Best known as a valuer and auctioneer, Mark Stacey has made a remarkable contribution in the field of auction. Antiques Road Trip fans went crazy when he went missing, and media circulated news of him being dead! However, the report turned out to be nothing but a hoax.
In 2018, Mark showed full support by retweeting Jimmy Cater`s Tweet, “ Jesus would approve gay marriage.” He opened up about his sexuality and dropped hints about dating a boyfriend.
Who is Mark Stacey’s Boyfriend?
Though his partner’s full name remains confined, he goes by Santiago’s name, as mentioned by Mark. Mark timely shows affection for his partner on Twitter. For instance, on 25 October 2012, he posted a picture with his partner.
In addition to this, he shared a picture with his boyfriend on 7 December 2015. The painting reflects the love and care Mark receives from his partner as he posed in a wheelchair while Santiago held the wheelchair.
(Photo: Mark Stacey`s Twitter)
Besides revealing his sweetheart’s name, Mark also announced that his partner is from Europe via his tweet on 16 March 2017.
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Moreover, on 21 July 2018, Mark and his partner were mentioned on Twitter. They received a lot of appreciation for raising a church fund together. Well, speculating the post, it is clear that the couple is dating blissfully. But as Mark has not spilled any beans on marriage, it is hard to state if he is married to Santiago or not.
On 9 July 2018, he tweeted praising Jimmy Carter when Jimmy said that Jesus would approve of gay marriage.
Welsh Auctioneer Mark Stacey was born on 23 September 1964 in South Wales. He grew up alongside his brother and two sisters. However, Mark’s details regarding family remain a mystery.
During his early years, Mark worked as a social worker. He had a keen interest in collecting coins and antique stuff from a young age. Well, he successfully turned his interest into a profession as a valuer with the change in time.
Career And Salary
Mark relocated to London and started working at Bonhams and Sotheby’s auction houses to pursue his career. With his skills and knowledge, Mark got a chance to become the head of Decorative Arts. He instantly flourished in his career, which led him to become the director of Hamptons/ Dreweatt Neate Fine Art within a short time.
As mentioned before, he made an appearance in the BBC programs.
With his growing experience, Mark utilized his skills in his antique shop in Kempton, East Sussex, in 2011. In 2014, he also became an auctioneer with Reeman Dansie in Colchester. He found an ancient Egyptian sarcophagus and sold it for 13.5k pounds.
With his dedication to auctioning for more than 20 years, Mark has amassed a net worth of more than a million dollars.