• Ursula Stolf is a TV personality best known for appearing in the “Storage Wars: Canada” reality TV show
• She has a bachelor's degree in education, a Master's degree in education, and a bachelor's degree in sociology
• She is the owner of Ursula's Locker Loot, a small company and store located in downtown Toronto
• She is married and lives in Toronto with her husband and pet dog
• She has a net worth of over $1 million
Who is Ursula Stolf? Wiki Bio
Ursula Stolf was born in Toronto, Ontario Canada, on 1 September 1984, under the sign of Virgo and holding Canadian nationality. Ursula is a TV personality, best known for appearing in the “Storage Wars: Canada” reality TV show.
Early life and education
Ursula was raised in the county of Rexdale by her parents, with three older sisters. When she was six years old, her parents divorced because of her father’s personal issues which he refused to work on – he was allegedly abusive and violent, and Ursula grew up being afraid of him.
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After the divorce, Ursula’s mother raised her and her sisters in a housing commission apartment, and Ursula later explained in an interview how hard it was for five girls having only one bathroom.
Ursula attended a high school in Rexdale – she drank alcohol for the first time in her senior year, continuing all night getting extremely drunk, so after her hangover the next day, she decided never to drink alcohol again. After matriculation, she enrolled at Niagara College, and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in education in 2007.
She continued studying at Mount St. Vincent’s University, and completed a Master’s degree in education. Ursula also holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology which she obtained from York University, and holds a post-graduate degree in human resources as well.
Career as a TV reality
Ursula is best known for her appearance in the “Storage Wars: Canada” series in 2013, and is said to be the highest educated person to ever appeared in the show.
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She was part of the main cast in 2013 and ’14, appearing in 15 episodes, and was known as Ursula the Knockout due to her rivalry with another cast member named Cindy, while she wasn’t on good terms with other cast members either, perhaps because she received top billings out of the whole cast.
Storage Wars aired for one more year after Ursula quit, following a group of buyers who bought storage units at auctions when the rent was not paid. It was the international version of the “Storage Wars” franchise, which is originally an American reality TV show.
In May 2017, Ursula was made a member of the main cast of “Storage Wars: Northern Treasures”, which airs on A&E in the US. The show follows four teams in their search for precious storage units. Ursula is the owner of Ursula’s Locker Loot, and is running the small company through her website, while also owning a small store located in downtown Toronto. She is a bit of an actress as well, as she appeared in the “Fiix Software” TV show in 2016.
Love life and husband
Ursula met her future husband while she was attending school grade 10, and they began dating a year later. They spent nearly a decade together before they married in their mid-20s. Her husband is a businessman and they are living together in Toronto without children.
There were rumors circulating the internet that the popular TV personality was having an affair with a cast member of the “Storage Wars: Canada”, after the two seemed too close to each other.
Ursula quickly addressed the rumors, stating that she is married woman and would never cheat on her husband.
Hobbies and other interests
Ursula is a big fan of the film industry, with Johnny Depp being her favorite actor and Courteney Cox her favorite actress, while her favorite movies are “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” and “From Up on Poppy Hill”, with “Friends” her favorite TV series. Travelling is her main hobby and she has been all around her home country of Canada, also around the US, and has visited several European countries such as France, Italy and Spain.
She is a big lover of animals, and she and her husband have a Pug pet dog. Ursula is also keen on reading books, with some of her favorites being “Gone With the Wind” by Margaret Mitchell, and “It Ends with Us” written by Colleen Hoover. She enjoys listening to pop and rap music, and the performers she likes the most include Ariana Grande and Bruno Mars.
Appearance and net worth
Ursula is 35 years old. She has long black hair and brown eyes, is 5ft 5ins (1.65m) tall, and weighs around 128lbs (58kgs). Her net worth is over $1 million, as of early 2020.
“Storage Wars: Canada”
Storage Wars aired its first episode on OLN on 29 August 2013, the first season made-up of 36 episodes while the second season counted only 12. The show’s opening theme is entitled “Money Owns This Town”, and the show’s executive producers are Guy O’Sullivan, Allison Grace, and Geoff Siskind, while its narrator is Martin Yap.The show has three more main buyers besides Ursula – Roy Dirnbeck known as “The Instigator” is the owner of a courier business, and buys storage units as a hobby.
Last episode the @TheVeteransx2 had 2 practice #patience waiting for the perfect crate #StoragWarsCan pic.twitter.com/4bn6b6nrVw
— Storage Wars Canada (@StorageWarsCan) March 31, 2014
Cindy Hayden and Rick Coffill are known as “The Veterans”, as they have been buying lockers for more than 15 years, and have an antiques store in Newmarket, Ontario called Storage Treasurers. Paul and Bogart Kenny are “The High Roller and The Kid”, and are new to the business. Paul was a poker player for 30 years before he and his son Bogart opened an antique store. Other cast members include Don Reinhart, an auctioneer with nearly 50 years of experience, and Martin Yap. The show’s final episode was aired on 26 March 2015.