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Kurt Sowers Net Worth: Age, Bio, Career, Twitter & More



Kurt Sowers is an American entrepreneur and television personality who is best known for his co-starring role on the FOX show “Joe Millionaire: For Richer or Poorer”. He holds the title of CEO with a development organization. As of 2022, Kurt Sowers net worth is estimated to be around $2 million.

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Early Life

Full NameKurt Francis Sowers
Birth Date / AgeSeptember 14, 1989 / 32 Years Old
Birth PlaceCharlotte, North Carolina
Source of WealthConstruction / Television
Relationship StatusSingle
Height6 ft. 0 in. / 182.9
Net Worth$2 Million

Kurt Francis Sowers was born in January of 1989 in Charlotte, North Carolina to parents Eric and Colleen. It’s known that the Sowers grew up in the Weddington, North Carolina area. Also noteworthy, the “Joe Millionaire” bachelor has five siblings.

Their names are Vanda, Tara, Kelly, Bret, and Sean. It’s also known that all of Sowers’s grandparents have passed away, most recently his grandfather’s June E. Eyman and Hugh H. Sowers.

Not much else is known regarding Sowers’s upbringing. Information on his education and adolescent life has not been made public to this point.

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Kurt Sowers Net Worth and Career

For starters, the FOX show “Joe Millionaire: For Richer or Poorer” pins two single men, one rich and one poor, up against one another. They will date 20 women who are unaware as to which man is the millionaire. In the end, it will be revealed as to which man is the millionaire.

Sowers holds the title of CEO for a construction company located in Charlotte and the company appears to be doing quite well. Again, the show has done a good job of keeping their star’s net worths on the wraps. Yet, Sowers seems to be well-off, at least that’s the image he upholds on social media.

Based on his Instagram posts, Sowers has traveled, but not to any extremely exotic or expensive places. Locations that he’s posted in include Mexico, New York, Virginia, and his home of North Carolina.

Also of note, Sowers has gotten into the world of modeling recently as well. In addition, he has expressed an interest in acting in commercials, theatre, music videos, and extras.

Kurt Sowers Twitter

Sowers entered the Twittersphere in September of 2010, but he still has under 500 followers on his account. Strangely, the first tweet on his profile came in January of this year. Furthermore, his location is QC and he lists his employment as an entrepreneur.

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He also has an Instagram account where he is more active with his posts. In his bio, Sowers calls himself the “King of the Dudes” as well as “Builder Boy Extraordinaire”. Moreover, as of January of 2022, his profile has roughly 6,700 followers. Lastly, it appears as though his Facebook account has been deactivated.

Kurt Sowers Age

The co-star of “Joe Millionaire: For Richer or Poorer” is 33 years old as of January of 2022. Notably, the bachelor is five years the elder of his castmate Steven McBee. As to this point, Sowers has kept most of the details surrounding his personal life private. We know that he has five siblings, but it’s unknown if he’s the oldest, the youngest, or somewhere in between.

What happened to the first “Joe Millionaire”? Who was the first “Joe Millionaire”?

The first installment of “Joe Millionaire” came out all the way back in 2003. The FOX romance show sent 20 women to France with a man they thought was a millionaire. When the man made his final choice, he was forced to reveal his actual financial situation.

The original “Joe Millionaire” was a bachelor named Evan Marriott, who was actually a working-class construction worker and not a millionaire. A second installment titled “The Next Joe Millionaire” was released later that year, but was not nearly as successful.

Interestingly, there was a short-lived British version called “Joe Millionaire UK”. However, it would only run for a little over a month. Thus far, the new season isn’t yielding a ton of viewership. Perhaps “Joe Millionaire” was a one-hit-wonder. Critics have often spewed over the trickery aspect of the show.

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