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Thomas Ravenel: How He Lost His Family, Fortune, and Freedom



Who is Thomas Ravenel?

American politician and reality TV star Thomas Jonathan Jackson Ravenel was born in Charleston, South Carolina USA, on 11 August 1962, making Leo his zodiac sign. He’s probably known best for two things: being the son of the late American businessman and Republican politician Arthur Ravenel Jr, and for having starred in the reality show “Southern Charm” from 2014 through 2020. The show was created by Bryan Kestner and Whitney Smith, today stars Shep Rose and Craig Conover, and follows the people living at their centuries-old plantation homes in Charleston; it’s been airing since 2013.

Education and early life

Thomas was raised alongside his five siblings in Charleston, by their father and mother Louise Rodgers; not many details have been shared about Thomas’ siblings and mother, while it’s known that his father served four terms in the US House of Representatives from 1987 through 1995, and that he died aged 95 on 16 January 2023.

Thomas studied at a local high school in Charleston, and was into several activities during his time there, as he enjoyed playing soccer and football with his peers, and also appeared in a couple of school plays. He matriculated in 1981, and then enrolled at the public senior military college The Citadel, from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration in 1985.

He eventually continued his education at the University of South Carolina, graduating with a Master’s degree in business administration in 1991.


Thomas’ career

Upon earning his Master’s degree, Thomas founded his own commercial real estate firm Ravenel Development Corporation.

He ran for the US Senate in 2004, after the late American politician Ernest Frederick ‘Fritz’ Hollings retired from politics; Thomas was third in the Republican primary election, and then endorsed American lobbyist and former politician James Warren DeMint, who won the general election. Around the same time, Thomas was ordered to pay close to $20,000 by the Federal Election Commission because he had failed to file his election forms correctly.

In 2006, he ran for South Carolina Treasurer against Democrat Grady Patterson, who had previously served nine terms; Thomas won and served as a treasurer for six months.

Thomas endorsed Ronald Ernest Paul in the 2012 Republican primaries.

He campaigned for US senate in July 2014, but finished third with 3.9 percent of votes.

Thomas sold his Brookland Plantation in 2021.

Drug charges

Thomas was indicted on federal drug charges in June 2007, after he had been caught buying 500g of cocaine from a man in Charleston.

He was then suspended from his duties as a state treasurer by Governor Mark Sanford, and was temporarily replaced by lawyer Ken Wingate; Thomas then chose to enter a rehabilitation program. He was also volunteering with American politician and lawyer Rudolph William Louis Giuliani at that time, and had to resign after he was indicted.

He officially resigned as a treasurer on 24 July 2007, and Republican Converse A. Chellis III was hired in his place. Thomas completed his rehab program, and in September 2007 pleaded guilty to ‘conspiring to buy and distribute less than 100g of cocaine’; he was sentenced to spend 10 months in a federal prison on 4 March 2008.


Other problems with the law

American real estate agent Ashley Perkins claimed in April 2018 that Thomas had sexually assaulted her mother Debbie Holloway Perkins, after the two had met on Tinder in December 2015. Ashley claimed that Thomas held her mother’s arms back, that he put his fingers in her anus and vagina while ‘stucking his penis in her face’. Ashley was not there during the incident, and claimed that Thomas had Debbie sign a non-disclosure agreement for which Debbie received $200,000 as settlement; Ashley also claimed that she wasn’t affected by the agreement, which is why she was free to openly speak about it.

In May 2018, former nanny of Thomas’ children Dawn Ledwell claimed that Thomas had sexually assaulted her in January 2015, after he had returned from a night out with his friends; Dawn claimed that Thomas had shut the bedroom door with him and Dawn inside, and that he then dropped his pants. Ashley was then in contact with Dawn, and soon became suspicious of her statements; Dawn amended her original statements in February 2019, and then disappeared from media.

Thomas pleaded guilty to third-degree assault on Dawn on 11 September 2019, and had to pay a $500 fine; he also settled their civil lawsuit, and had to donate $80,000 to a charity aiming to help sexual abuse victims.

Love life and relationships

Thomas can rarely be heard speaking about his love life in public, but it’s known that he’s dated two women, and has three children.

In the 2010s, Thomas was in a long-term relationship with TV personality and social media star Kathryn Galhoun Dennis, who starred alongside him in the reality show “Southern Charm”; Thomas and Kathryn have a daughter Kensie and a son Saint Julien together. Kensie’s today eight years old, while Saint Julien’s six.

