Courtney Hansen is a syndicated columnist, TV personality and hot, ex fashion model and a published author. Courtney Hansen was born in 1974 in Minnesota and her father is Gerald John Jerry and her mother is Constance Walker Hansen. Her father won SCCA national racing championship. Her family was the owner of Brainer Raceway and grew up in Minnesota, the city of Orono. She spent most of her time in racing tracks, garage and pits. This is why she became automobile enthusiast and mostly everything she does, revolves around the automobiles.

Courtney Hansen graduated with a degree in the marketing in Florida State University and she undertook the corporate job in the Marketing. After leaving the corporate world, Hansen was the host of Jack Nicklaus pilot called Killer Golf and did some segment on Travel Channel. She worked as a fitness and fashion model and was at a cover of Hot Rod Magazine, Muscle & Fitness and on other leading magazines.

The first major TV role she had, was when she was the co-host for Overhaulin’s which is the car makeover series. She became the host for Powerblock on Spike TV and it was composed of the four half-hour automotive shows and it ran for 8 seasons. She was the host of the special on Spike TV called Great Builds and hosted Destination Wild for the Fox Sports Net and it won the Telly Award. She was the host for the automotive themed shows called Rides and Million Dollar Motors of TLC. She was the spokes-model of Matco Tools Dodge and for Rolls-Royce.

While working on Overhaulin’s, the participation was over being just superficial since she helped with assembling after disassembling of the cars during the show. She was writing a column of FHM and it was called Courtney Hansen: full Throttle. Among books she has written, they include The Garage Girl’s Guide To Everything You need to Know About Your Car and it is the guide to the girls about how they can care for their cars. Courtney Hansen was the host for the Auto Week’s Vinsetta Garage which is a landmark which is over a century and it was saved away from demolition by Autoweek Magazine. The garage was servicing anything such as Chevrolet Corvettes, Ford Models TS and also the carriages. Courtney Hansen was the host of PowerNation at CBS Sports TV, Spike TV and NBC Sports. She is currently a spokesperson of Endurance Warranty Services and LLC Endurance Warranty.

Courtney Hansen got married to Ilya Sapritsky in 2009. However, they did not stay as a wife and husband for long because they got a divorce in 2014. She started to date Jay Hartington and they have one daughter together called Marysia Walker Hartington. Her net worth is 4 million. She got it through her hardworking and beauty and from the tv shows she appeared in.

Last Modified: Apr 7, 2020

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