3-Time Divorcee, Chuck Woolery's Splendid Net Worth, Resides at Kentucky With Wife and Children
- Date of Birth 1941-03-16
- Age 79 Years 0 Month(s)
- Nationality American
- Profession Game Show Host
- Birth Name Charles Herbert Woolery
- Zodiac Sign Pisces
- Ethnicity/Race White
- Father Dan Woolery
- Mother Katherine Woolery
- Sister/s Sue Woolery
- Son/s Sean Woolery, Chad Woolery, Cary Woolery, Michael Woolery
- Daughter/s Melissa Woolery, Katharine Woolery
- Relationship Status Married
- Wife/Spouse Kim Woolery
- Divorce/Split Yes (Thrice)
- Wedding Date 17 July 2006
- Ex-Wife Teri Nelson(m.1985–2004), Jo Ann Pflug(m.1972–1980), Margaret Hays(m.1961–1971)
- Gay No
- Net Worth $15 Million
- Nominees Daytime Emmy(1978)
- Career 1972-present
- High School Paul G Blazer High School
- College Eastern Kentucky University, Morehead State University
- Height/ How Tall? 6 Feet 2 Inches (1.88 Meters)
- Weight N/A
Remember when we talked about four-time divorcee Ahmad Rashad? Well, we found out he was not the only unlucky one when it comes to love and marriage. Chuck Woolery, the legendary game show host, too has a troubling personal life story as similar as Rashad’s story.
Caption: Chuck Woolery with wife Kim Barns at their wedding on July 17, 2006.
Chuck Woolery got married to Michigan native Kim Woolery (nee Barnes) on July 17, 2006, at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas. The wedding was a private celebration attended by just a small group of friends and family.
Chuck Woolery was already 65 years old when he got married to Kim. You must have guessed from the 'old age marriage' that this marriage wasn't Kim's first marriage. Well, it is exactly what you're thinking. When Chuck Woolery got married to Kim, he was getting married for the fourth time.
Chuck Woolery’s Wives prior to Kim:
Chuck Woolery got married for the first time with American actress, television star and journalist Margret Hayes (deceased, 1997) when he was 20 years old in 1961. Chuck has three children from the first marriage, namely an adopted son Cary, a daughter Katherine and another son Chad, who unfortunately died when he crashed into a median while riding a motorcycle in 1986.
To People in 1997, he said, "The more tragic part of it was that the death came recently after Chuck bought him a car after sensing his son's irresponsible bike riding habit."
‘I rode with him on his motorcycle one time and said, "I'll never do this again. You're nuts. If you're not careful, you're going to kill yourself." The day he died I told him to drive his car, not his motorcycle", he added.
He had explained how his son Chad was and how he felt when he died. He also said:
"He liked to sing and play the guitar. He wanted to be an actor. He loved girls and all sports. He loved me and I loved him. When Chad died, I was crushed. Something died with me that could never be replaced.
Eight years ago, Teri, my third wife, wanted to have children. The problem wasn't the vasectomy I had done after Chad and his sisters—Melissa, 21, and Kitty, 31—were born I told Teri I didn't mind trying to get it reversed. But, I said, "if I had another son, I would be so scared something's going to happen to him." I can't tell you what that fear is like. We've since had two sons—Michael, 7, and Sean, 10 months. I have to be careful I don't smother them. I have watch myself to be reasonable about things. I'll have to tell them one day, "Look, I know you want a motorcycle, but you're not going to get one."
(SOurce: People magazine Archive)
Chuck got divorced with Margret after 10 years in 1971.
Chuck’s Second Wife:
Caption: Chuck Woolery with then-wife Jo Ann Pflug attending the Avon Tennis Championship of Los Angeles on March 2, 1981, in Los Angeles, California.
Chuck Woolery got married to American film and television actressJo Ann Pflug, the actress of Big Jack in 1972. The couple shared a daughter Melissa before they got separated in 1980 and later got divorced in 1982. However, the couple divorced in good terms, as Jo Ann said to Pittsburgh Press in 1982. She said,“Chuck and I are both happier being divorced friends than married enemies.”
Chuck’s Third Wife:
Chuck Woolery got married to Teri Nelson, who is also known as the stepdaughter of the famous actor/director David Nelson, in 1985. They have two sons, Michael, and Sean. They got divorced in 2004.
In 2003 with The New York Post, Chuck said that his wife Teri Nelson was not faithful towards him and was having an alleged affair with another man, as told by the personal investigator hired by Chuck. He said, "She said she needed to find herself - that's as far as she took it."
Chuck’s Fourth and Current Wife:
Chuck is a married man right now and has already been together with Kim for 10 years. According to Austin 360, the couple first met on a blind date in 2003. However, the couple doesn’t seem to have any children till now.
Professional Life and Net Worth of Chuck Woolery:
Chuck Woolery was an ambitious guitar player and singer back in his teen days but he later the joined Navy, and when his service was up, he moved to Nashville to pursue his musical career.
In 1968, Woolery came up with a music duo called Avant Garde.
Caption: Chuck Woolery's Avant-Garde (1968)
He later starred as a guest on The Merv Griffin Show. Later, Merv persuaded Woolery to audition for the NBC show. After a year, he was offered to host a brand new show called Wheel of Fortune.
He has also hosted Love Connection, Scrabble, and many other shows. wHis net worth is estimated to be around $15 million dollars.
He is also a gun advocate and is fairly against gun violation.
Chuck Woolery talking about gun violence and saving the second Amendment in June 2013
Chuck Woolery’s Short Bio:
Born on March 16th, 1941, in Ashland, Kentucky, Chuck Woolery currently ages 75 years old. He joined the Morehead State University, where he studied economics and sociology but did not complete his study to follow his musical career.
He has also played many roles in many movies like New Zoo Revue, Sonic Boom, Six Pack and much more.