On 29 June 2020, Thomas’ former girlfriend Heather Mascoe gave birth to their son Jonathan; Thomas has stated that he and Heather are today good friends, and are equally involved in raising their son.

He seems to be unattached as of May 2023, hasn’t married and has two children with his former girlfriend Kathryn Galhoun Dennis, as well as a son with former girlfriend Heather Mascoe.


Interesting facts and hobbies

Thomas is followed by close to 20,000 people on Instagram, but has posted only 12 pictures and videos onto the network; most of these show him spending time with his three children.

He’s a huge lover of animals, with horses and dogs being his favorites.

Thomas is still today physically quite active, as he works out at the gym several times a week.

He’s been to a number of US states, mostly because of his job; some of the European countries in which Thomas has vacationed include France, Italy and England.

He’s a fan of famous actor Ryan Reynolds, and some of his favorite movies include “Immortals”, “Woman in Gold” and “The Captive”.

Height, eyes and wealth

Thomas’s age is 60. He has brown hair and eyes, is 5ft 7ins (1.72m) tall and weighs around 155lbs (70kgs).

Thomas’ net worth’s been estimated at over $6 million, as of May 2023.

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Celebrity Spouses

Untold Truth Of Tulsi Gabbard’s Ex-Husband – Eduardo Tamayo



Who is Tulsi Gabbard’s ex-husband Eduardo Tamayo? Wiki Bio

Eduardo Tamayo was born in Penarroya-Pueblonuevo, Cordoba, Andalucia, Spain, on 2 February 1959 – his zodiac sign is Aquarius and he holds Spanish nationality. Eduardo is a politician, but perhaps best known for being the ex-husband of Tulsi Gabbard, an American politician and a major in Hawaii Army National Guard.

Childhood and education

Eduardo was raised as an only child in Cordoba, by his father who was running a small grocery store, and his mother who was teaching at a local elementary school. Eduardo has an uncle who was working with the yoga guru Chris Butler in the Philippines, and he spent some time there during his childhood.

He grew-up helping his parents around the house and their property, and learned about working with plants and trees at a very early age. Eduardo was physically active while attending a public high school in Cordoba as he was playing soccer and basketball, and upon matriculation in 1977, he enrolled at Complutense University of Madrid graduating with a degree in Law in 1983.

Eduardo’s career

Eduardo launched his career in 1985 when he joined El Partido Socialista Obrero Espanol (PSOE), working closely with the Madrid Socialist Federation. On 4 July 2002, he became a member of the The World Federation of Trade Unions Electoral Committee.


Eduardo gained recognition on 10 June 2003 when he failed to attend the Madrid Assembly together with socialist deputy Maria Teresa Saez, and the two therefore helped stop the socialist Francisco Cabacco become elected president, with Concepcion Dancause winning the elections 55 to 54 votes. The elections became a political scandal, which was given the name Tamayazo while Maria and Eduardo were accused by El Partido Socialista Obrero Espanol of receiving money from the Popular Party to stop Francisco from becoming the president.

After an investigation was conducted, Eduardo was not tied to the Popular Party, and the elections were repeated. Eduardo and Maria went on to create the New Socialism party which failed to win any seats, and marked Eduardo’s retirement from politics.

Love life and marriage with Tulsi

Eduardo and Tulsi had known each other since their elementary school days, and saw each other again after numerous years in 2000, when she was on a volunteering mission in Spain with some of her friends, and they started dating shortly after meeting. In 2002, they married in a small ceremony attended by their closest friends and family, and Eduardo came to Hawaii the following year where they did volunteering work together.


Eduardo and Tulsi seemed very happy together, however, they divorced on 5 June 2006 due to, as Tulsi has stated, ‘the stresses war places on military spouses and families’, and Eduardo has since been staying away from the media’s attention, and it’s not known whether or not he has remarried.

In 2015, Tulsi married Abraham Williams who is a cinematographer and a film editor in a Vedic ceremony. They don’t have any children, and are currently living together in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Hobbies and other interests

Eduardo has been physically active since his childhood days, and has remained sporting to this day as he can still play soccer and occasionally golf with his friends.

