Carlo Marks Net Worth 2020, Bio, Profile, Career, and Achievement
The prominent Canadian TV actor, Carlo Marks became famous after giving a strong performance in the 2013 film, Scarecrow as Eddie.
Further, he is known for his roles as Ian Thomas in the 2010 TV series, Pretty Little Liars (2010), and as ‘David Peck’ on Hallmark Channel’s “Chesapeake Shores (2016).
Carlo Marks was born in Tofino, Canada, on August 24, 1982. His father hailed from Oregon in the US, and his mother was from California. The pair married and moved to Canada in the early 80s, where they settled in British Columbia.
When people say that acting is in someone’s genes—they could easily be talking about Carlo Marks.
Both Carlo’s parents had a love of acting, and they did community theater together in Tofino. Carlo’s father had a passion for directing, and his mother enjoyed creating costumes and working on sets and props in her spare time.
Carlo and his sister—also born in Tofino—grew up around the theater, and were involved in numerous plays even at a very young age.
Carlo’s parents encouraged him to take classes, which he did. He attended the University of Victoria to get his degree. He also starred in ads until he broke into the TV and film world in 2005.
In 2005, Carlo made his first credited television appearance after playing the role of Jock in the series Pure Pwnage.
He has since continued to feature on various television shows like SGU Stargate Universe (2009), Scarecrow (2013), Crossroads (2014), Angel Falls: A Novel Holiday (2019), and others.
In addition, Marks appeared in the Chesapeake Shores of the Hallmark Channel opposite Meghan Ory and in the American superhero TV show, The Flash, starring Danielle Panabaker. Similarly, he was also included in Paul Reiser’s web series Lovebites.
Some of his film credits include Crossroads, The Bone of a Whale, Indie Jonesing and Sex, Awkward Office Encounters and Drugs.
Besides this, he frequently works as a member of the Vancouver theater group and made his directorial appearance last summer with “The Dreamer Examines His Pillow” by John Patrick Shanley.
Marks must have certainly bagged a lucrative paycheck from the show. He has an estimated net worth of$1 million as of early 2020. In addition, he also adds respectable wealth by deals with endorsements and promotional works.