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Sean Lowe Biography | Who Is Sean Lowe? | What Does Sean Lowe Do For A Living?

Sean Lowe is an Insurance broker, and reality television personality best known for his role on the seventeenth season of ABC’s The Bachelor. He earned it by becoming the fan favorite during his time on the eighth season of The Bachelorette with Emily Maynard, where he placed third.

Sean Lowe Age | How Old Is Sean Lowe?

Sean Thomas Lowe was born on November 16, 1983 in Arlington, Texas, U.S (35 years old as of 2018).

Sean Lowe Family | Sean Lowe Sister

Lowe was born to Jay and Sherry Lowe who are both devout Christians. Having an older sister, Shay, Lowe was raised in Irving, Texas. He played football from a very young age and graduated at Lamar High School, and in which he was a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Lowe attended Texas A&M University for one semester prior to transferring to Kansas State University. There, he received a football scholarship and took part in a 2003 Big 12 Championship Game.

Sean Lowe Wife | Sean and Catherine Lowe | Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici

Lowe married Catherine Lowe, a reality television star in 2014.

Sean Lowe Baby

Sean and Giudici announced on December 8, 2015 that they were expecting their first child. The couple welcomed their son, Samuel Thomas on July 2, 2016. In November 2017, Lowe and Catherine announced that they were expecting their second child. They welcomed another son on May 18, 2018.

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Lowe was the third-place finalist on Emily Maynard’s season of The Bachelorette. He then ended up going on two one-on-one dates with Maynard and also one group date. In the ninth episode, Lowe told Maynard that he was falling in love with her. Maynard offered him an overnight date card to spend more time with him, but Lowe did not stay the night as it didn’t line up with Emily’s beliefs and also the example that she wanted to set for her daughter. Sean was eliminated that same episode, despite him being a front runner throughout the competition. Lowe was heart-broken on the limo ride home. After sending Lowe home, Maynard commented that she had just sent home “the perfect guy.”

He was a fan favorite in Emily Maynard’s season of the show. Lowe was chosen to be the Bachelor for the following season.

Sean Lowe Bachelor | Sean Lowe Bachelor Season

During the first episode, it was revealed that Lowe would have a total of 26 women to choose from, instead of the usual 25. Lowe eliminated Desiree Hartsock in the eighth episode. Desiree went on to be cast as the star of the ninth season of The Bachelorette. In the season finale, he proposed to contestant Catherine Giudici.

Sean Lowe Dancing With The Stars

Following The Bachelor, Sean was a contestant on the ABC reality show Dancing with the Stars where his partner was season 14 champion Peta Murgatroyd. He became the 12th and final celebrity be announced for the cast. Sean was eliminated in week 8, placing sixth place overall.

Sean Lowe Book

2015 – For the Right Reasons: America’s Favorite Bachelor on Faith, Love, Marriage, and Why Nice Guys Finish First

Sean Lowe Net Worth

Lowe has an estimated net worth of $500 thousand.

Sean Lowe Height

Lowe stands at a height of 1.91 m.

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Sean and Catherine Lowe From ‘The Bachelor’ Are Foodies to the Core

Published: February 12, 2019


The couple talks about life, love and good eats after ‘The Bachelor.’

When Catherine Giudici saw Sean Lowe on Emily Maynard’s season of “The Bachelorette” via her TV, she was smitten. A year later, the Seattle native landed a spot on “The Bachelor” as a contestant competing for Sean’s heart. For her introduction, producers wanted her to ride in on a unicycle. Instead, she exited the limo, walked up to the man of her dreams and said, “Meet me inside for a dance” — something she now finds embarrassing considering nobody’s dancing in the California mansion

“My first impression of her was, she’s super cute and kind of giggly,” Sean told The Daily Meal during a recent press opportunity as part of an upcoming Subway promotion. “She had this energy about her where I knew I wanted to spend more time with her. I want to hang out with this girl. I don’t know much about her, but I want to hang out with her.”

The Lowes have been happily married for five years now, living in Dallas with their two sons, 2-year-old Samuel and 8-month-old Isaiah. While the baby’s primarily eating pasta (because it fills him up, which makes him sleep longer), Samuel has an appetite for whatever’s on the menu for Mom and Dad. Catherine commandeers the kitchen though, while Sean promises a trade-off of doing the dishes.

“I love to experiment with anything we have in our pantry or in our fridge,” Catherine said. “I’m always trying to think of, like, how to make it into something. So I always have to find a protein, a carb that goes with it and then a vegetable.”

