What Is Flog It Paul Martin Doing Now? His Wife, Net Worth, Family, Age & Facts

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Published Date: 18 Oct, 2020 Updated date: 18 Oct, 2020 By Daniel Roffer

A multi-talented personality Paul Martin has been appearing on the antique programs for more than a decade. The father of two has an interesting story of meeting his to-be wife on the show.

British antiques dealer and professional drummer Paul Martin is known for his work as a presenter on the BBC’s long-running antiques program Flog It! His other shows include Trust Me, I’m a Dealer, Paul Martin’s Handmade Revolution, Street Auction, Make Me a Dealer, and Curiosity.

Paul Martin Bio; Age, Family, Education

Paul was born on 5 January 1959 in Teddington, Middlesex, the United Kingdom that makes him 61 years of age. He is the son of British parents and is accompanied by a sister. His family moved to Cornwall when he was young and spent his childhood there.

Martin attended Falmouth Grammar School in Falmouth, Cornwall. After completing high school, he went to Falmouth College of Arts, where he studied art and woodwork. He was a session musician drummer at an early age and has worked with Average White Band, The Quireboys, and The Dogs D’Amour in the 1990s.

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His Career Journey

After graduation, he got a job with Pinewood Studios as a scenic painter on film sets, working for three years. At the age of 25, he started a pitch on London’s Portobello Road and participated in various shop-share schemes.

Moreover, he worked as an antiques props stylist for magazines including Marie Claire and New Woman and designed antique sets for TV shoots for the Clothes Show and Granada TV. During an interview about oak furniture, he was discovered by a team from BBC Bristol.

Martin was then signed up to present Flog It!, which has led to a series of television shows and spin-off books. He presented the show until its cancellation in October 2018.

Besides, he has presented I Never Knew That About Britain for the ITV network and the BBC Countryfile spin-offs Summer Diaries, Spring Diaries, Autumn Diaries, and Winter Diaries.

What Is He Doing Now? Net Worth

Paul has presented antiques show for 18 years. He has entertained millions by the expertise of the antiques market, especially from his show, Flog It. After its cancellation, he is now involved in other antiques-related shows. He now appears in a show Make Me a Dealer and the antiques game show Curiosity.

Well, the veteran TV presenter has made a remarkable fortune from the decades of his television stint. He has been plowing his money on buying the properties.

Martin has numerous antiques and luxurious cars on his collections. However, his actual earnings and net worth is still under review.

Is He Still Married? Wife, Children

The 61-year-old married his longtime love, Charlotte Godfrey, on 8 September 2007. Paul first met his future wife Charlotte while he was working on Flog It! Charlotte was a production coordinator on his show when the duo was introduced to each other. She is known for her work on Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom (2002), Moments (2013), and Harvest (2013).

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The couple is the proud parents of two kids. They welcomed their first child; a son named Dylan Martin on 27 November 2008. Later, their daughter named Meredith Martin was born in 2011. Paul loves spending time with his family, especially his kids during the holidays. He now resides with his wife and children in a period cottage in a small village called Seend in Wiltshire.

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Some Interesting Facts About Paul Martin

  • Paul is the owner of an art and antiques gallery The Table Gallery, situated in The Cotswold market town of Corsham.
  • He published a book titled “My World Of Antiques: Collect, Buy and Sell Everyday Antiques Like an Expert” in November 2018.
  • His best antique purchase is a 17th-century Charles I court cupboard made from English oak, which he bought around £12,000-£15,000.
  • He often gets involved in social works on charity and fundraising events.
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