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George Clarke Bio, Age, Career, Net Worth, Marriage, Current Wife Katie Clark

An English Architect, Television presenter, writer and Lecturer, born in Sunderland, England on 27th of May, 1974 (age 45).

George Clarke Body Measurements

He is 6 feet 2 inches tall with a slim appearance.

George Clarke Bio: Ethnicity, Parents, Early Life, Education

He is White by ethnicity with straight sexual orientation. He also recognized as “Man of many talents.” For his early education he went to Ox close Comprehensive school but he left the school at the age of 16 to find a job because his father, who was a painter by profession, died when George was only 6 years old and his mother married another person but there is no record of his mother name. Later he went to Wearside College for his BTEC in building and construction. Afterward he got BA Honors in Architectural Studies and then got a certificate in Architectural Practice from Newcastle University. His educational journey got more developed by getting a graduate diploma in Architecture from the Bartlett School of Architecture in London. An interesting fact about Clarke is that he supported himself financially by renovating other’s homes during his studies.

 George Clarke Marriage Details

George got married twice and he is currently living in Notting Hill, West London with his second wife Katie Clark. He has three children from her previous wife Catriona, Iona, Emilio and Georgie Clarke.

George Clarke Net Worth And Salary

George due to his Multidimensional task has a lot of financial resources around 6 Million US dollars. He receives 500,000 US Dollars annually in terms of Salary.

 George Clarke Career Details

Clarke’s grandparents were architectures and he drew his inspirations from them. George Clarke got graduated in 1995 and joined Faulkner Browns as a student to polish his architectural abilities. He then joined world-famous architecture Sir Terry Farrell in 1998 and then he formed his own company with share from his friend, Bobby Diesel. He kept working in his company for advancement till 2011. He left his partner Diesel and formed another company with a staff of 25 people. Clarke and his company devotedly worked for the renovation and refurbishment of houses. Several projects of designing new buildings were also given to them.

Clarke at this point started a new domain of his career he joined Newcastle University as a visiting lecturer in between 2001-2003. Due to his sensitive nature and attribute of feeling for poor he has created a charity organization underneath the name Ministry of Building Innovation and Education (MOBIE) that works for the steering and inspiration of tykes into the innovation and style of homes within the UK and abroad. His organization has collaborated with Teesside University to design a course in this regard. In this course, the university offers guidelines and a theoretical knowledge pack to students who wish to become an Architect.

In our life on most of the occasions fate dominates will. The same occurred in the case of Clarke when he by chance stepped up in the line of Television’s career. Clarke approached a literary agent for a book about architecture the agency also has links in the television industry. Later, he was introduced to ‘Channel 5’ and later on he was the concerned the auditions. He was provided with a project “Build a New Life in the Country” on the same TV Channel. He was offered a permanent job in this channel and from here his career of TV presenter started. He continued working in this domain for a long time as if he was enjoying it just as equal as architecture.

Other than hosting and architecture, he wrote lots of books. Some of his famous writings are: “Home Bible (Orion)”, “Build a New Life: by Creating Your New Home”, “Amazing Spaces” and “More Amazing Spaces”.