The Tiny House Nation star John Weisbarth, famous for his impressive expertise in renovating people’s houses, is a married man and a father of one. The family man doesn’t hesitate to share his fun family time through his social media handles.
John Weisbarth Enjoys His Family Time With His Wife And Son
Undoubtedly, Weibarth’s social media posts are proof of his blissful married life. He has been married to Megan Weisbarth since 2008 and has a little son Jake.
He frequently makes casual family posts on Instagram, whether showing off his hops, jumping over his son in his front yard, or traveling places with the family.
Weisbarth’s Accomplished Career
With his accelerating career, the tv host’s current projects include Tiny House Nation airing on Netflix and Covid Cocktails with John Weibarth.
Moreover, his career path has been highly influenced by his father, who owned a home maintenance business, and Weibarth got a chance to learn the construction basics from his father.
Before becoming a renowned TV personality, he worked as a sportscaster. After almost ten years of sports broadcasting, he then hosted the American reality home renovation show Tiny House Nation with his co-host Zack Griffin.
Intending to help out several families with the budget-friendly innovative house designs within a 500 sq. ft. area, the renovation expert started in 2014 and is on-air for the fifth season.
Short Biography: Family, Net Worth
Born in Jacksonville, Florida, Weibarth grew up in Coronado, Southern California. His parents, Doug and Maidie, and his sister and her husband reside in Coronado.
As a kid, he was physically very and played sports such as baseball and soccer. By the age of 12, he had already starred in the film The Treasure, which did not get released in theatres whatsoever, but was distributed in videos.
Further, Weibarth continued playing soccer in high school and was a part of the California State Olympic Development soccer team. He enrolled at the University of California Santa Barbara in communication major and a sports management minor, and he even got in UCSB open soccer tryouts.
Although he could not make it as a soccer player, he later became a sportscaster out of a sheer passion for the sports. Given his years-long experience in television and accomplished career, the TV personality is assumed to have earned a net worth of 5 million dollars, as per a source.