George Clarke- the Facts

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  • George Clarke was born in Sunderland, 27th May 1974
  • George is 1.91m tall
  • As far as we are aware, heartthrob, Mr Clarke, is currently single.
  • George’s father died when George was six. His mother later remarried.
  • Both of George’s grandfathers were builders. After spending summer holidays on building sites, he decided he wanted to be an architect at age 12.
  • After leaving school at 16, George found a job at local architects, David W. Johnson.
  • After achieving his BTEC in Building and Construction at Wearside College, Sunderland, George achieved a First Class BA (Hons) in Architectural Studies and a Certificate in Architectural Practice from Newcastle University. He then achieved a post-graduate diploma from London’s Bartlett School of Architecture.

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  • To support his studies, George renovated people’s homes in his spare time.
  • In 2014, George and his then wife, Catriona, got divorced. Together they have three children, Georgie, Emilio and Iona.
  • In 2012 George carried the Olympic torch through Camden, in honour of his late brother-in-law, Swiggy Drummond, who had originally been nominated.Screen Shot 2016-05-26 at 11.53.49
  • George Clarke has his own company, George Clarke + Partners, which offers a bespoke, hands on service that covers all aspects of the design, build and the property development business.
  • Being somewhat of a philanthropist, George is involved in numerous charities. He is an ambassador for ShelterPrince’s Regeneration Trust, and a patron of design and architecture charity, The Civic Trust.
  • George Clarke’s signature leather jacket is from Belstaff.


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