Mike Rowe

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Mike Rowe

How Old Is Mike Rowe? Mike Rowe Birthday

Mike Rowe was born on March 18, 1962 and is 60 years old now.

Birthday: March 18, 1962
How Old - Age: 60

Mike Rowe Death Fact Check

Mike is alive and kicking and is currently 60 years old.
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Does Mike Rowe Have the coronavirus?


Mike Rowe does not have the coronavirus. We haven't heard any unfortunate news about Mike Rowe having the coronavirus (COVID-19).

Is Mike Rowe's father, John Rowe, dead or alive?

Mike Rowe's father, John Rowe, is still alive and kicking at the age of 81. He is British and has had a career as a actor.

Is Mike Rowe's mother, Peggy, dead or alive?

Mike Rowe's mother, Peggy, is still alive and kicking at the age of 66. She is American and has had a career as a actress, producer, songwriter.

Mike Rowe - Biography

Michael Gregory Rowe is an American television host and narrator, actor and former opera singer best known for his work on the Discovery Channel series Dirty Jobs. He can also be heard as narrator on a variety of series such as Deadliest Catch, and has appeared on commercials for Ford Motor Company.
Rowe was born in Baltimore, Maryland to John and Peggy Rowe, who were both teachers. He stated in commercials for Dirty Jobs that the show is a tribute to his father and grandfather. He became an Eagle Scout in 1979 in Troop 16 in Baltimore, and he read out loud to students at the Maryland School for the Blind during his service project for Eagle Scout. He cites this as one of the reasons that he became interested in narrating and writing. In June 2012, Rowe was awarded the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award by the Boy Scouts of America.

Rowe sang professionally with the Baltimore Opera. He resides in San Francisco, California. In 2016, he was subject to baseless rumors describing his death, leading him to quote the famous line attributed to Mark Twain: "Reports of my death are greatly exaggerated."

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