Morris Prigoff Net Worth

Net Worth: $4 Million
  • Source of Wealth:

    Business and Television
  • Birth Place:

    New York, NY, USA
  • Marital Status:

    Married (Michela Y Sanchez)
  • Full Name:

    Morris Prigoff
  • Nationality:

More Stats View More

About Morris Prigoff

Morris Prigoff is fondly referred to as “Moe” by his associates and friends. His net worth is estimated to be $4 million. Moe or Morris Prigoff is primarily a furniture and antique collector who makes his wealth from storage auctions. Potential buyers are allowed a look into the storage facilities where they can visually examine the contents before placing their bids. However, in recent times, Morris Prigoff has made a name for himself in the reality TV business. His wealth also comes from the Storage War: Texas reality show.

Related image

There are certainly many antique collectors and sellers, but Morris Prigoff is one person who stands out due to his dapper charm and sophistication. He is widely known for his suavity and charm. He is best known for his loud footwear, stylish clothes and an experienced eye that can immediately identify quality products and understand their true value. His relations, dealings, and ability to identify high-value antiques make Morris stand out. These are the qualities that have made his antique storage and selling business so successful. He owns the “River Regency Modern”, which is an art and antique furniture store in Dallas. It is located in the Riverfront Blvd.

There is another interesting side of Morris Prigoff too. When he is not dealing, he is often seen working as a podiatric surgeon. He regularly performs foot surgery on his patients. His practice is limited to within the community. He can be seen performing the surgeries at the North Dallas Podiatry Centre and the Oak Cliff Podiatry Centre.

Earnings & Financial Data ?
Choose Year

Earnings 2018

Sale of Asset Nov. 2018
Selling price of Morris Prigoff's website

Earnings 2011

Earnings Dec. 2011
Profit of Morris Prigoff's locker in the first episode of Storage Wars Texas that includes lithograph prints from the 1950s by artist Alexander Calder and the famous artist Peter Max