Who is Terri Carrington?
You have probably heard and seen Rodney Carrington, the famous stand-up comedian and musician who almost never takes his hat off, but what do you know about his now ex-wife Terri? Well, if you want to find out information such as when and where she was born and what she has been up to, then stay with us as we are about to bring you closer to the ex-wife of Rodney Carrington, Terri. Born Terri Shae on the 18th November 1970 in the USA, she is a speech-language pathologist, but came to prominence after her now ex-husband Rodney, became a prominent comedian.
Terri Carrington Bio: Early Life, Parents, and Education
Despite obtaining glory in the past several years, Terri has successfully managed to hide all the important details about her early life. There is no information on where she was born, and the names of her parents also remain hidden. Terri hasn’t also revealed if she has any siblings or not. Hopefully, she changes her mind and starts sharing details about her life before she became famous. We can only tell you that, after finishing high school, Terri enrolled at the University of Central Oklahoma.
Upon graduating Terri found a job at Catpioncall, and later moved to Senior Suites, which is a skilled nursing and long-term care community. However, after a while Terri switched her career path somewhat, and started working as a speech-language pathologist. Unfortunately, no further information is made available about her career.
Terri Carrington Net Worth
Although her career hasn’t been as successful as her husband’s, she has still earned a decent amount of money through her efforts. So, have you ever wondered how rich Terri Carrington is, as of late 2018? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Terri Carrington’s net worth is as high as $1 million. Pretty decent don’t you think?
Terri and Rodney Carrington Love Story, Wedding, Children, Divorce
Terri and Rodney met in the early ‘90s at University, and soon afterwards started a romantic relationship. After a few years of dating, they decided to make a step forward, and the wedding ceremony was held in 1993. The two subsequently welcomed three sons, George, Sam and Zac, but Rodney’s career and success had put a strain on their relationship, and he even left some of his projects unfinished in order to dedicate more time to his family. However, there was no help for Terri’s and Rodney’s marriage, and in 2011, Terri filed for divorce. Rodney spoke of his marriage and divorce process for The London Free Press. Following the divorce, the couple agreed on shared custody over their three children, but further details remain unknown, including the financial settlement. Terri has remained away from public exposure since the divorce, though sometimes she shares her opinions and ideas on social issues on her official Twitter account.
Terri Carrington Ex-Husband, Rodney Carrington
Now that we have shared all there is to know about Terri, let’s now share some information about her ex-husband, Rodney Carrington.
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Born Rodney Scott Carrington on the 19th October 1968 in Longview, Texas USA, he is a comedian, musician and actor, who came to prominence after mixing comedy routines with songs. He hasn’t revealed much of his early life, though he said that he has been interested in music and comedy from an early age. He would take part in several national music talent competitions, and after finishing high school, he enrolled at Kilgore College at Texas. Following his graduation, he launched his career, first by performing in nightclubs in Texas, but then moving to Nashville, feeling that his chances of success will be higher. So far, he has released six studio albums that consist of both songs and comedy routines, including “Hangin’ with Rodney” (1998), which spawned the hit “Letter to My Penis”, then the album “Morning Wood” (2000), and most recently “Here Comes the Truth” in 2017.
In addition to music and comedy, Rodney also starred in the sitcom “Rodney” (2004-2008), loosely based on his life, and in the film “Beer for My Horses” (2008).