Antique and art specialist Natasha Raskin is best known for her appearances on television. Natasha has a net worth of over $100K thanks to her extensive career and well-known roles in Road Trip and Bargain Hunt.
Natasha Raskin Bio
Natasha Raskin was welcomed into the world by her parents in Glasgow, Scotland, on January 1, 1968. According to her biography, her parents, Philip and Barbara Raskin share her love of art and passion for collecting antiques.
After completing her high school education, Natasha enrolled in law school. However, during her time there, she realized that she didn’t want to pursue law, so she left the college after a year.
Natasha made the decision to attend Glasgow University because she wanted to follow in her parent’s footsteps as an expert and collector of antiques. She obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Glasgow with a History of Arts major.
Natasha joined McTear’s Auctions after earning her degree from Glasgow University, focusing on modern and contemporary art. After graduating, Natasha joined her father Philip in starting an art supply company.
Natasha recently celebrated her 50th birthday, making her now 50 years old. At 5 feet 8 inches tall, this gorgeous woman exudes sex and charm.
Natasha Raskin Married
Natasha Raskin is blissfully wed to producer and director Joe Sharp. In the middle of 2016, the two met while shooting the BBC program Antiques Road Trip. Natasha was filming for Antiques Road Trip while Joe was working as a producer for the show.
The pair chose to get married after only a couple of months of dating. Although they had only been dating for two months, Natasha and Joe were so much in love and convinced that they had made the correct decision. On September 18, 2016, they got married in Scotland.
There is currently no indication that they may divorce because they are enjoying their marriage.
Natasha’s professional life has been full of ups and downs, but she has persevered through the challenges and come thus far. She has made appearances in a number of shows that have been televised in the UK and the US.
She watched a number of shows, including Bargain Hunt, For What It’s Worth, Antiques Road Trip, Celebrity Antiques Road Trip, and Baggage Battles. She is the most well-known authority on Scotland’s modern art due to her vast expertise in antiquities.
Natasha also served as a reporter for The One Show on the BBC from 2017 to 2018.