Born on Jan. 5, 1964, Danny "The Count" Koker has appeared on many TV shows on the History channel, including “Pawn Stars,” “Counting Cars” and “American Restoration.” He owns Count’s Kustoms, a Las Vegas automobile customization and restoration shop. As of October 2015, he is married to Korie Koker. The couple co-owns Count’s Vamp’d Rock Bar and Grill in Las Vegas. Koker also owns Count's Tattoo Company.
Danny Koker found fame by appearing as an automobile and motorcycle expert on the hit show “Pawn Stars.” “Counting Cars” is a spin-off of “Pawn Stars” and revolves around the daily activities at Count’s Kustoms. In each episode of the show, Koker and his staff modify and restore classic motorcycles and automobiles. His father, Daniel Koker Sr., was an employee of the Ford Motor Company.
Koker grew up in Detroit and Cleveland. Koker Sr. was a singer, composer and musician. Koker followed his father and performed for audiences from the age of 11. He is the front man for the band Count 77. He frequently performs with the band at Count’s Vamp’d Rock Bar and Grill. He also hosted “Saturday Fright at the Movies,” a local Vegas TV show, in 1990. He introduced classic horror movies on the show.