What Is Mark Hoppus Net Worth In 2022
After moving to Monterey, Hoppus took up skateboarding and listened to punk rock music. Then I moved to Fairfax, Virginia. While attending high school in the suburbs of Washington, D.C., Mark picked up a bass guitar for the first time and began learning to play on his own while listening to music by various artists.
During this time, he joined his first band and began performing at small venues such as House his parties and campfires. Hoppus attended California State University, but quickly realized his college life wasn’t for him. He actually wanted to become an English teacher, but he gave it up in the early 1990s after his music career became more lucrative.
Mark Hoppus And Tom DeLonge Collaborated On Many Entrepreneurial Ventures, Including Atticus clothing and Macbeth shoes.
- Mark actually met his wife on the set of the music video for “All The Small Things”
- When he first met Tom DeLonge, he broke both of his heels climbing a lamp post in a bid to try and impress him. Classic Mark!
- Mark and the rest of Blink 182 (and a monkey) have a cameo in the first American Pie movie, as well as contributing to the soundtracks
- At High School, Mark would dress like Robert Smith from The Cure, including eye liner and red lip stick
- Legend has it that Mark Hoppus actually wrote one of Blink’s biggest songs, “Damnit” in around 5 minutes
- For a few years, Mark and his family moved to London, although now moving back to LA he is still and avid Chelsea fan.
- Both Mark and Tom co-owned popular clothing lines “Atticus” and “Macbeth Footwear, although Mark has now sold his shares. That’s probably because he was too busy with a billion other projects, including…
- Producing! Mark has credits on various albums, including pop punk’s other giants New Found Glory when he produced the 2009 records “Not Without A Fight”
- Did you also know that Mark had his own Podcast called HiMyNameIsMark during Blink 182’s hiatus where he would talk about his career and feature up and coming bands? Yep, never a day off for old, Hoppus!