Mark Fuhrman was previously married to Caroline Lody and they have two children together. He was also in a marital relationship with his former wives, Janet Ellen Sosbee and Barbara L. Koop. As for wealth, Mark Fuhrman’s net worth is estimated at $3 million.
He caught the eye of the public since his investigation in the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman in the O. J. Simpson murder case.
Mark Fuhrman is an American former detective of the Los Angeles Police Department. Mark, birth name Mark James Fuhrman was born on February 6, 1952, in Eatonville, Washington, USA. He is a producer and writer, known for Murder in Brentwood, Murder in Greenwich and O.J.: Made in America.
As stated before, Mark Fuhrman’s ex-wife is Caroline Lody and the pair tied their nods in the early 1980s. The ex-pair have two children together, a daughter named Haley Fuhrman and a son Cole Fuhrman. The former couple has been separated since 2000. Before Caroline, Mark was married to Janet Ellen Sosbee from 1977 to 1980 and before that to Barbara L. Koop from 1973 to 1977.
Mark’s third wife is Caroline Lody and they have two children together. Image source: Fox News.
At the age of 18, Fuhrman joined the Marines. And when he was in the Vietnam War as a machine gunner, he got married. Mark’s first was Barbara Coop who was a dental assistant. After leaving the Marines in 1975, he entered the Los Angeles Police Academy and graduated in the second position. Two years later he and Barbara divorced, and he married Janet Sosbee, one of his teachers.
In 1978, after Mark’s good friend Richard Steed died he went into a depression. Visiting psychiatrist Ronald Koegler for comfort and support, he could no longer fulfill his duty as a husband so, he and his 2nd wife Janet Hackett got divorced in 1980. Several years later Mark finally got settled with Caroline and has two children with her.
Mark and his wife Caroline Lody got divorced in 2000. Image source POOL/AFP/Getty Images.
After five years of his retirement, Mark again got divorced in 2000. After the shared custody of his children with his wife he now lives in Washington.
Mark Fuhrman’s net worth is estimated to be $3 million. And currently, he is working as a forensic and crime scene expert for Fox News. Besides his career as a detective, he has also hosted radio shows on KGA-AM in Spokane. Moreover, he has not yet revealed his current salary. But, he must live quite a comfortable life with his fortune.
Additionally, after his retirement in early 1995, he wrote a book about the Simpson case titled Murder in Brentwood. In addition, his other books are ‘Murder in Greenwich’, ‘Silent Witness: The Untold Story of Terri Schiavo’s Death’, and ‘A Simple Act of Murder: November 22, 1963’.
Mark Fuhrman’s book: Murder in Greenwich. Image source: IMDb/ Amazon.
We can assume that Mark must have gathered a considerable sum of money from the sales of his books as well. Prices of some of his books are mentioned below;
|Murder in Brentwood||$10.96||$11.54|
|A Simple Act of Murder||$1.47||$12.99|
|Murder In Spokane: Catching a Serial Killer||$37.20||$11.98 - $18.25|
Moreover, he started his career serving in Marines in 1970 and then served in the Vietnam War as a machine gunner. Later on, Mark entered the Los Angeles Police Academy and graduated in 1975. Additionally, he was promoted to detective in 1989. He was a police officer for 20 years and has earned over 55 commendations before retiring in 1995. He ended his police career after investigating the O.J. Simpson murder trial.