Robin Vernon is an actress as well as a reality television personality. She is best known for being a part of the show “South Beach Classics,” on which she worked alongside her ex-husband Ted Vernon in his business Ted Vernon Speciality Automobiles.
According to sources, he has a net worth of more than $2 million as of mid-2022, obtained primarily through a successful career on television. She’s amassed a sizable fortune as a result of her relationship with her ex-husband, whose net worth is reported to be more than $15 million. It is believed that her riches would expand as she continues her pursuits.
Robin was born in the United States of America in 1968. Little is known about Robin’s past before she rose to stardom on television – she hasn’t revealed anything about her family or childhood. She most certainly intended to be an actress from a young age, as indicated by the projects she worked on before becoming a reality television celebrity.
She attended Torrejon High School, a Department of Defense (DOD) school on the Torrejon Air Force Base northeast of Madrid, Spain. This suggests that Robin may have moved around a lot as a child because one of her parents was in the military. The school was initially named Madrid High School, and it was founded in the 1950s, but it was later relocated to Torrejon Air Base in a renovated barracks. The school operated until the 1990s until the US presence in the area was tapered out, with the last matriculation class graduating in 1992.
In terms of her personal life, Robin married Ted in 2000 and they were married for 16 years. He had three children from his first marriage, which had ended in divorce, prior to their marriage. He is 30 years her senior; the two met on a blind date, married, and had a kid together before divorcing in 2017.
She claims she is a victim of domestic abuse, and Ted is renowned for being abusive to his family. He tries to conceal this truth, but all of his family members have been victims of his aggression in some form. Robin was hospitalized in 2017 after being found physically assaulted after taking sanctuary at a neighbor’s house. She said that her ex-husband had assaulted her, but he was nowhere to be located. While he rejected the charges, numerous relatives of his previous marriage’s family have come forward to confirm them. Her daughter ran away from home as a teenager, moved far away, and changed her name to get as far away from him as possible. Despite this, Robin has opted not to pursue legal action against him.
Ted Vernon, commonly known as the Wolfman, has accomplished a great deal in his life. In addition to his auto-dealership, he has dabbled in acting, production, and amateur boxing. He began with the latter, boxing in his late twenties after he had amassed considerable wealth. Ted worked his way up to professional rank and had a few good fights before being defeated by Kent Baker in the Miami Beach Convention Center. He concluded his professional career with a 3-1 record and subsequently tried his hand at acting.
The majority of his acting assignments are B films shot in Florida, and he is also working on expanding his business ventures. He buys and sells old cars ranging from the 1920s to the early 2000s. Ted has worked on several films, including “Scarecrows,” in which he played the lead part, and the horror-thriller “Angel of Dying.” He also dabbled in music, forming his own band named Ted Vernon and the Bulldogs before becoming the main vocalist of The Chromatics and The Autotunes. He has also appeared in Aaron Tippin’s music videos “Miami High Boy” and “My Blue Angel.”
Robin and her then-husband Ted agreed to collaborate on a reality television show called “South Beach Classics” in 2011. The show centered on the couple as well as the gargoyles, a group that buys, sells, and trades old automobiles on the market, then the show became a semi-documentary on their business’s growth, as they began the show as a small dealership, but as the seasons progressed, they eventually became a multi-million-dollar enterprise, dealing in cars ranging from Rolls-Royces to antique Ford models, making them one of Florida’s largest classic car stores.
The show has been broadcast for four seasons in all, with a fifth season on the way after a hiatus – the show previously ran on the Discovery Network, but it will now air on YouTube and a regional network called the Beach Channel. Robin gradually faded from the spotlight in later seasons of the show, owing to divorce proceedings and a rocky relationship, despite the fact that they have a family. The fifth season has not announced her arrival, and Ted Vernon Specialty Automobile Inc. will most likely be handled by Ted and his employees. Later, he revealed that he will be co-hosting with marketing expert Christine Morrie.