Many reality shows, such as Pawn Stars, have recently come under a little bit of heat for maybe ‘staging’ a couple of episodes. Although they have vehemently denied such allegations, some of the ‘experts’ they have brought into the store do not have such reputable backgrounds. From previously being actors, to being sued, to having been on multiple television shows, the cast of ‘experts’ on Pawn Stars is quite extensive.
Although some of their experts are indeed well-versed in their respective fields, others are just elaborate actors.
Here is a look into the experts of Pawn Stars.
Let’s start off this list with a legitimate expert. Mark Hall-Patton. Hall-Patton was recognized by the Los Angeles Times as “the real deal.” Nicknamed “The Beard of Knowledge,” he has appeared in over 100 episodes of Pawn Stars, and is quite popular to followers of the show. His popularity is so far-reaching that he even has fanboys in the Washington State penitentiary.
He worked as a museum administrator for the Clark County Museum system and is one of the few certified experts on Pawn Stars.
Although nicknamed “The Beard Of Knowledge,” he will never shy away from topics that he doesn’t know about. He will readily admit if he’s unsure on a subject he will perform research via his personal library consisting of over 20,000 books!
As if he wasn’t cool enough, he also likes to pretend to be a zombie on his free time. (Maybe he’ll get a cameo on the Walking Dead?)
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