Bob Vila Net Worth
Bob Vila makes how much a year? For this question we spent 18 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.
The main source of income: TV Personalities
Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $25 Million.
Bob Vila information Birth date: June 20, 1946 Birth place: Miami, Florida, United States Profession:Presenter, Author, Television Director Education:University of Florida Nationality:United States of America Spouse:Diana Barrett (m. 1975) Children:Monica Vila, Christopher Vila, Susannah Vila
:How tall is Bob Vila – 1,74m.
How much weight is Bob Vila – 53kg
Biography,Early lifeVila, a Cuban-American, is a native of Miami, Florida. Growing up, his father built the family home by hand. Vila graduated from Miami Jackson High School (1962) and studied journalism at the University of Florida. After graduating, he served as a volunteer in the Peace Corps, working in Panama from 1971 to 1973.CareerVila was hired as the host of This Old House in 1979 after receiving the Heritage House of 1978 award by Better Homes and Gardens, for his restoration of a Victorian Italianate house in Newton, Massachusetts. On This Old House, Vila appeared with carpenter Norm Abram as they, and others, renovated houses. In 1989 he left the show following a disagreement arising from his involvement with outside commercial endorsements for New Jersey-based Rickel, and the subsequent retaliatory pulling of underwriting from Rickels competitor Home Depot and lumber supplier Weyerhaeuser. He was replaced by Steve Thomas.After leaving This Old House, Vila became a commercial spokesman for Sears, and beginning in 1990 he hosted Bob Vilas Home Again, (known from 2005 on as Bob Vila), a weekly syndicated home-improvement program. His series ran for 16 seasons in syndication before it was canceled by distributor CBS Television Distribution due to declining ratings, the series remains in reruns. Vila also appeared on various episodes of the situation comedy Home Improvement as himself, where main character and cable TV host Tim Taylor (played by Tim Allen) saw him as a rival and went to great lengths to try to beat Vila at things, which he never succeeded in doing. Vila also made a cameo in the 1993 comedy spoof Hot Shots! Part Deux.Vila has written 10 books, including a five-book series titled Bob Vilas Guide to Historic Homes of America. As of 2006, he still appears regularly on television. He can also be seen on the Home Shopping Network, selling a range of tools under his own brand.
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