Where Are They Now: Paul Brown

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Paul Brown received 300 to 500 emails per day from fans at Auction Kings' peak.

Auction Kings (2010 - 2013)

THEN: Auction Kings, which debuted in 2010, featured Georgia-based auction house Gallery 63 and its owner, Paul Brown. Each episode (of which there were 97) featured a number of items of historic significance -- everything from a guitar signed by Johnny Cash to a 17th-century chest -- coming in to Gallery 63 for appraisal and then going up for auction.

Says Paul, whose dad owns auction house Red Baron Antiques, "People really connected to that show. I was getting 300 to 500 emails per day from fans at the show's peak!"

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In June 2015, Paul Brown begins shooting a full season as host of Endless Yard Sale.
Courtesy of Paul Brown

NOW: After Auction Kings wrapped in 2013, Paul Brown continued to run Gallery 63, but, he explains, "It wasn't the same for me, and after much thought, I concluded that I was ready for something new." Gallery 63 held its last auction in March 2015, and Paul has begun to redevelop the property.

But while he's moved out of the auction business, he remains in TV. First, Paul is on Good Day Atlanta each month assessing people's treasures, gving historical context on items and doing appraisals. Then, in June 2015, he begins shooting a full season as host of Endless Yard Sale, which is, in his own words, "a very different -- but very fun -- job for me. As host, I dress in nice clothes, speak to camera, introduce the contestants, give them (and the audience) the rules for the game and sit back and watch it unfold." Watch for Endless Yard Sale -- as well as for Paul's other, as-yet unnamed series!

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