American television host and narrator, Michael Gregory Rowe was born on March 18, 1962, in Baltimore County, Maryland in the United States of America.
|Name:||Michael Gregory Rowe|
|Date of Birth:||March 18, 1962|
|Net Worth:||$35 million|
Mike Rowe Nationality
Rowe was born in Baltimore County, Maryland in the United States of America. He is an American.
Mike Rowe Age
Rowe was born on March 18, 1962, hence he is currently 61 years of age as of 2023.
Mike Rowe Height and Weight
Rowe stands at a height of 6ft tall and weighs 172 lbs or 78kg.
Mike Rowe Family and Siblings
Rowe was born to Peggy Rowe and John Rowe. He has two brothers, Phil and Scott.
Mike Rowe Education
Rowe attended Kenwood Presbyterian Church in Nottingham, Maryland. He also attended Overlea High School and graduated in 1980. He furthered at the Essex Community College.
Mike Rowe Career
Rowe has hosted New York Expeditions for PBS, No Relation for FX, and On-Air TV for American Airlines.
As “Bobby Arpeggio” for the now-defunct Sanctuary Woods, Rowe presented the CD-ROM music trivia game Radio Active in the early 1990s. He served as an on-air host for the QVC home shopping network during the same time period.
According to Rowe, QVC dismissed him three times before rehiring him each time until he ultimately quit on his own in 1993.
When informed in a 2008 Dirty Jobs episode that the gourds he was developing would be offered via QVC, he responded that he was familiar with the company and went on to improvise a sales pitch for them.
For the now-defunct PrimeStar satellite television service in the 1990s, Rowe hosted the Channel 999 instructional guide. Rowe served as the host of TBS’s Worst Case Scenarios in 2002.
Rowe hosted The Most for The History Channel from 2001 through 2004. Rowe anchored Evening Magazine on KPIX-TV in San Francisco from 2001 until 2005.
Rowe hosted a three-part series called How Booze Built America on the Discovery Channel in September 2012.
On April 10, 2014, CNN announced that Rowe would host Somebody’s Gotta Do It, a brand-new “Original Series” that would debut in the fall 2014 schedule.
Rowe has a long history as a narrator and has experience hosting events. He has voiced American Chopper, American Hot Rod, Deadliest Catch, Wild Pacific, Silver Rush, Ghost Lab, How the Universe Works, and Syfy’s Ghost Hunters for the Discovery Channel.
Rowe presented the annual Shark Week on the Discovery Channel in 2006 and 2008, as well as the amateur parody video special You Spoof Discovery, which made fun of some of the network’s most well-liked programs.
At the 2010 National Scout Jamboree at Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, and again at the 2013 National Scout Jamboree in Bechtel Summit, Mike Rowe addressed more than 70,000 scouts, leaders, and attendees, respectively.
The Eagle Scout Rowe stressed the need for all scouts to become dirty while also stressing the value of maintaining good physical and mental hygiene.
Rowe played Jim Baxter, Tim Allen’s character’s brother, in the 2012 episode of the ABC sitcom Last Man Standing titled “Baxter & Sons.”
In Kansas City, Missouri, in June 2013, Mike Rowe addressed the attendees at the 49th Annual National Leadership and Skills Conference for SkillsUSA. He stressed the value of “Work Smart and Hard” to the almost 15,000 spectators at Kemper Arena.
Rowe appeared as a special guest on This Old House’s Season 39 debut in 2017. This season’s opening project highlights “Generation Next,” a group that teaches young people building skills.
This endeavor is being supported by Rowe through his “mikeroweWORKS” organization and the “This Old House” community.
Mike Rowe Wife
Rowe is not married at the moment. However, he has been in a long relationship with Danielle Burgio since 2012.
Mike Rowe Children
Rowe has no children at the moment.
Mike Rowe Religion
We have no details about Rowe’s religious affiliations at the moment.
Mike Rowe Net Worth
Rowe has a net worth estimated to be about $35 million as of 2023. He made his wealth from his career as a TV host.