Brooke Howard-Smith Biography
Brooke Howard-Smith is recognized as an entrepreneur, New Zealand broadcaster, television presenter and also an artist having most recently exhibited at 42 Below’s space in Auckland.
How Old is Brooke Howard-Smith? – Age
Born on 6 October 1972 in Auckland, New Zealand, Brooke is a well known 51-year-old entrepreneur and television presenter.
How Tall is Brooke Howard-Smith? – Height
A New Zealand entrepreneur, broadcaster, television presenter, and artist stands at an average stature.
Brooke Howard-Smith Mother, Father, Siblings – Family
The television presenter, and artist was born in Auckland, New Zealand. However, he has not revealed details concerning his parents and siblings in the public.
Is Brooke Howard-Smith Married? – Wife
Brooke got married to former Miss New Zealand and also actress/television presenter, Amber Peebles. From 2005 and 2010 he as well owned and ran the Auckland nightclub The Pony Club.
Brooke Howard-Smith Salary and Net Worth
He is besides an entrepreneur and has co-founded over 20 companies, such as Senate Industries, England Clothing, Holistic purpose-driven talent agency WeAreTENZING, Poynter Footwear, Social campaign software platform Otterfish, and also Metaverse creator Non Fungible Labs, has an estimated net worth of 193 million dollars as of 2024.
Brooke Howard-Smith’s Career
When he was 21 years Brooke and Arlo Eisenberg began skate company Senate industries The company was one of the world’s largest makers of inline accessories, turning over in excess of 13 million dollars in 1997. Later in 1996 he founded England Clothing.
Later in 1999 he began a shoe company known as Poynter Footwear. Recognized more for his OTT personality and crashes than his skating, he is well thought of as the inventor of many tricks, such as the Royale. Furthermore, Brooke is credited with being instrumental in the birth of Street and vert inline skating.
Over 11 years he competed in multiple X Games and also world championships and as well toured with the likes of Matt Hoffman and Tony Hawk. In 1996 he became featured in the finale of the closing ceremony of the Atlanta Olympics along with Hawk, Hoffman and also a small group of action sport heroes.
TV and Radio
He is a New Zealand television personality, best known for his role presenting TV3’s Target consumer affairs show, and also as Celebrity Joker Poker and as well TV2’s XSTV an extreme sports show and Brooke became a part of the presenting line up for the 2007 Rugby World Cup in France. Moreover, he presented NZ Performance Car TV series 5 and also as the television coverage of the 2008 Coca-Cola Christmas in the Park, TV3’s Big Night In telethon besides Māori Television’s Rise Up Christchurch telethon.
Follow his on Instagram @bhowardsmith