He enjoys being outdoors in nature doing whatever he can find rather than sitting in front of the TV doing nothing. He does, however, like to watch movies late at night, and some of his favorite actors and actresses are Javier Bardem, Antonio Banderas and Penelope Cruz, while some of his favorite movies are “Desperado”, “The Mask of Zorro”, and “Once Upon a Time in Mexico”. He is keen on travelling and went around Europe in his 20s and 30s, visiting countries such as England, France, and Switzerland among others, while he has also been to the US mainland on several occasions, visiting states such as New York and California.


Eduardo is a lover of animals and has had several pet dogs, while his favorite animals are horses. Summer is his favorite season, as he enjoys swimming in the sea and is also keen on playing beach soccer in his old age.

Appearance and net worth

Eduardo is 61 years old. He has short black hair and brown eyes, is 5ft 9ins (1.75m) tall, and weighs around 150lbs (68kgs). As of May 2020, his net worth is estimated at over $200,000, while Tulsa’s net worth is reputedly over $500,000 according to Forbes.

Who is Tulsi Gabbard? Wiki Bio

Tulsi Gabbard was born in Leloaloa, American Samoa on 12 April 1981 – her zodiac sign is Aries and she holds American nationality.

She is best known for having been elected in 2012 to serve as a member of Congress, becoming its first Hindu member.

Tulsi spent only the first two years of her life in Leloaloa as she and her four siblings later moved to Hawaii where they were raised by their father Mike Gabbard, and their mother Carol. She was raised in a very spiritual family, as both her father and mother were following a spiritual yoga leader and the teachings of Science of Identity Foundation. She is a Hindu as well as her siblings, and was home-schooled but attended an informal school in the Philippines for two years.


She enrolled at the Hawaii Pacific University, from which she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration in 2009.

She first gained recognition in 1998 when she fought against the passing of the law which would allow same sex marriage in Hawaii. Since Tulsi became involved in politics, she has worked with many charity and non-profit organizations, such as Stand Up For America (SUFA) which was founded by her father, and which helped the victims of 9/11 attacks.

She became a martial arts instructor in the same year, and in 2002 became the youngest person to join the 42nd House District of Hawaii House of Representatives. She won the general elections against Republican Alfonso Jimenez by 65 to 35 percent of votes.

As her interests changed, Tulsi decided to join the Hawaii Army National Guard and did not stand again for election. From July 2004 to the summer of 2005, she was serving in Iraq as a 29th Infantry Brigade Combat Team’s specialist.

Upon returning from Iraq, she enrolled into the Alabama Military Academy, graduating in March 2007 becoming an Army Military Police officer, and was sent to Kuwait in 2008 where she stayed for a year. She was promoted to Major on 12 October 2015.

In 2011, Tulsi joined the Honolulu City Council when she beat Sesnita Moepono with 58 to 42 percent of votes, and on 6 November 2012 she joined the Congress by beating Republican Kawika Crowley by 80.6 to 19.4 percent of votes, and was re-elected on 8 November 2014 as well as on 8 November 2016 and in 2018. She decided to stand for president in the 2020 election, but dropped out of the race on 19 March 2020, and started supporting Joe Biden.

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Christopher Mitchum’s Net Worth, Education. Died or still alive?



Christopher Mitchum is an American actor, writer and politician, born on 16 October 1943, in Los Angeles, California USA. He’s probably best known for his roles in movies such as “Chisum”, “Big Jake” and “Rio Lobo”.

Early Life

Christopher Mitchum is the second son of Dorothy and iconic actor Robert Mitchum. He matriculated from Webb School in California, then started studying in the University of Pennsylvania, transferring to Trinity College in Dublin for his second year abroad, and then graduated from the University of Arizona as a Bachelor in Literature in 1966. When asked about his childhood, he said it was his father who disciplined him: ‘My father was the one who took care of that. With Mom it was, “Wait ’til your father gets home”.’

During his teens, Mitchum’s family moved from California to Maryland, where he was gifted a horse named Cap Gun by his parents. He began competing in the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA), winning various championships. Christopher has two siblings: His older brother is actor James “Jim” Mitchum and his younger sister is writer Trina Mitchum.


First Jobs

By the end of his studies at University of Arizona, Christopher was already married and had two children. Looking for ways to sustain his family, he began working as an extra in films and television, finding his first job at the film studio “Old Tucson”, being paid approximately $13.80 daily.


On set he met the director of “Dundee and the Culhane”, Sam Maners, who offered him a role in the series if Mitchum moved to Los Angeles.

