American entrepreneur William Leroy is the leading cast of Baggage Battles has a net worth of $9 million. As per his wiki, William was born in 1966, has a wife and a daughter. Check this businessman facts and personal info. William “Billy” Leroy is an antique dealer, who came into the limelight as a part of the cast of the popular reality television show on the TLC Channel, called “Baggage Battles”.
|Full Name||William Billy Leroy|
|Height||6.3 feet / 1.91 m|
|Net Worth||$9 Million|
|Source of Income||TV Personality & Entrepreneur|
|Annual Salary||$600 Thousand|
William Leroy is also the proprietor of an antique shop named “Billy’s Antiques and Props” on the Lower East Side of New York City. Reality television star William Leroy was born in Amiens, France.
Family and Wife
William Leroy is extremely private about his family life, which he seldom brings into the public view. William Leroy is married to Lorraine Leckie, a Canadian singer, and songwriter. Leckie and Williams have been married since 2005. Leroy Williams has a daughter with Lorraine Leckie, named Celina Leroy, who is a model by profession.
Diligent and dedicated antique dealer William Leroy has an estimated net worth of $9 million dollars. Majority of his income comes from TV shows and side-business.
Interesting facts about William Leroy
- William Leroy has various interesting and rare antiques in his possession, including the helmet and breastplate of a French cavalry soldier from 1845, and British tankers mask from the time of the First World War.
- William Leroy has a degree in advertising from the Art Institute of Boston.
- William Leroy had a unique policy of accepting payments only in Euros during the fall on the value of the US dollar on 2008.
- William Leroy has starred in a movie called “Dirty Old Town” along with his wife Lorraine Leckie.
- William Leroy appeared twice on the reality television show “American Pickers”, where he sold various items as he sported an eye patch.
- William Leroy is a direct descendant and an heir to the title of Marquis de Mont Albert, who was also known as the ‘Bloody Marquis’ during the French Revolution.