Mark Bowe is the name of a famous American Television personality, who is better known for his reality show on DIY network show called the Barnwood Builders. Mark also worked as the coal miner in early of his career. In addition, he is also familiar as craftsman, businessman, historian, and a passable break-dancer.
|Real Name||Mark Bowe|
|Date of Birth||06 March 1970|
|Birthplace||West Virginia, USA|
|Famous As||TV personality|
|Net worth||$62 K US Dollars|
Mark was born in Glasgow, West Virginia. As per wiki, he celebrates his birthday on March 05 and was born in 1970, which makes his age 49 this year. After completing his schooling study, he attended West Virginia University, where he received a graduate degree in Business Administration. Later he received a Master’s degree in safety management from WVU’s College of Business.
When he was in college, Mark started working as a coal miner and later he became a mine safety technician. After completing the study, he started his own company named Antique Cabins and Barns. Later he builds his own team and started buying to restoring old cabins into the modern-day buildings. In a short time, Mark and his team earned huge success in this resorting platform with their amazing skill and also earned quite popular in West Virginia.
In 2013, he became a part of the show Barnwood Builders. The show is about the six West Virginia craftsman who is on the way to restore cabins and barns. In the show, he appeared along with Tim Rose, Johnny Jett, Graham Ferguson, Sherman Thomas, and Sean McCourt. The show premiered on the 1st November 2013 on the DIY Network. He and his team have more than 400 structures in the pioneer era design along with his team. Recently, he has started a new venture, Barnwood Living, which is just only an extension of his first company.
The talented guy is a married and happy family person, who married to Cindy Lavender Bowe since the mid- ‘90s. The couple welcomed a son namely Atticus. Like her hubby Cindy also a famous face in her own area. Now she serves as a delegate for District 42 in Charleston as elected through her democrat seat.
Before this, Cindy worked for the Greenbrier Valley Flood Recovery and Relief Committee as the founding member. Moreover, she also worked in several positions for several organizations like vice president of the Greenbrier Episcopal School board of directors, and also an executive director of the United Way of the Greenbrier Valley. As of now, the couple living and enjoying their peaceful life without any problem and complication.