The Wheelers Dealers star Edd China has a net worth of about $1.5 million. Born in 1971, his wiki revealed his height, age, house, salary to family detail. Edward John China, popularly known as Edd China was born on May 9 in London. He married his long time girlfriend English Imoga China.
|Full Name||Edward John China|
|Birth Date||May 9, 1971|
|Height||6.9 feet / 2.1 m|
|Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
|Source of Income||Television Presenter|
|Annual Salary||$150 Thousand|
He is a very talented person who is not only an English television presenter and mechanic but also a motor specialist and inventor but he is best known as the initiator and presenter along with being a mechanic on discovery channel’s television show “Wheeler Dealers”. It is a super renowned auto makeover show created by Attaboy TV for the Discovery Channel in the UK and Velocity Channel HD in the U.S. Edd China is the MD i. e. managing director of two companies named Grease Junkie and this is basically the website which sells Wheeler Dealers and Grease Junkie merchandise and Chummy Banana Ltd, a medium to showcase and release his automotive creations and world record attempts. China holds these remarkable records in the Guinness World Records for the fastest shed, toilet, bed, milk float and the largest motorised shopping trolley.
From his childhood days China had an interest in cars and all things which are mechanical. He read from King Edwards School, Witley in Surrrey, and holds a degree in engineering product design from London South Bank University. During at university, he created a Casual Lofa which is actually a driving sofa, and this was his first big project. The purpose of creating this “lofa” was to raise fund for a “Raleigh International” expedition to Belize. His television career includes numerous programmes that he has been a part of. After the success of his creation, he joined Father Ted in television as a special effects technician for the very first time in 1994, this inaugurating his career journey thereafter.
He appeared as a guest performer on Top Gear Live in 1998 where he showed off crazy motor vehicle gadgets. He was also featured not once but thrice on Channel 4’s The Big Breakfast , driving the Casual Lofa, Bog Standard and Street Sleeper. In 2005, China was a celebrity guest on BBCshow Ready Steady Cook for a special episode dedicated to all the needy children. In 2007, China was featured in many programmes including Fifth Gear, Pulling Power and This Morning showcasing his creations. He set his place in the Guinness World Record for racing the fastest motorized sofa at the speed of 148 km/h.