel reality series American Restorations, better known as Rick’s Restorations, he rose to renown. The show debuted on October 25, 2010, as the first spin-off of the popular reality TV show Pawn Stars.

Rick’s wife Kelly, sons Tyler and Brettly, brother Ron, and the team of professionals who would restore American vintage items to their former glory were all featured in the series.

Learn more about Rick’s biography, personal life [wife and children], and net worth in this page.

Kelly has been my wife for a long time. Since the year 1994

Rick and Kelly have been married for over 25 years, having married on November 11, 1994.

Tyler, a son, and Ally, a daughter, are the couple’s children. They also have a son, Brettly Otterman, who is Kelly’s child from a previous relationship [before to marrying Rick].

Furthermore, they first met when they both went to the same gym. In an interview with the Las Vegas Review-Journal in February 2016, the couple revealed how they met.
“I used to go to the gym at 3 a.m.,” Rick explained. Kelly was also frequently present at the time, and one night she announced, ‘Hey, there’s this party.’ ‘Would you like to go?’ I suppose it’s a date. When I arrive, there are a slew of males, and Kelly has a date.”

“I’m thinking, ‘Am I going down to promote another bar, or is it a date, or what?’ ” Rick said. “So, this time, I got got all dressed up, and when I got there, she was there all by herself. “

For Kelly, that was the turning point in their relationship. She vividly remembered seeing him dressed up on their date night. She remembered:

“I wasn’t interested in his long hair, and I didn’t like the way he dressed. When he came in there that night, he looked so good, and he smelled so good that I walked up to him and gave him a big hug, and got him drunk.”

The happy couple is now living in peace with their loving family. Through his social media accounts, the reality star frequently displays his close relationship with his family.

In November 2016, on the occasion of his wedding anniversary, he posted a Twitter photo with his wife, wishing her well and noting that she was the family’s heart and soul.

Rick wishes an anniversary to his better half in November 2016. (Photo: Rick Dale’s Twitter)

“Happy Anniversary to my dearest friend and better half @ KellyDale_,” he wrote. You are the family’s heart and soul! “I’ll always and forever love you!”

His Second Wife is Kelly

Rick had been through a bad marriage before marrying Kelly.

Rick’s first marriage ended in divorce in 1993, according to his website, despite the fact that he has divulged very nothing about her.
He was so saddened by the divorce that he shuttered his store and went bankrupt in the restoration business.

Kelly, on the other hand, came into his life and supported and stuck by him while Rick grew his firm to new heights.

After six seasons on ‘American Restorations,’ I was fired

The History Channel abruptly fired Rick and his coworkers after six seasons of American Restorations, citing a desire to reinvent the show with a fresh cast and concept in 2016.

Rick was first cast in the series in 2010, and the first six seasons were shot in his restoration shop, Rick’s Restorations, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The show focused on restoring numerous vintage antiques to their original state and covered the daily activities of his antique restoration shop.

Rick’s relatives also assisted with the repair efforts in the series. His brother Ron, wife Kelly, and son Tyler all worked at the store and were featured on the television show.

Through his family’s business, he has amassed a sizable fortune

Rick has an estimated net worth of $2.5 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth, attributable to his family’s business.

Even after being sacked from the American Restoration series, Rick continued to manage his restoration company, Rick’s Restorations, in Las Vegas.

Rick’s Restorations’ business operations and expansion were aided by his wife, Kelly.
Tyler, their oldest son, is the shop’s manager, while Brettly works as a salesman and a picker. Similarly, their daughter Ally works as the office manager and accounts receivable, while their niece Michelle works as the assistant manager and retail manager.

Based on those data, Rick’s Restorations is clearly a family business that has made Rick a happy guy thus far.

Rick went on to appear in a number of other TV shows after American Restoration, including Pawn Stars, Counting Cars with noted car collector Danny Koker, and the documentary Coked Up!, which helped him make a few extra bucks.

Newport Beach, California native

Rick was born in Newport Beach, California, on December 13, 1970.

His family later moved to Boulder City, Nevada, when he was 13, where he was raised alongside his younger brother Ron Dale.

Rick’s father, a professional racer, instilled in him a love of driving at a young age. After building a soapbox racer with his father, the reality star moved on to working on vehicles, motorcycles, hot rods, and, finally, Coke machines and gas pumps.

Rick’s Restorations was founded as a result of his father’s knowledge, which led him into the restoration industry.