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Mary Padian Net Worth : How Rich is The Buyer in 2022 ? 

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Mary Padian net worth is a buyer on A&E’s Storage Wars, from Dallas, Texas. 

Mary Padian sells handmade, vintage, and “one-of-a-kind” home goods that she has collected from treasure hunting around Texas.

The 40-year-old has her own online shop called Mary’s Finds, which formerly was a brick-and-mortar store in Texas. It is no longer in operation.

The public often calls Mary Padian “Junkyard Queen” or “The Junkster” because of her ability to transform junk materials and items into valuable commodities.

Mary Padian net worth discovered her passion for found objects and furniture while working as the former editor of Architectural Digest assistant, Paige Rense. 

Mary Padian went on to become assistant editor, and began producing a series of videos called, “Mary’s Finds”.

Mary’s popularity blew up, that’s how Mary Padian became a cast member on the “Storage Wars” season five to showcase her love for auctions.

Mary Padian net worth appeared on and off on the reality show up to season 13 so far.

Rumors say that Mary Padian’s salary is $15,000 per episode. 

Mary Padian’s estimated net worth is $2 million.

Education and career life

Mary Padian was born on August 27th, 1980 to John Gerard Padian and Teresa Ann Padian.

Her mother is of Lebanese accent while her father is of an Irish accent.

In 2009, her parents got divorced.

After graduating from college with a degree in photojournalism from a University in Texas at Austin in 2003 and worked for a magazine where she developed her writing style.

Mary Padian net worth had her blog where she posts videos of her collection items.

She commenced her career as an intern at D Magazine after graduating.

She, later on, moved to New York, where she landed a job as an assistant editor for Architectural Digest, an international design magazine. 

While still working as an editor, she found interest in collecting and repurposing old items. She then decided to create videos related to it and called it Mary’s Finds. 

In 2010, she opened a store with the same name in Dallas, Texas with the dream of turning trash into something beautiful.

The shop sells antiques, valuable treasures, and other refurbished items.

She even has a website marysfinds.com, where she showcases her antique collectibles on display. 

Mary landed her character in Storage Wars as a result of a frequent customer called Morris Moe Prigoff.

Moe was a cast member on reality television and was moved by what Mary was doing in her store.

She began attending storage auctions at the invitation of Moe in season one.

At the beginning of season two, she was introduced to the team and became one of the regular cast members.

On the show, Mary was referred to as “The Junker”.

Mary appeared on and off on the reality show up to season 13 so far.

Rumors say that Mary Padian’s salary is $15,000 per episode. 

Mary Padian’s estimated net worth is $2 million.

Age, Height, and Weight

Mary Padian net worth is 41 years old, as of 2022.

Mary Padian was born on August 24, 1980, in Dallas, Texas, United States. 

Mary Padian’s height is 5 ft 4 in or 1.62 m.

Mary Padian’s weight is 49 kg or 108 lbs.

Mary Padian’s estimated net worth is $2 million.

Age  41 years old, as of 2022
height 5 ft 4 in or 1.62 m
weight 49 kg or 108 lbs

Mary Padian net worth

Mary Padian’s estimated net worth is $2 million.

Mary Padian net worth is very fond of collecting items from junk and converting them into valuable sellable items.

Mary has also worked for a magazine for around four years.

Mary Padian is an American “Storage Wars” contestant.

Mary appeared on and off on the reality show up to season 13 so far.

Rumors say that Mary Padian’s salary is $15,000 per episode. 

Mary has actively worked for a magazine.

She has worked with Moe Prigoff. Besides that, she owns a shop in Dallas.

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