• Rachael Biester is the wife of Paul Teutul Jr., star of "American Chopper" and "Orange County Choppers".
• Rachael owns the fashion shop "Oliver Anne Boutique" and works as Vice President of Paul Jr. Designs.
• Rachael and Paul Teutul Jr. married in 2010 and have one son, Hudson Seven Teutul.
• Paul Teutul Sr. is a veteran of the Vietnam War and founded "Orange County Choppers" in 1999.
• Rachael and Paul Jr. have a combined net worth of $2.3 million.
Rachael Biester is mostly known for being the wife of Paul Teutul Jr., the star of such TV reality shows as “American Chopper” and “Orange County Choppers”. They parent their yet only son Hudson Seven Teutul, residing in New York.
Early life and family
Rachael Biester was born on 19 June 1985, in Los Angeles, California USA. Her nationality is American; her zodiac sign is Gemini. Little is known about Rachael’s childhood except that she spent her early years living with her parents in their family house in Los Angeles.
Rachael hasn’t disclosed any information about her education, however, it is known that she worked as a model from her teenage years. As of 2019, Rachael owns the fashion shop “Oliver Anne Boutique” located in the Hudson Valley. The store sells faux fur coats, other women clothes, accessories and various cosmetic tools, such as face rollers, masks, etc. Rachael also holds the position of Vice President of her husband’s company, Paul Jr. Designs, which produces custom designed motorcycles.
Rachael doesn’t share any personal photos on her Instagram account, keeping it closed from random viewers, however, her husband Paul Teutul Jr. sometimes posts their mutual photos on his Instagram profile.
Personal life, husband Paul Teutul Jr.
Rachael and Paul Teutul Jr. met on the set of the “American Chopper” reality TV series, the episode Rachael appeared in entitled “McCuff Gas Tank Protector”; Rachael represented the McCuffs as a model. Paul married Rachael on 10 August 2010 in the boathouse chapel at the beach of the Bonnet Island Estate, New Jersey. As of 2019, the couple gave birth to their only son Hudson Seven Teutul, born on 3 February 2015.
Say Yes To The Dress series appearance
Before the wedding ceremony, Rachael and Paul appeared in the super popular TLC show “Say Yes To The Dress”.
Not only Rachael got help choosing the right dress, but Paul got some personal attention too, from the host of the show, Randy Fenoli, who said: ‘One of the things that we noticed while working with the brides is that the grooms don’t have anywhere to go to look as fashionable as the bride.
So it’s our job to make sure Paul does not leave the men’s department until he looks as hot and sexy as Rachael does’. Paul’s mother, Paula Teutul, also appeared in the episode of the show stating that Paul was not at all a fashionista. Eventually, Paul got his custom made suit, and Rachael left the shop and the show with the dress she called a perfect one for her.
Who is Paul Teutul Jr.?
Paul Michael Teutul Jr. was born on 2 October 1974, in Orange County, California USA,into the family of Paul John Teutul Sr. and Paula Teutul. He has three siblings: Michael, born in 1978, Christin in 1983, and Daniel born in 1977. Paul’s parents divorced when he was 21 years old, in 1995. Paul has always been interested in design and motorcycles, so he started appearing in his father’s reality Tv show “American Chopper” from 2003. Even though the series was quite successful, Paul had a serious argument with his father, which was filmed and got into one of the episodes; Paul Jr. left the show in April 2009, leaving his father with his owns ideas he wanted to follow.
The same year Paul Jr. founded his own firm – “Paul Jr. Designs” – in which he proceeded to do what he liked most of all in his life – building motorcycles. In 2010 Paul Jr. was featured in the spin-off from the show, entitled “American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior”, a competition between him and his father. As of 2019, Paul Jr. works in his own building in Newburgh, New York, which he bought as the office for his design studio.
Father-in-law, Paul Teutul Sr.
Paul Teutul Sr. is a veteran of the Vietnam War, as he was a member of the US Merchant Marines. He has featured in such shows as “American Chopper”, “Orange County Choppers” and “Real Hogs”.
Born on 1 May 1949, in Yonkers, New York City, Paul Sr. started his career as a manufacturer of custom solutions for motorcycles, and founded his firm “Orange County Ironworks” which he later left for his youngest son, Daniel. In 1999 he founded “Orange County Choppers”, and has been the President of the company ever since. Paul Sr. has been married twice: his first wife, Paula, divorce him in 1995, and in 2007 Paul Sr. married his new love, Beth Ann Dillon, adopting her two sons, Brent Dillon and Burton Dillon III, from her previous marriage. However, they divorced in 2015, and he now is apparently enjoying his life in a relationship with his partner Joan Kay.
Chilling on the dock pic.twitter.com/Y93HIambl9
— Paul Teutul Sr (@paulteutulsr) October 1, 2015
Hobbies, favorite things and interesting facts
Rachael is a big fans of dogs. At home she has a dog named Isaac, and Paul Jr. often shares photos of the dog on his Instagram account. She also likes travelling, and admits that eating is one of her biggest sources of restoring energy. Whenever she has some spare time, she likes spending it with her son, Hudson, and her husband. She often accompanies him on various events representing their company “Paul Jr. Design”.
Appearance, clothing style
Rachael has long blonde hair and blue eyes. She is 5ft 7ins (1.70m) tall and weighs around 132lbs (60kgs); her vital statistics are unavailable.
As to her clothing style, Rachael has always followed the newest fashion trends, so one can often see her wearing designer clothes, while she still sticks to the casual clothes style. Her favorite color is pastel pink.
Net worth and salary
As of 2019, Rachael is reported to have a net worth of $300,000, accumulated from working hard in her fashion shop, and holding the position of Vice President of her husband, Paul Jr.’s,\ company. His net worth is estimated to be around $2 million. When Paul Teutul Jr. was working with his father, his net worth was reported to be around $10 million, however, it decreased considerably as he left the company and the TV show “American Chopper”, which impacted his wealth. However, his father is also facing hard times, having a lot of debts and owing around $500,000.