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Natasha Raskin Wiki, Bio, Married, Husband, Divorce, Boyfriend

Updated On: 23 Jul, 2018

Natasha Raskin Wiki, Bio, Married, Husband, Divorce, Boyfriend

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Date of Birth 1986
Citizenship Scottish
Profession TV Presenter
Marital Status Married(2016 Sep.)
Husband/Spouse Joe Sharp(Producer)
Divorced Not Yet
Boyfriend/Dating Not Yet
Gay/Lesbain No
Net Worth Not Disclosed
Salary Not Disclosed
Ethnicity White
Children/Kids Not Yet
Height 5 feet 7 inches
Education Glasgow University

The art market is very vast and the process to get valuable items by the antique experts on the leading auction houses can be quite troublesome. However, Glasgow native Natasha Raskin did not forget her passion for the antiques and art no matter how many journeys she had to travel in her life. 

Natasha is a recognizable face in BBC series as she appeared as a reporter in the British television show, The One Show. She has also made a guest appearance in the acclaimed BBC series, Antiques Road Trip.

Married To TV Producer

Natasha Raskin, 32, is married to a producer/director Joe Sharp since 2016. The couple took their wedding vows in a secret ceremony held at Scotland in September 2016. During that time, Natasha's close friends posted the pictures of the newlywed couple on their Facebook.

Natasha Raskin tied the knot with the producer, Joe Sharp in September 2016 at Scotland (Photo: Facebook)

Her husband, Joe has worked as a producer and coordinator of events during the filming of BBC series, Antiques Road Trip in mid-2016's. Natasha arrived on the set of Antiques Road Trip on July 2016 with her then-boyfriend Joe, who captured the cast like Nicki Chapman, Jules Hudson, and Philip Serrell in the camera. Following the filming of BBC series, the couple had their dating for two months before they officially became a husband-and-wife in September 2016.

The couple is rejoicing their nearly two years of married life. As of July 2018, there are not any rumors of their divorce. Moreover, they are preserving their bond and are ready to celebrate their second anniversary in September 2018.

How Does Natasha Raskin Gather Net Worth?

Natasha Raskin has gathered her net worth as a reality TV member specialized in Scottish antiques and art. She has collected some decent amount of salary after appearing on the BBC show, The One Show from 2017 to 2018 as a reporter. Her stint as a regular contributor on the BBC's show like Flog It!, Antiques Road Trip, and Celebrity Antiques Road Trip has served to gather some revenues. Her appearances on the shows like Baggage Battles, The Music Match, and For What It's Worth has further helped to boost her net worth.

At the age of 22, the art expert worked in the primary elections of 2008 for the American 44th president, Barack Obama in Northern Hemisphere. She then returned to her native hometown and joined Glasgow auction dealing with Scottish contemporary art. In 2015, she made her TV debut and appeared in BBC show, Antiques Road Trip. She joined Bargain Hunter in BBC network in 2017 and worked as a presenter traveling up and down towards the UK's cities and villages.

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The Glasgow native arrived in the British television show, The One Show as a reporter in late-2017. In the BBC One show, Natasha talked about the stories and hot topics throughout the country. In the episode aired on 22 May 2018, she featured alongside presenter Alex Jones and Matt Baker.

Short Bio

Born on 1986, Natasha Raskin is a native of Glasgow, Scotland. Before emerging as the antique trader, she wanted to follow her parents' footsteps and open a restaurant in Glasgow. Her art lovers and collectors parents Philip Raskin and Barbara Raskin own a restaurant called The Inn On The Green in Paignton. Her father, Philip is a successful Scottish artist who has specialized in painting landscapes and seascapes.

Natasha stands at the height of 5' 8" and posses Scottish nationality. Initially, she attended law college but did not complete her law studies and dropped out after a year. The BBC presenter then studied at her hometown in Glasgow and graduated in History of Arts from Glasgow University. As per wiki, she helped her father Philip and set up an art supply business with him after graduating.