Mark is an engineer, inventor, and YouTuber. He spent over nine years working for NASA, particularly on the Curiosity rover, which is now on Mars. In 2013 he left NASA to pursue "Digital Dudz", which integrates Halloween costumes with mobile apps and other clothing. He hosts The Quick And The Curious TV show on the Science Channel.
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In 2019 he and fellow YouTuber MrBeast created the #TeamTrees campaign to raise money to plant 20 million trees by 2020. The goal was successfully completed later that same year. A few years later the two teamed up again for the #TeamSeas campaign, which set a goal for removing $30 million pounds of trash out of the ocean.
Pulling in around $1 million a year, he has an estimated net worth of about $5 million. With over 27 million subscribers on YouTube, it’s no wonder that Mark is one of the most popular content creators on YouTube.
Mark grew up in a four bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home in Brea, CA. The home was last sold in 2018 for $920,000. With an in-ground swimming pool, attached garage, and wood burning fireplace, it’s not a bad place to grow up.
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Currently Mark Rober lives with his wife Lisa and their family in a beautiful apartment in Sunnyvale, CA. Amenities include a large swimming pool with lots of relaxing patio space.
Mark’s home, both previous and current, is beautiful and a great place to settle down. If you enjoyed taking a look at this house, take a look at Luke Combs lives here.
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