Paul Teutul Jr Net Worth $15 Million
Paul Michael “Paulie” Teutul (created October 2, 1974) is among the stars of the American reality television show “American Chopper”. He co-founded Orange County Choppers (OCC) with his dad, Paul Teutul, Sr. in 1999. Prior to this, Teutul was head of the train store at Orange County Ironworks. He was likewise in charge of designing the symbol for OCC. He could be the owner of Paul Jr. Designs, which makes custom bikes and sells branded clothes.
Teutul, along with his dad and younger brother Michael Teutul, became stars when Orange County Choppers became the focus of a reality television show “American Chopper” on Discovery Channel in 2002.
Teutul started his own design company Paul Jr. Designs, and, in 2009, designed a dog park in Montgomery, New York. His first product layout was a “facelift” for Coleman’s 10th anniversary “Roadtrip Grill” in 2010. It had been reported in mid April 2010 by TMZ.com, that Paul Jr. intended to begin his own bike company to go head to head against OCC. The business now competes directly with OCC. Former OCC worker Cody Connelly has since joined PJD.