Calvin Ivy Calvin is the self-proclaimed ‘King of Palmdale.’ Joining the regular cast in season five, Calvin quickly made a name for himself as a no-nonsense buyer with an eye for a good deal. He achieved fame by appearing on the History Channel show ‘Storage Wars.
First appearing as a part-time cast member in Season 3 of the show, he was made a regular after the on-screen departure of Dave Hester. Since he joined the cast, Calvin has appeared in almost 100 episodes, firmly cementing himself as a core member and fan favorite of ‘Storage Wars.
Ivy Calvin’s Net Worth
As of 2021, Ivy Calvin’s estimated net worth is around $1.5 million. His primary source of net worth is the same tv show “Storage Wars”. But it doesn’t end there.
He is also a former MMA fighter and might come to you as a surprise but he was also an arena football player. With all his career branching in different directions, His net worth is expected to increase in coming years.
Ivy Calvin Wife, Married Life.
While he might be bold and open on the show, he is decidedly more private about his personal life, including his relationships. Calvin’s wife is Wendy; the couple appeared together in April 2014 at the ‘Reality Wanted Awards’ in Los Angeles, California.
Though they keep the details of their relationship out of the public eye, both Calvin and his wife have been active on Twitter, sending proud messages about their children and supporting their business.
Family and Children
Calvin is the proud father of two sons, Isaiah and Ivy, who have both appeared alongside their father on an episode of ‘Storage Wars. His son Ivy is a three-sport athlete, participating in football, basketball, and track and field. Calvin has stated that when he is not filming the hit show, he is spending time fishing and hunting with his sons, traveling across California as a family.
Born September 10th 1971, Calvin has been a lifelong resident of California in the USA. He is currently 50 years old.
Before he found fame on ‘Storage Wars,’ he played professionally as an arena football player and also competed as a Mixed Martial Arts fighter. He attributes his competitive spirit and determined attitude to his time in sports.
After spending the better part of a decade exploring storage sales and auctions, he focused himself in 2009 and decided to open a thrift store in Palmdale, California. He named the store ‘Grandma’s Attic’ and dedicates his time to fill the shelves with his finds.
Calvin also enjoys remaining active in the sporting world and worked at Vasquez High School as an assistant football coach. He helped the team raise money for new equipment by promoting their fundraising on Facebook.