|Height||6' 4" (1.93 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Dean Travis Clarke comes from a family of watermen. His grandfather was a boat builder, his father a captain. Dean got his first professional captain's job at age 14 running a private Hatteras sport fisherman out of Montauk, N.Y. during the summers. A licensed captain, Dean has hundreds of thousands of sea miles on both power and sailing vessels around the world. He was a member of the crew of Courageous in the 1983 America's Cup and has sailed in numerous one-design national and world championships. For the past 25 years, Dean has been a marine journalist, holding the position of executive editor at Bonnier Corporation for the past 20 years. At Bonnier, Dean works with Sport Fishing, Marlin, Fly-Fishing in Saltwaters, Boating, Motorboating and Yachting magazines. He also hosts the popular and award-winning Sport Fishing TV show on the Versus and SunSports Networks. Recently, after 21 years with the company, Dean left Bonnier to start his own marine multimedia creative agency called DTC-Marine Multimedia. In 1999, Dean received the prestigious National Marine Manufacturers Association's Directors Award for being the foremost marine journalist in North America. Dean received an appointment from the Secretary of Homeland Security to serve on the on the National Safe Boating Advisory Council and he also sits on the National Advisory Board of BOAT/US. Dean is also an active, licensed Judge Referee with the US Rowing Association. Growing up, he worked in professional children's theater, summer stock, toured with The Madrigals and acted in local rep companies.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Dean Travis Clarke