|Full Name||Marcus Lemonis|
|Birth Name||Marcus Lemonis|
|Profession||Businessman, television personality, philanthropist and politician|
|Spouse||Roberta Bobbi Raffel|
|Filmography||The Partner,CNBC Documentaries,The Profit|
|Education||University in Milwaukee|
|Date of Birth||November 16,1973|
Marcus Lemonis is an American businessman, politician, philanthropist, and television personality. He got recognition from the television reality show The Profit. He is now the CEO and chairman of Campain World, Good Sam Enterprises, Gander Outdoors, and The House Boardshop. He is married to Roberta Bobbi Raffel in 2018.
Marcus was born on November 16, 1973. The television personality, who was born in Beirut, Lebanon, belongs to mixed ethnicity and holds the American nationality.
Marcus was born to Lebanese parents, father Abadellel and mother Nadia. His parents abandoned him at the orphanage while he was just four days old.
On 29th July 1974, he was adopted by couple Leo and Sophia and took him to their home in Miami, Florida.
Lemonis completed his high school from Christopher Columbus High School in 1991. After that, he graduated from a bachelor's degree with a major in political science and minor in criminology from Marquette University in Milwaukee in 1995.
Marcus Lemonis has worked in various field. He started his career as a democrat and run for the Florida House of Representative but he lost to Bruno Barreiro. After that, he worked along with his grandfather.
In 2001 the 6 feet tall businessman worked as the CEO of Holiday RV Superstores Inc for two years. He co-founded FreedonRoads and started acquiring RV dealerships. In 2004, he teamed up with NASCAR.
Lemonis also appeared in two episodes of Celebrity Apprentice. In 2012, Marcus also made an appearance in ABC's show Secret Millionaire to help a local charity. He gained much more recognition from the CNBC reality show The Profit in 2013.
The reality show host also starred and producer the CNBC program The Partner in 2017.
Marcus Lemonis has massive amounts from his varied career and has an estimated net worth of $500 million, as of 2020.
Marcus company Camping World went public on the New York Stock and exchange at $22 per share. From the company going public, the company earned $2 billion approximately in October 2016.
The reality show host purchased a house spreading on one and a half acre for $1.85 million. In 2013, he bought a house in Chicago suburb of Lake Forest for $5 million. He sold his Chicago's Gold Coast condo for $3.25 million in June 2018.
Marcus Lemonis is married to wife Roberta Bobbi Raffel. The couple dated for some time before tying the knot in 2018.
The pair, who enjoys two years long marital life, has not welcomed any children.
Marcus and his wife are now living a happy married life and reside in Lake Forest, Illinois.