Parker Schnabel (born July 22, 1994) is an American Tv Personality, Gold Miner. He is famous for Discovery Channel’s Gold Rush reality series.
Parker Schnabel Biography
He is famous for his work Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail (2017), Gold Rush (2012), and Gold Rush: The Dirt (2010). And besides tv series, it’s the family mining business he also used to work for Big Nugget Mine. He was born in Haines, AK, USA.
Parker is ancestral to Germany. His father is Roger Schnabel, who is the owner of a mine and Nancy Schnabel is the name of his mother.
His mother invited him to be with his father. He’s got a brother named Schnabel Payson. He has no sister at all. His sign of the zodiac is cancer.
He worked for the family mining company Big Nugget Mine when he was 16 years old. He still owns the Southeast Road Construction company.
Parker Schnabel Wiki
|Parker Schnabel Wiki & Biography
|Parker Russell Schnabel
|Tv Personality, Gold Miner
|29 years (2023)
|Date of Birth
|July 22, 1994
|Height, Weight & Body Measurements
|Height in Centimeters
|Height in meters
|Height in Inches
|6 feet 0 inches
|Weight in Kilograms
|Weight in Pounds
|Family and Relatives
|Affairs, Girlfriends, and Marital Status
|Ashley Youle (ex)
|Education and School, College
|Haines High School
|Favorites Things and Like & Dislike
Biography of Parker Schnabel
His grandfather named John Schnabel owned a gold mining business, Big Nugget. He was very close to his grandfather and he passed away in 2016 when he was 96 years old.
Then he developed a keen interest in the mining business from a young age as his parents had a mining business. He was the leader twice his age, and in his mining company, he was extremely successful.
He has a well-kept body structure of 6 feet in height. He works in social media. He has over 823k fans on Facebook, 196k followers on Twitter, and 210k followers on Instagram.
Parker Schnabel was in high school just until he completed his studies and played on the basketball team. Parker was an enthusiastic adventurer and outdoor artist, intending to go back to operating the family mine, to concentrate on studying geology or mining at college. After graduation, he took over regular mine operations.
After John’s grandfather quit the mine from day to day, Parker came to fill his shoes. He took the kidneys and led a team of miners twice his age, proving that he could find serious gold.