Danny Koker - From Motorist To Minister? Danny Koker Weds Pawn Stars' Rick Harrison And DeAnna Burditt
Danny 'The Count' Koker of the show Counting Cars presided over the marriage of his 'Pawn Stars' friend Rick Harrison and his partner DeAnna Burditt at the Ritz in Laguna Niguel, California on Sunday (July 21st 2013) - though still manages to get away with no sleeves on his suit.
The 'Counting Cars' automobile restorer took holy orders to become an ordained minister in order to legally marry his frequent co-star from his appearances on 'Pawn Stars'. He may have been known as 'The Count' before, but his latest career venture will no doubt earn him quite a few more nicknames - though, thankfully, he left the dog collar at home and opted for his usual beanie hat and sleeveless shirt.
Harrison also had his father Richard Harrison Sr. (known by most 'Pawn Stars' viewers as The Old Man) close by and roped in his Gold and Silver Pawn Shop colleague Chumlee as the ringbearer, while famously crude metal band Steel Panther was their main entertainment - though he has admitted there was a lot more organising than he had originally expected of a wedding. 'I just had no idea there was so much involved. I just thought you got a cake, had a party, buy a keg', he told People previously, despite having been married twice before.
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