Allen Haff stars opposite Ton Jones in Spike TV's hit show Auction Hunters. When compared to his burly, tattooed partner, Allen seems conspicuously clean-cut, and this is part of the success of the duo's on-screen appeal. As a celebrity, Allen Haff is estimated to be worth about $1 million, and with Auction Hunters renewed for a fourth season, he's bound to gain in popularity.
Allen was born in Michigan, where he grew up and went to college before moving to California in the early 2000s. A second-generation antiques dealer, Allen has been in the business for more than 20 years. He paid his way through college by buying and trading antiques, and he built his antiques business at the age of 24. He was also an early eBay pioneer, buying and selling rare items before the site grew to the prominence it holds today.
Given his long history in the antiques business, it's little surprise that Allen found a niche in auction hunting. He opened Hollywood & Vintage, a shop specializing in Hollywood collectibles and memorabilia, in 2008, and stocks the shop with items from storage auctions, estate sales, yard sales and more.
Prior to his work on Auction Hunters, Allen appeared on several reality TV shows including My House is Worth What?? And Clean House. He's also hosted several awards shows and served as an extra for television and film spots.
When not searching for hidden treasures at auctions and estate sales, Allen Haff is a devoted animal lover. Indeed, he shares this passion with his co-star Ton Jones. Allen is a regular donor to several major animal charities, and he rescues and fosters strays out of his own home as well.