So Mitchum moved to California along his family, contacting Maners once again: ‘I was hired for a part on the show, one day’s work, $150. I was very excited, until I read the script. I died before the opening credits, off screen! I played a dead man. Well, it turned into two day’s work. $300 was a lot of money in 1967.’

Mitchum then worked in “Danny Thomas Hour”, acting in a minor role with Bo Hopkins. After that, he found other jobs in Hollywood as an errand boy and then as a production assistant, working his way to become Associate Producer.

He didn’t have another acting job for two years, until he was offered an unaccredited role in “Young Billy Young”.

Mitchum’s motivation to become an actor was for economic reasons: ‘Acting paid more’. (…) ‘It wasn’t my choice (to become actor), at least at the start. I was never encouraged. In fact, it wasn’t until 1973 that my father even acknowledged that I was an actor.’

Debut as Actor and Foreign Movies

In 1970 Mitchum was offered the role of Tom O’Folliard in “Chisum” starring iconic actors John Wayne and Forrest Tucker. While working with “The Duke” Mitchum was introduced to director Howard Hawks, who gave him the role of Rick in the film “Bigfoot”.


Christopher recalled in an interview how big Hawks’ influence was over him: ‘I will say that it wasn’t until I worked with Hawks that I appreciated the profession, and began to love my work.’ Also in 1970, Mitchum appeared as Alturi in “Suppose They Gave a War and Nobody Came”, before landing a main role in another Hawk movie, “Rio Lobo” in 1971, which was the last film of the director and the second time Mitchum worked with John Wayne. The same year he appeared in The Duke’s movie “Big Jake”. As part of the movie’s promotion tour, Mitchum appeared in Johnny Carson’s show, and was interviewed by various famous magazines.

In 1972 he was offered a role in the Spanish movie “Summertime Killer”, which became popular in various European countries as well in Asia.

However, after Mitchum’s return to his home-country he realized his career had abruptly taken a downturn: ‘suddenly, I couldn’t get a job in Hollywood and even my agent didn’t know why’.

He didn’t receive job interviews for films in almost a year, finally discovering the reason for the dry-spell in his career when he tried to audition for “Steelyard Blues”: ‘The casting director took one look at me and said “Oh, you’re THAT Chris Mitchum, I can’t hire you”.’

The reason Mitchum was being black-listed in Hollywood was his involvement with John Wayne. At the time, Wayne was regarded as a supporter of the Vietnam War, and he along with people who worked with him, were the subjects of a backlash by various parts of Hollywood and anti-war groups.


After this rejection, Mitchum went back to work in Europe and Asia, finding many job opportunities but in B-class movies, including “Master Samurai” in Hong Kong, “Ricco” in Italy, and “Faceless” in Spain. He starred or had major roles in most of the foreign movies he worked in.

Return to America

Despite his fame in foreign film markets, Mitchum actually returned to America years later to appear in various movies such as “Stingray” of 1978, “The One Man Jury” and “The Day Time Ended”. He also appeared in the acclaimed 1993 movie “Tombstone”, starring Kurt Russell and Val Kilmer. Mitchum spend the rest of his career filming movies in the US, Europe and Asia.

Career as Writer

Although Mitchum’s main career has been as an actor, his biggest passion is writing. In 1992 he was credited as screenwriter for the movie “Angel of Fury”, and is author of the book “Victoria Falls”.


Christopher belongs to the Republican Party, running his first candidacy in 1998 for the California State Assembly, which he lost to his Democrat opponent Hannah-Beth Jackson. In 2012 he was a candidate for the US House of Representatives, but he was positioned as third in the election. Two years later in 2014, he ran his candidacy once again for the same seat in the Congress, coming in second to Lois Capps.


Romantic Relationships


On 18 September 1964 Christopher married his longtime girlfriend Cynthia Davis, who is also an actress and appeared in the 1969 movie “Changes”. The couple’s marriage, which ended in 1996, resulted in four children: Caroline “Carrie”, Christopher Robert “Bentley”, Jennifer “Jenny” and Kian.

New Relationship

In 2000 Christopher met Doreen Corkin in Santa Barbara County through a common friend. The two started dating and spend their time between Massachusetts and California. In 2019 Mitchum declared that the two were engaged, though the wedding date hadn’t been set at the time.


