Paul Laidlaw is an American television presenter, auctioneer and also an antique expert. He has made a name for himself in the media for appearing several times with antique community and also an antique expert. His main appearance has been in the BBC channels as an antique expert and also an auctioneer. Know more about Paul Laidlaw’s married life, wife, and Net Worth.
He is Married to Wife Maureen Laidlaw.
Paul Laidlaw is a strong family man who values his family more than anything else. He is happily married to his longtime wife, Maureen Laidlaw. He and his wife Maureen have been married for quite some time now, and they have three children together. They have been blessed with 3 children, one daughter, and twin sons. Well, isn’t that a blessing?
Paul Laidlaw loves spending considerable amount of his time with his wife and children. He hinted that apart from his professional life, his family and food comes second. He is mostly found with his family and specifically in the kitchen cooking for them given that he loves cooking with a passion.
Net Worth: $2 Million
With his many years and vast experience in his multiple professions, Paul Laidlaw has definitely made a huge impact on his monetary value and his net worth in general. Apart from a television presenter, he is also an antique expert and a self-made auctioneer who has created a big for himself. He is also a businessman.
The numerous ventures associated with Paul have contributed his massive net worth. In general, his net worth is approximated to be $1.5 million. Though little information about his net worth is known, it is approximated to be even more than $2 million by some sites.
Wiki Bio, Age
Most of the information about the past of Paul Laidlaw remains unknown. However, he was born in Edinburgh though we have not been able to unravel is the year of birth. Little is also known about his parents.
Paul Laidlaw grew up in Edinburgh as a young boy. Upon completing his high school education, Paul joined university where he majored in the fields of science but quit after some time to join a course of his life.
His immense love for travel and his need to quench his knowledge for artifacts saw him took a course in antiques. He graduated, and he is now an antique expert.
Paul Laidlaw joined BBC world television in 200 while still working as an auctioneer with H&H Auction Rooms. His appearance on television at that time was generally to make bargains as an auctioneer. His vast knowledge as an antique expert in the show was highly reputable, and he gained immense following specifically in areas of arms and militaria.
Paul Laidlaw also worked as a lead auctioneer and value expert with H&H and later became their salesroom expert. This auctioneer and tv presenter worked with the firm for 10 years before quitting in 2012 to venture into other personal interest.
This auctioneer is currently working in his firm, Laidlaw Auctioneers, and values which he established in 2013. The firm is based in Carlisle, Cumbria and it officially became operational in 2014.