Martin Han Clarke was nicknamed "The Philosopher" during his time on The Apprentice. The Atlanta-based attorney was born in Amityville, NY and raised in Long Island. He attended Adelphi University and graduated cum laude with a business degree, concentrating in finance and management, and The George Washington University National Law Center. As a real estate attorney, he also taught real estate and business law, and is a member of the U.S. Supreme Court Bar. He worked the Senior Assistant City Attorney of Atlanta and handles real estate, communications, utilities and commercial transaction contracts.
When he became a contestant on The Apprentice Season 6, he claimed that he should be the next Apprentice because "As an attorney and professor, I have the experience, leadership and technical know-how to run any of Trump's companies and projects." He didn't last long on the series though, as he was fired on the first episode of the show. His poor performance led Donald Trump to choose him as the weakest among the group. Since then, he worked on his book titled "Power, Influence and Profiling" and went on a series of tours where he lectures others about his business know-how.
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