Christopher’s children – except for Jenny – became actors. His grandchildren –Cappy and Grace Van Dien- have also made themselves a name in Hollywood.

Christopher’s uncle John Mitchum was also an actor who appeared in movies such as “Dirty Harry” and “The Enforcer”. However, Christopher’s most famous relative was his father Robert Mitchum.

Famous Father

Born on 6 August 1917 in Connecticut, Robert Mitchum was born the first of three sons of Ann Harriet and James Thomas Mitchum. He faced some difficulties growing up, as his father died when he was two years old in a work-related accident. Moving with his family to New York at an early age, he was undisciplined and used to adventure alone, which resulted in him being charged for vagrancy at 14 years old. Robert began working on movies in 1943, when he briefly appeared in “The Human Comedy”. He kept landing various minor roles in movies, until he was cast in “When Strangers Marry”, his first starring role.

However, Robert’s rise to fame came when he acted as Lt. Walker in “The Story of G.I. Joe”, winning him a nomination for The Academy Awards. He continued appearing in dozens of movies such as “Out of the Past”, “The Night of the Hunter”, and “Cape Fear”. Not only was he famous for his acting skills and ability, his “bad boy” demeanor was one of his attractive traits as well. His career as actor is often regarded as underrated, because despite his legendary-star status in Hollywood, he never won an Oscar.

Due to Robert’s astronomic fame, things weren’t easy for Christopher: ‘Growing up as ‘Robert Mitchum’s son’ was a pain in the ass. In grade school, older kids would beat me up. As a young man, I never knew if someone liked me just because I was my father’s son.’

Beside Christopher’s personal problems for being a Hollywood star’s son, he also faced some challenges for this in his career: ‘I had to be ten times better than anyone else tested, so that if the film bombed, whoever cast me could not be accused of putting me in because they knew my father.’ (…) ‘However, today, despite my own career of over 30 years and my father being dead for over ten years, I’m still referred to as “Robert Mitchum’s son.” I have always been treated as my own person on the set.’

Net Worth

Christopher Mitchum has an estimated net worth of $10 million, a result of his long career as an actor and writer.


Christopher Mitchum is a man of white ethnicity, frequently regarded as his father’s “look-alike”, with a clearly defined jaw-line, blue eyes and handsome countenance. During his youth he had blond hair, which he stylized middle length.

Nowadays he has a mature appearance, characterized by his white hair. He is 6ft 1ins (1,85 m) tall, though his weight is unknown.

Interesting Facts

Christopher recalls the only career advice his father gave him: ‘”Don’t ever get caught acting”.’ Which in other words, don’t act the part, just be the character.’ Reportedly, Robert Mitchum had many extra-marital affairs during his marriage to Christopher’s mother, Dorothy. However, the marriage lasted almost 60 years until 1997, when Robert died of cancer.

Christopher’s immense fame in Asia caused one of his father’s favorite experiences, which happened in Japan after filming the movie “The Yakuza” in 1974: ‘During that trip, a girl came up to him and asked “Are you Chris Mitchum’s father? Can you get me his autograph?” He loved telling that story’.

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Celebrity Children

Where is Jimmy Carter’s daughter today? – Amy Carter’s Bio




Often times, children of important people don’t understand the value they hold until later in life, all the while having to learn to take responsibilities at a very young age. This is what the childhood of the daughter of the 39th President of the United States, Jimmy Carter, was. How did Amy Carter handle living in the White House? What were her later endeavors?

Early Years

Amy Lynn Carter was born on 19 October 1967, in Plains, Georgia USA, the youngest of four children and the only daughter of James “Jimmy” Earl Jr. Carter and Rosalynn Carter. She grew up in Plains until her father became Governor of Georgia in 1970, when the family moved into the Georgia Governor’s House.

Several years later in 1976, Jimmy Carter was elected 39th President of the United States, thus his family changed location once again, and inhabited the White House.

Life as a President’s Daughter

During her years in Washington, Carter went to public schools that were majority black; first it was the Stevens Elementary School, and then she attended Rose Hardy Middle School. Her nanny was Mary Prince, a black woman who had her share of the spotlight when she was convicted of murder – the accusations proved to be false and Prince was pardoned. She remained Carter’s nanny from 1971 until 1981, when her father’s presidency ended. All of this shaped Amy into an avid supporter of the fight for rights of black people, not only in America but worldwide.


