• Mark Bowe is a reality TV star known for his series “Barnwood Builders”
• Born March 6, 1970, he has a net worth of over $1 million
• Bowe is Caucasian, with brown hair and eyes, and holds a BA degree in business administration and an MA in safety management
• He is married to Cindy Lavander-Bowe, who is a Virginian politician and teacher
• Bowe rose to fame as the producer and star of the TV series “Barnwood Builders”
Mark Bowe’s Wiki and Biography
Born on 6 March 1970, In West Virginia, Mark Bowe is a reality TV star known for his series “Barnwood Builders”, meaning that he is 49 years old, his zodiac sign is Pisces, and he’s American by nationality. Being successful in the entertainment world, Mark was able to rise to fame and make a name for himself, but some questions regarding his family life, relationship status, as well as his income have been posed.
So just how rich is Mark Bowe as of mid-2019? According to authoritative sources, this TV star has a net worth of over $1 million, accumulated from his career in the previously mentioned fields. Mark hasn’t spoken about any notable assets, such as vehicles and houses, remaining humble.
Ethnicity and Background
When it comes to his ethnicity, Bowe is Caucasian and has brown hair and eyes, and has a fit and muscular figure as evidenced by his appearances on TV.
Bowe worked his way through West Virginia University, supporting himself as a coal miner, and earned a BA degree in business administration, and subsequently an MA in safety management from the same university. In addition to being a TV star, he is also an historian, businessman and “a passable break-dancer (if you give him enough room)”, as he jokingly stated on his website.
Being a hardworking, career-oriented and dedicated man, he opened his company named Antique Cabins and Barns in 1995. As of 2016, he’s expanded his business into Barnwood Living.
Being in the entertainment world, Bowe is naturally active on social media, and uses his accounts to promote his work as well as to interact with his fans on Twitter and Instagram. Some of his latest posts on the former include a tweet in which he jokingly wrote “Just realized my Christmas tree is still up.
Am I the first or the last?” Besides that, he shared a photo of himself taken on the set of “Barnwood Builders”. Mark often posts photos from his private life on Instagram, and recently shared a photo of his dog, with the caption reading “Saturdays are for naps.” and his followers went on to leave messages, telling him just how adorable his pup is.
Still time to tune in this Sunday, November 18 from 11am-3pm (EST) for all the fun! pic.twitter.com/WnelGt3opr
— Mark Bowe (@MarkBowe) November 18, 2018
In addition, Bowe posted a photo of himself building a barn – one fan went commented “So much in this photo I enjoy. Looks so peaceful”.
Despite being a public figure and sharing a lot of information with his audience, Mark still prefers keeping some things behind the scenes.
Nonetheless, we do know that he’s married to Cindy Lavander-Bowe, a Virginian politician and member of the West Virginia House of Delegates representing District 42; his wife was elected to the office in late 2018, and her term ends in 2020. Cindy studied at the West Virginia University Institute of Technology, and earned a BA degree in social studies in 1993. She then went on to earn a master’s degree at Marshall University.
As of her career, Cindy is the co-owner of Barnwood Living, and a teacher at Kanawha County Public Schools. Reportedly, they don’t have any children. Just like her husband, Cindy is active on Twitter. She is a Christian, and her faith is something she’s passionate about. Besides that, she often tweets about West Virginia, and even her biography on Twitter says “When I’m gone & opened, they’ll find West Virginia on my heart.”
Mark rose to fame as the producer and the star of “Barnwood Builders”, a TV documentary that follows a group of West Virginia craftsmen as they reclaim and restore America’s oldest and most beautiful barns. He made his debut in 2016, and over the course of the following two years appeared in 51 episodes. Overall, the series received generally positive response from critics and the audience.