American Pickers Star Dies After Stroke
American Pickers star Frank Fritz is in the hospital after a recent medical crisis. His producer, Mike Wolfe, confirmed the news via Instagram and asked fans to pray for him. Interestingly, Fritz’s stepfather, Richard Zirbes, died just a few days before he was hospitalized. According to probate court papers, Frank Fritz was not included in his stepfather’s will.
Frank Fritz suffered a stroke
A stroke has taken the life of American pickers co-host Frank Fritz. The news broke Tuesday, and his partner Mike Wolfe took to Instagram to express his condolences. The two had worked together for over a decade and had just parted ways. The co-host’s departure from the History channel show was said to be the result of a tense relationship between Wolfe and Fritz. The two had been at odds for several years, and Wolfe had said he had not spoken to Fritz in two years.
It’s not clear what caused the stroke, but it’s possible that it was the result of a series of concussions and brain aneurysms. Frankie Muniz, who also suffered from brain aneurysms, is also believed to have suffered a stroke.
Frank Fritz suffered from Crohn’s disease
Recently, American Pickers star Frank Fritz was hospitalized after suffering a stroke. His co-star Mike Wolfe posted the news on his Instagram page, and the two asked fans to pray for Fritz. Fritz has had several health issues in the past, and has previously spoken about having Crohn’s disease.
Although he never confirmed it publicly, Fritz has reportedly struggled with Crohn’s disease since childhood. This chronic illness can also cause the sufferer to lose weight. Fans speculated that his condition was the reason for his departure from the show. While Fritz said he resigned because filming was finished, he later claimed that he had been unable to continue working. He also denied that he had a falling out with co-host Mike Wolfe after his back surgery.
Frank Fritz was fired from American Pickers
American Pickers co-host Frank Fritz has recently been diagnosed with a stroke. A rep for the show told Entertainment Weekly that the show had ended and Fritz would not appear in future episodes. The rep also said that there were no plans to bring Fritz back to the show and that he didn’t fit into the “big picture” of the franchise.
According to the rep for the History Channel, Fritz left the show in July and has not been in contact with Wolfe. Wolfe said he is a “honored” guest on the show, but it doesn’t look good for Fritz’s future. Wolfe also said that Fritz is not ready to return.
Mike Wolfe says rumors of his death are “bulls***”
A former co-host of the History Channel series “American Pickers,” Mike Wolfe, has blasted the rumors of his death. He says he will not be returning to the show in March 2020. In a Facebook post, Wolfe referred to his relationship with Fritz, whom he had not spoken to for two years, as “bulls***.”
The show is about a group of people who go antique hunting and find antiques. The team has made several trips around the country and have made millions of dollars. The show debuted in 2010 on the History Channel. The cast is comprised of Mike Wolfe, Danielle Colby, and two others. While Wolfe was absent from the show for two years, his co-star Danielle Colby provides support to him when they are in difficult situations.