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The Whereabouts Of ‘Storage Wars’ Original Cast

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In 2010, A&E brought the zany world of Storage Wars to our homes. Watching people bid on items from storage lockers managed to click with viewers. This show has been a network staple with 12 amazing seasons. We look at how the original cast of the show is doing today.

A Healthier Lifestyle

Darrell Sheets has discovered items such as a letter written by Abraham Lincoln and art from Frank Gutierrez. In 2014, he made headlines for his 40-pound weight loss through Nutrisystem. “My joints hurt. My body hurt. I was tired of exercise with no results. Plus, I had to get away from eating cheeseburgers and making bad choices on the set,” he said in a press release.

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The Couple That Buys Together…

Brandi Passante and Jarrod Schulz were so great together, A&E gave them their own spinoff. Brandi & Jarrod: Married to the Job, which aired in 2014gave viewers a closer look at their personal lives. The married couple also ran their own thrift store called Now and Then Second Hand Store.

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A Barry Good Day

Barry Weiss managed to join the spinoff game with Barry’d Treasure and Storage Wars: Barry Strikes Back. Following Barry Strikes Back, Weiss officially retired from the reality show world. “It was fun, but I had enough, and I kind of wanted to leave while it was still popular,” he told TMZ in 2017.

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More Than Average

As the son of Darrell Sheets, Brandon would often face off against his father in bids. In 2016, he was removed from the series due to budget issues. While he’s working as a real estate agent in Arizona, Brandon has been having fun on social media. He’s been releasing a string of videos under the Average Middle Class handle.

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A Yup Man

You know business is picking up when Dave Hester delivers his signature “Yup!” In fact, his popular catchphrase trademarked for use on various merchandise. Following season three, he exited the show due to a fall out with A&E. Luckily, things got patched up, and he returned in season five. Outside of the show, he makes money as an independent auctioneer.

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