Filipino, Italian and Thai foods made from scratch are just a few of her culinary specialties. Prior to her career as a graphic designer, the now 32-year-old worked in a Thai restaurant and blogged about vegan fare for the The Seattlite.

“Really any food is so exciting to me because the seasoning is so different for every cuisine and it just gets me so excited,” she said. “I love talking about food, I love making food and he [Sean] loves eating food.”

What he doesn’t love is picking up all the sticky rice Samuel spills on the floor, he says with a laugh. Every Saturday morning, the father-son duo have a sweet tradition of walking down the street to Top Pot for apple fritters and chocolate and blueberry cake doughnuts. Coincidentally, the bakery launched in Catherine’s hometown of Seattle before expanding to Dallas.

As far as date night goes, the couple enjoys going out for casual Tex-Mex or a nice dinner at a steakhouse. They both like their meat cooked medium-rare. Anything above that “is a sin,” Sean jokes. Ideally, the meal would end with a warm chocolate chip cookie baked in a skillet with ice cream on top.

When they’re just relaxing at home — watching murder documentaries or the Smithsonian Channel, depending on who has the remote — takeout options typically include pad thai or pizza.

“We’re so embarrassing with pizza,” Catherine says, to which Sean reveals, “We order Dominos a lot. I think Dominos is great. Their pan pizza is awesome.”

So what’s on top? For Catherine, it’s mushrooms and olives. Sean is aware his order is slightly controversial. The 35-year-old says, “A lot of people have a hard stance on pineapples, but I’ll do Hawaiian.”

Apart from risky pizza toppings and the fact that they met and fell in love on TV, the Lowes are refreshingly normal. He calls her Gaya (a nickname given by her family) and Mama, and she calls him Daddy — “in a sweet way, not a creepy way,” she insists, because of their kids. The only complaint Sean has about his wife is that if she tries on 10 shirts, instead of hanging them up, they’ll all go on the floor. Girl problems, right? And Sean’s bad habit is that he… uses too many Q-Tips?

“People tell me it’s bad, but I don’t care. I have to use a Q-Tip on my ears every time I get out of the shower. Every time,” he said. “Because I can kind of feel the water in there if I don’t. People always tell me how terrible Q-Tips are, but I love them.”

“How many people are you getting out of the shower with to tell you that Q-Tips are terrible?” Catherine asked, to which Sean replied, “I’ve had a few tweets about my love for Q-Tips and inevitably, people tell me they’re awful.”

Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici: ‘It’s Really Easy’ to Stay Grounded

Published: February 6, 2019


Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici still can’t believe they met on The Bachelor.

“I think the funny thing is, is a lot of times, Catherine and I have to stop and remind each other that we met on The Bachelor and it just seems so absurd because we’re so normal,” Lowe, 35, told Us Weekly of how they remain grounded. “We don’t do a lot of the Bachelor functions and get-togethers and parties that a lot of those Bachelor alums do. It’s really easy for us because we’re just a regular, married couple with kids.”

And as one of the show’s longest-lasting couples’, the pair insist they don’t feel any sort of pressure. “We’re married and that’s not going to change till we get old and I die, and then she can remarry a younger guy,” the season 17 Bachelor alum joked.

“I think we don’t even think of ourselves as a Bachelor couple in that way, anymore. We’re so normal and we’re just living a wonderful life as parents to new kids,” Giudici, 32, chimed in.

But even after five years of marriage, the pair, who partnered with Nutrisystem, know how to keep their relationship exciting. “Recently, Sean surprised me with a trip to Paris, which was pretty romantic,” she gushed. “I couldn’t have asked for a better gift from Sean.”

Still, like any other couple, Lowe and Giudici have their turn-ons and turn-offs about each other. For Lowe, “I’m very clean and I love the line, ‘Cluttered house, cluttered mind.’ So when Catherine cleans the house, oh I’m turned on, definitely,” he joked, adding: “It’s the same as her wearing lingerie.”

As for Giudici? “I’m a creative,” she explained. “I like to say that, and that is my excuse for being messy. And I have two children!”

Meanwhile, the Nutrisystem ambassadors are loving watching their boys grow up. “[Samuel] is such a sweet little boy,” Giudici gushed. “He helps his brother, he shares his food with him, his toys, he’s always interested in what’s Isaiah’s doing and they just could not be more obsessed with each other. It is so sweet to see.”

But don’t expect them to be watching The Bachelor anytime soon. “Our kids are not old enough for The Bachelor,” the dad joked. “I’m not sure I’m old enough for The Bachelor!”

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