Courtney Hansen

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Quick Facts

Full Name: Courtney Hansen
Age: 47 years old
Birthday: October 2, 1974
Birthplace: United States, Minnesota
Nationality: American
Gender: Female
Horoscope: Libra
Husband: Ilya Sapritsky
Net Worth: $4 million
Height: 5 Ft 9 In
Profession: Model, Journalist, American television host

Courtney Hansen has worked as a model, a journalist for a major newspaper, and a television host in the United States. Courtney Hansen’s most well-known works include Overhaulin, Million Dollar Motors, Rides, and Powerblock.

How much money does Courtney Hansen have?

Over the course of Courtney Hansen career, the well-known television host has amassed a sizable fortune. Her current net worth is estimated to be $4 million. Courtney Hansen is married to Jared Hartington, her husband of one and a half years. They married on July 20, 2018 in Taormina, Italy. Their wedding ceremony and reception took place on the terrace of the Belmond Grand Hotel Timeo, which overlooks the Ionian Sea and Mount Etna.

Caption: Courtney Hansen with her Car ( Photo: The Ride That Got Away)

Following that, a welcome dinner, a rehearsal dinner, and a seaside brunch were held on Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday to round out the four-day celebration. Despite never marrying, Holland Courtney and Jay Hartington are the parents of Marysia Walker.

Her boyfriend at the time of the incident was Ilya Sapritsky, whom she eventually married. They exchanged vows in 2009, formally establishing their marriage. They decided to end their relationship after a long period of time had passed.

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How old is Courtney Hansen?

Her birthday was October 2, 1974. Minnesota, Minneapolis, United States She is a 47-year-old American citizen. She was also born in the sign of Libra and is a Christian.

Caption: Courtney Hansen ( Photo: Dreamstime.com)

We’ll now talk about her parents, Gerald John and Constance Hansen. It’s no secret that his father is a 27-time SCCA National Champion racer. Her family ran Brainerd International Raceway from 1973 to 2006.

She was raised in Orono, Minnesota, a small town. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Florida State University.

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How tall is Courtney Hansen?

She stands 5’9″ (1.75 meters) tall and weighs 60 kilograms (60 pounds). Her actual chest, waist, and hip measurements are 34-25-35 inches. She also has dark brown eyes and hair.

 Professional Background

  • She worked in corporate marketing after graduating from Florida State University with a bachelor’s degree in marketing.
  • Hansen turned to modeling after leaving the business world, and has appeared on the covers of magazines such as Hot Rod and Muscle & Fitness.
  • On the Travel Channel, he has hosted episodes of Jack Nicklaus’ pilot Killer Golf.
  • Hansen made her first notable television appearance as a co-host on the car restoration show Overhaulin’.
  • She continued to host Spike TV’s Powerblock for eight seasons, including four half-hour episodes dedicated to automobiles.
  • She hosted a number of shows, including Spike TV’s Great Builds and Fox Sports Net’s Telly Award-winning Destination Wild.
  • She has previously hosted the TLC shows Million Dollar Motors and Rides, both of which are about automobiles.
  • In addition to Rolls-Royce, Hansen has worked with Matco Tools, Dodge, and Dodge.
  • She was instrumental in Overhaulin’ by disassembling and reassembling vehicles for the exhibit.
  • In 2005, Courtney Hansen launched “Courtney Hansen: Full Throttle,” a syndicated automotive newspaper column.
Caption: Courtney Hansen with her Husband ( Photo: People)
  • Hansen has also contributed to the FHM men’s magazine since 2010.
  • The Garage is her first book. The Girl’s Guide to Everything You Need to Know About Your Car is a book that teaches women and new car owners how to properly maintain their vehicles (ISBN 1581825196).
  • Hansen highlighted Vinsetta Garage from Autoweek on Discovery Channel’s Velocity network.
  • The performance takes its name from the Vinsetta Garage, a Detroit landmark that Autoweek Magazine helped save from demolition.
  • The shop serviced everything from horses and buggies to Ford Model Ts and Chevrolet Corvettes.
  • From the show’s debut on January 1, 2014, to 2017, Hansen served as host and spokesperson for Endurance Warranty Services, LLC.