Anita Manning Wiki, Bio, Married, Husband, Daughter, Family
|Date of Birth||December 01, 1947|
|Age||73 Years 1 Month(s)|
|Net Worth||$2 Million Dollars(Estimated)|
|Children/Kids||Lala Manning(Daughter), Luke Manning(Son)|
|Salary||$57,756 Per Year (Approx.)|
|Education||Physical Education, Specializing in Dance|
Scotland’s first female auctioneer Anita Manning inaugurated a business called Great Western Auctions with her expertise toward auction houses in 1989. As a young mother, Anita developed a better knowledge of antiques buying furniture from auctions. That finally led her to build herself showroom.
The BBC starlet marked her presence in the shows like Antiques Road Trip, Bargain Hunt and Flog It!.
Anita's Low-Key Married Life! Two Kids With Husband
Anita is a married woman, but she has not revealed about her husband. In an interview, she said that her husband is her work and the life of her. There is no news of their divorce.
She has two children and three grandchildren. Her son lives in Hong Kong and owns a business. Her daughter, Lala Manning, followed her mother's footsteps and ran their antique store, Great Western Auctions. The Scottish antique expert is proud of her daughter, who married Colin Broon on 24 June 2018.
She has her auction house in Glasgow named Great Western Auctions since 1989. She currently lives in Glasgow, Scotland with her family and friends.
How Much Is Anita Manning's Net Worth?
Anita Manning is a Scottish antique expert and Glasgow TV personality, who relishes an estimated net worth of $2 million. As per Payscale, TV show host in the United States earns the average salary of $57,756, and their income varies between $29,590 to $139,665. She featured in BBC's Antiques Road Trip as a host in 2010. Amita has also marked her appearance in BBC shows like Bargain Hunt and Flog It!.
She reportedly held a bank balance and properties worth over $1.32 million during 2016. She made a 7500 percentage profit after selling the Buddha statue for £3,800 on Antiques Road Trip series during September 2016. She bought Buddha's piece from a shop in Kent for £50 and put it at the auction.
Anita Manning bought the Buddha statue for £50 and sold it in an auction for £3,800 on Antiques Road Trip series (Photo: thesun.co.uk)
The first female auctioneer of Scotland, Anita inaugurated her career during the 1970s. She first bought a bed from an Irish dealer and got a job of the buyer. Later, Anita visited Glasgow as a customer and bought and sold Furniture in Britain and Ireland driving the truck around the country. She was also a dance teacher in her earlier career. She is a host of BBC one's Bargain Hunt, Flog it and The Antiques Road Trip since 2003.
Born on 1 December 1947, Anita Manning has her family hometown in Glasgow, Scotland. Her father took her at Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow through which she became interested in auctions. She misses her mother who resided in Australia for 35 years and had a sad demise in 2014. Anita used to make trips to the Down Haul every couple of years to visit her mother who stayed in Melbourne and later in Sydney.
The antique expert holds Scottish nationality and carries white ethnicity. She studied Physical Education and Dance. Anita stands at the average height and is less active on social media. As per wiki, she wants to keep her body healthy and always tries to be happy.