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Mark Hoppus Biography
Mark Hoppus is best known as the Rock Singer. Bass player and lead vocalist for pop-punk band Blink-182 along with guitarist Tom Delonge and drummer Travis Barker. He also recorded songs for bands like New Found Glory. He was born on March 15, 1972 in Ridgecrest, CA. Hoppus' Blink-182 and John Rzeznik's Goo Goo Dolls were two of the most influential punk bands of the late 1990s. He wore eyeliner at school and faced immense abuse. He hosted a chat show on the Fuse Network.
|Age||47 years old|
|Birthday & Zodiac|
|Birth Date||March 15, 1972|
|Birth Place||Ridgecrest, CA|
Mark Hoppus Career
- Rock Singer
Mark Hoppus Education
- He graduated from Burroughs High School in 1990.
Bullying in School
- He wore eyeliner at school and faced immense abuse.
Mark Hoppus Real Name
- Mark Allan Hoppus
Mark Hoppus Height, Weight & Body Measurements
Mark Hoppus is 47 years old, he is 6′ 0″ (1.8 m) tall. His body measurements are still not confirmed yet. We will update you as soon as possible. His zodiac sign is Pisces.
|Height & Weight|
|Height (Approx.)||6 Ft 0 In|
|Weight (Approx.)||75 Kg|
Mark Hoppus Achievements
- He hosted a chat show on the Fuse Network.
Mark Hoppus Discography
- Buddha (1993)
- Cheshire Cat (1995)
- Dude Ranch (1997)
- Enema of the State (1999)
- Take Off Your Pants and Jacket (2001)
- Untitled Blink-182 album (2003)
- Neighborhoods (2011)
- Dogs Eating Dogs EP (2012)
- California (2016)
- Nine (2019)
Mark Hoppus With +44
- When Your Heart Stops Beating (2006)
Mark Hoppus With Simple Creatures
- Strange Love EP (2019)
- Everything Opposite EP (2019)
Mark Hoppus Guest appearances
- “My So Called Life” and “That Special Girl” on Look Forward to Failure by The Ataris (1998).
- “I'd Do Anything” on No Pads, No Helmets…Just Balls by Simple Plan (2002).
- “Elevator” on Box Car Racer by Box Car Racer (2002).
- “Hangman” on Commit This to Memory by Motion City Soundtrack (2005).
- “Wrecking Hotel Rooms” on Panic by MxPx (2005).
- “Paper Doll” on “White Heat” by Renee Renee (2006).
- “Thank You & Goodnight” on What Are You So Scared Of? by Tonight Alive (2011).
- “Dementia” on The Midsummer Station by Owl City (2012).
- “Hate Your Guts” on McBusted by McBusted (2014).
- “Tidal Waves” on Future Hearts by All Time Low (2015).
- “Ready and Willing II” on Resurrection: Ascension by New Found Glory (2015).
- “December (again)” on December EP by Neck Deep (2016).
- “Impermanent” on “No Grace” by PAWS (2016).
- “See You Around” on The Knife by Goldfinger (2017).
- “Time Machine” on Living Proof by State Champs (2018).
- “Psycho” on Love Monster by Amy Shark (2018).
- “P.S. I Hope You're Happy” on World War Joy by The Chainsmokers (2019).
- “It's All Fading to Black” on Bad Vibes Forever by XXXTENTACION (2019)
- “The Lighthouse” on Heartwork by The Used (2020)
Mark Hoppus Martial Status
- On December 2, 2000, he married Skye Everly and they had a son named Jack.
Mark Hoppus Family & Relatives
- Hoppus' Blink-182 and John Rzeznik's Goo Goo Dolls were two of the most successful rock bands in the late 1990s.
Mark Hoppus Net Worth
Mark Hoppus is a well-known and popular Singer. The main and primary source of his income comes from Singing. Let’s check how rich Mark Hoppus is in 2020?
|Net Worth (2020)||$1.5 Million|
|Annual Salary||Under Review.|
|Income Source||Primary Income source Singer(profession).|