Marcus Lemonis is a businessman, television personality and philanthropist. Marcus has built out of his several businesses and his career on television. Find out his worth and how far he has come as a businessman in this article.
Marcus Lemonis Net Worth
According to several sources and media outlets, Marcus has a net worth of $500 million. Marcus earns from his business and television career.
He is the chairman and CEO of Camping World, Good Sam Enterprises, Gander RV and The House Boardshop. Marcu is also a star of The Profit, a CNBC reality show about saving small businesses.
Marcus Lemonis Net Worth Forbes
Forbes has not reviewed the net worth of Marcu Lemonis yet. They have not disclosed the net worth of Marcus. It seems they are investigating his net worth.
Marcus Lemonis Early Life
Marcus was born on November 16, 1973, in Beirut, Lebanon. His biological are Abdalllel and Nadia. His father is from Lebanon while his mother is Syrian. His actual birth name was Ricardo.
Marcus was born during the Lebanese civil war. Four days after he was born, he was abandoned at an orphanage in Lebanon. He was adopted by Leo and Sophia Lemonis on July 29, 1974, while he was still a baby.
Marcus’ adoptive father is Greek while his adoptive mother is Lebanese. He was later relocated to Miami, Florida.
Growing up, he attended Christopher Columbus High School in Miami-Dade County, Florida. Marcus completed high school in 1991. He attained his degree in criminology and political science in 1995 from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
After his graduation, he pursued a career in politics. He successfully ran for a seat in the Florida House of Representatives as a Democrat.
During his childhood, Marcus was exposed to the automotive industry. His uncle Anthony Abraham, owned the largest Chevrolet dealership in the States. He also had associations with Lee Laccoa as a child.
After his political career failed, Marcus began to focus on the automotive industry. He was mentored by Lee Laccoa. Lee also served as his financial advisor and investor.
In the early stages of his automotive industry career, Lee loaned him millions to start a recreational vehicle business.
Marcus Lemonis Wife
Marcus Lemonis is married to Roberta Bobi Rafael. The couple married in 2018 and are currently residing in Lake Forest, Illinois. They do not have any children yet.