What is your job on the show?
I am the associate producer for History Channel’s Pawn Stars. The production company I currently work for is Leftfield Pictures.
What makes Pawn Stars different from other shows like it?
In my opinion, Pawn Stars was the first of its kind. Although there are hundreds of reality television series, most of them deal with character’s personal lives. Pawn Stars does focus on a family and the many characters it has, but the real stars are the amazing items that come in to the pawn shop and the stories behind them. It is entertainment at its best! And the great part is you don’t feel objected or less intelligent after watching an episode. You actually feel pretty enlightened.
Any wild moments with the cast?
The cast is great and we always have a good time. It’s almost like an extended family—and family business stays in the family
Any future plans to have a show of your own?
Not as of yet, I am still learning the tricks of the trade and to be honest I just got in this industry. I’m taking one day as it comes.
Do you ever want to be in front of the camera?
Never say never. As long as what I am doing breeds positive content and it is a great representation of me and my family, it’s all good with me.