Carter’s presence at the White House was headlined in numerous media, as young kids weren’t resident in the White House since the presidency of John F. Kennedy in 1960s. She kept a Siamese cat called Misty Malarky Ying Yang, which was the last pet of that kind in the White House for over a decade. Carter also owned an elephant that was gifted to her by an immigrant from Sri Lanka – however, it was given to the Washington National Zoo. Carter would often cheer everyone up by organizing parties in her treehouse that was located on the South Lawn, however, those events were always monitored by Secret Service agents. Another of her childhood endeavors was roller skating in the East Room. She was also often expected to give comments to the media, which made her life rather public.

One time she was even involved in a scandal when she was sighted reading a book at a state dinner, which was deemed rude and offensive by many foreign guests. After they left the White House, the family moved to Atlanta, and Carter spent her last year of high school in College Park, Georgia, at Woodward Academy. She enrolled at Brown University, but she didn’t have much luck there, as in 1987 she was academically dismissed for, as sources claim, failing to stay on track with her course duties and projects. Several years later, she graduated from the Memphis College of Art and with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree. In 1996 she received her master’s degree from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana, in the field of Art History.


After her teen years, Carter became a well-known face in the field of political activism.


She was a regular attendant at most protests that advocated for a change in US policy towards Central America and South African apartheid during the late 1980s and early 1990s. She was even arrested in 1986, together with civil rights leader Abbie Hoffman and 13 other activists during a demonstration that was held at the University of Massachusetts, but was released of all charges thanks to the famous attorney Leonard Weinglass. The demonstrations were focused against the recruitment of people for the CIA in colleges, and her defense was based on claims that the CIA itself had involvement in illegal activities, thus the enlistment on campus was deemed trespassing.

It was speculated that this event was what got her dismissed from Brown University at the time, despite the institution’s official statement. She became a member of the counselor board of the “Carter Center”, a non-profit organization founded by her father in 1982 after he lost the 1980 presidential election. The goal of the organization is to advocate human rights and diplomacy. She was also portrayed in Jimmy Carter’s book for children that was published in 1996, “The Little Baby Snoogie-Fleejer”, that Carter also illustrated.


While she was studying at Tulane University, Carter met her husband to be, James Gregory Wentzel. Wentzel is the son of a Mobil Oil Company executive, Jim Wentzel, and his wife Judy.


After graduating university he became a career computer consultant. The couple married in 1996 at the Pond House, where Carter had lived with her grandmother, Lillian, years before, while Jimmy Carter was dealing with his 1976 presidential campaign. She walked down a path that was covered with pine straw, and tied the knot beneath wild vines while wearing a street-length, hand-embroidered dress in the style of the 1920s. She caused a lot of controversy on that very day when she refused to be given away during the ceremony, claiming that she belonged to no one. She even chose to keep her family name instead of taking Wentzel’s. Her father, former president, was amongst the 140 guests and family members present at the wedding.

The couple lived in New Orleans, where they welcomed their only child, Hugo James Wentzel, in 1999, however a few years after that their marriage started to break apart, and soon they filed for a divorce.

Personal Life

Carter is living away from the spotlight, and can rarely be seen in public photos or media. The sources from the media state that she remarried and welcomed her second child, but as of March 2020 there is no information about her child or the identity of her second husband. She doesn’t have any social media profiles, and little to nothing is known about her everyday life. She also refuses to grant interviews. She currently lives in Atlanta, together with her family. Her eldest brother, John William “Jack” Carter was a candidate for the first major office, as well as the Democratic nominee for the US senate in 2006, but lost against a Republican senator.


James Earl “Chip” Carter was a Democratic National Committee participant, while his son unearthed the infamous “47%” video that was aimed against Mitt Romney. The youngest brother, Donnel Jeffrey “Jeff” Carter is a consultant, and one of the co-founders of the company called Computer Mapping Consultants.

Despite many similarities in their biography, Carter is not to be confused with another Amy Carter from political society – former Democratic-turned-Republican, a member of the Georgia House of Representatives and the executive director at the Technical College System of Georgia.

Net worth

Thanks partly to her father’s career in politics, as well as her own endeavors, Carter has earned quite a fortune. Despite her not revealing her earnings, her net worth is estimated by sources at around $7 million.

Physical characteristics

Carter is 5ft 7ins (1.70 m) tall and weighs around 137 pounds (62 kg). Her hair is blonde and her eyes are greenish-blue color.

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